sodium dehydroacetate

sodium dehydroacetate

[′sōd·ē·əm dē‚hī·drō′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
C8H7NaO4·H2O A tasteless, white powder, soluble in water and propylene glycol; used as a fungicide and plasticizer, in toothpaste, and for pharmaceuticals.
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It might be possible to use monolaurin in combination with some commonly used antimicrobials, such as nisin, sodium dehydroacetate or EDTA.
PROCEDURE: Weigh water and add sodium dehydroacetate.
80 sodium dehydroacetate (and) sorbic acid (and) undecylenic acid) Vyox-G (Lecithin (and) tocopherol (and) 0.
Description: patented-pending sodium dehydroacetate and sodium benzoate and benzethonium chloride