Citric Acid Anhydrous - Technical grade

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CITRIC ACID ANHYDROUS Technical Grade Click Here if you were looking for Citric Acid monohydrate Citric acid is a weak organic acid but is a slightly stronger acid than typical carboxylic acids. This is because the anion can be stabilized by intermolecular hydrogen-bonding from other protic groups on Citric Acid. Anhydrous means that the chemical has no water of crystallisation and...

Citric Acid Anhydrous BP - Pharmaceutical grade

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CITRIC ACID ANHYDROUS BP Pharmaceutical Grade Cosmetic Grade Citric acid is a weak organic acid but is a slightly stronger acid than typical carboxylic acids. This is because the anion can be stabilized by intermolecular hydrogen-bonding from other protic groups on Citric Acid. Anhydrous means that the chemical has no water of crystallisation and is in a dry, granulated form....

Citric Acid Monohydrate 99% - Technical Grade

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Citric Acid Monohydrate Technical Grade Citric acid is a weak organic acid but is a slightly stronger acid than typical carboxylic acids. Monohydrate means that it contains one molecule of water ( water of crystallisation ). It is a white crystaline solid which readily dissolves in water and ethanol, but is insoluble in ether and chloroform. It is commonly used...

Citric Acid Monohydrate BP - Pharmaceutical Grade

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Citric Acid Monohydrate BP Pharmaceutical Grade Citric acid is a weak organic acid but is a slightly stronger acid than typical carboxylic acids. Monohydrate means that it contains one molecule of water ( water of crystallisation ). It is a white crystaline solid which readily dissolves in water and ethanol, but is insoluble in ether and chloroform. It is commonly...

Malic Acid - 2-Hydroxybutanedioic acid

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Malic Acid Technical Grade Properties of Malic Acid: CAS number: 617-48-1 Purity: 99+% Appearance: white crystaline solid Formula: C4H6O5 Synonym: 2-Hydroxybutanedioic acid, hydroxylsuccinic acid Density: 1.665 g/cm3 Solubility in water: 55.8g /100 ml (20C) Molar mass: 134.09 g·mol−1 pH: 2.3 (1% at 20ºC) Melting Point: 128 to 132°C (262.4 to 269.6°F)   Uses for Malic Acid Malic Acid is used in the...

Sodium Bisulphate - Dry Acid - pH Reducer

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SODIUM BISULPHATE (Bisulfate) Dry Acid - pH Reducer Technical grade Sodium bisulphate also known as dry acid occurs as an odourless, hygroscopic white powder that is soluble in water. Its solutions are strongly acidic and corrosive. It is manufactured by reacting sodium hydroxide with sulphuric acid. Sodium bisulphate acts as a technological additive, a preservative, a disinfectant, an acidity regulator,...