sodium diacetate

sodium diacetate

[′sōd·ē·əm dī′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH3COONa· x (CH3COOH) Combustible, white, water-soluble crystals with an acetic acid aroma; decomposes above 150°C; used to inhibit mold, and as a buffer, varnish hardener, sequestrant, and food preservative, and in mordants.
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Sodium diacetate (SDA), an acetate derivative and food preservative, consists of sodium acetate and acetic acid, which have been proven effective substances for inhibition of the growth of enterobacteria and yeast [4].
Sodium lactate and sodium diacetate are widely used as antilisterial agents to enhance the safety of RTE products.
The main objective of scientists at the University of Arkansas was to determine the optimum levels of potassium lactate (PL) and sodium diacetate (SDA) needed to inhibit the growth of L.
2]O[R]), sodium diacetate, sodium or potassium lactate, and activated lactoperoxidase.
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a supplier of sodium and potassium lactate and sodium diacetate.
has developed a new application for sodium diacetate (SDA).
Acidity regulator sodium diacetate, contained in Prawn Cocktail crisps, is in fact E262.
A predictive model to describe the effects of temperature, sodium lactate, and sodium diacetate on the inactivation of a serotype 4b strain of Listeria monocytogenes in a frankfurter slurry.
The researchers sought to determine if inhibitory activity against pathogens might be improved by injecting pork loins and boneless ham muscles with potassium lactate and sodium diacetate.