CMC/Carboxymethyl Cellulose Sodium
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CMC/Carboxymethyl Cellulose Sodium

CAS #9000-11-7

Carboxymethyl cellulose sodium is the most widely used and most used in the world today.



Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) is an anionic cellulose ether with a white or slightly yellow flocculent fiber powder or white powder, odorless, tasteless and non-toxic; easily soluble in cold water or hot water, forming a certain viscosity. clear solution.

Viscosity (1%, Soln.)D.SPurityApplication Recommendation
FOOD GRADE30-500.7-0.9,  >0.9Soft Drinking
100-2000.7-0.9,  >0.9Juice, Yogurt etc.
300-5000.7-0.9,  >0.9Juice, Milk Drinking etc
800-12000.7-0.9,  >0.9Ice Cream, Juice etc
1000-20000.7-0.9,  >0.9Juice, Yogurt, Instant Noodle, etc
2000-30000.7-0.9,  >0.9Ice Cream, Bakery, Soft Drinking, etc.
3000-40000.7-0.9,  >0.9Bakery, etc.
4000-50000.7-0.9,  >0.9Bakery, Meat, etc.
5000-60000.7-0.9,  >0.9Bakery, Meat, etc.
6000-70000.7-0.9Meat product, etc.
7000-80000.7-0.9Meat product, etc.
DETERGENT GRADE5-400.5-0.7Detergent(Powder), etc.
OIL DRILLING GRADEApparent Viscosity,mPa.sFluid Loss,mlApplication Recommendation
≥50≤23Oil Drilling, etc.
≤40≤16Oil Drilling, etc.
≥30≤23Oil Drilling, etc.
≤90≤10Oil Drilling, etc.

Functions and Applications

The food industry uses CMC with high substitution degree as thickener for ice cream, canned food, quick-cooked noodles, foam stabilizer for beer, etc. agent or excipient.

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