Clarified Xanthan Gum
Xanthan Gum is a high molecular weight anionic polysaccharide polymer produced by the fermentation of starch by Xanthomonas Campestris. It has high stability, resistance to acid and alkali, high salt environment, high temperature and low temperature freezing, anti-biodegradation, and strong anti-pollution ability. Xanthan Gum is widely used in food, personal care products, pharmaceuticals acting as thickener, suspension agent, emulsifier and stabilizer and etc.
CAS No.: 11138-66-2
E No.: E 415
Emulsifier, Foaming Agent, Stabilizer, Thickener.
Grades and Specifications
|Particle size, through 200 mesh, %||Min. 95|
|Viscosity, 1% KCL, cps||Min. 1400 - 1800|
|pH, 1% solution||6.0 - 8.0|
|Loss on drying, %||Max. 15|
|Residue of ignition, %||Max. 16|
|Total plate count, CFU/g||Max. 5000|
|Moulds/Yeasts, CFU/g||Max. 500|
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