sorbate


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sorbate

[′sȯr‚bāt]
(chemistry)
A substance that has been either adsorbed or absorbed.
(organic chemistry)
A salt or an ester of sorbic acid.
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Further, the company said that Nutrinova potassium sorbate will increase by up to 6% and Nutrinova sorbic acid by up to 10% as of 1 June 2014, or as contracts allow.
Temkin isotherm is based on the assumptions that binding energies are uniformly distributed and decrease in the heat of sorption due to the sorbate and sorbent interaction is linear with coverage rather than logarithmic [27].
But nisin, EDTA, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, in various combinations, were able to significantly reduce levels of native microflora and inoculated populations of E.
o] is initial concentration of sorbate at breakthrough value (mg/dm3).
Both microorganisms showed potential for resistance to sodium lactate and to lower concentrations of benzoate and sorbate.
During 1960-70, it was common practice for cheese processors to spray cheese pieces with potassium sorbate solution immediately before packaging.
Brazilian scientists set out to see how minimally processed strawberries, stored for 15 days at 5 C, would be affected by cassava starch (CS) as an edible coating, with or without the antimicrobial potassium sorbate (PS).
The magazine ad - using what was designed to look like a child's writing - said: "I don't want pork gelatine, aspartame, locust bean gum, citric acid or potassium sorbate.
For more than four decades, the sorbic acid, potassium sorbate and calcium sorbate preservatives manufactured by Nutrinova at the Frankfurt Hoechst site have been marketed under the name Hoechst Sorbates.
By storing eviscerated fresh fish on ice that has been treated with a combination of citric acid and potassium sorbate, bacteria counts can be reduced and shelf life can be extended by several days.
Nutrinova is one of the world's largest producers of potassium sorbate and sorbic acid.
The new report has an accompanying toothpaste brand scorecard in which the group flags ingredients to be avoided such as synthetic preservatives like sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, surfactants like sodium laureth sulfate, which may contain a toxic, cancer-causing contaminant, and artificial flavors and colors bed to behavioral problems in children.