Magnesium trisilicate is an inorganic compound that is used as a food additive. The additive is frequently used by fast food chains to absorb fatty acids and extract impurities formed while frying edible oils. It has good acid neutralizing properties.
Prepared from Sodium silicate and Magnesium sulfate.
|Magnesium silicate hydrate,
Magnesium silicon oxide
Magnesium Trisilicate is a common antacid drug that is used for the treatment of indigestion, heartburn, or gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD).
|It is also used as
|Industrial odor absorbent
SPECIFICATIONS – USP
|A white or almost white powder
|Practically insoluble in water & in ethanol (96%)
|A) The Neutralized filtrate responds to the tests for Magnesium
B) Silica Floats about in the bead, producing, upon cooling an opaque bead with a web-like structure
|Between 17.0 to 34.0
|The residue weight not more than 38.0 mg (1.5%)
|Not more than 0.055
|Not more than 0.5
|Not more than 1.0 ml of 0.10 N hydrochloric acid is required
|Not more than 8
|Acid consuming capacity
|Between 140 ml to 160 ml of 0.10 N hydrochloric acid
|Assay as MgO
|Not less than 20.0
|Assay as SiO2
|Not less than 45.0
|Ratio of SiO2 to MgO
|Between 2.10 to 2.37
The product is stored at ambient temperature protected from moisture
25 kg HDPE bags
REGISTRATION / CERTIFICATION
2. EU-WC (Written Confirmation)
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