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Sucrose esters of fatty acids are based on:
Sisterna sucrose esters are obtained by esterifying sucrose with methyl fatty acids. By varying the degree of esterification of the sucrose molecule it is possible to obtain emulsifiers with HLB values ranging from 1 up to 16 for the high mono-esters.
|Sisterna PS750-C||Sucrose Palmitate||16||emulsifier|
|Sisterna L70-C||Aqua (and) Sucrose
Laurate (and) Alcohol
|Sisterna SP70-C||Sucrose Stearate||15||emulsifier|
|Sisterna SP50-C||Sucrose Stearate||11||emulsifier|
|Sisterna SP30-C||Sucrose Distearate||6||emulsifier|
|Sisterna SP10-C||Sucrose Polystearate||2||emulsifier|
|Sisterna SP01-C||Sucrose Polystearate||1||emulsifier|
|Sisterna A10E-C||Sucrose Tetrastearate
|-||lipidic phase modifier|
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