Two alpha glucose bond to make a maltose. Is there any chance an alpha glucose can bond with a beta glucose? Also what would it be called ?



In which case there can be an alpha bond from C1 of the first alpha glucose. While the other is a beta glucose

That’s all. Thanks for any answers.

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It makes cellobiose..

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It would be α,ß-trehalose, but form what I found, it is a synthetic compound and not found in nature, only α,α-trehalose is natural.