Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) has been used to make building material additives in bridges and high-rise buildings.
Description of Ascorbic Acid VitaminC
Ascorbic is a mild acid that can form white powders, or even slightly yellow crystals. The m.p. of Ascorbic Acid is between 190-192. It is easily soluble, not too soluble, in water. It is stable when solidified. Water solution easily transforms when it meets with oxygen.
Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C Technical Parameters
Concrete Ascorbic A Vitamin C
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) has been used as a building material additive in bridges, high-rise buildings and other projects.
vitamin C has many strong polar functional units carboxyl and hydrochl groups. This provides cement particles with dispersion-flow properties through adsorption/dispersion, wetting or other surface activities. Also, by decreasing friction resistance between cement and water particles, it reduces the energy exchange between them and water. To increase concrete workability,
In addition, the cement particles contain polycarboxylic and carboxylate acids. They also attract cement particles on the surfaces. As a result, there is electrostatic repellence between cement particle and dispersion. In order to fully hydrate cement, it is necessary to increase the surface area of cement particles and water.
When cement particles diffuse, condensates are released to allow for the release of the excess water. This reduces both the mixing time and improves their workability.
Ascorbic Al Vitamin C
1. This product is completely safe, non-toxic, and biodegradable. However, it’s not intended to be eaten.
2. If you get it in the eyes, wash it immediately with plenty water.
3. It is important to consult a physician immediately if there are any allergic reactions in any area of the body.