Vitamin C CAS NO. 50-81-7

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Vitamin C CAS NO. 50-81-7

ascorbic acid

Vitamin C CAS NO. 50-81-7

Vitamin C, an exceptional feed additive for livestock and poultry, effectively enhances animal diets by providing potent antioxidant properties that fortify immune health and augment disease resistance.

  • Item NO.:

    CAS NO. 50-81-7
  • Color:

    White or slightly yellowish crystalline powder
  • Package:

    25 Kg/Drum


The indispensable feed additive, Vitamin C, provides crucial nutritional support for livestock and poultry. Its potent antioxidant capabilities protect against oxidative stress, enhance immune function, and bolster disease resilience.




Item Specification
Appearance White or almost white crystals Crystalline Powder
Identification Positive Reaction
Melting Point About 190℃-192℃
PH(with 2% water solution) 2.4-2.8
PH(with 5% water solution) 2.1-2.6
Clarity Of Solution Clear
Colour Of Solution ≤BY7
Copper ≤5ppm
Heavy Metals ≤10ppm
Mercury ≤0.1mg/kg
Lead ≤2mg/kg
Arsenic ≤3ppm
Oxalic Acid ≤0.2%
Iron ≤2ppm
Impurity E ≤0.2%
Loss of Drying ≤0.4%
Sulphate Ash(Residue On Ignition) ≤0.1%
Specific Optical Rotation +20.5°–+21.5°
Residual Solvents Pass
Assay 99.0%-100.5%




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Vitamin C exhibits solubility in water, slight solubility in ethanol, and insolubility in ether, chloroform, benzene, petroleum ether, oils and fats. Its aqueous solution demonstrates acidic properties. Upon exposure to air, it undergoes rapid oxidation into dehydroascorbic acid with a sour taste reminiscent of citric acid. Possessing potent reducing properties,this compound gradually develops varying degrees of light yellow color during prolonged storage.Abundantly present in various fresh vegetables and fruits where it plays pivotal roles in biological redox reactions including facilitating cellular respiration,promoting nucleic acid synthesis,and enhancing erythrocyte production.

1. Enhanced collagen biosynthesis is promoted, facilitating accelerated tissue healing in oral trauma.

2. The promotion of tyrosine and tryptophan metabolism in amino acids serves to protract the vitality of muscle fibers.

3. Improve the utilization of iron, calcium and folic acid.

4. Improve the metabolism of fats and lipids, especially cholesterol, to prevent cardiovascular disease.

5. Promote the growth of teeth and bones, to prevent bleeding from the dental bed.

6. Enhance the muscle's ability to resist stress and immunity to the outside world environment.

7. The objective is to enhance the metabolism of fat and lipids, particularly cholesterol, in order to mitigate the risk of cardiovascular disease. In cases where animals are deficient in vitamin C, symptoms such as decreased appetite, growth retardation, alopecia, and anemia may manifest. Furthermore, this product exhibits potent reducing properties and serves as an effective antioxidant.



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