Citric acid is an important organic acid, also known as citric acid, colorless crystals, often containing one molecule of water of crystallization, odorless, strong acidity, and soluble in water. Its calcium salt is easily dissolved in cold water than hot water, and this property is commonly used to identify and separate citric acid. Anhydrous citric acid can be obtained by controlling a suitable temperature during crystallization. It has many uses in the industrial, food, and cosmetic industries.
The main purpose:
For the food industry
Used in the chemical and textile industries
For environmental protection
For poultry production