Dextrose monohydrate

Sweetening agent | Carbon source | Fermentation | Chemical building block

A natural sugar used in its crystalline form.

Introduction

Dextrose (or glucose) is the monomer of starch.

This natural sugar is used in its crystalline form as a carbon source for fermentation and chemical building block, sweetening agent, texturizing agent etc.

Product description

Definition

  • Purified and crystallized D-Glucose combined with water of crystallization
  • White crystalline powder
  • Neutral odour and sweet taste
  • Chemical composition: C6H12O6 + H2O

Conformity

Registrations vary depending on local regulations.  

Range

To satisfy the varying application requirements ROQUETTE offers various particle sizes:

  • 120 µm on average - DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE F
  • 160 µm on average – DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE M
  • 350 µm on average – DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE G

Applications

  • Chemical industries: building block
  • Carbon source for fermentation industries
  • Miscellaneous industries

Packaging

For more information about packaging, please contact us.

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