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    Sodium Saccharin

    Sodium saccharin: an artificial sweetener known for its intense sweetness in food and beverages.


    Chemical name: Saccharin sodium; sodium saccharin; sodium saccharine

    CAS Number: 128-44-9

    EINECS Number: 204-886-1

    Molecular formula: C7H4NNaO3S

    Molecular weight:205.17

    Product Standard: GB/BP/EP/USP


    25kg net composite paper plastic bags or 3-ply kraft paper bags with PE liners.

    Storage Condition: Kept in a light-proof,well-closed, dry and cool place.

    Shelf life: 2 years.

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    Sodium Saccharin

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    Product Overview

    Sodium saccharin is a high-potency artificial sweetener that appears as a white, odorless crystalline powder. Sodium saccharin is about 300-500 times sweeter than sucrose. Key physical properties of sodium saccharin include good water solubility (~30g/100mL), high thermal stability (no decomposition below 225°C), and stability over a wide pH range of 5-8. These properties make sodium saccharin useful in products that require high-temperature manufacturing. Often used as a zero-calorie sugar substitute in food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products.


    Item Unit Index
    Identification -- Infrared absorption spectrophotometry
    Assay % 99.0-101.0
    Water % ≤15.0
    Melting point 226-230
    Ammonium salts ppm ≤25
    Arsenic ppm ≤2
    Benzoic and salicylic acid -- No precipitate or violet color appears
    Heavy metals ppm ≤10
    Free acid or alkali -- Complies
    Readily carbonizable substances -- Not more intensely colored than reference
    P-toluene sulfonamide ppm ≤10
    O-tolune sulfonamide ppm ≤10
    Selenium ppm ≤30
    Clarity and Color of the solution -- Colorless, clear
    Organic volatiles -- Complies
    Benzoic acid-sulfonamide ppm ≤25
    The main application of Sodium Saccharin
    • Sodium saccharin in beverages acts to enhance sweetness while simultaneously reducing sugar content.
    • Sodium saccharin in candies and chewing gums is used to deliver intense sweetness, increasing the products' palatability and appeal.
    • Sodium saccharin in sauces and canned foods serves to impart sweetness and enhance the overall flavor profile of these foods.
    • Sodium saccharin in toothpaste and oral care is used to sweeten them without promoting tooth decay.
    • Sodium saccharin uses in pharmaceuticals as a sweetener to mask bitter or unpleasant medication tastes, facilitating easier chewing and swallowing of pills.

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