Glucose Syrup 4779 is a high hydrolysis syrup that provides excipient benefits as a humectant and vehicle while also providing nutrient benefits as a bulk sweetener. Glucose Syrup 4779 can be used in various oral dosage forms in both pharmaceutical and nutraceutical applications including blends, granules, pellets premix, medicated confectionaries, syrups, suspensions and liquids.
Water content (LOD)
Nominal water content: 21 %
Water Content (LOD) Maximum: 30 %
Miscible with water
Odorless and sweet
Viscosity vs Temperature
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