We are one of the most prominent organizations engaged in offering Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose (Sodium CMC). The offered product is a cellulose derivative with carboxymethyl groups. This cellulose is used as a viscosity modifier or thickener as well as to stabilize emulsions in various products including ice cream. It is also a constituent of many non-food products like water-based paints, toothpaste, laxatives, diet pills, detergents, textile sizing, and various paper products. The major source fiber is either softwood pulp or cotton linter of this cellulose.
Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose Properties:
- CAS Number: 9004-32-4
- Formula: C2H4O3.xNa.xUnspecified
- Deleted CAS: 117385-93-0,12624-09-8,198084-97-8,247080-55-3,37231-14-4,37231-15-5,404943-62-0,454679-81-3,50642-44-9,54018-17-6,55607-96-0,64103-90-8,654655-39-7,73699-63-5,80296-93-1,81209-86-1,82197-79-3,9045-95-8,9085-26-1
- Synonyms: Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium;Polyanionic Cellulose;Cellulose carboxymethyl ether sodium salt;Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose;CMC sodium salt;
- Form: Powder
How does it work
This cellulose derivative form takes the form of beta-(1,4)-D-glucopyranose. In cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, it is used as a bulk laxative, as an emulsifier and thickener and as a stabilizer for reagents.
Applications. Or where it is used
To treat dry, itchy eyes, this medication is used. Many things cause dry eyes, including wind, sun, heat, reading on a computer, air conditioning, and certain medications.
Cellulose and chloroacetic acid are reacted through an alkali-catalyzed reaction. The polar (organic acid) carboxyl groups make the cellulose soluble and chemically reactive. After the initial reaction, the mixture produces around 60% CMC and 40% salts.
How to use
Draw a pouch by pulling down the lower eyelid as you tilt your head back. You should squeeze out 1 or 2 drops of drops or gels directly onto your eye. Spend a few minutes looking down and closing your eyes gently. Put a finger on the corner of your eye near your nose and apply gentle pressure.
Initially, this product may cause blurred vision. Minor stinging/burning/irritation is also possible. You should speak to your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible if these effects continue or worsen.
Remember that if you were prescribed this medication, your doctor/ physician has determined that the benefit you that outweighs any risk of side effects. There are very few serious side effects associated with this medication.
Do not ignore any of the following unlikely, but serious side effects: eye pain, continued redness/irritation and changing vision.
This drug rarely causes a severe allergic reaction. You need to seek medical attention as soon as possible if you experience itching/swelling, trouble breathing or severe dizziness.
The side effects listed here are not all possible. Getting in touch with your doctor or pharmacist should be done if you notice any other effects not mentioned here.