DeeAn Jones, Environmental Fate of Cypermethrin
Odorless white crystals or crystalline powder. Aqueous solution is neutral or alkaline to litmus, but not alkaline to phenolphthalein. Effloresces in dry air. Intensely sweet taste.
Flash point data are not available for Saccharin sodium , but Saccharin sodium is probably combustible.
Saccharin sodium may react with oxidizing agents. . Very weak base in aqueous solution.
Saccharin sodium is a type of artificial or nonnutritive sweetener. It is 200 to 700 times sweeter than sucrose but has a bitter aftertaste. Saccharin and its salts do not occur naturally. Saccharin sodium is used in the production of various foods and pharmaceutical products including soft drinks, candy, biscuits, jams, chewing gum, tinned fruit, medicine and toothpaste.
Air & Water Reactions