xanthan gum

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xanthan gum

(zăn′thən)
n.
A polysaccharide of high molecular weight produced by bacterial fermentation of glucose and used as a stabilizer and thickener in foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and various industrial processes.
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Part A Water 13.00 Baycusan C 1003 80.00 Xantham gum 1.20 Glycerin 2.50 Ethanol 2.50 Mathylparaben 0.20 Propylparaben 0.10 Phenoxyethanol 0.50 PROCEDURE: All ingredients are mixed until a completely uniform and homogeneous solution is obtained.
Three types of xantham gums were used: a commercial gum and two produced by Xanthomonas campestris pv.
ADM manufacture a range of xantham grades for the beverage industry, including transparent for juices and isotonic drinks, and the fine 200-mesh for rapid hydration in dry mix application.
If we are what we eat does that make us a glutinous concoction of hydrogenised soya protein and xantham gum?
Xantham gum, with an intrinsic viscosity of 112.3 L per g, was used over a concentration range of 0% to 1%.
Phase A Deionized water add to 100 Elestab 388 2.5 Glycerine 4.0 (glycerin) Emulgade CM 8.0 (Cetearyl isononanoate (and) ceteareth-20 (and) cetearyl alcohol (and) glyceryl stearate (and) glycerin (and) ceteareth-12 (and) cefyl palmitate Keltrol T 0.2 (xantham gum) Microna matte white 1.0 Mica (and) titanium dioxide (and) zinc oxide Myoxinol LS 9736 1.0 Phase B Cosmedia SP 1.0 (Sodium polyacrylate) Cetiol CC 3.0 (Dicaprylyl carbonate) Fitoderm 2.0 (Squalane) Gransil DMG-6 4.0 (Dimethicone (and) polysilicone-11) Perfume Cornflower 50-4367 0.1 (fragrance) PROCEDURE: Combine phase A at room temperature.
Part B entitled Industrial Polysaccharides includes Chapters on Trends in Food Related Research on Cellulose Gum; Microbial Polysaccharides with Special Reference to Xantham and Dextran; Current and Future Prospects for Guar Gum.
3 1/2 ounces water 3/4 ounce salt 1/2 teaspoon xantham gum 1/2 teaspoon methylcellulose To serve: