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Author: Subject: Sucralose Nitrate

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[*] posted on 11-11-2005 at 09:29

could the chlorine atoms on splenda be treated with a nitrate salt or nitrite salt?
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[*] posted on 26-11-2005 at 17:50

some of it actualy looked yellow, and some was green, but now sience they mixed when i fished it out its white, strange. this must have to do with the other things in the splenda.

There is glucose and maltodextrin.

F. de Lalande and M. Prud'homme showed that a mixture of boric oxide and sodium chloride is decomposed in a stream of dry air or oxygen at a red heat with the evolution of chlorine.
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