Sodium Saccharin

Sodium Saccharin

  1. Basic Information
Product name Sodium Saccharin
Chemical name Sodium 1,1-dioxo-1,2-benzothiazol-2-id-3-one
CAS No. 128-44-9
EINECS No. 204-886-1
Molecular Formula: C7H5NNaO3S
Molecular Weight: 206.17
Structural Formula:


  1. Technical Specification
Item Specification
Identification Positive
Melting point of °C 226-230
Appearance White crystal
Content % 99.0-101.0
Loss on drying % ≤15
Ammonium Salts ≤ 0.0025
Arsenic % ≤ 0.0002
Benzoate and salicylate No precipitate or violet color appears
Heavy metals ≤ 0.001
Free acid or alkali Complies with BP/USP/EP
Readily carbonizable substances Not more intensely colored than reference
P-Toluene sulfonamide ≤ 10ppm
O-Toluene sulfonamide ≤ 10ppm
Selenium ≤ 30 ppm
Related substance Complies with BP/USP/EP
Clarity and color of solution. Colorless, clear
Organic volatiles Complies with BP/USP/EP
PH value Complies with BP/USP/EP
Benzoic acid- sulfonamide ≤25ppm


  1.  Application field

As a synthetic sweetener, sodium saccharin is 200-500 times sweeter than sucrose. It is often used in food and daily chemicals, and its main function is to enhance the sweet taste.

Sodium saccharin is used in cosmetics as an odor inhibitor, oral care, and fragrance. The application in skin care cosmetics is mainly in lip gloss, lipstick, hand cream, face cream and other products. Sodium saccharin has a risk factor of 1, which is relatively safe and can be used with confidence. It generally has no effect on pregnant women, and sodium saccharin does not cause acne.


  1. Packing

Standard packaging is 25 kg /bag,

Other package sizes are available upon request.


  1. Storage

Sodium saccharin shall be store in a well-ventilated, cool, dry area, out of direct sunlight. Keep containers tightly closed when not in use.


  1. Period of validity

36 months

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