sodium propionate


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sodium propionate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′prō·pē·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CH2COONa Deliquescent, transparent crystals; soluble in water, slightly soluble in alcohol; used as a fungicide, and mold preventive.
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Meanwhile, the total amount of molts was highest in the sodium citrate treatment, followed by the sodium propionate treatment, and the lowest was in the control.
vannamei, whereas sodium acetate and sodium propionate enhanced these activities (Silva et al.
examines applications of Sodium Propionate, its consumers
On the other hand, Grovum (1995) reported that the increase in ruminal fluid osmolality by intraruminal infusion of the same dose of hyperosmotic NaCl, PEG, sodium acetate or sodium propionate resulted in the same-sized decreases in alfalfa pellet intake by sheep.
As sodium propionate is a chemical ingredient, it is included in the list of artificial preservatives for food, which is a factor limiting its usage as a food ingredient in a variety of edible products.
Reductions by the sodium propionate or potassium sorbate treatments were only 0.
In a separate agreement, US Salt also announced that it has entered into a long-term tolling relationship with DCV to continue manufacturing calcium propionate, sodium propionate and calcium acetate at its plant in Verona, Md.
price increase for calcium and sodium propionates, effective January 1st 2004, for its North American market.
The expansion adds a total of 6,000 metric tons (or 13 million pounds) of production for calcium and sodium propionates and has been commercially operational since May 1, 2003.