It is resolved by solution in sulphuric acid and subsequent hydrolysis of the esters thus produced into dextrose.
In the case of dextrose, &c., the yields represent the weight of syrup.
If dextrose is present there results a red, yellow, or green precipitate, depending upon the amount of sugar present.
On saponifying, it is split up into digitogenin, galactose, and dextrose.
The concentrations of protein and dextrose are not altered during the absorption of these substances.
Sugar (dextrose) is present in the same concentration as in the blood.
In the porter and ale worts a percentage of dextrose had been added as brewer's sugar.
By this means the starch is partially converted into dextrose, a sugar, and dextrin, a gum.
The yeast first converts a portion of the starch into dextrose or a similar sugar, which then undergoes alcoholic fermentation.
The plane of rotation is rotated to the right by sucrose rather more powerfully than by dextrose.
dextrose dex·trose (děk'strōs')
The dextrorotatory form of glucose found naturally in animal and plant tissue and derived synthetically from starch.