Malic acid Malic acid is a colorless crystals hygroscopic type, which are dissolved in water and subjected to thermal stress.For the first time malic acid was prepared in 1785 by the famous chemist Carl Scheele from Sweden, which has allocated acid from apples. Getting malic acid Malic acid is a food additive that is marked as E 296. The crystals of this acid are melted at a temperature...Continue Reading
sodium citrate Sodium citrate - a food additive E331, sodium salt of citric acid with a specific salty-sour taste. Other names occurring sodium citrate - it is sodium dihydrogen citrate, disodium or trisodium (sodium citrate, sodium citrates, disodium citrate, trisodium citrate). Looks sodium citrate as a white crystalline powder.It is highly soluble in water and bad - in alcohol, is sto...Continue Reading
calcium citrate calcium citrate - citric acid calcium salt, is widely used as a food additive E333, typically as a preservative and a flavoring agent.In addition to its properties similar to sodium citrate. Calcium citrate is practically insoluble in cold water white odorless powder.As well as citric acid, calcium citrate has a sour taste, with a salty taste.Molecular Formula calcium citr...Continue Reading
Cystine Cystine (cysteine hydrochloride, a food additive E921) - aliphatic sulfur-containing amino acid.In humans, this amino acid forms and maintains the tertiary structure of proteins and peptides.It is a part of immunoglobulin, insulin, and somatostatin. Pretty mnogotsistina in fish, oats, soy, rice, wheat, egg yolk, onions and cystine chesnoke.V commercially produced in the form of ...Continue Reading
Choline Choline - is a substance that belongs to the vitamin B group, is produced in the body of animals and humans, to a greater extent in the gut.Replenishment of vitamin B4 (choline second name) from the outside is required in cases where there is a deficit. Choline - a component of lecithin, an antioxidant, without which it can not function nervous system, brain cells, liver, and that...Continue Reading
Chlorophyll Chlorophyll - the green light-sensitive pigment in plants.The chlorophyll molecule has the unique ability to convert the sun's energy absorbed by plant cells, into chemical energy.The process of conversion of solar energy is called photosynthesis. functions chlorophyll Scientists have discovered a striking similarity in the structure of the chlorophyll molecule and hemoglobi...Continue Reading
stannous chloride stannous chloride is a chemical compound of tin and chlorine, which is hydrolyzed and oxidized, dissolved in water and a little precipitate forms.The compound reacts with alkalis and ammonia.Preparation tin chloride and its properties stannous chloride is a white powder which melts and boils at a temperature of 240 degrees, and can also be used as an oxidizing agent a...Continue Reading
Magnesium Chloride Magnesium chloride is an inorganic chemical compound of chlorine and magnesium, which is present in nature as a mineral bischofite. Preparation of magnesium chloride and its properties Magnesium chloride is a translucent density of 2.3 g crystals, which melt at a temperature of 1400 degrees.For the first time magnesium and its raw materials it was found in 1695 in Eng...Continue Reading
Ammonium chloride ammonium chloride - a food additive E510. Feature From a physical point of view of a food additive E510 is a white, crystalline powder.It is soluble in water.Aqueous solutions of the substance are slightly reaction. Getting ammonium chloride substance obtained by chemical means, by means of carbon monoxide passing through the sodium chloride and ammonia....Continue Reading
Phytic acid Phytic acid in its pure form is a white amorphous powder without the expressed smell or taste.It is produced in the laboratory and in production, affecting the parts of the plants containing phytin.Application phytic acid on an industrial scale phytic acid is used as a food additive of natural origin known as E391a.In medicine phytic acid is the intermediate in the synthe...Continue Reading
sodium citrate Sodium citrate - a food additive E331, sodium salt of citric acid with a specific salty-sour taste. Other names occurring sodi...
calcium citrate calcium citrate - citric acid calcium salt, is widely used as a food additive E333, typically as a preservative and a flavorin...
Cystine Cystine (cysteine hydrochloride, a food additive E921) - aliphatic sulfur-containing amino acid.In humans, this amino acid forms and...