tartrazine


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tartrazine

[′tär·trə‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
C16H9N4O9S2 A bright orange-yellow, water-soluble powder, used as a food, drug, and cosmetic dye.
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The demand for tartrazine is expected to grow at a significant rate.
Anvisa legalizes eleven artificial food colors: tartrazine (E102), sunset yellow (E110), azorubine (E122), amaranth (E123), ponceau 4R (E124), erythrosine (E127), red 40 (E129), patent blue (E131), indigotine (E132), brilliant blue (E133) and fast green (E134).
Yang, "Cu-BTC frameworks-based electrochemical sensing platform for rapid and simple determination of Sunset yellow and Tartrazine," Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, vol.
In the present study, the development of a RP-HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of Sunset Yellow FCF, Allura Red AC, Quinoline Yellow WS, and Tartrazine in many types of foods has been aimed.
Cytogenetic evaluation and DNA interaction studies of the food colorants amaranth, erythrosine and tartrazine. Food Chemical and Toxicology, 48(10), 2934-2944.
The analytical wavelengths selected on the basis of multiwavelength densitometric scanning were as follows: tartrazine 420 nm; orange yellow 460 nm; azorubine 500 nm; Ponceau 4R 500 nm; Brilliant Blue 620 nm.
Assessment of antioxidant properties of Allium cepaon serum antioxidants and spermatogenesis after consuming tartrazine in rat.
Dans les deux etiquettes, on retrouve les memes ingredients que sont le jaune FCF, tartrazine et ponceau 4R sauf que sur la boisson destinee a la France, il est fait mention des effets indesirables de ces colorants [beaucoup moins que] sur l'activite et l'attention chez les enfants [beaucoup plus grand que].
Beta-carotene extracted from Blakeslea trispora offers a spectrum of yellow-to-orange shades for use in bakery, fillings,confectionery, dairy and beverages, where it provides an alternative to artificial colours suchas sunset yellow (yellow 6) and tartrazine (yellow 5).
For example, tartrazine and carmoisine are nitrous derivatives of azo compounds that can be metabolised to highly sensitizing aromatic amines such as sulphanilic acid (Maekawa et al., 1987; Amin et al., 2010; Feng et al., 2012), and usually absorbed in small quantities (Nihon-shokuhin-tenkabutu-kyokai, 1999).
Prepared composite used as adsorbent for the removal of tartrazine dye from aqueous solution.
Edible dyes of sunset yellow and tartrazine are usually used in foodstuff industries for improving the appearance, color and structure of food and beverage such as dairy products.