DIPS (Diisopropyl Succinate)
DIPS (Diisopropyl Succinate) is an intermediate used in several chemical production processes. It is also used in pigment applications. Besides its use in chemical synthesis, a major field of application for DIPS is within the pigments industry.
Food colorants, or color additives, are used in food for a variety of reasons. The primary reason to use a food colorant is to make food more aesthetically appealing. Colorants can enhance natural colors, provide color to colorless food, correct color variations, and offset color loss from environmental exposures. Dimethylacetyl Succinate (DMAS) is a key ingredient in the production of Yellow No. 5.
Melt Point (°C)
Values shown in the above table are typical properties.
High End Pigmented Coatings
Used to offset color loss from exposure to light, air, temperature, and other environmental factors
Artifical Food Dye
Used to provide color to otherwise colorless food
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