Sodium benzoate is a product of the neutralization reaction of benzoic acid with sodium hydroxide.
On the surface, sodium benzoate is granules that dissolve well in water, have a sweetish taste, odorless or with a slight benzaldehyde odor.
Synonyms and international names
Purox S, sodium benzoate, sodium benzoic acid, E211
English. spelling: sodium benzoate, Purox S, E211, Benzoic acid sodium salt
in the food industry, for canning meat and fish products, margarine, mayonnaise, ketchup, fruit and berry products, drinks, etc.;
as a preservative in the cosmetic industry; - as a preservative in pharmaceuticals;
in the production of hygiene and cosmetic products,
in the tobacco industry to prevent mold from smoking and chewing tobacco;
as an inhibitor added to automotive engine coolants.
Used with this product:
- Trilon B disodium salt
- Trilon B tetrasodium salt
- Stearic acid MASFLEX
- Sulfamic acid