23 Jan Sodium Saccharin Factory in China
Sodium Saccharin Factory – Youngerchem
Sodium saccharin is a colorless white crystal or powder, which is 300-500 times sweet than sucrose. It uses as a single sweetener, or often with other sweeteners in diet products. So to expend the shelf life and balance the sweetness. Moreover, it does not raise blood sugar levels and has no calories.
- Product Name: SODIUM SACCHARIN
- Chemical Name: 2H-1λ6,2-Benzothiazol-1,1,3-trione
- CAS No.: 128-44-9
- EC No.:204-886-1
- Molecular: C7H4NNaO3S
SODIUM SACCHARIN MESH
Available mesh size:
- Dihydrate: Crystal 4-6 mesh, 5-8 mesh, 6-10 mesh, 8-12 mesh, 8-16 mesh, 10-20 mesh, 20-40 mesh, and 40-80 mesh
- Anhydrous: Powder 100 mesh
- Around 300-500 times sweeter than sugar.
- Does not promote dental cavities.
- Contains no calories.
- Freely soluble in water
- Safe for consumption by diabetics as non-diabetics.
- Heat Stable.
HOW DOES IT BEEN FOUND?
This part you may feel bored, but it is important because we should respect who have found it. In 1878, Constantin Fahlberg has discovered sodium saccharin as a derivative of coal tar, who was then working at John Hopkins University. Fahlberg discovered the sweet taste and connected it with the chemical compound he had been studying. Shortly thereafter, sodium saccharin was commercialized, but it did not come into popular use until during World War I, when sugar shortages arose.
FOOD INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
It uses as an additive in the food industry. Naturally, it’s used as a non-nutritive sweetener and stabilizer in a variety of food and drinks. Such as bakeries use the compound to sweeten baked goods, bread, cookies, and muffins. And artificially sweetened diet drinks and sodas use it since it dissolves readily in water. Moreover, other products that contain sodium saccharin include marzipan, plain, sweetened and fruit-flavored yogurt, jams/jellies and ice cream. So sodium saccharin is used in the food industry and sweet food made for diabetics, a commonly used synthetic sweetening agent.
- Beverages and Beverage Mixes
- Carbonated beverages
- Non-carbonated beverages
- Hard and Soft Candy
- Jams and Jellies
- Chewable candy and tablet
- Confections and Frostings
- Nutritional & Dietary Products
- Table-top sweeteners
- Chewing gum
- Dry-mix products
- Fruit spreads
- Frozen desserts
- Salad dressing
DAILY CHEMICAL INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
It can use in daily chemical industry, such as tooth and mouth clean.
- Eye drops
FEED INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
Mostly its uses as a feed additive to make the feed taste better.
ELECTROPLATING INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
The nickel electroplating industry uses sodium saccharin to bring about a brighter finish. Gold and palladium electroplating baths also use the chemical. It is useful in the electroplating industry as an additive in metalworking fluids and adhesives. Especially the electroplating of nickel, for instance, which uses sodium saccharin as an electrolyte (a substance, which when dissolved in a solution, makes it electrically conductive). Electroplating is the process in which an electric current is applied through a solution, to coat the surface of a metal with another layer of metal.
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