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acetic acid

Acetic acid is an organic acid that gives vinegar its sour taste and pungent smell. It is a weak acid, in that it is only a partially dissociated acid in an aqueous solution. It is an important chemical reagent and industrial chemical, used in the production of polyethylene terephthalate mainly used in soft drink bottles; cellulose acetate, mainly for photographic film; and polyvinyl acetate for wood glue, as well as synthetic fibres and fabrics. In households, diluted acetic acid is often used in descaling agents. It is also used as a food additive.

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2-Butylfuran

2-Butylfuran is a clear colourless compound used mainly as flavouring agents. It is widely used in snacks food and seasoning.

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2-Ethylfuran

2-Ethylfuran is a colorless compound with sweet burnt earthy malty odor ,widely used as flavoring agents.

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Alfacalcidol

Alfacalcidol (or 1-hydroxycholecalciferol) is an analogue of vitamin D. Used for supplementation in humans and as a poultry feed additive.It has less of an effect on calcium metabolism than calcitriol, while having more potent effects on parathyroid hormone levels and immune system, including regulatory T cells.It Used as a poultry feed additive, it prevents tibial dyschondroplasia and increases phytate bioavailability.

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Alginic Acid

Alginic Acid is an anionic polysaccharide distributed widely in the cell walls of brown algae.It is used as an additive in dehydrated products, waterproofing,fireproofing fabrics,paper,textiles,thickening drinks, ice cream and cosmetics.

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Butyric Acid

Butyric Acid is an organic compound that is responsible for the smell of butter that has gone sour. Butyric Acid is a substance that was isolated from butter in 1869. It is also known as butanoic acid or butyrate. Butyric acid, a four-carbon fatty acid, is formed in the human colon by bacterial fermentation of carbohydrates (including dietary fiber), and putatively suppresses colorectal cancer (CRC). It has diverse and apparently paradoxical effects on cellular proliferation, apoptosis and differentiation that may be either pro-neoplastic or anti-neoplastic, depending upon factors such as the level of exposure, availability of other metabolic substrate and the intracellular milieu. Butyric acid is a medium-strong acid that reacts with bases and strong oxidants, and attacks many metals. It is a carboxylic acid, as defined by the COOH group. Butyric acid is prepared on a large scale by the fermentation of starch or sugar. It is found most commonly in butter, but can also be present in some fruits. Butyric acid is also produced synthetically, through fermentation of various carbohydrates, to be used as a flavoring agent in various food products. It is also used for the production of plastics, plasticizers, surfactants and textile auxiliaries. Butyric acid and its derivatives are also being seriously considered around the world as potential anticancer agents.

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Cardamom Oil

Cardamom oil is obtained from fruits of Elettaria cardamomum.It is used for flavoring liqueurs, pharmaceutical syrups, curry sauces, confectionary, baked goods.

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Cinnamon Oil

Cinnamon oil is obtained from the bark of Cinnamon Bark Cinnamomum cassia. It is used as flavor in foods and in perfumes.

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