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C6H12O6 – glucose – is a colorless, odorless, crystalline substance with a sweet taste. Glucose is found in fruits, vegetables, berries, and honey. Cells use glucose as a source of energy. When you eat foods that contain glucose, your body uses blood to deliver the glucose to the cells of each organ so they can produce energy via a process called cellular respiration.

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This reagent is considered nonhazardous according to GHS classifications. Treat all reagents with caution.