lactobionic acid

lactobionic acid
\\|laktō(ˌ)biˌ|änik-\ noun
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary lactobiose lactose (from lact- + biose) + -onic
: a syrupy acid C11H21O10COOH obtained by oxidation of lactose

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