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Sequestrant (339(ii))

Also Known As : Disodium monohydrogen phosphate


Usage Tips

  1. Sequestrant (339(ii)) are used to prevent formation of clumps in food and also controls pH level of processed foods.

Common names and forms

  1. Acidity Regulator (339(ii))
  2. Emulsifying and Stabilizing Agent (339(ii))
  3. Stabilizer E339(ii)
  4. Stabilizers (INS 339(ii)
  5. Stabilizing Agent INS339(ii)


Sequestrant (339(ii)) is an inorganic compound which is a sodium salt of phosphoric acid. It is one of the sodium phosphates which is used as a food additive.

Selection Guide

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