FoodIngredient
 
Phosphates
Dextrose Anhydrous/Monohydrous
 

Description:  Dextrose Anhydrous 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 sweetener power (in 10%m/m solution) is equivalent to the 75% of the sucrose.

 

  Common Characters:

  Molecular Formula: C6H12O6 

 

  Molecular Weight: 180

 

Quality Index (BP2003)

ANALYSIS ITEM

UNIT

QUALITY INDEXES

Identification

 

Positive

Specific optical rotation

+52.5+53.3

Acidity or alkalinity

ml

6g sample 0.10mol/l NaOH 0.15ml Max

Water

%

Not more than 1%

Arsenic

ppm

Not more than 1ppm

Calcium

ppm

Not more than 200ppm

Lead in sugars

ppm

Not more than 0.5ppm

Chloride

ppm

Not more than 125ppm

Sulfates

ppm

Not more than 200ppm

Appearance of solution

 

Solution is clear and not more intensely colored than reference solution

Barium

 

Any opalescence in the solution is not more intense than in the standard

Sulphites

ppm

15ppm SO2 Max.

Foreign sugars, soluble starch dextrins

 

Qualified

Sulphated ash

%

0.1 %

Pyrogens

(Tal. 10% solution)

EU/ml

0.125 EU/ml

 

MAIN APPLICATION: Dextrose Anhydrous 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 sweetener power (in 10%m/m solution) is equivalent to the 75% of the sucrose.

 

PACKING: PACKING: 25kg /bag with craft bag.

25kg /bag with Poly-woven bag PE inner.

 

RESERVATION: Store in a cool, dry, ventilated environment.

 

ANNUAL CAPACITY: 40,000MT

 

 

 

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