Name: choline chloride
IUPAC name: 2-hydroxy-N,N,N-trimethylethanaminium chloride, (2-hydroxyethyl)trimethylammonium chloride, (β-Hydroxyethyl)trimethylammonium chloride
CAS number: 67-48-1
Melting point: 302℃(decomposes)
Molecular formula: HOCH2CH2N(CH3)3Cl
Molecular weight: 139.63
Specification: feed grade
Purity(dry basis): 49.0% - 51.0%
Our product, choline chloride 50% silica carrier, offers choline which occurs naturally in fungi, hop and kingcups and as integral part of lecithin. Choline chloride is mass produced for its vital functions in cell. It is made an important additive in feed especially for chickens where it accelerates growth. In fact, choline chloride also has prominence effects on improving the quality and quantity of eggs and meat. In addition, lack of choline will result to fatty liver diseases, retarded growth, reduced egg-laying rate and increased mortality.
Choline is very important for a number of fundamental processes. It is an essential for nervous system, because it ensures the proper function of nervous system. It plays a vital role in building and maintaining cell structures, forming acetylcholine for the transmission of impulses, preventing perosis in poultry, building lecithin, promoting the fat metabolism in the liver, etc.
Choline chloride on silica carrier is commonly used as fodder. It is produced under pressure and room temperature by reaction of trimethylammonium chloride with ethylene oxide in closed systems. The reaction product choline chloride is free of ethylene oxide because it is entirely consumed in the production process.
The choline chloride 50% silica carrier should be stored in cool, ventilated place where it can be kept from water as well as light. The temperature should be no higher than 40℃. The product is packed with plastic lining or white P.P .bag, 25kg in one bag.
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We are a China-based choline chloride 50% silica carrier manufacturer and supplier. We also provide allicin, feed grade yeast powder, betaine anhydrous, betaine hydrochloride, corn gluten powder, and more.