The general chemical formula for disaccharides is Cn(H2O)m. As a disaccharide, sucrose is composed of the monosaccharides glucose and fructose in the molecular formula C11H22O11. Other common disaccharides include lactos... More »

There are many examples of disaccharides. Disaccharides are carbohydrates that form by the combination of two monosaccharides, according to Reference.com. Some examples include sucrose, lactose, maltose and cellobiose wh... More »

Disaccharides are made up of two, simple, sugar molecules, or monosaccharides, which result from a condensation reaction and the loss of a molecule of water. Disaccharides are the most basic form of polysaccharides, and ... More »

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There are many examples of disaccharides. Disaccharides are carbohydrates that form by the combination of two monosaccharides, according to Reference.com. Some examples include sucrose, lactose, maltose and cellobiose wh... More »

The molar mass of citric acid, whose chemical formula is written as C6H8O7, is 192.12 grams per mole. The molar mass is calculated from the atomic weight of each atom comprising a single molecule of citric acid. More »

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Often misused or misunderstood, most basically a phosphate is a polyatomic ion with the molecular formula O4P-3; what this means in terms of chemical composition is that a central phosphorus atom is surrounded by 4 oxyge... More »

To convert moles of a chemical substance to formula units, first convert moles into grams by using the molar masses of the elements that form the chemical compound. Every element in a chemical substance has its own molar... More »