Saccharin

Sweetener that does not provide any energy.

Saccharin

A man-made sweetener that people use in place of sugar because it has no calories.
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Saccharin

Saccharin is an artificial sweetener with effectively no food energy which is approximately 300 times as sweet as sucrose or table sugar, but has a bitter or metallic aftertaste, especially at high concentrations. It is used to sweeten products such as drinks, candies, cookies, medicines, and toothpaste. ==Origins== Saccharin derives its name from...
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saccharin

(sak´ә-rin) a white, crystalline compound several hundred times sweeter than sucrose; used as a noncaloric sweetening agent, but now proved to be carcinogenic in test animals.
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saccharin

[n] - a crystalline substance 500 times sweeter than sugar
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Saccharin

• (n.) A bitter white crystalline substance obtained from the saccharinates and regarded as the lactone of saccharinic acid; -- so called because formerly supposed to be isomeric with cane sugar (saccharose).
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saccharin

<chemical> In dilute aqueous solution this compound is 300 to 500 times sweeter than sucrose, used as a sweetening agent. ... (17 Dec 1997) ...
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saccharin

noun a crystalline substance 500 times sweeter than sugar; used as a calorie-free sweetener
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Saccharin

Sac'cha·rin (săk'kȧ*rĭn) noun [ French, from Latin saccharon sugar.] (Chemistry) A bitter white crystalline substance obtained from the saccharinates and regarded as the lactone of saccharinic acid; -- so called because formerly supposed to be isomeric with cane sugar (
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Saccharin

A man-made sweetener that people use in place of sugar because it has no calories.
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Saccharin

A sugar substitute without nutritive value made from coal tar.
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saccharin

a sweetener with no calories and no nutritional value.
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saccharin

a sweetener with no calories and no nutritional value.
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Saccharin

A white crystalline solid which is 550 times sweeter than sugar, but does not have any food value.
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Saccharin

An artificial sweetener which diluted in water is 300-500 times sweeter than the sugar sucrose. (Saccharin is o-sulfobenzimide; 2,3-dihydro-3-oxobenzisosulfonazole.)
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Saccharin

An artificial sweetener which diluted in water is 300-500 times sweeter than the sugar sucrose. (Saccharin is o-sulfobenzimide; 2,3-dihydro-3-oxobenzisosulfonazole.)
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Saccharin

Directly causes cancer.
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saccharin

organic compound employed as a non-nutritive sweetening agent. It occurs as insoluble saccharin or in the form of various salts, primarily sodium and ... [5 related articles]
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saccharin

saccharin (săk'urin) , C7H5NSO3, white, crystalline, aromatic compound. It was discovered accidentally by I. Remsen and C. Fahlberg in 1879. Pure saccharin tastes several hundred times as sweet as sugar. It is not readily soluble in water, but its sodium salt, which is sold commercially, d...
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Saccharin

Saccharin is the trade name for the compound benzoic sulphinide, a low carbohydrate ortho sulpho benzimide made from toluene and used as an artificial sweetener as a substitute for sugar.
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Saccharin

Saccharin: An artificial sweetener which diluted in water is 300-500 times sweeter than the sugar sucrose. (Saccharin is o-sulfobenzimide; 2,3-dihydro-3-oxobenzisosulfonazole.) The US government removed saccharin from its list of potential cancer-causing agents in 2000 because tests showing it causes tumors in rats proved not to apply to people.
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saccharin

Sweet, white, crystalline solid derived from coal tar and substituted for sugar. Since 1977 it has been regarded as potentially carcinogenic. Its use is not universally permitted and it has been largely replaced by other sweetening agents
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saccharin

Type: Term Pronunciation: sak′ă-rin Definitions: 1. In dilute aqueous solution it is 300-500 times sweeter than sucrose; used as a noncaloric sweetening agent (sugar substitute); saccharin sodium and saccharin calcium have the same use. Synonyms: benzosulfimide
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