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10. If the most common monosaccharides have the formula C6H12O6, why do the resulting disaccharides have the formula C12H22O11, rather than C12H24O12?...

10. If the most common monosaccharides have the formula C6H12O6, why do the resulting disaccharides have the formula C12H22O11, rather than C12H24O12?

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