27. 01. 2023.

Trisodium citrate dihydrate

Description of Goods Trisodium citrate dihydrate, BP2002/USP30/E331, Food additives
Chemical formula C6H5O7Na3 x 2H2O
Molecular weight 294,10
Einecs 200-675-3
CAS broj 6132-04-3
Use Flavoring agent, emulsifier, stabilizator, for food production
Shelf life 2 years
Appearance of solution Clear and colourless
Chlorides ≤50 ppm
Oxalates ≤100 ppm
Sulphates ≤150 ppm
Heavy metal ( as Pb) ≤5 ppm
Lead ≤1ppm
Arsenic ≤1 ppm
Mercury ≤1 ppm
Loss on Drying 11,0-13,0%
Assay 99,0-100,5%
pH value( 5% aqueous solution) 7,5-9,0
Mesh Size 30-100 mesh
Storage Store in cool, dry place in well-closed containers.

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