030-000-425 Sodium Citrate Dihydrate

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Type Citrate
CAS No. 6132-04-3
Appearance white or colorless crystal
Assay >99.0
Key words Food additives, Acidity regulator, Stabilizer, Anticoagulant
Related products Ferrous Citrate, Triammonium Citrate, Bismuth Citrate


Sodium Citrate Dihydrate Introduction

Sodium Citrate Dihydrate is a kind of white or colorless crystal with a chemical formula of C6H5Na3O7·2H2O. It is odorless, cool, salty, and spicy. It will decompose if overheating, deliquescence in a humid environment, and weathering in hot air. It loses crystal water when heated to 150℃. It is easily soluble in water, soluble in glycerin, hardly soluble in alcohols and other organic solvents.


Sodium Citrate Dihydrate Specification

Chemical Formula C6H5Na3O7·2H2O
Molecular Weight 294.1
Appearance white or colorless crystal
Package 25kg/Bag
Packaging Packed with polyethylene plastic bag as the inner liner and compound plastic woven bag as the outer layer.
Storage Store in cool & dry places.
Specification FCCVII
Content, w% 99.0-100.5
Moisture, w% 10.0-13.0
Acidity or Alkalinity Pass Test
Pb, mg/kg 2.0

Sodium Citrate Dihydrate Functions

  • Used as an acidity regulator, flavoring agent, stabilizer in food and beverage industry
  • Used as an anticoagulant, phlegm reducing agent, and diuretic in the pharmaceutical industry;
  • In the detergent industry, it can replace sodium tripolyphosphate as a non-toxic detergent additive;
  • Also used in brewing, injection, photographic medicine, and electroplating, etc.