Big discounting DL-tartaric acid for Morocco Factories

Big discounting DL-tartaric acid for Morocco Factories

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CAS NO: 133-37-9 DESCRIPTION: Colorless and semi-transparent or white powder, with sour taste Chemical Name:2,3-Dihydroxybutanedioic acid Molecular Formula:C4H6O6 Structural Formula: Molecular Weight:150.09 Assay:99.5% Min Melting Point:200~206 Heavy Metals(as Pb):0.001% Max Residue On Ignition:0.10% Max Reduction on drying:0.5% Max Arsenic:0.0002% Max Readily Oxidizable Substances:Qualified Sulfate:0.04% Max MAIN FUNCTION AND PURPOSE This product is widely used in many fields such as foodst...


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CAS NO: 133-37-9

DESCRIPTION

Colorless and semi-transparent or white powder, with sour taste

Chemical Name:2,3-Dihydroxybutanedioic acid

Molecular Formula:C4H6O6

Structural Formula:

Molecular Weight:150.09

Assay:99.5% Min

Melting Point:200~206

Heavy Metals(as Pb):0.001% Max

Residue On Ignition:0.10% Max

Reduction on drying:0.5% Max

Arsenic:0.0002% Max

Readily Oxidizable Substances:Qualified

Sulfate:0.04% Max

MAIN FUNCTION AND PURPOSE

This product is widely used in many fields such as foodstuff, medicine, chemical industry and light industry etc., and is mainly used to make tartrates (tartaric acid salts), like antimony potassium tartrate, potassium sodium tartrate. It can be served as beer vesicant, foodstuff sourness agent and flavoring etc. Its sourness is 1.3 times of that of citric acid, and is especially suitable to be a sourness agent of grape juice. It is also very important for the tannage, photograph, glass, enamel and telecommunication equipment industries.

PACKING:25KG net in Kraft/Plastic Bag lined with PE bag, 20MT/20FCL (on pallet).

STORAGE:Kept airtightly in a light-proof, dry and cool place.


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