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|Molar mass||342.30 g/mol|
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Kojibiose has a sweet taste, but low calorie count. In combination with its prebiotic properties, kojibiose could function as a sugar substitute. However, kojibiose is hard to synthesize on an industrial scale. Recently, an enzyme transforming sucrose and glucose into kojibiose has been developed, potentially solving the synthetization problem. 
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