Sections
Carbohydrates
Monosaccharides
Stereochemistry of Monosaccharides
Monosaccharide Configurations
Cyclic Monosaccharides
Hemiacetal vs. Hemiketal
Anomer
Mutarotation
Pyranose Conformations
Common Monosaccharides
Derivatives of Monosaccharides
Reducing Sugars
Reducing Sugars Tests
Glycosidic Bond
Disaccharides
Glycoconjugates
Polysaccharide
Cellulose
Chitin
Peptidoglycan
Starch
Glycogen
Lectins

Concept #1: Glycosidic Bond

Practice: The molecular formula of glucose is C6H12O6. What is the molecular formula for an oligosaccharide made by linking 10 glucose molecules together by dehydration synthesis? (Hint: Consider how many glycosidic bonds form).

Concept #2: O-Glycosidic Bonds & N-Glycosidic Bonds

Concept #3: Naming Glycosidic Bonds

Example #1: Name the following glycosidic bonds:

Practice: What is the name for the glycosidic linkage in the following glycoside?

Practice: Determine the name of the glycosidic bond of the following disaccharide.

Practice: Which two molecules below do NOT contain a 1,4 glycosidic linkage?

Practice: Label & name every glycosidic bond in the branched oligosaccharide below:

Practice: Raffinose is the most abundant trisaccharide in nature. Answer the questions based on its provided structure:

A) Is Raffinose a reducing or a non-reducing sugar? ______________________.

B) Identify the 3 monosaccharides that compose raffinose:
1) ______________________. 

2) ______________________. 

3) ______________________.

C) Name the TWO glycosidic linkages that connect the sugars in raffinose:
1) ______________________. 

2) ______________________.