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Sodium ascorbate (E301) - an organic chemical compound from the ascorbate group, a salt of ascorbic acid and sodium. It is obtained through the fermentation of glucose and oxidation. It is used, among others as an antioxidant.
Sodium ascorbate is a popular addition with the number E301. We will meet him in concentrated milk and milk powder, fruit juices, tinned vegetables, frozen fruit and vegetables, minced meat, etc. ...
It has a characteristic taste similar to salt, but less salty, it is well soluble in water.
It occurs in the form of crystalline or grainy white powder.
It is a source of easily digestible form of vitamin C. It is easily absorbed and absorbed. Due to the low acidity in comparison with L-ascorbic acid - it is ideal for consumption by people who want to supplement the deficiency of vitamin C in the body and having gastro-intestinal problems. Excess sodium ascorbate - like vitamin C - is excreted in the urine. It is not recommended for people on a low sodium diet.
Sodium ascorbate has no restrictions on daily human use, and there are no specific side effects.
At this auction, you buy a laboratory-tested product that is ready for use. Pure grade without admixtures (including without anti-caking agents).
Sodium ascorbate, like all products in our offer, has an ATEST (quality control certificate) allowing it to be marketed.
Name: Sodium ascorbate
Synonyms: ascorbic acid and sodium salt. Sodium ascorbate, vitamin C, vitamin C, buffered
Species: Pure E301
Cleanliness: Pure minimum 99.5%
Chemical formula: C6H7NaO6
Sodium ascorbate. Vitamin C. Pure Sodium ascorbate - it is an organic chemical compound belonging to the ascorbate group - a salt of ascorbic acid and sodium. It is obtained by glucose fermentation and oxidation. It is used, for example, as an antioxidant. Species: clean It has a taste similar to salt, but slightly less salty and is well soluble in water. It occurs in the form of a crystalline or grainy white powder. Sodium ascorbate is an organic chemical compound, ascorbic acid and sodium salt. It is obtained in the process of glucose fermentation by bacteria and then oxidation. Sodium ascorbate has excellent antioxidant properties and is a chemical reagent. 1 g of pure sodium ascorbate contains approximately 889 mg of vitamin C and approximately 111 mg of sodium. It is less acidic than ascorbic acid. Sodium ascorbate in the natural environment is commonly found in vegetables and fruits. Specification Name: Sodium ascorbate Synonyms: ascorbic acid and sodium salt. Sodium ascorbate, buffered Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Pure minimum 99.5% Chemical formula: C6H7NaO6Learn More