Sodium citrate is a salt of citric acid, a natural organic acid found in citrus fruits, corn, and other foods. It is available in colourless crystals or white powder. Sodium citrate is typically sold as white, crystalline trisodium citrate dihydrate.
SODIUM CITRATE; CITRIC ACID (SOE dee um SIH trayt; SIH trik AS id) makes blood and urine more alkaline or less acidic. This helps prevent some kidney stones. It is also used to treat metabolic acidosis, a condition in some people with kidney problems.
Albrights Solution, Bicitra, Cytra 2, Oracit, and Shohls Solution.
258.06 g/mol Kilograms (kg)
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