Fructose Excipient | Uses, Suppliers, and Specifications
Fructose is fructopyranose, a cylic hemiketal having the chemical formula C6H12O6. It is a functional isomer of glucose and constituent of sucrose. Fructose occurs naturally in plants and honey. It is supplied as an odourless, colourless crystals or a white crystalline powder with a very sweet taste.
Synonyms and Trade Names: Fructose; D-arabino-2-hexulose; Fructamyl; β-D-fructose; Fruit Sugar; Advantose® FS; Krystar®; Levulose; Nevulos
Pharmacopoeial Compliance: USP-NF; Ph.Eur; B.P
Uses and Synonyms and Trade Names: Dissolution Enhancer; Flavouring Agent; Sweetening Agent; Tablet Diluent
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