Sodium Alginate CAS 9005-38-3
Sodium alginate is extracted from kelp of brown algae or sargasso by-products after iodine, mannitol, its molecules by beta - D - mannose hyaluronic acid (beta - D - mannuronic, M) and alpha - L - gulonic hyaluronic acid (alpha - L - guluronic, G) can be connected with the press (1-4), is a kind of natural polysaccharide, with pharmaceutical preparations auxiliary materials required for stability, solubility, viscosity, and security. Sodium alginate has been widely used in food industry and medicine.
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Physical and chemical properties
Appearance: white to light yellow granules or powders
Store at RT.
Color: White to Off-white
PH: 6.0-8.0 (10mg/mL in H2O)
Water Solubility: Soluble in water. Insoluble in alcohol, chloroform and ether.
It is widely used in food, pharmaceutical preparation, printing and spinning industry and medicine industry.
Packaging and storage