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Synonyms for sodium

a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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For the IV/C, sodium ascorbate was mixed with sterile water.
LiverMarin is high content silymarin and sodium ascorbate, a product of extensive research and development from the collaborating group of ATC Healthcare International Corporation, Phil.
The effect of hydrogel and solution of sodium ascorbate on bond strength in bleached enamel.
Normally, sodium ascorbate deliquesces, or dissolves, at 86 percent relative humidity and is stable below that level.
Incubation of albumin with sodium ascorbate for 1 day led to cleavage of some molecules, evident mainly on reduction (lane 8, bottom panel), indicating that most cleavages yielded nicked molecules held together by disulfides.
Efficacy of high dose sodium ascorbate against tumors in vitro and in vivo (abstract).
Crystal C is a high performance vitamin C supplement based on sodium ascorbate, which means unlike most ascorbic acid based vitamin C products, it is gentle on the stomach making it possible to take the high doses needed to be effective to help relieve the symptoms of colds and flu.
If it is reformed they've taken all the leftover bits of ham and mixed them with water, salt, sugar, preservatives, potassium nitrate, sodium nitrate and sodium ascorbate.
5) Both the dose and the dosage form were poorly described; usually sodium ascorbate rather than ascorbic acid is given intravenously.
Salt Sea salt Garlic salt Onion salt Seasoned salt Celery salt Baking powder Baking soda Sodium bicarbonate Monosodium glutamate Sodium fluoride Sodium acid pyrophosphate Sodium aluminum phosphate Sodium meta bisulfite Calcium disodium EDTA Disodium guanylate Disodium inosinate Sodium biphenyl-2-yl oxide Sodium formate Sodium acetate Sodium diacetate Sodium ascorbate Sodium erythorbate Sodium tartarates Sodium potassium tartarates Sodium orthophosphates Sodium maleate Sodium alginate Sodium & potassium polyphosphates Sodium carboxymethylcellulose Dioctyl sodium sulphosuccinate Sodium carbonate Sodium aluminum phosphate Sodium aluminum silicate Sodium citrate Sodium sulfite Sodium caseinate Sodium benzoate Sodium sorbate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrite Sodium bisulfite
Warm milk to 35 [degrees] C; blend dry ingredients including Lutein 5% TG and sodium ascorbate and add to the warm milk; heat up to 65
But the sodium ascorbate (vitamin C) or its cousin, sodium erythorbate, that companies add to their cold cuts diminishes the already-small risk.
2) Adoctor in America, a pioneer in megavitamin therapy, over a long period of time gave patients heroic doses of sodium ascorbate.
To counter this, manufacturers have lowered sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate levels and often add antioxidants like sodium ascorbate (a form of vitamin C) to help prevent nitrosamine formation.
When treating a serious disease, however, I always use ascorbic acid by mouth or sodium ascorbate by vein or shot.