Anhydrous Dextrose

Other Trading Names:

  • Dextrose
  • D-Glucose Anhydrous
  • D(+)-Glucose
  • Cerelose
  • Dextrose Powder
  • Corn Sugar

CAS Number: 50-99-7 

HS Code: 1701999001

Types of Packaging:

  • 25 Kg Bags
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Anhydrous Dextrose

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Chemical Name

Anhydrous Dextrose

Cas Number



White Crystalline Powder

Molecular Formula


Molecular Weight

180.15 g/mol

Melting Point


Water Solubility

Soluble in Water




Food Grade




1.54 g/cm³

Chemical Description

  • Anhydrous Dextrose is a white crystalline powder, also known as glucose or Dextrose.
  • It is made by breaking down the cornstarch and is a natural product.
  • It is highly soluble in water, methanol, hot glacial acetic acid, and pyridine, and sparingly soluble in ethanol anhydrous, ether, and acetone.
  • It is stable under ordinary conditions and non hazardous for air, road, and sea frights.
  • Anhydrous Dextrose is used in the food industry for its desired physical properties, such as viscosity, boiling point, melting point, freezing point, and sweetness.
  • It is used in various food products such as baked goods, candies, ice creams, dairy products, cereal products, and alcoholic beverages.
  • Anhydrous Dextrose is commonly used as a sweetener and a carbohydrate source in food and beverage products.
  • It is used as an excipient in pharmaceutical formulations, serving as a bulking agent, diluent, or carrier for active ingredients in tablets and capsules.
  • It is used in various nutritional supplements and energy drinks to provide quick energy to athletes or individuals engaged in strenuous physical activity.
  • Dextrose is used in fermentation processes to produce ethanol and other biochemicals.
  • It's also used in the production of certain types of plastics and as a component in the preparation of culture media for microbiological growth.
  • It can be found in some cosmetics and personal care products, where it may serve as a moisturizing or conditioning agent.
  • When heated, anhydrous Dextrose melts, swells up, and burns, and an odor of burnt sugar is perceptible.
  • Anhydrous Dextrose is used as a medicine intravenously as a source of energy, particularly in situations where a patient cannot consume food orally. It's used in intravenous solutions to provide glucose to patients who are unable to eat or drink.
  • It should be stored in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated place in a tight container.
  • It is available in 25 Kg net bag packaging.
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