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Related to sulfite: hyposulfite, sulfite oxidase
AcronymDefinition
SO3Star Ocean 3 (game)
SO3Strategic Objective 3
SO3Sonarman Third Class (former Naval Rating)
SO3Special Orthogonal Group in 3 dimensions
SO3Special Warfare Operator (Third Class)
SO3Sons of the 3rd (band)
SO3Sulfite (chemistry)
SO3Sulfur Trioxide
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The current combined safe level for seven sulfites used as additives in wine and other foods is sufficiently protective for consumers.
In some foods and beverages, such as wine, sulfites occur naturally from fermentation.
5 - 1200 ppm), the MaxSignal Sulfite Assay Kit delivers highly reproducible, accurate, cost-effective and easy sulfite analysis for your most demanding needs.
The more basic or higher the pH is, the more sulfite that is present as illustrated in Figure I.
First, there is conversion to sulfite, followed by rapid conversion of sulfite to harmless sulfate by the enzyme sulfite oxidase.
Selective measurement of sulfite ion requires HPLC method, which in addition to the high price of the equipment, needs the use of expensive solutions that are harmful to the environment.
Rather than being an allergy, sulfite sensitivity is a metabolic problem, in the same way that some people can't digest milk products because they have a lactase deficiency.
Must be made from organic grapes, but can include added sulfites (used as preservatives).
It is evident from line weaver--Burk plot (double reciprocal figure 1, 2) and table 1 that sulfite ions at 1 mM concentration do not change [K.
The dimethyl sulfite, DMC, and DMMP in fact all have minimal viscosity compared with the epoxy resin.
This is because, like many conventional wines, they include added sulfite preservatives to prevent oxidation and bacterial spoilage.
Wine labels also may have the terms "sulfite-free," "no sulfites added" or just "NSA.