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EINECS 232-536-8
CAS No. 68424-04-4 Density N/A
PSA 167.53000 LogP -1.45800
Solubility soluble in water Melting Point >130°
Formula (C6H10O5)n Boiling Point N/A
Molecular Weight 342.29648 Flash Point N/A
Transport Information N/A Appearance Odourless; No foreign taste,Free flowing powder
Safety When heated to decomposition it emits acrid smoke and irritating fumes. Risk Codes N/A
Molecular Structure Molecular Structure of 68424-04-4 (Polydextrose) Hazard Symbols N/A

Litesse;Litesse 2;Litesse II;Litesse III;Litesse III Syrup;Litesse Ultra;Polydextrose A;Polydextrose F;Polydextrose K;Sta-Lite III;Sta-Lite IIIF;


Polydextrose Chemical Properties

The Molecular formula of Polydextrose (68424-04-4):(C6H10O5)n  
The Molecular Structure of Polydextrose (68424-04-4) is: 
Solubility in water:soluble 
Appearance:White to almost white powder
Synonyms: Poly-d-glucose ; Polydextrose,untreated,fcc ; Dextrose/ sorbitol condensation polymer ; Polydextrose solution    

Polydextrose Uses

 Polydextrose (68424-04-4) is commonly used as a replacement for sugar, starch, and fat in commercial beverages, cakes, candies, dessert mixes, breakfast cereals, gelatins, frozen desserts, puddings, and salad dressings. Polydextrose is frequently used as an ingredient in low-carb, sugar-free and diabetic cooking recipes. It's also used as a humectant, stabiliser and thickening agent. Polydextrose (68424-04-4)  is a form of soluble fiber and has shown healthful prebiotic benefits when tested in animals.It contains only 1 kcal per gram and therefore is able to help reduce calories.

Polydextrose Production

From glucose, sorbitol alcohol and citric acid mixture according to the ratio of 89:10:1, in the molten state polycondensation vacuum. The molten polymer put cold, milling, and in using potassium hydroxide and bleaching, the availability of 70% of the transparent solution. With potassium hydroxide or potassium bicarbonate, and dry-mixed powder products available polydextrose-N (ie during and after the poly-glucose).

Polydextrose Safety Profile

When heated to decomposition it emits acrid smoke and irritating fumes.

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