Dextrose Anhydrous

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Other name:Glucose Anhydrous

Quality standard:BP2012

CAS NO.:50-99-7

HS CODE:17023000

M.F.:C6H12O6

Specification:Injection grade and Food grade

Appearance:White crystalline powder

Description

Dextrose is a sugar usually obtained by the hydrolysis of starch, dextrose anhydrous is the purest form of crystalline dextrose, commonly called (+)-D-glucopyranose. It is manufactured by refining dextrose monohydrate.

Usage:As the essential element and most basic medical material, glucose enjoys wide functions and usage. Especially with the improvement of life condition and injection area, also it is widely used in food industry as the substitute of saccharose.
Packing:25kg per kraft bag or woven bag, 1x20fcl=23mt or 20mt with 20pallets.
Shelf life: 2years
Storage: Store in a cool, dry, ventilated environment.

Items Specification   (BP2019) Results
Assay 97 . 5- 102% 99 . 7%
Appearance White or almost white , crystalline powder Conforms
Solubility Freely soluble in water , very sparingly soluble in ethanol (96 per cent) Conforms
Identification A , B , E ,C ,D Conforms
Specific Optical Rotation +52 . 5°~+53 . 3° +53 . 0°
Appearance of Solution Solution is clear and not more intensely colored than reference solution BY7 Conforms
Conductivity ≤20us/cm 2us/cm
 

 

 

 

Related substances

Sum of impurities A and B

(Maltose and isomaltose)   NMT0 .4%

0 . 06%
Impurity C (Maltotriose) NMT0 .2% 0 . 02%
Impurity D (Fructose)   NMT0 . 15% 0 . 01%
Unspecified impurities   NMT0 . 10% 0%
Total Impurities NMT0 . 5% 0 . 09%
Dextrin Conforms Conforms
Soluble starch , Sulfites ≤15ppm <15ppm
Water ≤1 . 0% 0 . 07%
Total Bacteria Count ≤1000cfu/g 10cfu/g
Molds and Yeasts ≤100cfu/g <10cfu/g
Escherichia Coli Negative Negative
Bacterial Endotoxin ≤2 . 5Eu/g <0 . 6Eu/g
Pyrogen Pyrogen Free Pyrogen Free
Conclusion The results conform to the Specification BP2019

Aspartame

Sucralose

Stevia

Fructose

Xylitol

Maltitol

Maltodextrin (MD)

Isomaltose (IMO)

Galacto-Oligosaccharides (GOS)

Xylo-Oligosaccharide (XOS)

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