Scleroglucan, Sclerotium Gum, Vis-SC, Technical Grade

Scleroglucan, Sclerotium Gum, Vis-SC, Technical Grade

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General Description

Scleroglucan is a branched polysaccharide produced by a filamentous fungus Sclerotium rolfsii. The primary structure of scleroglucan consist of a backbone of repeating β(1 → 3)-linked glucose residues with approximately every third residue bearing a β(1 → 6)-linked D-glucose branch. This large and complex fungal polysaccharide is soluble in water and is considered a rigid, rod-like, shear thinning β-glucan. In basic solutions, scleroglucan has a tendency to self-associate as a semi-reversible triple helix.


Other name: Sclerotium Gum

CAS No.: 39464-87-4



Thickener, Suspension Agent, Binder, Emulsifier, Stabilizer and Viscosity Agent.


Grades and Specifications




Light yellow powder

Particle size, through 80 mesh

Min. 90%

Moisture, %

Max. 12


6.0 – 7.0

Viscosity, 1%, 25°C, 3#60rpm, mPa.s

Min. 600

Viscosity, 1%, 20% NaCl, 25°C, 3#60rpm, mPa.s

Min. 600

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