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sac·cha·rin

 (săk′ər-ĭn)
n.
A white crystalline powder, C7H5NO3S, having a taste about 500 times sweeter than cane sugar, used as a calorie-free sweetener.

saccharin

(ˈsækərɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a very sweet white crystalline slightly soluble powder used as a nonfattening sweetener. Formula: C7H5NO3S
[C19: from saccharo- + -in]

sac•cha•rin

(ˈsæk ər ɪn)

n.
a synthetic powder, C7H5NO3S, which in dilute solution is 500 times as sweet as sugar: used as a calorie-free sugar substitute.
[1875–80]

sac·cha·rin

(săk′ər-ĭn)
A white, crystalline powder used as a calorie-free sweetener. It tastes about 500 times sweeter than sugar.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saccharin - a crystalline substance 500 times sweeter than sugar; used as a calorie-free sweetener
sweetener, sweetening - something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
Translations
سُكَّرين
szacharin

saccharin

saccharine [ˈsækərɪn]
A. Nsacarina f
B. ADJsacarino (fig) (= sentimental) → azucarado, empalagoso

saccharin

[ˈsækərɪn] saccharine nsaccharine f

saccharin(e)

nSa(c)charin nt

saccharin(e)

(ˈsӕkərin) noun
a very sweet substance used instead of sugar.

saccharin

n sacarina
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In their final experiments, they gave seven people the maximum allowed daily dose of saccharin for a week.
Among its Brand Names Our Rating Acesulfame- Equal Original Avoid potassium Equal Spoonful Advantame Safe Aspartame AminoSweet Avoid Equal Next Equal Original Equal Spoonful NutraSweet Neotame Newtame Safe Saccharin Equal Next Avoid Equal Saccharin Sweet'N Low Sucralose Equal Sucralose Caution Splenda "NATURAL" HIGH-POTENCY SWEETENERS Monk fruit Monk Fruit in Caution extract the Raw Nectresse Stevia leaf Pure Via Safe extract SweetLeaf Truvia SUGAR ALCOHOLS Erythritol Nectresse Safe in Truvia moderation Hydrogenated Wholesome starch Sweeteners Zero hydrolysate Isomalt Lactitol Maltitol Mannitol Sorbitol Xylitol Notes: Equal Original and Equal Spoonful contain aspartame and acesulfame-potassium.
By baffling the brain, saccharin and other sugar-free sweeteners--key weapons in the war on obesity--may paradoxically foster overeating.
0375% coumatetralyl and supplemented with 5% saccharin increased up to 6 th night, then steadily decreased until a negligible amount of bait was consumed on the 12 th night.
The most extreme example of the violation of this law was Etscorn and Stephens' (1973) finding that, using cyclophosphamide as the US, an aversion to a saccharin CS could be conditioned in rats with a 24-hr CS-US trace interval.
We accomplished this by comparing (1) the results of simultaneously measured nasal cavity and intramaxillary sinus pressures before and after widening of ventilation openings, (2) changes in mucociliary transport function as measured by the saccharin test, and (3) changes in nasal airway resistance.
Sparkle V contains xylitol and is free of gluten, aspartame and saccharin.
Saccharin and its salts would be removed from the Environmental Protection Agency' lists of hazardous wastes, hazardous constituents and hazardous substances under a proposed rule change.
Through the use of a new analytical method, the researchers were able to look for seven different artificial sweeteners (cyclamate, acesulfame, saccharin, aspartame, neotame, neohesperidin dihydrochalcone and sucralose) simultaneously, and show, for the first time, that a number of commonly used artificial sweeteners are present in German waste and surface water.
If you want to know why it tastes so sweet it's because it contains saccharin.
A sweetener, in particular saccharin, is 300 times sweeter than cane sugar, giving you a sweeter tooth.
He uncritically repeats claims that the sweetener saccharin was a potential human carcinogen that deserved to be banned in the 1970s, although later research suggests that the biological mechanisms that made it carcinogenic in rodents are not present in humans.