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Sucrose C12H22O11 , or beet sugar, cane sugar, in everyday life it's just sugar - disaccharide from the group of oligosaccharides, consisting of two monosaccharides - α-glucose and β-fructose. Sucrose is a naturally occurring disaccharide and is found in many fruits, fruits and berries.
The sucrose content is especially high in sugar beets and sugar cane, which are used for industrial production of edible sugar. Colorless monoclinic crystals. When molten sucrose solidifies, an amorphous transparent mass is formed - caramel.