sodium lactate
The sodium salt of lactic acid; used as a food additive and ingredient in lotions etc

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  • Sodium lactate — is a compound with formula NaC3H5O3. It is the sodium salt of lactic acid.It may be used in shampoo products and other similar items such as liquid soaps. It has E number E325 …   Wikipedia

  • sodium lactate — n a hygroscopic syrupy salt C3H5NaO3 used chiefly as an antacid in medicine and as a substitute for glycerol * * * [USP] the sodium salt of racemic or inactive lactic acid, used intravenously in one sixth molar solution as a fluid and electrolyte …   Medical dictionary

  • sodium lactate — Chem. a water soluble, hygroscopic salt, C3H5NaO3, used in solution in medicine to treat metabolic acidosis, usually by injection. * * * …   Universalium

  • sodium lactate — noun : a hygroscopic syrupy salt CH3CHOHCOONa used chiefly as an antacid in medicine and as a substitute for glycerol * * * Chem. a water soluble, hygroscopic salt, C3H5NaO3, used in solution in medicine to treat metabolic acidosis, usually by… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sodium fluoride — IUPAC name Sodium fluoride …   Wikipedia

  • Sodium monofluorophosphate — IUPAC name Disodium phosphorofluoridate …   Wikipedia

  • Sodium stearoyl lactylate — Sodium stearoyl lactate (and the similar calcium stearoyl lactate) is an organic compound used as a food additive. It is made by combining lactic acid and stearic acid, and then reacting the result with sodium hydroxide or calcium hydroxide to… …   Wikipedia

  • Sodium hypochlorite — Sodium hypochlorite …   Wikipedia

  • Lactate — Acide lactique Acide lactique   …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sodium — A metallic element, atomic no. 11, atomic wt. 22.989768; an alkali metal oxidizing readily in air or water; its salts are found in natural biologic systems and are extensively used in medicine and industry. The s. ion is the most plentiful… …   Medical dictionary

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