Sucrose: A disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose; a nonreducing sugar, commonly called table sugar or "sugar".
Lactose: A disaccharide consisting of glucose and galactose found in milk and milk products.
Anomers of Glucose
Anomers (of Glucose): an anomer is a special type of epimer. It is one of two stereoisomers of a cyclic saccharide that differs only in its configuration at the hemiacetal or hemiketal carbon, also called the anomeric carbon.
Anomerization is the process of conversion of one anomer to the other. Anomerization is the anomeric analogue of epimerization.
Maltose: A disacchasride consisting of two glucose units; it is obtained from the hydrolysis of starch and in germinating grains.