General features of Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose

 
Food additives CMC is made by substiuting the hydroxy group (-OH) of cellulose with hydrophilic sodium carbozymethyl group (-CH2COONa) and then, adding water-solubility. It shows hydroscopic property like general water-soluble high molecules.
CMC is very stable chemically and it is harmless and non-poisonous to the human body. It is extensively used for viscosity increase, quantity increase, emulsification and dispersion, adhesion, colloid protection, and suspension.
CMC is a suitable compound for not only general industry, but also Encyclopedia of Food Additives, Korean Pharmacopoeia, and the Standards for Feed Additives for Fish-Farming. It is extensively used to various industries.
   
  Physical Properties of CMC
 
Appearance Powder
Moisture 12% and below
pH(solution) 6.0 - 8.5
Sodium chloride 1.0% and below
Purity (Dry base) 99.0% or more
Browning temperature 180 - 225 กษ
Carbonizing temperature 210 - 250 กษ
Bulk Density 0.4 - 0.7 g/ml
  * Depending on a use, the products with over 99.5% purity can be produced.
 
 
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