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EINECS 232-553-0
CAS No. 9000-69-5 Density 1.508g/cm3
Solubility Melting Point 6.1oC
Formula Unspecified Boiling Point 415.5oC at 760 mmHg
Molecular Weight 150.13000 Flash Point 219.2oC
Transport Information Appearance yellow-brown powder
Safety Risk Codes
Molecular Structure Molecular Structure of 9000-69-5 (Pectin) Hazard Symbols

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Pectin Chemical Properties

Structure of Pectin (CAS NO.9000-69-5):
Synonyms of: CCRIS 3935 ; Citrus pectin ; Colyer pectin ; EINECS 232-553-0 ; Genu Pectin L 200 ; HSDB 1917 ; Marpee NL ; Marpee OM ; Methoxypectin ; Methyl pectin ; Methyl pectinate ; Mexpectin ; Pectin (unspecified) ; Pectinate ; Pectinic acid ; Pectins ; UNII-47EQO8LE7H ; UNII-89NA02M4RX ; UNII-O2ZUP321U8
CAS NO: 9000-69-5
Classification Code: Antidiarrheals ; Gastrointestinal Agents ; Pharmaceutic aid [suspending agent] ; Protectant ; TSCA Flag XU [Exempt from reporting under the Inventory Update Rule]

Pectin History

  Pectin (CAS NO.9000-69-5) was first described by Henri Braconnot in 1825 but provide only poor quality pectin. In the 1920s and 1930s, factories were built and the quality of pectin get a great improve and later citrus-peel in regions that produced apple juice. It was sold as a liquid extract firstly, but now pectin is often used as dried powder that is easier to store and handle than a liquid.

Pectin Uses

 Pectin (CAS NO.9000-69-5) is mainly used as a gelling agent, thickening agent and stabilizer in food. Because it increases viscosity and volume of stool so that it is used against constipation and diarrhea in medicine, and  is also used in throat lozenges as a demulcent. Pectin has been considered an excellent substitute for vegetable glue and many cigar smokers and collectors will use pectin for repairing damaged tobacco wrapper leaves on their cigars in the cigar industry.

Pectin Production

 Pectin's main raw-materials is dried citrus peel or apple pomace, and by-products of juice production. It can provide jams, jellies and other raw materials.

Pectin Toxicity Data With Reference

Organism Test Type Route Reported Dose (Normalized Dose) Effect Source
mouse LD50 subcutaneous 6400mg/kg (6400mg/kg)   Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Pharmacology. Vol. 56(1), Pg. 58S, 1960.
rat LDLo oral 30gm/kg (30000mg/kg)   Food Research. Vol. 13, Pg. 29, 1948.

Pectin Safety Profile

Safety Statements: 24/25
 S24/25:Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

Pectin Specification

  Pectin (CAS NO.9000-69-5) is a structural heteropolysaccharide contained in the primary cell walls of terrestrial plants, and was first isolated and described in 1825 by Henri Braconnot. It  is present throughout primary cell walls but also in the middle lamella between plant cells where it helps to bind cells together, and pectins are a family of complex polysaccharides that contain 1,4-linked α-D-galactosyluronic acid residues.

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