Sodium Citrate Anhydrous AR

Sodium Citrate Anhydrous AR

135.00 - 175.00 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Usage For Food, Pharma, Nutra, Biotech,Cosmetics and Laboratory
  • Purity 99%
  • Solubility Soluble in Water
  • Shelf Life 5 Years
  • Storage Room Temperature
  • CAS No 6132-04-3
  • Shape Crystal
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Sodium Citrate Anhydrous AR Price And Quantity

  • 25 Kilograms
  • 135.00 - 175.00 INR/Kilograms

Sodium Citrate Anhydrous AR Product Specifications

  • 5 Years
  • Room Temperature
  • NLT 8.5
  • Crystal
  • 6132-04-3
  • For Food, Pharma, Nutra, Biotech,Cosmetics and Laboratory
  • 99%
  • Soluble in Water
  • White Solid
  • Solid
  • Pharmaceutical
  • AR
  • C6H9Na3O9 or C6H5Na3O7.2H2O

Sodium Citrate Anhydrous AR Trade Information

  • Mumbai / Mudra
  • Cash in Advance (CID) Cash Advance (CA)
  • 2000 Kilograms Per Week
  • 1 Week
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • 25 kg Polyethylene Bag With Inner Liner, Other packing on request Charge will be extra
  • Australia South America Eastern Europe Western Europe Middle East Central America Africa Asia North America
  • All India
  • Halal / Kosher/ ISO 9001-2015/ FSSAI

Product Description

Sodium Citrate Anhydrous AR

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 of   club soda. It is common as an ingredient in   bratwurst, and is also used in commercial   ready-to-drink   beverages and   drink mixes, contributing a tart flavor. It is found in gelatin mix[citation needed], amongst others.

Sodium citrate can be used as an emulsifier when making cheese. It allows the cheese to melt without becoming greasy by stopping the fats from separating out.

Sodium citrate in a kitchen pantry, it is frequently used as an emulsifier, especially for cheeses.


As a   conjugate base   of a weak acid, citrate can perform as a   buffering agent   or   acidity regulator, resisting changes in   ph. It is used to control   acidity   in some substances, such as   gelatin desserts. It can be found in the milk minicontainers used with coffee machines. The compound is the product of   antacids, such as   alka-seltzer, when they are dissolved in water.[medical uses[edit]

In 1914, the   belgian   doctor   albert hustin   and the   argentine   physician and researcher   luis agote   successfully used sodium citrate as an   anticoagulant   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 of   blood   in   blood banks. The citrate ion   chelates   calcium ions in the blood by forming   calcium citrate   complexes, disrupting the blood clotting mechanism. Recently, trisodium citrate has also been used as a locking agent in vascath and haemodialysis lines instead of heparin due to its lower risk of systemic anticoagulation.[3]

In 2003. Showed the use of sodium citrate (0.5 g/kg body weight) improved running performance over 5   km by 30 seconds.[4]

Sodium citrate is used to relieve discomfort in urinary-tract infections, such as   cystitis, to reduce the acidosis seen in distal   renal tubular acidosis, and can also be used as an osmotic   laxative. It is a major component of the   who oral rehydration solution.

It is used as an antacid, especially prior to anaesthesia, for   caesarian section   procedures to reduce the   risks   associated with the aspiration of gastric contents.



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