Who Discovered Glucose?

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Glucose has 3 people that make significant impacts with the discovery, Andreas Marggraf isolated it in 1747, Jean Dumas named it in 1838, and Emil Fischer discovered the structure after that.
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Andreas Marggraf discovered glucose in 1747. However, Hermann Emil Fischer discovered the structure of glucose sometime between the late 19th century and early 20th century.
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