Sodium Saccharin Sweetener
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Sodium Saccharin Sweetener

Product Name: Sodium saccharin
CAS NO.: 6155-57-3
Molecular formula: C7H8NNaO4S
Molecular weight: 225.19
EINECS NO.: 612-173-5
Appearance: White rhombic crystal or crystalline powder
Storage condition: 2-8°C

Sodium Saccharin Sweetener description

Sodium saccharin, also known as sodium phthalate sulfonimide, it was developed in 1879. It is the first artificial non nutritive sweetener. It is soluble in water, and its sweetness in dilute solution is 200-500 times that of sucrose. When the concentration is large, it has a bitter taste. When heated under acidic conditions, the sweet taste disappears, and it can form bitter o-aminosulfonyl benzoic acid.

Sodium saccharin sweetener function and application

It is used as a sugar substitute for patients with obesity, hyperlipidemia, diabetes and dental caries due to its low calorie, non absorption by the human body and automatic discharge with urine and urine. In addition, it can also be used as brightener for nickel chromium plating, blood circulation measuring agent, penetrant, etc.