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Cane sugar hydrolysis to form
A. Glucose+ Fructose
B. Glucose+ Glucose
C. Glucose+ Gluctose
D. Glucose Maltose

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Hint: The molecules joined together by glycosidic linkage and one molecule of the Glucose and 1 molecule of the fructose present in the case of Sugar that is sucrose. On the acidic medium 1 molecule of glucose and 1 molecule of fructose released during the glycosidic link break.

Complete answer:
Carbohydrates are the most useful organic constituents present in the plants and a major source of chemical energy for the living organisms such as starch and sugar. It also provides the support of the plant tissues in the form of cellulose. Glucose is also called dextrose and hexose and are the principle building blocks of all other carbohydrates. And laevulose is the name of the fructose and also the isomers of Glucose, its help to be metabolized into the Glucose by the liver.
The classification of the sugar molecules are two types in which simple carbohydrates have monosaccharides and disaccharide. And in the complex carbohydrates have fibers, glycogen, starches, polysaccharide and oligosaccharides are present in it. Made of carbon hydrogen and oxygen in the form of ratio 1:2:1 and provides primary fuel source for body cells.

Therefore the correct option is (A).

Note: Aqueous acid helps to hydrolyze the sucrose molecule by the enzyme action occurring in the yeast and produces equal amounts of glucose and fructose. The table sugar is generated during the process of hydrolysis and also known by the name disaccharide. And in the sucrose molecule the end product is storage carbohydrates and photosynthesis.