Agar Agar grinded for bacteriology [9002-18-0]
Agar is widely used in food as a stabilizing agent. In pharmaceutical applications, agar is used in a handful of oral tablets and topical preparations. It has also been studied in many experimental pharmaceutical applications, including as a sustained release agent in gels, pearls, microspheres and tablets.
Melting point: 90 ° C
PH value: 6.8 (100 g / l, H₂O, 20 ° C)
Bulk density: 550 kg / m3
Solubility: 20 g / l slightly soluble
Al (aluminum): ≤100ppm
As (arsenic) *: ≤1.5ppm
Fe (iron): ≤ 30ppm
Mn (manganese): ≤25ppm
Pb (lead) *: ≤0.5ppm
V (vanadium) *: ≤1ppm
Residual solvents (ICH (Q3C)): excluded in the production process
Ash (600 ° C): ≤5.0%
Loss on drying (105 ° C): ≤20.0%
Particle size (<315µm): ≥97%
Total aerobic microbial count (TAMC): ≤1000CFU / g
Total yeast / mold (TYMC): ≤100CFU / g
Labeling of hazardous chemicals and mixtures that are part of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The pictograms recommended by GHS have the shape of a square set on the top. They should contain a black symbol on a white background with a red border.
Priority rules to be observed in connection with the labeling of a substance:
– the skull and crossbones, the exclamation mark pictogram should not be added.
– corrosive effect, the exclamation mark pictogram should not be added if it concerns eye or skin irritation.
– health hazard determining respiratory sensitization, the exclamation mark pictogram should not be added if it concerns skin sensitization or irritation to eyes or skin.
Source: GHS pictograms