Saccharin sodium can be said to be everywhere in our life, whether we eat or use, there will be more or less saccharin natrium. So do you know the range that saccharin natrium can be added? Let Fuxin QianYi Fine Chemical share it for you.
Saccharin natrium, also known as soluble saccharin, is a synthetic sweetener commonly used in the food industry with a long history, which was discovered by an American scientist in the 18th century. It is a kind of toluene extracted from coal tar. After sulphuric acid sulfonation, phosphorus pentachloride and ammonia treatment, it is oxidized by potassium permanganate, and then crystallized and dehydrated to obtain a kind of special sweet white crystal, which is called saccharin.
Generally, saccharin sodium can be found in cold drinks, drinks, cakes, and other foods, and can be used as feed additives. For example, an appropriate amount of saccharin sodium can be added to pig feed. However, it can be found in toothpaste and mouthwash used in our daily life.
The content shared above is what is the range that saccharin sodium can be added. Saccharin natrium is actually a synthetic sweetener, which can be used in the food, and also in electroplating industry to improve the brightness and softness of nickel electroplating. I hope the content shared above will help you.