|Product Name:||Sodium Nitrite NaNO2||Solubility:||Soluble|
|Storage:||Dry Place||Appearance:||White Or Slightly Yellowish Powder|
99% NaNO2 Sodium Nitrite,
ISO9001 NaNO2 Sodium Nitrite,
ISO14001 sodium nitrite in meat
NaNO2 Sodium Nitrite Food Grade Sodium Nitrite Coloring Agent For Meat Products
Sodium nitrite is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula NaNO2. It is a white to slightly yellowish crystalline powder that is very soluble in water and is hygroscopic. It is a useful precursor to a variety of organic compounds, such as pharmaceuticals, dyes, and pesticides, but it is probably best known as a food additive used in processed meats and (in some countries) in fish products.
Sodium nitrite (NaNO2) is one of the most commonly used food additives in the production of meat products. Sodium nitrite is a strong oxidant, and it binds to hemoglobin after entering the bloodstream, causing tissue hypoxia, causing the human body to appear bruised and poisoned. The appearance of sodium nitrite is very similar to that of table salt, and it is easy to be misused. As a food additive, sodium nitrite is allowed to be added to cured meat products, braised meat products, smoked barbecue meat, fried meat, Western-style ham, meat enema, fermented meat products, canned meat and meat products processing Its characteristic is that it can increase the freshness of meat, and has the effect of inhibiting microorganisms, helping to maintain the structure and nutritional value of meat products. The shortcomings of sodium nitrite are also obvious. Because it is a highly toxic substance in food additives, the human body's limit intake cannot exceed 0.3 G at a time. If it exceeds this limit, it will cause human body sodium nitrite poisoning. ,even death. Therefore, it should be used as little as possible or not used in food production.
|Index Item||Super grade||first grade||Qualified grade||Index Item|
|Content of Sodium nitrite||99%||98.50%||98%||98.50%|
|Content of Sodium nitrate||0.80%||1.30%||/||1.26%|
|Content of Chloride (NaCl)||0.10%||0.17%||0.11%|
|Content of insolubles in water||0.05%||0.06%||0.10%||0.02%|
1. Chromatography analysis.
2. Spot analysis is used to determine mercury, potassium and chlorate.
3. Diazotization reagent.
4. Nitrosation reagents.
5. Soil analysis.
6. Serum bilirubin is measured in the liver function test.
7. A mordant for fabric dyeing.
8. Bleaching agent for silk and linen.
9. Metal heat treatment agent.
10. Corrosion inhibitor for steel.
11. Antidote to cyanide poisoning.
12. Laboratory analysis reagents.
13. It is used as a coloring agent, antimicrobial agent and preservative in the processing of meat products.
14. Bleaching agent for silk and linen.
Sodium Nitrite should be placed in low temperature, dry and ventilated warehouse. The doors and windows shall be tight to prevent direct sunlight. It shall be stored in isolation from organic matter, inflammable matter and reducing agent, and isolated from fire source.
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