Citric Acid Anhydrous
Citric acid is a weak organic acid commonly used in the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry. Anhydrous citric acid has had the water molecules removed and is usually in a dry, powdered formulation. Citrate or citric acid is often used to adjust pH, to add sour flavor to foods and beverages, and to form the salt derivative of minerals and metals for pharmaceuticals, as in the case of potassium citrate, a dietary supplement.
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