Trehalose CAS 99-20-7

CAS:99-20-7
MF:C12H22O11
MW:342.3
EINECS:202-739-6
Synonyms:D-(+)-TREHALOSE; D-TREHALOSE; TREHALOSE(P); ALPHA-D-TREHALOSE; ALPHA,ALPHA-D-TREHALOSE; MYCOSE; TREHALOSE

CAS: 99-20-7
MF: C12H22O11
Trehalose CAS 99-20-7
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What is Trehalose CAS 99-20-7?

Trehalose, also known as α, α-trehalose, is a non-reducing disaccharide formed by dehydrating between the hemiacetal hydroxyl group on the heterocephalic carbon atom (C1) of two molecules of D-glucopyranose. Trehalose is mainly divided into three types: α, α-trehalose, α, β-trehalose and β, β-trehalose. It exists in mold, algae, dry yeast, ergot, etc., and can also be synthesized artificially. It has the special function of preserving biological vitality and can effectively protect the structure of cell membrane and protein.

Specification

Item Specification
Melting point 203 °C
Boiling point 397.76°C
Density 1.5800
Vapor pressure 0.001Pa at 25℃
Refractive index 197 ° (C=7, H2O)
LogP 0 at 25℃
Acidity coefficient (pKa) 12.53±0.70

Application

Trehalose can be used in skin cosmetics such as facial cleanser to inhibit dry skin. Trehalose can be used as a sweetener, taste improver and quality improver for various compositions such as lipstick, oral freshener and oral fragrance.Anhydrous trehalose can be used as a dehydrating agent for phospholipids and enzymes in skin creams and the like.

Packaging

25kg/drum or according to customer requirements.

Trehalose-package

Related keywords

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