|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Certification:||ISO, KOSHER, HALAL|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100kg|
|Packaging Details:||25kg/Carton and it can load 20MT in one 20'GP|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||10000 MT per year|
|Appearance:||White Crystalline Powder||Purpose:||Antioxidant|
|Molecular Weight:||176.12||Melting Point:||About 190℃|
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Food Chemicals odourless Vitamin C Powder L Ascorbic Acid in Beverages
Vitamin C is also called Ascorbic Acid. Its formula is C6H8O6 and molecular weight is 176.14. Vitamin C is made by Glucose through the process of hydrogenation and oxidized. It is a kind of Vitamin product with the largest yield and consumption and the widest application in the world currently. Now Vitamin C is the most important nutrition and it palys a very important role in maintaining the health of human being.
Characters and Performances:
Vitamin C is white and slightly yellow crystalline powder with no odour. It is easily dissolved in water and the solubility at 20℃ is 33g/100g. It can not be dissovled in vegetable oil, slightly dissoved in ethanol (solubility is only 2g/100g). The color of Vitamin C will get darker when being light and it is stable in the dry conditions. Heat and light can destroy easily the solution of Vitamin C, especially in the alkaline condition and in the presence of metal. So it should pay more attention to avoid metals and air touch in water and containers.
|Product Name||Vitamin C|
|Synonym||L-Ascorbic Acid; Ascorbic Acid|
|Melting Point||190-194 °C|
|20.5 º (c=10,H2O)|
|Solubility||H2O: 50 mg/mL at 20 °C, clear, nearly colorless|
|Colour||white to slightly yellow|
|PH||1.0 - 2.5 (25℃, 176g/L in water)|
|Stability||Stable. May be weakly light or air sensitive. Incompatiblewith oxidizing agents, alkalies, iron, copper.|
|Application:||Vitamin C participates the complex metabolic process of the body. It can promote the growth and enhance the resistance of disease. When animals lack of Vitamin C, some symptoms like loss of appetite, growth retardation, anemia etc. will appear.|
|Appearance||White or almost white, crystalline powder or colourless crystals|
|Melting point||About 190℃, with decomposition|
|Infrared Absorption Spectrum||Infrared absorption spectrum accord with the reference spectrum of ascorbic acid CRS|
|pH (with 5% water solution)||2.1 ~ 2.6|
|pH (with 2% water solution)||2.4 ~ 2.8|
|Appearance of solution||Clarity : clear; Colour: ≤BY7|
|Specific optical rotation||+20.5 ̊ ~ +21.5 ̊|
|Loss on drying||≤0.4%|
Impurity C: ≤0.15%
Impurity D: ≤0.15%
Unspecified impurities: ≤0.10%
Total impurities: ≤0.2%
|Residual solvents||Meets the requirement|
Recommendation On Use
Vitamin C can be used in wheat flour and its maximum usage is 0.2g/kg.
It also can be used in Concentrated fruit and vegetable juice and the usage should be according the requiremens of the production.
Vitamin C is used in fruit juice and carbonate beverages for prevent from going oxidative deterioration. Theoretically every 3.3mg Vitamin C can react with 1ml air. If the average assay of the air in the bottom clearance of the container is 5ml, 15-16g Vitamin C will make the oxygen assay in air be lower than critical level. And then prevent the products from discoloring and off-odor. Citric Acid can be used as synergist when Vitamin C was used as antioxidant.
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