I'm a 10th-grader in my first year of chemistry. We have an assignment to make a brochure about a certain reaction, and I'm studying Maillard reactions. Does anyone know the chemical equation involved in the reaction? All I find online are images that I've yet to learn how to read.

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    $\begingroup$ There is more than a single reaction - there is a whole bunch of them.This might be a starting point: i2.wp.com/www.compoundchem.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/… You can figure out the sum formulas by adding up all the atoms in the structure of a substance. For example, glucose is C6H12O6. $\endgroup$ – Karsten Theis Feb 6 at 2:12
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    $\begingroup$ See chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/116767/… $\endgroup$ – Nilay Ghosh Feb 6 at 4:35
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    $\begingroup$ Really a comment. Learning a language by just conversation might be a good method especially for practical purposes. But learning chemistry by the Millard reactions is a bit too much. To the teachers that might read this. $\endgroup$ – Alchimista Feb 6 at 8:21