Thiamine HCL(67-03-8)C12H17N4OS.ClH.Cl
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Thiamine HCL(67-03-8)C12H17N4OS.ClH.Cl

Product name: Thiamine hydrochloride/Thiamine HCL
CAS No.: 67-03-8
Purity:≥99% or according to customer requested
Color:White to almost white
Test method: HPLC

Thiamine hcl description

Thiamine hydrochloride is the hydrochloride of thiamine, also known as thiamine. It is the first water-soluble vitamin purified by people. It is an existing form of vitamin B1. It can maintain normal glucose metabolism.

Thiamine hcl powder chemical property

White to yellowish white fine crystals, or crystalline powder, with a slight peculiar odor like rice sugar, a bitter taste, and easy to absorb moisture. Dry products quickly absorb about 4% of water in the air. 1 g of this product is soluble in about 1 mL of water and 100 mL of ethanol, soluble in glycerol but not in ether and benzene. The melting point is about 248 ℃ (with decomposition).

Under acidic conditions, it is relatively stable to heat, and when the pH is equal to 3, even when high-pressure cooking reaches 140 ℃ for 1 hour, there is little damage. However, it is easy to decompose in neutral and alkaline solutions. If it is boiled at a pH greater than 7, most or all of it will be destroyed, and even when stored at room temperature, it can gradually be destroyed. Both oxidation and reduction can inactivate it. Sensitive to light. Exposed to the air, it is easy to absorb moisture, and the dried product quickly absorbs 4% moisture in the air.

Thiamine hcl vitamin b1 function and application

1. Nutritional supplements. Thiamine hydrochloride participates in the intermediate metabolism of carbohydrate in the body. Thiamine hydrochloride in the body is insufficient, the activity of cocarboxylase decreases, and the glucose metabolism is blocked, thus affecting the whole metabolic process of the body.

2. Thiamine hydrochloride can relieve indigestion, anorexia, constipation and other diseases.