Disaccharides are made up of two monosaccharides which have joined together. The two monosaccharides have joined together in a reaction that's known as a condensation reaction, the end result is more condensed that the component parts and also water is produced as a by-product. Glycosidic bonds join sugars together, this type of bond is a covalent bond as it's between two non-metal molecules.
• Condensation reaction to produce maltose from α Glucose + α Glucose. An enzyme is needed to bring the 2 monomers together; in this case maltase.
• If the disaccharide was to be broken down it would be a hydrolysis reaction because hydrolysis means splitting water and that's what woul need…