Safety Data Sheet

Product Name Sucrose stearate CAS Number Parchem - fine specialty chemicals 415 Huguenot Street New Rochelle NY 10801 (914) 654-6800 (914) 654-6899 parchem infoparchem EMERGENCY RESPONSE NUMBER CHEMTEL Toll Free US Canada: 1 (800) 255-3924 All other Origins: 1 (813) 248-0585 Collect Calls Accepted Section 2 Hazards Identification Classification of the

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SUCROSE

Sucrose: - OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) - Respirable fraction: 5 mg/m3 (TWA) Total dust: 15 mg/m3 (TWA) - ACGIH Threshold Limit Value (TLV) - 10 mg/m3 (TWA) A4 - Not classifiable as a human carcinogen Ventilation System: A system of local and/or general exhaust is recommended to keep employee exposures below the Airborne Exposure Limits

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SIGMA

SARA 311/312 Hazards No SARA Hazards Massachusetts Right To Know Components Sucrose CAS-No 57-50-1 Revision Date 1991-07-01 Pennsylvania Right To Know Components Sucrose CAS-No 57-50-1 Revision Date 1991-07-01 New Jersey Right To Know Components Sucrose CAS-No 57-50-1 Revision Date 1991-07-01 California Prop 65 Components

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Raffinose/Sucrose/D

Raffinose/Sucrose/D-Glucose Assay Kit (Bottle 6) Safety Data Sheet according to Regulation (EU) 2015/830 15/03/2018 EN (English) 7/34 ADR IATA 14 4 Packing group Not applicable Not applicable 14 5 Environmental hazards Not applicable Not applicable No supplementary information available 14 6 Special precautions for user - Overland transport

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Risk Assessment for School Science Activities

Risk Assessment for School Science Activities Template devised by Science ASSIST Version 1 June 2014 Name and nature of activity Performing a heart dissection Location and date of activity Name of teacher/technician Science ASSIST example risk assessment

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Sucrose (Inactive Ingredient)

Apr 07 2019Sucrose can be found in many medical dosage forms such as chewable tablets syrups lozenges or gums Sugar-free formulations of many of these dosage forms exist as well While sugar is essentially non-toxic it can be associated with dental caries exacerbation of diabetes and weight gain

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The Potential Dangers of Sucralose (Splenda)

The artificial sweetener sucralose which is sold under the name Splenda is one of the up-and-coming next generation of high-intensity sugar substitutes It is non-caloric and about 600 times sweeter than sucrose (white table sugar) although it can vary from 320

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Exposure assessment of sucrose esters of fatty acids (E 473)

11/05/2012The ANS provides a scientific opinion on the exposure assessment of sucrose esters of fatty acids (E 473) taking into account the additional information on its use as surface treatment agent for food and the additional proposed use in flavourings The Panel previously adopted a scientific opinion (2010) on the safety of sucrose esters of fatty acids prepared from vinyl esters of fatty acids

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What are the products of hydrolysis of sucrose?

Dec 16 2017Sucrose is composed of one mole of α D -glucose and β D fructose connected by glycocidic linkage at 1 and 4 carbon atoms of glucose and fructose respectively When sucrose is hydrolysed by HCl in alcoholic medium mixture of glucose and fructose is

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Is Sucralose a Dangerous Sugar Substitute?

Sugar the ingredient that is on everyone's mind In the United States more than one-third of adults are obese and dietary guidelines are cracking down on added sugar Sugar substitutes have become an increasingly popular option for people who want sweets without the additional calories In 2015 the sugar substitute business was valued at over 13 billion dollars and continues

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The use of sucrose esters of fatty acids as a food additive

Mar 04 2010The Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources added to Food provides a scientific opinion on the safety of sucrose esters of fatty acids produced by a new manufacturing method from sucrose and vinyl esters of fatty acids and an evaluation of the extension of the use of this additive to flavoured fruit beverages

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Iodine

Iodine Safety Data Sheet according to Federal Register / Vol 77 No 58 / Monday March 26 2012 / Rules and Regulations 11/01/2017 EN (English US) 3/8 5 2 Specific hazards arising from the chemical Fire hazard : Not flammable Explosion hazard : Not applicable Reactivity : Thermal decomposition generates : Corrosive vapors 5 3

