Sodium citrate is manufactured by the neutralization of citric acid with sodium hydroxide. Odorless and with a slightly salty taste, the sodium citrate from Cargill is available in the form of white translucent crystals, in the granular and fine granular presentations, for use in various applications.
||Trisodium citrate dihydrate||Acts as plugging agent.|
||Trisodium citrate dihydrate||Acts in the stabilization of protein as a sequestrant and plugging agent.|
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