sodium lactate


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sodium lactate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′lak‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CHOHCOONa A water-soluble, hygroscopic, yellow to colorless, syrupy liquid; solidifies at 17°C; used in medicine, as a corrosion inhibitor in antifreeze, and a hygroscopic agent.
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When different organic acids were comprehensively evaluated, it was shown that dietary sodium propionate, sodium butyrate, sodium fumarate, or sodium succinate enhanced the growth of Litopenaeus vannamei, but sodium citrate, sodium formate, sodium acetate, or sodium lactate had no effect (Silva et al.
In this experiment Gelofusine was used instead of Compound Sodium Lactate (CSL) to simulate a higher viscosity fluid (Relative Viscosity 1.
A spokesperson for a leading company that produces meats preserved with sodium lactate notes that "FDA [U.
A sodium lactate solution in ASW was prepared by neutralizing a 10,000 mg/L lactic acid solution with 1 M NaOH.
When sodium pyruvate was used as a substrate with NADH coenzyme, the enzyme activity was 5 times greater than the activity measured with sodium lactate and NAD+ under the conditions given in the assay procedure.
2004) found that sodium citrate in comparison with sodium bicarbonate and sodium lactate produced the highest blood pH and bicarbonate concentration but was less effective than the other substances in respect of sprint performance.
To treat the tainted groundwater, engineers often pump hydrogen-yielding substances such as sodium lactate into the ground, where they react with TCE by removing its chlorine atoms.
In their randomized, double-blind, controlled study of 80 patients scheduled to undergo diagnostic gynecologic laparoscopy, the researchers compared the effects of preoperative administration of a large volume of compound sodium lactate (2.
The bicarbonate/lactate solutions are prepared in a double-chamber bag; one chamber contains glucose, calcium chloride, and magnesium chloride, and the other chamber contains sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and sodium lactate.
The Petit Guerlain contains sodium lactate which most companies avoid using these days because so many people are allergic to it," she added.
PURAC recently introduced PURASAL LITE, a lactate with 75 percent less sodium but with the same properties as sodium lactate.
The wheat prolamines exhibit a great range of diversity when resolved by sodium lactate gels at pH 3.