Calcium Aspartate

Calcium Aspartate is used in skin conditioning products and supplements for kids to develop strong teeths & delay bone decay associated with osteoporosis, osteospurs, fibromyalgia, and fatigue.

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Molecular Formula – C8H12CaN2O8

Molecular Weight – 304.27 gm/mol

CAS No – 10389-09-0

Shelf Life – 36 months 

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Storage Condition – Keep Well Closed, protected against light, dry and at room temperature.

Additional Info –

1. Description White crystalline powder, hygroscopic.
2. Solubility Soluble in water, solution is clear, practically insoluble in ethanol, ether and chloroform.
3. Identification Positive for Calcium and Aspartic Acid
4. Specific Rotation(10% in 2N HCl)

(On Dried Basis)

+19.0° to +22.0°
5. Chloride NMT 500.0 ppm.
6. Sulphate NMT 500.0 ppm.
7. Ammonium NMT 200.0 ppm.
8. Heavy Metals NMT 20.0 ppm.
9. Arsenic NMT 3.0 ppm.
10. Lead NMT 10.0 ppm.
11. Loss On Drying (105°C for 3 hours) NMT 6.5% w/w.
12. Assay (as Calcium)(On Dried Basis) NLT 12.75% w/w
Category Description
Cosmetics Calcium Aspartate is used mainly in Skin Conditioning.
Supplement It is used as a calcium supplements for children with the purpose of
developing stronger teeths & delay bone decay which are mostly associated with osteoporosis and osteoarthritis,
osteospurs, fibromyalgia and fatigue.
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