Organic Chemicals Carboxymethyl cellulose sodium
Carboxymethyl cellulose sodium is an anionic water soluble polymer derived from cellulose.
It is odorless, tasteless and nontoxic. It has the following properties making it useful in a wide variety of applications.
1. Easy Solubility in cold and hot water
2. Fine film forming properties
3. Resistance to oil greases and solvents
4. Better thickening action
5. Physiological inertness
6. Anionic character
7. Binding properties
8. Suspending characteristics
9. Gives transparent film
10. Acts as a protective colloid reducing water losses
Carboxymethyl cellulose sodium is widely used in fruit products, beverage, dairy products, ice cream, dressing and sauce, instant noodle, fast-dissolving food, canned food, cosmetics, toothpaste, papermaking, oil drilling as filtration reducer for drilling fluid, ceramics, etc.
Molecular Formula: C8H16NaO8
Melting Point (℃): 300℃
Boiling Point (℃): 527.1°C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point (℃): 286.7°C
Water Solubility: soluble
Risk Codes: R40;
Safety Description: S24/25;