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|Melting Point:||185-188℃||CAS No.:||110-15-6|
|Relative Density:||1.572(25/4℃)||Moisture ,w/%:||≤0.40|
natural food preservatives,
succinic acid in food
Surface-Active Agent Amber Acid Renewable Plant Resource Industrial Grade
The natural source of succinic acid is amber, which is a resin of the genus Pinus, buried for a long time in the ground, and it is also widely present in various tissues of plants and animals. Saponin succinate resin, buried in the ground for years to become amber, amber contains 7.8% of this product.
Using microorganism fermentation to produce succinic acid has low cost, little pollution and environment friendly advantages. In the fermentation process greenhouse gas CO2 can be used as a raw material and absorbed by microorganisms, thus can ease the greenhouse effect to some extent. Succinic acid is a kind of common natural organic acid, due to it’s from amber distilled in 1550 for the first time, so the Succinic acid is also known as Amber acid. As a good "C4" platform compounds, Succinic acid has been widely used in food, chemical, pharmaceutical industry and other fields. Is the biggest potential application of Succinic acid as raw materials for the large-scale industrial application, which can replace a lot based on benzene and petrochemical intermediate goods, such as can be used in the New biodegradable materials of Poly butylene succinate, PBS and Poly hexylene succinate, PHS. It has wide application prospects.
Food: used in dairy foods, meat foods, baked goods, pasta, seasoning foods, etc.
Feed: Canned pets, animal feed, aquafeed, vitamin feed, etc.
Product standards and parameters
|Superior product||Grade A product||Qualified product|
|Melting point range/℃||185~188||185~188||184~188|
|Heavy metal (based on Pb),w/%||≤0.001||≤0.003||≤0.005|
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