Vitamin B2 80% feed grade Introduction
Riboflavin is one of the most widely distributed water-soluble vitamins. The above synonyms, lactoflavin and ovoflavin, as well as the terms hepatoflavin, verdoflavin and uroflavin, indicate the source from which the vitamin was originally isolated, i.e. milk, eggs, liver, plants and urine. The term “flavin” originates from the latin word “flavus” referring to the yellow colour of this vitamin. The fluorescent riboflavin is also part of the vitamin B-complex. In the body, riboflavin occurs primarily as an integral component of the coenzymes flavin mononucleotide (FMN) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD).
Vitamin B2 80% feed grade
Particle Size(0.28MM Sieve): 90% pass through
Loss on dring: 3.0% max
Residue on ignition: 5% max
Volatilizable Impurity of Organic: Conform
Assay (on dry basis) (HPLC): 80% min
Apperrance: Yellow to Orange-yellow free flowing powder.
Packing: Normally in 25kg paper cartons with PE liners.
Storage: Stable powder, keep container closed in a dark, dry and cool condition when in not use