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Yes, it will work just fine, but it won't have the same color or the slightly molasses flavor of demerarra. It also has a finer crystal size, usually, so the texture will be a little less distinctive. The closest substitute for this purpose, if you happen to have it, is sanding sugar--but I imagine that not everyone keeps that on hand. It has a large ...
"Atomized glucose" seems to be primarily a French product, derived from spray-drying glucose syrup. Glucose syrup is best known in America as corn syrup (e.g. light Karo, not HFCS), and is mostly, but not entirely, glucose. Dextrose is pure crystalline glucose. They are not exactly the same ingredient, and probably not interchangeable in fussy recipes.
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