Sodium Citrate, 99+% pure - 6 lb. bulk bag


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Sodium Citrate, 99+% pure - 6 lb. bulk bag
Manufactured by ADM Archer Daniels Midland Co.   and made in the USA
Sodium Citrate is the sodium salt of citric acid. Like citric acid, it has a sour taste. Like other salts, it also has a salty taste. It is commonly known as sour salt and is mainly used as a food additive, usually for flavor or as a preservative. It gives club soda both its sour and salty flavors. It reduces the acidity of foods, so it allows spherification with strongly acidic ingredients. Sodium citrate is also used as an antioxidant in food as well as a sequestrant. It dissolves easily and acts instantaneously.
Sodium citrates are used as acidity regulators in food and drinks, and also as emulsifiers for oils. They enable cheeses to melt without becoming greasy.
Applications
Food
Sodium citrate is chiefly used as a food additive
usually for flavor
or as a preservative
Its E number
is E331. Sodium citrate is employed as a flavoring agent in certain varieties ofclub soda
Sodium citrate is common as an ingredient inBratwurst , and is also used in commercialready to drink beverages anddrink mixes , contributing a tart flavor. It is found in ice-cream, jams, sweets, milk powder, processed cheeses, carbonated beverages, and wine.
Buffer
As a conjugate base of a weak acid, citrate can perform as abuffering agent
or acidity regulator
resisting changes in pH
Sodium citrate is used to control acidity
in some substances, such as gelatin desserts . It can be found in the mini milk containers used with coffee machines. The compound is the product ofantacids , such as Alka-Seltzer
when they are dissolved in water. A solution of 5 g/100 ml water at 25ºC is 7.5 – 9.0.
Medical uses
In 1914, the Belgian doctor Albert Hustin and the Argentine
physician and researcher Luis Agote
successfully used sodium citrate as ananticoagulant in blood transfusions , with Richard Lewisohn determining its correct concentration in 1915. It continues to be used today in blood collection tubes and for the preservation ofblood
in blood banks
The citrate ion chelates
calcium ions in the blood by forming calcium citrate complexes, disrupting the blood clotting mechanism.
In 2003, Ööpik, et al., showed the use of sodium citrate (0.5 grams per kg of body weight) improved running performance over 5 km by 30 seconds.[3]
Sodium citrate is used to relieve discomfort in urinary tract infections, such ascystitis , to reduce the acidosis seen in distalrenal tubular acidosis
and can also be used as an osmoticlaxative . It is a major component of theWHO Oral Rehydration Solution
It is used as an antacid, especially prior to anaesthesia, for caesarian section procedures to reduce therisks associated with the aspiration of gastric contents.
Boiler descaling
Sodium citrate is a particularly effective agent for removal of carbonate scale from boilers without removing them from operation[4]
and for cleaning automobile radiators.[5]

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