Dextrose is one isomer of glucose found in many common foods such as corn syrup and is a component of many processed foods, especially baked goods. Dextrose is also used in many IV fluids such as dextrose saline, and is commonly used in reversing hypoglycemia.
Chemical structure: C6H14O7
Also see fructose.
- What is the chemical name for dextrose?
- What is the action of dextrose?
- What is dextrose structure?
- What are the side effects of Dextrose?
- Is dextrose bad for your health?
- Is dextrose a covalent?
- Is dextrose a medication?
- What is the function of dextrose?
- What is the difference between glucose and dextrose?
- Why glucose is called as dextrose?
- Is dextrose an aldehyde?
- Which hexose is also known as dextrose?
- Is dextrose fake sugar?
- What is dextrose 25% used for?
- How many hours does dextrose last?
- Is Dextrose a preservative?
- Is dextrose bad for Keto?
- Can dextrose cause bloating?
- Is sucrose made of ions?
- Is citric acid ionic or covalent?
- Is dextrose an ionic or covalent compound?