JRS - K55
Almagate is a type of antacid which contains aluminum and magnesium and is known by other names such as Almax, Deprece, Obetine and Tisacid. The IUPAC name of the drug is aluminum trimagnesium carbonate heptahydroxide dihydrate and the chemical formula is Al2Mg6(OH)14(CO3)2.4H2O. It is used as an antacid raw material in specific formulations and can be utilized to neutralize gastric acid and reduce the activity of pepsin. It affects gastric ulcer caused by bile reflux due to its adsorption capacity of cholic acid.
ALUMINIUM HYDROXIDE + MAGNESIUM CARBONATE CO. DRIED GEL
Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Carbonate Co. Dried Gel is fine amorphous powder and can be identified by the reaction of aluminum & magnesium salts. It is odurless and practically insoluble in water but it dissolves in dilute mineral acids with little effervescence. The chemical formula is Al65(OH)213Mg26.C17O48.NH2O and it has the capacity to consume not less than 260 ml of 0.1M HCl. The mixing of two products avoids the handling complexity of two different compounds.
JRS - 54564
Bentonite is typically formed from weathering of volcanic ash in the presence of water. There are many types of bentonite clay including sodium, calcium, potassium, or aluminum depending on which element is the dominant material. It can be used for different purposes such as for drilling mud, binding, purifying, absorbing, and as a barrier for groundwater. The clay also finds application in medical, thai farming, pottery, and as bentonite slurry walls in modern construction.
Calcium Citrate has the chemical formula (C6H6O7)2Ca3.4H2O and its molecular weight is 498.432 g/mol. It is a colorless crystalline or white powdery acid that is typically found in plants such as citrus fruits. The compound is widely used as flavoring & sequestrating agent and as an antioxidant in foods. It is also utilized as dietary calcium supplements. Another application of this compound is to soften water because the citrate ions can chelate unwanted metal ions.
Calcium Chloride is a compound of calcium and chlorine that is highly soluble in water and deliquescent. Its chemical formula is CaCl2 and the molecular weight is 110.978 g/mol. It is greatly used as an acid-producing diuretic and as an antidote for magnesium poisoning. It also finds applications in brine for refrigeration plants, ice & dust control on roads, and in cement. The color of the compound is white and it is odorless and hygroscopic powder.
JRS - 3544
The IUPAC name of Bismuth Subsalicylate is bismuth;2-oxidobenzoate; hydroxide and the molecular formula is C7H5BiO4. This drug is mainly used in the treatment of nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, and diarrhea. Due to its anti-inflammatory action, it is also utilized as an antacid and mild antibiotic. When it combines with sulfur in the saliva and gastrointestinal tract, it causes a black tongue and black stools but it is temporary and harmless.
Croscarmellose Sodium has the chemical formula C28H30Na8O27 and its molecular mass is 982.44 g/mol.It is a cross-linked sodium carboxymethylcellulose compound and mainly used as a disintegrant in capsules, tablets, and granule formulations. It looks like a white free-flowing powder and was first used as a stabilizer in horse supplements. The combination of particle size and optimal degree of substitution makes it an effective super disintegrant. It develops a very strong swelling force upon dissolving in water.
JRS - 3546
Calamine has the chemical formula Fe2O4Zn and is also recognized as medipack and calamine lotion. It is a soft, white or faintly yellowish-white amorphous powder and is free from gritty particles. The IUPAC name of this compound is zinc;iron(3+);oxygen(2-) and its molecular weight is 241.066 g/mol. It is used to treat mild itchiness that can result from sunburn, insect bite, and poison oak. It can also be applied as cream or lotion to cure skin irritation.
JRS - 542
The IUPAC name of Calcium Glycerophosphate is calcium;2,3-dihydroxypropyl phosphate and the molecular formula is C3H7CaO6P. The compound is a salt or ester of glycerophosphoric acid and available in white, fine, and slightly hygroscopic powder. It has cariostatic nature due to which it is used in dental or oral hygiene products. The compound is also utilized as a nutrient supplement for calcium or phosphorous and in food products such as gelatins, puddings, or fillings.
Dried Aluminium Hydroxide Gel
Dried Aluminium Hydroxide Gel has the molecular formula Al(OH)3 and its molecular weight is 78.003 g/mol. It is widely used as an antacid to neutralize hydrochloric acid in gastric secretions. The action of pepsin can also be inhibited by an increase in pH of this gel. The compound can also be utilized in the manufacturing of lake colors, inks, glass, effluent treatment, and fire retardants. It has good solubility in dilute mineral acids and in alkali hydroxide solutions.
jRS - 415
The IUPAC name of Dimethicone is dimethyl-bis(trimethylsilyloxy)silane and its chemical formula is C8H24O2Si3. It is widely used as a moisturizer to treat or prevent different skin conditions including dry, rough, scaly, itchy, and minor skin irritations. It is a type of emollient which is used to soften and moisturize skin thus decrease itching and flaking. It is a clear, colorless, and odorless liquid which finds application in pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications.
