Definition of invert sugar
: a mixture of dextrose and levulose found in fruits or produced artificially by the inversion of sucrose
First Known Use of invert sugar
Medical Definition of invert sugar
: a mixture of D-glucose and D-fructose that is sweeter than sucrose, that occurs naturally in fruits and honey, that is usually made commercially from a solution of cane sugar by hydrolysis (as with acid), and that is used chiefly as a difficultly crystallizable syrup in foods and in medicine
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