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 What is vegetable magnesium stearate?

Answer Magnesium stearate (octadecanoic acid) is the magnesium salt of stearic acid. Vegetable magnesium stearate comes from vegetable fats and oils and is commonly used as a binding agent and lubricant i... Read More »
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What is magnesium stearate used for?

Magnesium stearate is an alkaline earth metal salt of the straight chain, 18-carbon saturated fatty acid known as stearic acid. It is not very different chemically from soap, and is, in fact, a maj... Read More »
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Where does magnesium stearate come from?

Magnesium stearate is used as a binding agent for sugars in hard candies. It is derived from stearic acid, which comes from either animal fats or vegetable oils. It has a negative pH rating and com... Read More »
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What are dangers of magnesium stearate?

Magnesium stearate is a chemical used in the manufacture of many medical pills and capsules. While there are some concerns about its safety, it does not seem to pose any great danger.FunctionMagnes... Read More »
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What is magnesium stearate made of?

Magnesium stearate is a compound composed of two parts stearic acid and an ion of magnesium salt.MagnesiumThe first ingredient of magnesium stearate is an ion of the element magnesium, an earth met... Read More »
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