DRIED FERROUS SULPHATE
JRS - 5456
The IUPAC name of Dried Ferrous Sulphate is iron; sulfuric acid and its molecular formula is FeSO4. This compound is also known as ferrous sulfate hydrate and ferrous sulfate dried powder. Its color is fine reddish orange or reddish brown and it is available in powdered form. It acts as a supplement to treat or prevent low blood levels of iron and usually taken in the deficiency of iron such as anaemia.
Ferric Ammonium Citrate
Ferric Ammonium Citrate has the chemical formula (NH4)5[Fe(C6H4O7)2] and its IUPAC name is 2-Hydroxypropane-1,2,3-tricarboxylate, ammonium iron(3+) salt. It can be used as a food additive and also as an acidity regulator. The compound can be utilized as a reducing agent of low reactive metal salts such as gold and silver. Other applications are in cyanotype photographic process, medical imaging as a contrast medium, and water purification. It has a molecular weight of 264.999 g/mol.
The IUPAC name of Ferric Pyrophosphate is sodium; iron(3+); 2-oxidopropane-1,2,3-tricarboxylate; phosphonomethyl phosphonic acid and its molecular weight is 745.202 g/mol. The molecular formula of the compound is Fe4(P2O7)3 and known by many names such as Actiferol Fe and Sunactive Fe. It is a mixed ligand iron complex in which iron (III) is bound to pyrophosphate and citrate and used as an iron replacement product. It is available as apple green free flowing powder.
Ferric Glycerophosphate is an orange to greenish yellow crystalline powder which is odorless and tasteless. It has the molecular formula of C9H21Fe2O18P3 and molar mass is 621.86 g/mol. The IUPAC name of the compound is 1,5-dihydroxypentan-3-yl phosphate; [(2S)-2,3-dihydroxypropyl] phosphate; iron(2+). Its topological polar surface area is 339 A^2 and the complexity is 117. It is readily soluble in water and widely used as a source of iron and food supplement.
JRS - 315
Ferrous Bisglycinate is a greenish colored powder which is also known as iron glycinate. Its IUPAC name is 2-aminoacetate; iron(2+) and molecular formula is C4H8FeN2O4. It belongs to the family of chelate that is mainly used as a source of dietary iron. It forms a ring structure on reaction with glycine and acts as a nutritionally functional compound. The compound is added to foods for the purpose of enrichment as supplements of iron.
FERROUS CALCIUM CITRATE
JRS - 54656
The chemical formula for Ferrous Calcium Citrate is C12H10Ca2FeO14 and its molecular weight is 514.199 g/mol. The IUPAC name is dicalcium;2-hydroxypropane-1,2,3-tricarboxylate;iron(2+). The hydrogen bond donor count is 2 and its complexity is 211. It has a topological polar surface area of 281 A^2.The number of the covalently bonded unit is 5 and the number of heavy atoms in the compound is 29. It is used as a supplement of iron and prescribed in anaemia.
JRS - 5465
Ferrous Gluconate has the molecular formula C12H22FeO14H2O and its molar mass is 446.139 g/mol. The compound is absorbed in the stomach and small intestine where it combines with apoferritin. It is known by other names such as Feg Iron, Simron, Loesferron, and Fergon. It helps in the easy transportation of oxygen by hemoglobin to the tissues. The color of this compound is yellowish grey or pale greenish yellow and is available in granular powder form.
JRS - 2156
Glycerophosphoric Acid is also known as 1-phosphoglycerol and glycerolphosphate. The IUPAC name of the compound is 2,3-dihydroxypropyl dihydrogen phosphate and its molar mass is 172.073 g/mol. It is available as a clear faint yellow syrupy liquid which has a particular odor and tastes like acid. The chemical formula of the acid is C3H9O6P and has a complexity of 129. It has no formal charge and the topological polar surface area is 107 A^2.
Magnesium Chloride has the chemical formula MgCl2 and acts as an excellent magnesium ion source for synthesis and biology research. It is widely used in medicines and pharmaceutical industries as a source of magnesium which is essential for many cellular activities. It is highly soluble in water and also utilized as a cathartic and in alloys. The compound can easily be extracted from brine and seawater. It has a molecular weight of 95.205 g/mol.
