Synonyms for saccharin

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And the beauty of saccharin, he confided to the others, is that it stays with you.

Mix the saccharin with the tincture of vanilla, add the aristochin and mix by trituration.

Mix the saccharin with the tincture of vanilla, and incorporate the phenolphthalein.

Mix the saccharin with the spirit of peppermint, then add the adalin, and triturate.

Mix the saccharin with the spirit of peppermint and the sulphonmethane.

Mix the saccharin with the tincture of vanilla; then add the heroine hydrochloride.

If saccharin is present, there will be a red-green fluorescence.

Sugar is an example of such foods; saccharin may be substituted when necessary.

Then water or weak tea, sweetened with saccharin, may be given, but nothing else.

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

WORD ORIGIN

white crystalline compound used as a sugar substitute, 1885, from German, coined 1879 by Russian-born chemist Constantin Fahlberg (1850-1910), who discovered it by accident, from Latin saccharon (see saccharine). Marketed from 1887 as saccharine.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SACCHARIN

artificial sweetener

nounsugar substitute
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