|Loss on drying≤%||1|
|Packing||in 25kg bag|
|Storage||20℃, 2 years.|
|Shipping||Room temperature in China; may vary elsewhere|
|Common Names||Sodium Tartrate | Disodium (2R,3R)-2,3-dihydroxysuccinate | Disodium tartrate|
|CAS No.||868-18-8||Boiling Point (℃)||399.3ºC|
|Molecular Weight||194.051||Melting Point (℃)||302oFºC|
|Appearance||White powder||Vapor Specific Gravity||1.818|
|HS Code||2918130000||Flash Point (℃)||209.4ºC|
|Solubility||Soluble in water, aqueous solution is weakly alkaline, insoluble in ethanol||Autoignition Temperature (℃)|
What exactly is sodium tartrate?
The density of the sodium tartrate product is 1.818, and the pH value of the product is about 7.0 to 8.0. Some products have specific water solubility. From the appearance, it is a transparent, colorless squamous columnar crystal or white crystalline powder. The substance has no noticeable odor but a little salty taste. It will be a little diluted in the air, so it is recommended to store it in a dry place when storing it, as it will decompose after preheating.
What are the specific uses of sodium tartrate?
This product can be used as a chelating agent product or a unit regulator product, or even as an antioxidant synergist product, emulsifying salt, or antioxidant product. It can also be a flavoring agent in many refreshing drinks or sake products.
When processing artificial milk, sausage, jam, jelly, and other products in the food industry, you can safely add sodium tartrate or even combine it with tartaric acid to soften the sour taste of tartaric acid.