benzoate of soda

benzoate of soda
a white crystalline salt used as a food preservative and antiseptic
Syn: ↑sodium benzoate
Hypernyms: ↑benzoate

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benzoate of soda,
a white, crystalline or powdery salt of benzoic acid, used in medicine and to preserve foods; sodium benzoate. Formula: C6H5COONa

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