- 0.02 g/100 mL (anhydrous) 0.02 g/100 mL (dihydrate)
- mainly used as a dietary supplement in prepared breakfast cereals, dog treats, enriched flour, and noodle products
- 2.93 g/cm Gram per cubic centimeter(g/cm3)
- A synthetic source of calcium and phosphorus. Obtained by processing rock phosphates into phosphoric acid, which is then reacted with calcium carbonate (limestone). Commonly used source of calcium and phosphorus in livestock, horse, and poultry feeds.
- Room Temperature
- 109C -HO
- white powder
- Technical/ IP
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is dicalcium phosphate used for?
Dicalcium phosphate is a white, flavourless, microcrystalline powder that is widely added to foods and drinks as a stabiliser, emulsifier, emulsifier of dough, emulsifier of emulsion, emulsifier of emulsion, emulsifier of emulsion, or as a nutritional supplement.
Why is dicalcium phosphate in food?
Dicalcium Phosphate (Food Grade) is a powder that is white and odourless. It is frequently used in flour, cake, pastry, and baked goods as a leavening agent, dough modifier, buffer, nutritional supplement, emulsifier, and stabiliser. As a nutritious supplement, this product is also utilised in ice cream, milk powder, and biscuits.
What nutrient is dicalcium phosphate?
a synthetic calcium and phosphorus supply. a product that is produced by turning rock phosphates into phosphoric acid, which is then combined with calcium carbonate (limestone). a common source of calcium and phosphorus in meals for horses, animals, and poultry.
What is another name for dicalcium phosphate?
Dicalcium phosphate (DCP), a mineral and member of the calcium phosphate family, is also referred to as calcium hydrogen phosphate. Phosphoric acid is used to make the salts known as calcium phosphates.
What is dicalcium phosphate in vitamin supplements?
Strengthen the Bones: Dicalcium Phosphate Powder, another type of calcium supplement, contains the mineral calcium, which is crucial for the health of the bones. Additionally, it is a source of phosphorus from the supplement phosphate, which works in tandem with calcium to maintain strong bones.
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