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Uses of Product:

Sometimes used for iodination of table salt. It is used as an antiseptic as well. This is also an ingredient in baby formula milk.

 

Technical Details
CAS No 7758-05-6
Mol. Formula KIO3
Mol. Weigh 214.02
Category Topical Antiseptic & Source of Iodine

 

Specification
Description White crystalline powder
Solubility Soluble in water; insoluble in ethanol
Clarity & color of solution 5 % solution is clear and colorless
pH of 5 % solution Between 5 and 8
Chloride, Chlorate, Bromide, Bromate Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Iodide Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Sulphates Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Heavy metals Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Loss on drying / Water Not more than 0.5 % w/w
Assay Between 99 and 101 % w/w

Uses of Product:

It is used to treat and prevent iodine deficiency. It is used in thyroid function tests and thyroid imaging and to treat hyperthyroidism and thyroid carcinoma.

 

Technical Details
CAS No 7681-82-5
Mol. Formula NaI
Mol. Weigh 149.89
Category Expectorant & Iodine Supplement

 

Specification
Description White or almost white, crystalline powder or colourless crystals; odourless; hygroscopic
Solubility Very soluble in water, freely soluble in alcohol and in glycerin
Appearance of solution 10 % aqueous solution is clear and colourless
Alkalinity Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Iodates Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Sulphates Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Thiosulphates Passes as per pharmacopoeia
Heavy metals Passes as per Pharmacopoeia
Potassium Passes as per pharmacopoeia
Barium Passes as per pharmacopoeia
Nitrate, Nitrite & Ammonia Passes as per pharmacopoeia
Iron Passes as per pharmacopoeia
Loss on drying Not more than 2.0 % w/w
Assay Between 99.0 and 100.5 % w/w

Uses of Product:

It is used as a dough conditioner. It is also added to lotions and ointments as an antiseptic, disinfectant and deodorant. It is used in animal feed to correct iodine deficiency and prevent various animal diseases. In the food industry, it is used for iodization of table salt.

 

Technical Details
CAS No 7789-80-2
Mol. Formula Ca(IO3)2
Mol. Weigh 389.90
Category Antiseptic, Source of Iodine

 

Specification
Description White crystalline powder; odorless
Solubility Soluble in nitric acid; insoluble in alcohol; slightly soluble in water
Lead Not more than 4 mg/kg
Arsenic Passes as per test
Heavy metals Passes as per test
Assay 99.0 % to 101.0 % w/w

 

Uses of Product:

Used for the treatment, control, prevention, & improvement of blood coagulation and urinary bladder calculi.

Uses of Product:

Can be used in flavorings, cosmetics, candy, gelatin, jams, jellies, soft drinks and fruit. It has the ability to minimize discoloration and retain flavor and vitamins.

SPECIFICATION

 

Name of the Product: Gum Guar USP

 

No. TESTS SPECIFICATIONS

(U.S.P.38 / N.F.33)                                        

1. Identification To Comply with Tests A & B.
2. Assay (%)

(Content of Galactomannans)

Minimum 66.0
3. Arsenic (µg/g) Maximum 3.0
4. Lead (µg/g) Maximum 10.0
5. Heavy metals (µg/g) Maximum 20.0
6. Total ash (%) (on dried basis) Maximum 1.5
7. Acid-insoluble matter (%) Maximum 7.0
8. Microbial contamination:

a)     TAMC (cfu per g)

b)    TYMC (cfu per g)

c)     Escherichia coli

d)    Salmonella

 

Maximum 104

Maximum 102

Absent

Absent

9. Protein (%) Maximum 10.0
10. Starch No blue color is produced.
11. Loss on drying (%)

(Dry at 1050 for 5 h)

Maximum 15.0

 

 

STANDARD TESTING SPECIFICATION

 

Name of the Product: Guar Gum U.S.P. / N.F.

 

No. TESTS SPECIFICATIONS (U.S.P. 39 / N.F. 34)                  
1. Identification A.    Under a microscope in glycerol, it shows pyriform or ovoid cells, usually isolated, having very thick walls around a central somewhat elongated lumen with granular contents, and smaller polyhedral cells, isolated or in clusters with thinner walls.

B.    A stiff gel forms with 2 gm guar in 45 ml of water.

C.     Gel forms with suspension of 0.1 gm in 10 ml of water with 1 ml of a 10 g/L solution of disodium tetraborate

D.    The Chromatogram obtained with the test solution shows 2 zones due to galactose and mannose..

2. Assay (%)

(Content of Galactomannans)

Minimum 66.0
3. Arsenic (µg/g) Maximum 3.0
4. Lead(µg/g) Maximum 10.0
5. Heavy metals(µg/g) Maximum 20.0
6. Total ash (%) (on dried basis) Maximum 1.5
7. Acid-insoluble matter (%) Maximum 7.0
8. Microbial contamination:

e)  TAMC (cfu per g)

f)    TYMC (cfu per g)

g)  Escherichia coli

h)  Salmonella

 

Maximum 104

Maximum 102

Absent

Absent

9. Protein (%) Maximum 10.0
10. Starch No blue color is produced.
11. Loss on drying (%) (Dry at1050for 5 hr) Maximum 15.0