D-Sucrose

USP,EP,Injectable Grade

CAS #:

57-50-1

Molecular Formula:

C12H22O11

Synonym:

β-D-Fructofuranosyl α-D-glucopyranoside

Molecular Weight:

342.30 g/mol

Overview

Sucrose is used in medications to impart a more pleasant taste to often unpalatable chemicals and can be found in many medical dosage forms including chewable tablets, syrups, lozenges, or gums. It is a white odourless crystalline solid, a non-reducing disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose. It is obtained commercially from sugar cane, sugar beet and used extensively as a food and a sweetener

Characters Unit Specification
Identity (EP<2.2.24>) (USP<197K>) IR
Identity (EP<2.2.27>) TLC
Identity (EP) Orange ppt. formed
Appearance White microcryst. solid
Solubility EP
Appearance of solution (EP) (USP) Clear <2.2.1>
Conductivity (EP<2.2.38>) (USP) µScm-1 ≤ 35 µScm-1
Color (EP) (USP) ≤ 45
Assay % ≥ 99 % (typically > 99.5%)
Sp. Rot., [α]D (EP<2.2.7>) (USP<781S>) o +66.3º to +67.0º
LOD (EP<2.2.32>) (USP<731>) % ≤ 0.1
Moisture (K. F.) % ≤ 0.1
Dextrin EP; USP
Reducing Sugars EP; USP
Sulfite (SO2) (EP) ppm ≤ 10
Sulfite (SO2) USP
Microbiological Specifications
Total Aerobic Plate Count CFU/g ≤ 100
E. Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative
Staphylococcus aureus CFU/g Negative, ≤ 10
Pseudomonas CFU/g Negative, ≤ 10
Mold and Yeast CFU/g ≤ 100
Bacterial Endotoxins*(EP <2.6.14>)(USP<85>) IU/mg ≤ 0.25
*If intended for use in the manufacture of large-volume parenteral preparations.

Shelf Life/Retest Date: The minimal shelf-life of D-Sucrose, CAS 57-50-1 is 2 years when stored under recommended conditions.

Storage/Shipping Conditions:

  • Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place.

Pack Sizes: 5 Kg

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