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This further inhibits binding to other carbohydrate units Reducing sugars in which a glycosidic bond connects the reducing group of one monosaccharide unit to the non-reducing alcoholic hydroxyl of the second monosaccharide
unit (e.g. lactose and maltose). Reducing sugar is any sugar that forms in the stock solution aldehyde or ketone which allows it to act as a reducing agent and therefore includes all monosaccharides.

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Most naturally the occurring monosaccharides belong to the D-series, i.e. their carbon has the highest number
of similar optical configurations to D-glyceraldehyde. Oligosaccharides contain 2–10 sugar units and are water-soluble.

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The most important types of oligosaccharides found in foods are disaccharides that form condensation (ie water is eliminated) of two monosaccharide units to form a glycosidic bond. A glycosidic bond is a bond between the hemiacetal group of a saccharide and the hydroxyl group of another compound, which may or may not itself be a carbohydrate.

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Disaccharides can be homogeneous or heterogeneous and fall into two types: Non-reducing sugars in which the monosaccharide units are linked by a glycosidic bond formed between their reducing groups (eg sucrose and trehalose).

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