Disodium Hydrogen Phosphate
Disodium Hydrogen Phosphate is in anhydrous and hydrated forms. The hydrated is a dodecahydrate, colorless to white orthorhombic, with relative density of 1.52. When heated to 240 and higher, it becomes sodium pyrophosphate. The anhydrous is white crystalline powder with hygroscopicity, can become heptahydrate exposed in air. It can be used as an emulsifier, improver, buffer, nutrient supplement, fermentation aid, pH regulator, binder, and chelating agent.
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