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Sucrose (cane sugar) crystallized from aqueous solution x30 : Stock Photo
Sucrose is a disaccaride non-reducing sugar used in sweetening. It is obtained from the juice of sugar cane and from sugar beet. It is formed by a condensation reaction between fructose and glucose.

Sucrose (cane sugar) crystallized from aqueous solution x30

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Sucrose is a disaccaride non-reducing sugar used in sweetening. It is obtained from the juice of sugar cane and from sugar beet. It is formed by a condensation reaction between fructose and glucose.
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