Magnesium Citrate has the chemical formula C6H6MgO7 and its IUPAC name is Magnesium 2-hydroxypropane-1,2,3-tricarboxylate. The water retention property of this compound gives it a cathartic action. It belongs to the citrate family of the element magnesium which is able to stimulate peristalsis. It has a molecular mass of 214.412 g/mol and is widely used as a saline laxative for relief of occasional constipation. The drug is also utilized to prevent kidney stones.
Magnesium Hydroxide is popular by its other names such as brucite, milk of magnesia, and magnesium hydrate. Its IUPAC name is magnesium; dihydroxide and the chemical formula is Mg(OH)2. It is typically used in antacid tablets and liquids in laxative products to neutralize stomach acids. It exerts its laxative effects by moving all the hydroxide ions from the stomach to intestines where they attract and retain water and increase peristalsis. It is available in white color and is odorless.
Magnesium Stearate is lightweight and very fine powder and available in white color. The IUPAC name of the compound is magnesium; octadecanoate and the chemical formula is 591.257 g/mol. It is heavily used in plastic industries and as a mold-releasing agent for tablets. The molecular formula of the compound is C36H70MgO4 and the complexity is 196. It is also utilized as an emulsifying agent of cosmetics and as a stabilizer of PVC by conjugating with Ca soap.
Magnesium Trisilicate is used as a food additive and also to absorb fatty acids & remove impurities from used frying oil. The IUPAC name of the compound is dimagnesium; dioxido-bis[[oxido(oxo)silyl]oxy]silane and the chemical formula is Mg2O8Si3. It is also utilized as an antacid in the treatment of peptic ulcers. The compound has a molar mass of 260.857 g/mol and a complexity of 141. It relieves the suffering and discomfort of indigestion and heartburn.
MAGNESIUM ALUMINIUM SILICATE
JRS - 2315
Magnesium Aluminium Silicate is white, fine powder which is odorless, tasteless, and slightly hygroscopic. The IUPAC name of the compound is dialuminum; dimagnesium; dioxido(oxo)silane and the chemical formula is Al2Mg2O15Si5. It is widely used as a raw material for antacid tablets, ceramics, suspending agents, and thickening agents. The compound is also utilized as a thickener in beauty products & cosmetics and as an inactive component in deodorants. It has a molar mass of 481.742 g/mol and a complexity of 18.8.
JRS - 5646
Magnesium Glycerophosphate has the chemical formula C3H7MgO6P and its IUPAC name is magnesium;2,3-dihydroxypropyl phosphate. It has white color and is hygroscopic in nature. It is used in the treatment of high level of cholesterol, heartburn, food indigestion, high blood pressure, and magnesium deficiency. The molar mass of the compound is 194.362 g/mol and the complexity is 117. It belongs to the family of magnesium salt and is available as a tablet, capsule, or liquid solution for oral use.
JRS - 510
Magnesium Hypophosphite is a type of ionization salt based on two inorganic elements magnesium and phosphorous. The chemical formula for this compound is MgO4P2 and its molecular mass is 150.249 g/mol. It is widely used to prepare sterile formulations and as a magnesium regenerator for the treatment of acute grass tetany condition and also to prevent relapses of hypomagnesaemia. The compound is a good reducing agent so it is utilized in pharmaceutical, and chemical plating fields.
JRS - 506
Magnesium Sulphate is an inorganic salt which belongs to the alkaline earth metal sulfates. Its chemical formula is MgSO4 and molecular mass is 120.361 g/mol. It acts as the main ingredient of bath salts and is also used as a beauty product. The compound is utilized by athletes to soothe sore muscles and also to remove splinters. Another application of this chemical is in the treatment of severe toxemias of pregnancy and acute nephritis in children.
JRS - 3210
The IUPAC name of Manganese Glycerophosphate is 2,3-dihydroxypropyl phosphate; manganese (2+) and it has a molecular weight of 224.995 g/mol. It is completely soluble in water and is tasteless & odorless. This compound finds applications in various fields including animal health, food & beverage, sports nutrition, and vitamins & minerals. It assists in the proper absorption of calcium, carbohydrates, and fats. The compound improves the functioning of nerves & brain and helps fighting free radicles.
MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE POWDER (101-102-200)
Microcrystalline Cellulose Powder (101-102-200) is available as a fine white powder and consists of free-flowing, nonfibrous particles. Its molecular weight is 504.438 g/mol and is known by many other names such as Dextrin, Fortodex, Caloreen, and Nutriose. This powder is produced by the acidic hydrolysis of potato starch. The product is highly soluble in water and its color is white to slightly yellow. The powder can be identified by putting it in iodine solution which gives a red color upon mixing.