A food scientist is using a standard solution of fructose to analyze the monosaccharide composition of an unknown extract. He used 17 g of fructose and 126 g of water to make the solution. The density of the solution is 1.0476 g/cc and the molecular weight of fructose is 180.16 g/mol. He needs to know the concentration of fructose in the solution to make the calculations. Determine the concentration in w/w, w/v, and molarity of the solution. Using a graph made in ExcelTM express how the density of the solution would change as function of amount of fructose in solution (i.e. if the amount of fructose is increased in solution in increments of 10 g, up to 57 g). Hint: Assume that the volume of the solution would not change with the increase in density. cc is the volume unit, which is equal to cm3 . Either copy the graph by hand or paste a copy of the graph into the solution sheet