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Identification

Display Name:
Vinasses, residue of fermentation
EC Number:
932-215-9
Molecular formula:
Not applicable (a generic molecular formula cannot be provided for this specific UVCB substance).
IUPAC Name:
Vinasses, residue of fermentation

Type of Substance

Composition:
UVCB
Origin:
other: biological organic

Substance Identifiers open all close all

  • DeoPlex
  • Saccharomyces Ferment
  • CMS
  • CMS = Condensed molasses solubles
  • Consimi organico azotato - Borlanda fluida
  • Dickschlempe
  • Dünnschlempe
  • MONEX
  • SIRIONAL
  • Schlempe
  • TEAM F
  • Vinasse
  • Compositions

    Boundary Composition(s) open all close all

    State Form:
    other: liquid and solid


    Constituent 1
    Chemical structure
    Reference substance name:
    Potassium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Molecular formula:
    K+
    IUPAC Name:
    Potassium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Constituent 2
    Chemical structure
    Reference substance name:
    Sodium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Molecular formula:
    Na+
    IUPAC Name:
    Sodium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Constituent 3
    Chemical structure
    Reference substance name:
    Calcium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Molecular formula:
    Ca2+
    IUPAC Name:
    Calcium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Constituent 4
    Chemical structure
    Reference substance name:
    Phosphorus - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Molecular formula:
    P
    IUPAC Name:
    Phosphorus - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Constituent 5
    Chemical structure
    Reference substance name:
    Magnesium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Molecular formula:
    Mg2+
    IUPAC Name:
    Magnesium - determined by elemental analysis ICP
    Constituent 6
    Chemical structure
    Reference substance name:
    Sulfate - determined by ion chromatography HPIC
    Molecular formula:
    O4S-2
    IUPAC Name:
    Sulfate - determined by ion chromatography HPIC