sugars

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Sugars

In chemistry, the sugars are a group of carbohydrates, soluble in water and having a sweet taste. The group includes glucose, lactose and saccharose.
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Sugars

Sugars are a group of carbohydrates, soluble in water and having a sweet taste. The group includes glucose, lactose and saccharose. Sugars are classified as monosaccharides, disaccharides, or trisaccharides. See also: Carbohydrate.
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sugars

Those carbohydrates (saccharides) having the general composition (CH2O)n and simple derivatives thereof. Although the simple monomeric sugars (glycoses) are often written as polyhydroxy aldehydes or ketones, e.g., HOCH2-(CHOH)4-CHO for aldohexoses (e.g., glucose) or HOCH2-(CHOH)3-CO-CH2OH for 2-ketoses (e.g., fructose), cyclization can give rise to...
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sugars

Type: Term Pronunciation: shu′gărz Definitions: 1. Those carbohydrates (saccharides) having the general composition (CH2O)n, and simple derivatives thereof. Although the simple monomeric sugars (glycoses) are often written as polyhydroxy aldehydes or ketones, HOCH2-(CHOH)
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