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Refined exposure assessment of sucrose esters of

The EFSA Scientific Panel on Food Additives Flavourings Processing Aids and Materials in Contact with Food (AFC) issued an opinion on sucrose esters of fatty acid (E 473) and sucroglycerides (E 474) in 2004 (modified in 2006) establishing a group ADI of 40 mg/kg bw per day for these two additives (EFSA 2004 modified on 25 January 2006)

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The use of sucrose esters of fatty acids as a food additive

04/03/2010The Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources added to Food provides a scientific opinion on the safety of sucrose esters of fatty acids produced by a new manufacturing method from sucrose and vinyl esters of fatty acids and an evaluation of the extension of the use of this additive to flavoured fruit beverages In 2004 EFSA established a group ADI of 40 mg/kg bw/day for sucrose

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Identification POWDERED SUGAR

Powdered Sugar—American Crystal Sugar Company—21 November 2014 Page 4 of 4 pages Section 16 (values given here are for sucrose only) Other Information Note: sugar and starch dusts are explosive similar to flour and grain products Ignition temperature of dust cloud 350C

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Core practical 4: Investigate the effect of sucrose

Investigate the effect of sucrose concentration on pollen tube growth Practical activities have been safety checked but not trialled by CLEAPSS Users may need to adapt the risk assessment information to local circumstances Core practical 4: Investigate the effect of sucrose concentration on pollen tube growth Objectives

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Osmosis lab report

May 20 2013Graph 1:The effect of the 5-sucrose concentration on the averagepercentage change in the mass of the potato cylinders :ConclusionTo wrap this experiment up I can say that the trails that were done oneach of the 5 different concentrations were repeated for eachconcentration 5 times for higher accuracy When doing this experiment I was able to see

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Observing the growth of pollen tubes

SAFETY: Technicians should handle certain of the solid chemicals in the mineral salts medium with care (Note 2) but at the dilutions used the hazard to students is low Preparation a Collect a range of flowers b Make up the solutions of sucrose and mineral salts pollen culture medium Investigation c Place a filter paper in each of four Petri dishes moisten the paper with water and

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Material Safety Data Sheet Sucrose

57-50-1 Sucrose 100 200-334-9 Section 3 - Hazards Identification EMERGENCY OVERVIEW Appearance: white solid Caution! May cause eye and skin irritation May cause respiratory tract irritation This is expected to be a low hazard for usual industrial handling Target Organs: Lungs Potential Health Effects Eye: Dust may cause mechanical irritation

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SUCROSE

SUCROSE Chemwatch: 21998 Version No: 7 1 1 1 Safety Data Sheet according to WHS and ADG requirements Issue Date: 03/02/2016 Print Date: 29/08/2017 S GHS AUS EN RISK SECTION 1 IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / MIXTURE AND OF THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING Product Identifier Product name SUCROSE Chemical Name sucrose Synonyms

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Ethyl Acetate: A Sweet

Apr 10 2015What is Ethyl Acetate and Where is it Found? Ethyl acetate is a relatively common chemical used in a variety of industrial and products This compound liquid is colorless with a characteristically sweet pleasant odor Due to its potential hazards ethyl acetate should be stored and handled appropriately to avoid hazards to your health

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Citric acid

Citric acid sold in a dry powdered form is commonly sold in markets and groceries as sour salt due to its physical resemblance to table salt It has use in culinary applications as an alternative to vinegar or lemon juice where a pure acid is needed Citric acid can be used in food coloring to balance the pH level of a normally basic dye

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Molasses

Molasses is the thick dark brown syrupy liquid left after sucrose has been removed from the mother liquid in sugar manufacture / Molasses – Carriage on Tankers Molasses – Carriage on Tankers which will produce inhalation hazards in the compartment containing molasses residue Reacts with concentrated nitric and concentrated

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Sucrose Facts for Kids

Sucrose (common name: table sugar also called saccharose) is a disaccharide (glucose + fructose) with the molecular formula C 12 H 22 O 11 Its systematic name is α-D-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-β-D-fructofuranose It is best known for its role in human nutrition and is formed by plants but not by higher organisms Physical and chemical properties

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