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Anticaking Agent (INS 536)

Also Known As : Potassium ferrocyanide


Usage Tips

  1. Anticaking Agent (INS 536) can be added to iodised salt as an anti-caking agent to prevent it from sticking together.

Common names and forms

  1. Anticaking Agent (INS 536)
  2. Anticaking Agent 536
  3. Crystal Modifier (536)
  4. Permitted Anti-Caking agent E-536
  5. Permitted Anticaking Agent 536


Anticaking Agent (INS 536) is an inorganic compound in the form of neutral salt prepared from hydrogen ferrocyanide and potassium hydroxide. It is in the form of yellow colored, free flowing crystals that are highly water soluble.

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