|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.
Saccharin sodium is a commonly used synthetic sweetener. It is not absorbed in the human body and does not generate heat. Sodium saccharin is a synthetic organic chemical product. It has no nutritional value to the human body except that it causes a sweet sensation on the taste. It is widely used in the following industries:
1. Food: general cold drinks, beverages, jelly, fruit, meringue, etc.
2. Feed additives: pig feed, sweeteners, etc.
3. Daily chemical industry: toothpaste, saliva, eye drops, etc.
4. Electroplating industry: electroplating brighteners are used in electroplating industry, and the total export volume currently accounts for most of China's output.
|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.