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Why are polysaccharides insoluble?
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Why are polysaccharides insoluble?
Polysaccharides tend to be long molecules consisting of many simple monosaccharides (monomers). Two monosaccharides may undergo a condensation reaction in which two free hydroxyl groups react to form a glycosidic bond (-O-) and a molecule of water is eliminated. As such, polysaccharides tend to be large and non-polar and therefore do not dissolve in polar solvents such as water.
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