calcium lactate


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calcium lactate

[′kal·sē·əm ′lak‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
Ca(C3H5O3)2·5H2O A salt of lactic acid in the form of white crystals that are soluble in water; used in calcium therapy and as a blood coagulant.
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subtilis, calcium lactate converted into calcite, by consuming oxygen, and produced rhombohedra crystals, The reaction activity is shown in (3) [44],
Four solution immersion pretreatment liquids were used: (a) control: soaked in distilled water, (b) calcium chloride (CCL) pretreatment: soaked in 1% (w/v) calcium chloride (Ca[Cl.sub.2]) solution, (c) calcium lactate (CLA) pretreatment: soaked in 1% (w/v) calcium lactate solution, and (d) calcium gluconate (CGL) pretreatment: soaked in 1% (w/v) calcium gluconate solution.
Initially, six calcium salts, tricalcium phosphate, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, calcium lactate, calcium citrate malate, and Calci K[R], were added to coffee, and the beverages were prepared with paper filters.
Therefore, this study was conducted to evaluate the effect of MAP and addition of rosemary extracts, sodium acetate and calcium lactate on the storage quality of pre-cooked hamburger patties during refrigerated storage in 5[degrees]C.
NutraCal is based on highly bioavailable calcium gluconate and calcium lactate salts, and is highly soluble in both cold and hot water.
If you are truly worried, look up these ingredients: sodium aluminum phosphate; mono-calcium phosphate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, and calcium lactate. These are used to keep the animal and vegetable fats from turning rancid.
Other forms of calcium used in fortification include calcium citrate, calcium gluconate and calcium lactate.
Minute Maid said, "The source of the calcium in Minute Maid Brand products is a combination of tricalcium phosphate and calcium lactate. Calcium lactate is a food grade material prepared by neutralizing lactic acid with lime (mineral).
Fig Newtons also contain partially hydrogenated soybean oil, calcium lactate, malic acid and soy lecithin.
A GP Dr Shirley Bond, who specialises in women's health, says: "Most people tolerate calcium lactate found in milk.
Calcium citrate, calcium lactate, calcium gluconate, and calcium phosphates are less commonly used as supplements in children (see Table 5).