Dextrose Anhydrous Food Grade & Injectable Grade CAS 50-99-7
Description of goods: Dextrose anhydrous
CAS No. : 50-99-7
Grade Standard: Food Grade Injectable Grade
|melting point||150-152 °C(lit.)|
|boiling point||232.96°C (rough estimate)|
|Solubility||H2O: 1 M at 20 °C, clear, colorless|
|Refractive index||53 ° (C=10, H2O)|
|Description||A white, crystalline powder, with a sweet taste, freely soluble in water, sparingly soluble in alcohol|
|Solubility||Freely soluble in water, sparingly soluble in alcohol|
|Specific Optical Rotation||+52.5 ° ~+53.3 °|
|Acidity or Alkalinity||6.0g, 0.1M NaOH 0.15ml|
|Appearance of solution||Clear, odourless|
|Foreign sugars, Soluble Starch, Dextrins||Conforms|
|Sulphated Ash||≤ 0.1%|
|Lead in Sugars||≤ 0.5ppm|
|Arsenic||≤ 1 ppm|
|Total Bacteria Count||≤ 1000pcs/g|
|Molds and Yeasts||≤ 100pcs/g|
Product Name: Dextrose Anhydrous.
Grade: Food /Injection Grade
Appearance: white powder
1. Industrially, glucose is produced by hydrolysis of starch. In the 1960s, microbial enzymatic production of glucose was used. This is a major innovation that has significant advantages over the acid hydrolysis process. In the production, the raw materials do not need to be refined, and there is no need for acid and pressure resistant equipment, and the sugar liquid has no bitter taste and high sugar yield.
2. Glucose is mainly used as a nutrient for injection (glucose injection) in medicine.
3. In the food industry, glucose can be processed by isomerase to produce fructose, especially fructose syrup containing 42% fructose. Its sweetness and sucrose have become important products in the current sugar industry.
4.Glucose is an indispensable nutrient for metabolism in living organisms. The heat released by its oxidation reaction is an important source of energy for human life activities. It can be used directly in food and pharmaceutical industries, as a reducing agent in the printing and dyeing industry, and as a reducing agent in the mirror industry and hot water bottle silver plating process. Industrially, a large amount of glucose is used as a raw material to synthesize vitamin C (ascorbic acid).
in 25kg bags