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Sodium Propionate
Sodium Propionate
Sodium propanoate or sodium propionate is the sodium salt of propionic acid which has the chemical formula Na(C2H5COO). Sodium propionate is a common food additive that is industrially manufactured but also occurs in nature. Since it is toxic to mold and some species of bacteria, it is an especially effective additive in baked goods or other products that are susceptible to spoilage. It is a safe compound when encountered at the low levels found in food.
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Antifoam Food Grade
Antifoam Food Grade
A defoamer or anti foaming agent is a chemical additive that reduce and inhibit the formation of foam in industrial process fluids. The term anti foam agent and defoamer are often used interchangeably. Agents commonly used are oil soluble, polydimethylsiloxane and other silicone, certain alcohols, and glycol stearate. The additives are used to prevent the formation of foam or added to break the foam that has been formed.
In the industrial process, foam pose a serious problem. They cause surface defects in the coating. Manufacturers prevent efficient filling containers. Various formulas are available such as anti-foam to prevent foaming.
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Virgin Coconut Oil
Virgin Coconut Oil
Virgin coconut oil has an excellent flavor and odor because it comes from a fresh coconut. Virgin coconut oil is very effective as a moisturizing agent. This oil has antioxidant properties that are much better than normal coconut oil.
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Alpha Arbutin
Alpha Arbutin
Arbutin is a kind white needle crystal or powder, extracted from the leaves of bearberry, could accelerate the decomposition and excretion of melanin, thus reducing pigmentation of the skin and eliminating age spots and freckles, even has an effect of sterilization and anti-inflammatory. Arbutin, also known as b-arbutin, occurs naturally in several different plant species. Plants with the highest known concentrations are bearberry and mulberry. It is also found in blueberry, cranberry, wheat, and pear varieties.
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Glycine
Glycine
Glycine is one genus of the tribe of legumes (Fabaceae). In it there are two species of soy that are important to humans as a source of protein and fats, and antioxidants : Glycine max (soybean white) and Glycine soja (soybean black).
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Avocado Oil
Avocado Oil
Avocado oil is an edible oil pressed from the fruit of the Persea americana ( avocado ). As a food oil, it is used as an ingredient in other dishes, and as a cooking oil. It is also used for lubrication and in cosmetics, where it is valued for its supposed regenerative and moisturizing properties.
Avocado oil is pressed from the fruit pulp rather than the seeds. With a ratio of certain fats, extra virgin avocado oil has a high smoke point of 400 °F ( 204 °C ). This makes it extremely easy to adapt in the kitchen for cooking stir-fries, cakes, and salads.
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Stearic Acid
Stearic Acid
Stearic acid is a saturated fatty acid with an 18-carbon chain and has the IUPAC name octadecanoic acid. It is a waxy solid and its chemical formula is C17H35CO2H. Its name comes from the Greek word "stéar", which means tallow. The salts and esters of stearic acid are called stearates. As its ester, stearic acid is one of the most common saturated fatty acids found in nature following palmitic acid. The triglyceride derived from three molecules of stearic acid is called stearin. Stearic acid is obtained from fats and oils by the saponification of the triglycerides using hot water (above 200 °C). The resulting mixture is then distilled.Commercial stearic acid is often a mixture of stearic and palmitic acids, although purified stearic acid is available.
Fats and oils rich in stearic acid are more abundant in animal fat (up to 30%) than in vegetable fat (typically <5%). The important exceptions are cocoa butter and shea butter, where the stearic acid content (as a triglyceride) is 28–45%.
In terms of its biosynthesis, stearic acid is produced from carbohydrates via the fatty acid synthesis machinery wherein acetyl-CoA contributes two-carbon building blocks. Esters of stearic acid with ethylene glycol, glycol stearate, and glycol distearate are used to produce a pearly effect in shampoos, soaps, and other cosmetic products. They are added to the product in molten form and allowed to crystallize under controlled conditions. Detergents are obtained from amides and quaternary alkylammonium derivatives of stearic acid.
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Triacetin
Triacetin
Triacetin is a triester of glycerol manufactured through chemical synthesis.
Triacetin is a triester of glycerol widely used as emulsifier in food and beverage industries. As a food additive, Triacetin can be used in a wide variety of industries including: food production, beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and various other industries.
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EDTA 4NA
EDTA 4-NA
EDTA 4-Na appears white crystal powder. It can be soluble in water and acid, but cannot be soluble in alcohol and other organic solvents. In shampoos, cleaners, and other personal care products, EDTA salts are used as a sequestering agent to improve their stability in air.
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Propylene Glycol USP PG USP
Propylene Glycol USP (PG USP)
Propylene glycol, also called propane-1,2-diol, is an organic compound with the chemical formula C3H8O2. It is a viscous colorless liquid which is nearly odorless but possesses a faintly sweet taste. Chemically it is classed as a diol and is miscible with a broad range of solvents, including water, acetone, and chloroform.
It is produced on a large scale and is primarily used in the production of polymers but also sees use in food processing.
The compound is sometimes called α-propylene glycol to distinguish it from the isomer propane-1,3-diol (β-propylene glycol).

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Silicon oil 350100010000
Silicon oil 350/1000/10000
Silicone oil / Lubricant is the lubricant that can be used as a hot liquid, lubricants mold / mold, main ingredients polish, and lubricants rubber, and plastic. Having diverse variations viscosity ( viscosity) of 100 s / d 10000 cps. Example Silicone Oil 350 / 1000/10000.
Silicone oils are primarily used as lubricants, thermic fluid oils or hydraulic fluids. They are excellent electrical insulators and, unlike their carbon analogues, are non-flammable. Their temperature stability and good heat-transfer characteristics make them widely used in laboratories for heating baths ("oil baths") placed on top of hotplate stirrers, as well as in freeze-dryers as refrigerants. Silicone oil is also commonly used as the working fluid in dashpots, wet-type transformers, diffusion pumps and in oil-filled heaters.
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NonIodized Salt
Non-Iodized Salt
Sodium chloride, also known as table salt, or halite, is a chemical compound with the molecular formula NaCl. This compound is a salt that most affect ocean salinity and the extracellular fluid of many multicellular organisms. As a major component of salt, sodium chloride is often used as a spice and food preservative.
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