Uses: Typical products include bouillon's. Used as a preservative in liquorice, as a pickling agent and as a flavour-enhancing additive in meat and poultry.
May irritate the skin, harmful if ingested.Skin or eye contact may cause pain or redness. Inhalation or ingestion in large doses can produce nausea, vomiting, and chest or abdominal pain in some people.
Sodium acetate has the potential to ignite or explode if exposed to direct flame or a continued heating source.
Description: Food acid. The sodium salt of acetic acid, E260.Acts as a buffer in foods.
Technical grade sodium acetate is used as a mordant in dyeing processes, as buffers in petroleum production, and for kidney dialysis processes.
Also known as Sodium Acetates, Sodium Hydrogen Acetate, Sodium Diacetate.
In plastic manufacturing it is used as a retarder for some elastomers.