Food Additive :Dry shellfish
Chemical name: disodium succinate
English name: Disodium succinate
Legal number: CAS [150-90-3] (anhydrous); CAS [6106-21-4] (six water);
FEMA3277; GB12493-90 (12.005)
Crystalline formula: C4H4Na2O4·6H2O
Molecular weight: 270.15
Anhydrous molecular formula: C4H4Na2O4
Molecular weight: 162.06
Properties: The crystallized product is white crystalline particles; the anhydrate is a crystalline powder. Odorless, sour-free, with a special shellfish flavor. When it reached 120 ° C, it lost crystal water and became an anhydrate. Soluble in water, insoluble in ethanol. Stable in the air.
Project food grade (enterprise standard)
Content (on dry basis)% 98.0~101.0
5% aqueous solution pH 7.0~9.0
Sulfate (calculated as SO4) ≤% 0.019
Arsenic (as As, GT-3) ≤ 0.0004
Heavy metal (in Pb) ≤ 0.002
Easy oxide experiment
Loss on weight loss of hexahydrate (120 ° C. 2h) ≤% 37.0~41.0
Anhydrous dry weight loss (120 ° C. 2h) ≤% 2.0
Uses: flavoring agents, buffers, sour agents. Mainly used in ham, sausage, aquatic products, seasoning liquid, etc. As a seasoning, a powdery anhydrate is generally used to accelerate dissolution.
Packing and transportation: compound bag, kraft paper bag or cardboard drum, plastic inner bag, net weight 25kg. Lightly loaded and unloaded to prevent sun and rain, and can not be mixed with harmful substances. This product is non-dangerous and can be transported as a general chemical.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Do not mix with toxic and harmful substances.
Shelf life: 1 year.