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disaccharides

So-called multiple sugar (from the group of oligosaccharides), which consists of two different monosaccharides (Simple sugars) are constructed. These include, for example, cane sugar and beet sugar (both also called sucrose), as well as malt sugar and lactose. By hydrolysis The saccharides can be split back into their monosaccharides, as for example in the fermentation from the must with the sucrose he follows. See also below reducing sugar and sugar,

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