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Synthesis of sucrose, maltose andlactose

6 years ago

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Aarti Gupta
askIITians Faculty
300 Points
							Sucrose is the sugar often found in the grocery
store and is produced by plants. It is a sugar derived from furanose and
glucose.Sucrose is a nonreducing sugar because the O-glycosidic
linkage was formed between the anomeric carbons of its monosaccharide
components (a-glucose and fructose).

File:Saccharose.svg

Lactose, found in milk, is formed by connecting ß-D-galactose and a-D-glucose with a ß-1,4 O-glycosidic bond.

File:Lactose.svg

Maltose is created by condensation reaction of the two glucoses, forming a a-1,4-O-glycosidic linkage. It is the second member of an important biochemical series of glucose chains.


File:Maltose Haworth.svg

Thanks & Regards

Aarti Gupta

askiitians Faculty

6 years ago
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