Hydrolysis of sucrose gives :
Question:

Hydrolysis of sucrose gives :

  1. $\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(-)-$ Glucose and $\beta-\mathrm{D}-(-)-$ Fructose

  2. $\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(+)$-Glucose and $\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(-)$-Fructose

  3. $\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(-)-$ Glucose and $\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(+)-$ Fructose

  4. $\alpha-D-(+)-$ Glucose and $\beta-D-(-)$-Fructose


Correct Option: , 4

Solution:

Sucrose is formed by $\alpha-\mathrm{D}(+)$. Glucose $+\beta-\mathrm{D}(-)$

Fructose.

we obtain these monomers on hydrolysis.

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