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benzoate

 [ben´zo-āt]
a salt of benzoic acid.

ben·zo·ate

(ben'zō-āt),
A salt or ester of benzoic acid. The salts are often used as pharmaceutical or food preservatives.

benzoate

/ben·zo·ate/ (ben´zo-āt) a salt of benzoic acid.

benzoate

a salt of benzoic acid.
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The soda used in this experiment will be Sierra Mist Free because it contains both ascorbic acid and potassium benzoate, has no sugar, and because the FDA has previously detected benzene in Sierra Mist Free.
Changes in plasma LH levels post estradiol benzoate administration : The peak LH concentrations recorded after estradiol benzoate injection was 15.
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Not all preparations were labeled with respect to their preservative content: 19, 8, and 1 preparation(s) were labeled for their methylparaben, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate content respectively, while 14 preparations were unlabeled with respect to one or more preservatives.
But nisin, EDTA, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, in various combinations, were able to significantly reduce levels of native microflora and inoculated populations of E.
I love the smell of potassium benzoate in the morning," I said.
The combination of sodium benzoate and lactic acid was just as effective as the sodium benzoate-lactic acid-disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid combination against both pathogens, and was more effective than the other coating treatments.
I also hit the Internet for information and came across a report on benzoic acid and sodium benzoate by IPCS (International Programme on Chemical Safety) at inchem.
Sodium Benzoate has been shown to affect various physiological systems in various species.
The report firstly introduced the Polyhydric alcohols benzoate basics: definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain overview; industry policies and plans; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures and so on.
Sodium benzoate (SB) is a chemical substance that is commonly used as a preservative in soft drinks, fruit products, pickles and sauces (Srour, 1998) and in the treatment of some metabolic (urea cycle disorders and hepatic coma) diseases.
The level of rRNA targeted by the Syntrophus-specific probe tracked with the formation of benzoate during metabolism of the parent compounds.