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Glycosidic Linkage for Monosaccharides

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Two monosaccharides each with formula C6H12O6 the resulting disaccharide will have what formula?

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i) Monomer(s).
ii) Functional groups.
iii) Linkage type.
iv) Primary function.
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b) Proteins
c) Lipids
d) Nucleic acids

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