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Sodium Saccharin

Sodium Saccharin
Sodium Saccharin
Price And Quantity
  • Kilograms/Kilograms
  • 25kgs
  • Kilograms/Kilograms
  • 550.00 - 800.00 INR
  • 600 INR
Product Specifications
  • C7H4NNaO3S
  • 2-7
  • Room Temperature
  • Other
  • 3 micron
  • Sweet
  • Not Available
  • >300 °C
  • 231
  • 3 Years
  • 205.17 Grams (g)
  • C7H4NNaO3S
  • 438.9 °C
  • 204-886-1
  • 2925
  • saccharin is not water-soluble
  • Sodium Saccharin
  • C7H5NO3S
  • 6155-57-3
  • Pharmaceutical Intermediates
  • Medicine Grade
  • Saccharin is an artificial, or nonnutritive, sweetener that is used in the production of various foods and pharmaceutical products including: Baked goods. Jams. Chewing gum. Drinks.
  • 99 percent
  • white crystals or crystalline powder
  • Powder
Product Description

The artificial sweetener saccharin comes in a solid form called sodium saccharin. Saccharin is a non-nutritive sweetener that is added to beverages and foods to create sweetness without the calories or negative side effects of sugar. Artificial sweeteners may help you cut back on your sugar consumption. It is common for people to consume too much sugar, which can lead to health problems, such as Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease.

Technical Specifications

  • CAS ID: 128-44-9
  • Synonyms: Sodium 3-oxo-3H-benzo[d]isothiazol-2-ide 1,1-dioxide
  • Molecular Formula: C7H4NNaO3S
  • Molecular Weight: 205.17
  • Melting point: 228.8 °C
  • Boiling Point: 438.9 °C
  • Appearance: White Powder
  • Solubility: Freely soluble in water, sparingly soluble in ethanol

 

 How does it work:

It is made through the oxidation of o-toluene sulfonamide and phthalic anhydride in a laboratory. Crystallized white powder is the result. Saccharin is a sugar substitute commonly used because it contains no calories or carbs. The body cannot break down saccharin, so it remains unchanged. As saccharin goes straight through the digestive tract without being digested, it can benefit diabetics. Saccharin does not have food energy, but its sweet taste can trigger insulin release in humans.

Applications Or where it is used:

The food industry uses sodium saccharine as an additive in many products. Saccharine is essentially a chemical additive and non-nutritive sweetener that is added in beverages, foods, tabletop sweeteners, toothpaste and animal feed.

Manufacturing process:

The first artificial sweetener on the market was saccharin. The oxidation of o-toluenesulfonamide and phthalic anhydride produces it. A white crystal of insoluble saccharin melts at 228.8° to 229.7° C (443.80° to 445.5° F).

- The primary use of saccharin is as a calorie-free sweetener. Manufacturers combine it with other sweeteners, such as aspartame, to counter its bitter taste. Saccharin has been authorized for use as a sweetener by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in products such as fruit juice drinks, coffee drinks, and drink mixes, as well as a sugar substitute.

FDA has also authorizde saccharin for industrial purposes, such as:

Improve the taste and physical properties of chewing gum, add flavor to vitamins and minerals in chewable tablets, improve the flavor of ingredients in bakery products.

Side effects:

Saccharin is a sulfonamide, a group of compounds that can cause allergic reactions in some people. Headaches, breathing difficulties, diarrhea, and skin problems are possible reactions.

Trade Information
  • Mumbai port
  • Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C), Letter of Credit (L/C), Cash Advance (CA)
  • 50 Per Day
  • 7 Days
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • drum pack
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • iso, gmp
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