are two sugars linked together - sucrose composed of fructose and glucose or lactose composed of glucose and galactose.
Sugars containing two simple sugar molecules attached by a bond, examples are fructose and lactose.
Sugars made up of two monosaccharides held together by a covalent bond; e.g., sucrose and lactose. 2. Type of sugar (saccharide) composed of two sugar molecules bonded together with an ester ( covalent) bond examples include sucrose, maltose, and lactose. PICTURE
sugars that are composed of double molecules
Disaccharides are compounds in which two monosaccharides are joined by a glycosidic bond. For example, sucrose comprises one glucose molecule and one fructose molecule bonded together.
any one of a class of sugars that yield two monosaccharides on hydrolysis; sucrose is the most common.
any of a class of sugars composed of two linked monosaccharides; most commonly used Sucrose and Lactose.