How does the taste of carbohydrates and their solubility in water change with increasing molecular weight?

Monosaccharides and oligosaccharides are highly soluble in water and have a sweet taste. Polysaccharides do not have a sweet taste and are insoluble in water. So with an increase in molecular weight, the sweet taste disappears and the ability to dissolve in water decreases.

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