Magnesium sulphate, usually referred to as magnesium sulfate heptahydrate (MgSO4•7H2O), is an important inorganic chemical product with a wide range of uses. There are many types of food additives, and we often hear magnesium sulfate, which is also a very common food additive, which is involved in beverages and mineral water.
In medicine, it is used to formulate protective ointments, laxatives, analgesics, antidote. Can be processed into anticonvulsant, melamycin, acetylspiramycin, creatinine, magnesium trisilicate, griseofulvin, salinomycin, mycomycin, tobramycin, nephritis, gibberellin, sulfuric acid Neomycin. In the microbial industry, used as a medium component, an additive for brewing, a nutrient source during fermentation.
In the light industry, it is used to produce fresh yeast, monosodium glutamate, beverage, mineral water, health salt, sea crystal, bathing, “Bolton” beer and stabilizer for the production of calcium hydrogen phosphate in toothpaste production. Used as a nutritional supplement, curing agent, flavor enhancer, processing aid in food additives. Used as a nutritional supplement, curing agent, flavor enhancer, processing aid in food additives. In the chemical industry, it is used to produce magnesium salts such as magnesium stearate, magnesium hydrogen phosphate, magnesium oxide, and sulfates such as potassium sulfate and sodium sulfate.