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|Description||Citric acid is a weak organic acid that is known as a commodity chemical, as more than a million tonnes are produced every year by mycological fermentation on an industrial scale using crude sugar sol utions, such as molasses and strains of Aspergillus niger. Citric acid is widely distributed in plants and in animal tissues and fluids and exist in greater than grace amounts in variety of fruits and vegetables, most notably in citrus fruits such as lemon and limes. Citric acid is mainly used as an acidifier, flavoring agent and chelating agent.|
|Synonyms||1,2,3-Tricarboxy-2-hydroxypropane; 2-hydroxypropanetricarboxylicacid; acidecitrique; Aciletten; Anhydrous citric acid; anhydrouscitricacid; beta-Hydroxytricarballylic acid; beta-hydroxytricarballylicacid|
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