Disaccharides

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 A disaccharide is a [[carbohydrate]] formed by the joining of two [[monosacharrides]] in a [[Condensation reaction.]]  
  
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The combinations of common disaccharides are:
  
The combinations of common disaccharides are:
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| Maltose
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| [[Maltose]]
| Glucose + Glucose
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| [[Glucose]] + [[Glucose]]
 
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| Lactose
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| [[Lactose]]
| Glucose + Galactose
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| [[Glucose]] + [[Galactose]]
 
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| Sucrose
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| [[Sucrose]]
| Glucose + Fructose
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| [[Glucose ]]+ [[Fructose]]
 
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 A disaccharide is a carbohydrate formed by the joining of two monosacharrides in a Condensation reaction.


The combinations of common disaccharides are:


Maltose Glucose + Glucose
Lactose Glucose + Galactose
Sucrose Glucose + Fructose
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