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saccharin

noun as in artificial sweetener

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noun as in sugar

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The same happens with artificial sugars too, like saccharin, which Nolin says will typically end up going “through our digestive system and end up being excreted from our body”.

They are usually many times sweeter than sugar – saccharin is an incredible 200 to 700 times sweeter than table sugar – and some of them are hard for the body to break down.

This story, however, has a sour ending, with the two chemists falling out after Fahlberg filed a patent in 1886 naming himself as the sole brain behind saccharin.

From Ozy

Saccharin, a molecule, has a very particular shape that triggers sweet-taste receptors on our tongues, which, in turn, trick the brain into thinking it’s tasting sugar.

From Ozy

While Tab contained two artificial sweeteners – saccharin and cyclamate – cyclamate was the more important of the two.

A purple or violet coloration proves the presence of salicylic acid, which in turn indicates the presence of saccharin.

Salicylic acid, benzoic acid, and saccharin are used to preserve fruits.

Saccharin possesses some antiseptic properties, but its main use is as a sweetener.

If a bright cherry-red color forms where the two liquids meet, either benzoic acid or saccharin is present.

The saccharin will have been converted into salicylic acid, which may be identified by the usual test for that acid.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to saccharin, such as: aspartame, calcium cyclamate, cyclamates, null, null, and sodium cyclamate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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