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…of sodium benzoate and water will yield benzoic acid that will serve as the active ingredient in the preservation process. It appears as white, crystalline solid, and a hygroscopic material. When not in use, the container where it is kept must be tightly closed. Sodium benzoate dissolves easily in water, and forms a colorless, transparent solution when mixed. Sodium benzoate is a product of benzoic acid and sodium hydroxide neutralization.…

…is a protection against yeast, bacteria, and molds that cause spoilage. It also acts as a formaldehyde releaser. Diazolidinyl urea is produced by a chemical reaction to the process of heating and the addition of sodium hydroxide solution into allantoin and formaldehyde. The resulting reaction mixture is then neutralized with hydrochloric acid and then evaporated. The commercialized diazolidinyl urea is a blending of various formaldehyde addition…

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