Synonyms:Trisodium citrate; 2-Hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid trisodium salt
CAS Registry Number:68-04-2
Sodium citrate usually refers to trisodium citrate, though it can refer to any of the sodium salts of citric acid:Monosodium citrate ;Disodium citrate ;Trisodium citrate
Trisodium citrate is employed as a flavoring agent in certain varieties of club soda.
Sodium citrate is an ingredient in Benedict's reagent. Sodium citrate is used by Canadian Blood Services as an anticoagulant during apheresis. The saline compound is added in small amounts to blood collected from a donor and is included in the blood returned at the end of each cycle to avoid premature clotting.
Sodium citrate is a product of the chemical reaction Alka Seltzer produces when it comes in contact with water.
Sodium citrate is used in the relief of cystitis in women, its effect is to make the urine less acidic and therefore provide pain relief. Its is not recommended for children or men
Appearance of soluotion
Clear and colourless
Acidity or alkalinity
Comply with BP2000
PH(5% Water Solution)
readily carbonisable substances
Not deeper than standard
Loss on drying
Packing: 25kg three ply paper bag with one inner PE bag or inner PE lamination
Storage:Store in cool, dry place in well-closed containers.