Synonyms: D-Glucose anhydrous; Dextrose; Dextrose Ahhydrous
Molecular Formula: C6H12O6
Molecular Weight: 180.15
CAS Number: 50-99-7
The living cell uses it as a source of energy and metabolic intermediate.
Description: Dextrose Ahhydrous is D-glucose crystallized with a water molecule. Dextrose is glucose of vegetable origin, obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis of cornstarch (Not genetically manipulated, absence of GMO). Its power (in 10%m/m solution) is equivalent to the 75% of the sucrose.
Packing and Transportation: 25kg /bag with craft bag. The transportation shall be in accordance with the requirement of general chemicals.
Usage: As the essential element and most basic medical material, glucose enjoys wide functions and usage. Especially with the improvement of life condition, it is widely used in food industry as the substitute of saccharose.