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Q: Which two monosaccharides join to form table sugar?
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What are monosaccharides and disaccharides and polysacharides?

Monosaccharides are the smallest kinds of sugar, also called a simple sugar (e.g. glucose). When two simple sugar molecules join together they form a complex sugar called disaccharides (e.g. sucrose or maltose). If many simple sugars join together, a large molecule is formed called a polysaccharide (e.g. starch or glycogen).


What two monosaccharides join to form the disaccharide lactose?

Glucose+Galactose


What kind of reaction will join two monosaccharides to form a disaccharide and join disaccharides to form polysaccharides?

Dehydration Synthesis Reaction.


What is name when we have two monosaccharides?

A disaccharide results when two monosaccharides join together.


What two monosaccharides join to make maltose?

Two molecules of glucose, which are monosaccharide's, join to form the disaccharide maltose. They are linked by an alpha 1,4-glycosidic bond.


What ends of sugars are removed when sugar molecules join to form either disaccharides or polysaccharides and what do they form?

The ends of sugar removed when sugar molecules join to form disaccharides or polysaccharides are the -H and -OH sides. These ends then form H20 when combined.


What is the Monosaccharides join to become a polysaccharide through a chemical reaction?

Monosaccharides join to become a polysaccharide through a chemical reaction called dehydration synthesis.


Describe the process by which two monosaccharides join together?

condensation


What two monosaccharides join to make sucrose?

glucose and fructose


How many molecules of water are released when 2 monosaccharides join?

2 monosaccharides joining releases 1 water molecule.


What is the name of the molecule formed when two monosaccharides join together?

Disaccharide


What is the reaction that joins monosaccharides?

A Condensation Reaction would Join two (or more) Monosaccharides together!But to break Monosaccharides (which were already joined together) a Hydrolysis Reaction must take place.

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