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Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose

Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose is one of the most widely used and widely used cellulose species in the world
EEC NO. E466
CAS NO. 9004-32-4

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Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose is abbreviated as CMC. It is a white to light yellow powder, granular or fibrous substance. It is highly hygroscopic and easily soluble in water. When it is neutral or alkaline, the solution is a high viscosity liquid. It is insoluble in acid and alcohol, and does not precipitate when exposed to salt. It is not easy to ferment, has great emulsifying power to oil and wax, and can be stored for a long time. TECHNICAL INDEX:
ITEMS SPECIFICATION
Appearance White to cream powder
Degree of substitution 0.7-0.9
Moisture% ≤10
Purity % ≥99.5
Pb(%) ≤0.0005
Fe(%) ≤0.02
As(%) ≤0.0002
PH 6.0-8.5
  APPLICATIONS: 1. Applicated to stabilize yogurt beverages and increase the viscosity of the yogurt system; 2. Used to improve the edible quality of pasta such as bread and steamed bread, extend the shelf life of pasta products, and enhance the taste; 3. Because it has a certain gel effect, it is conducive to better gel formation of food, so it can be used to make jellies and jams; 4.It can also be used as an edible coating material, used in combination with other thickeners, and smeared on the surface of some foods to maximize the preservation of food
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