Examples mole calculations

A table explains how to calculate acids from the . This is needed to calculate the in FSSP. For , from Na-acetate to % acetic acid.

Acid Additive MoL mass + example % acid 
Lactic E270  N/A, E270 can be taken as a % directly into the modelling as lactic acid 
Lactic E325 after-lactate 112,06 (=%pure E325*90,8/112,06) 
Lactic E326 Ka-lactate 128,17 (=%pure E326*90,8/128,17) 
Acetic E260 Acetic acid N/A, E260 can be taken as a % directly into the modelling as acetic acid 
Acetic E262i Na-acetate 82,03 (=%E262i*60,05/82,03) 
Acetic E261 Ka-acetate 98,15 (=%E261*60,05/98,15) 
Di-acetate E262ii 142,09. E262ii can be taken as a % directly into the modelling (FSSP) as di-acetate. It can also be converted to acetic acid by (=%E262ii*(60.05*2)/142.09). 
Sorbic E200 n/a, E200 can be taken as a % directly into the modelling as sorbic acid 
Sorbic E202 150,22 (=%E202*112,13/150,22) 
Benzoic E210 n.a., E210 can be taken as a % directly into the modelling as benzoic acid 
Benzoic E211 144,11 (=%E211*122,12/144,11) 
Benzoic E212 160,21 (=%E212*122,12/160,21) 
Citric E330 n.v.t., E330 can be directly taken over as % in the modeling as citric acid 
Citric E331iii 258,07 (=%E331*192,12/258,07). 
Citric E332 306,04 (=%E332*192,12/306,04)
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