benzoate


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benzoate

[′ben·zə‚wāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt or ester of benzoic acid, formed by replacing the acidic hydrogen of the carboxyl group with a metal or organic radical.
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Reassessing our long-term strategic plan for our key intermediates, our expectations for benzoic acid continue to show strong growth and track according to plan," commented Hubert Degens, vice president of the Emerald Kalama Chemical benzoates and intermediates business.
Reassessing our long-term strategic plan for our key intermediates, our expectations for benzoic acid continue to show strong growth and track according to plan," said Hubert Degens, vice president of the Emerald Kalama Chemical Benzoates and Intermediates business.
As Richard Laming from the British Soft Drinks Association explains: "The FSA has assured us that the apparent concerns regarding sodium benzoate have already been investigated and it sees no reason to change its view that sodium benzoate is unsafe.
Another possibility is that the aluminum can is in some way involved in the generation of benzene from ascorbic acid and potassium benzoate in soda.
and then followed 24 h later by estradiol benzoate (EB; Sigma, USA; 1 mg dissolved in absolute alcohol; i.
The results of the present study confirm Feingold's original observations by demonstrating that consumption of artificial colors or sodium benzoate (or both) resulted in increased hyperactivity in three-year-old and eight- and nine-year-old children in the general population.
A panel from the European Food Safety Authority has concluded that a Lancet study provides limited evidence that some synthetic food colours and sodium benzoate preservative cause hyperactivity in children.
Sodium benzoate is in things like tomato sauce, orange juices and squash.
SCIENTISTS at Southampton University have published a report linking artificial colours and sodium benzoate preservative to behavioural disorders in children.
The reformulation of Vimto and Panda meant they now contained only natural colours and no sodium benzoate.
THE EUROPEAN Food Safety Agency (EFSA) says it has now received missing information via Britain's Food Standards Agency (FSA) on potential health risks to children caused by mixtures of certain food colours and the preservative sodium benzoate.
On October 20, police in Inner Mongolia's Erdos City detained Yang who had a large amount of caffeine and sodium benzoate concealed in his a car.