benzoate of soda

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  • benzoate of soda — noun a white crystalline salt used as a food preservative and antiseptic • Syn: ↑sodium benzoate • Hypernyms: ↑benzoate * * * : sodium benzoate * * * Chem. See sodium benzoate. * * * benzoate of soda …   Useful english dictionary

  • benzoate — noun any salt or ester of benzoic acid • Hypernyms: ↑salt • Hyponyms: ↑benzoate of soda, ↑sodium benzoate * * * ˈbenzəˌwāt, usu ād.+V noun ( s) …   Useful english dictionary

  • benzoateof soda — benzoate of soda n. See sodium benzoate. * * * …   Universalium

  • Sodium benzoate — Sodium benzoate …   Wikipedia

  • sodium benzoate — noun a white crystalline salt used as a food preservative and antiseptic • Syn: ↑benzoate of soda • Hypernyms: ↑benzoate * * * noun : a crystalline or granular salt C6H5COONa used chiefly as a food preservative * * * Chem., Pharm. a white,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sodium benzoate — Chem., Pharm. a white, crystalline or granular, water soluble powder, C7H5NaO2, used chiefly as a food preservative and antifungal agent, and in diagnostic tests of liver function. Also called benzoate of soda. [1895 1900] * * * …   Universalium

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