|Product name:||Sodium Saccharin|
|Molecular Structure: |
Sodium Saccharin occurs as white crystals or as a white, crystalline powder. In powdered form, it effloresces to the extent that it usually contains only about one-third the amount of water indicated in its molecular formula. One gram is soluble in 1.5 mL of water and in about 50 mL of alcohol.
Sodium saccharin is used in the food industry and in diabetic patients for a sweetened diet. It is a commonly used synthetic sweetener.
|Appearance ||White crystals or crystalline powder|
|Acidity or alkalinity||Passes the test|
|Toluene sulphonamides ||≤0.0025%|
|Benzoate and salicylate||Passes test|
|Readily carbonisable substance||Passes test|
25kg/paper bag or as per requirement
Store in a cool, dry place.