The chemical formula for maltose is C12H22O11
The chemical formula for maltose is C12H22O11.
The chemical formula of maltose is C12H22O11.
C12H22O11 This is the chemical formula for the disaccharides sucrose, lactose, and maltose.
Do you mean chemical formula? C12H22O11.
Maltose or malt sugar, is a disaccharide formed from two units of glucoseThe molecular formula is:C12H22O11
Yes. Maltose is a monosaccharide. Its chemical formula is C6H12O6, just like Glucose.
Maltose is a disaccharide composed of two glucose monosaccharides. One glucose is C6H12O6, so maltose is C12H22O11.
starch + water >>(goes to)>> maltose
maltose and sucrose, both have the same molecular formula, C12H22O11. maltose is formed from two glucose units sucrose is formed from one glucose and one fructose units
The chemical formula for maltose is C12H22O11, so there are a total of 12 carbon atoms in a molecule of maltose. A molecule of maltose has 11 oxygen atoms, not 12.