|Stability Analysis of Choline Chloride 60% Corn Cob|
Batch No:20150410 Shelf Life:18 months
Loss on drying
Granularity (with 850um mesh)
10 April 2015
10 July 2015
10 October 2015
10 January 2016
10 April 2016
10 July 2016
10 October 2016
1 December 2016
During the whole test periord, Products colour and lustre is consistent, and identified as positive reaction.
GUARANTEED PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Choline chloride (min.) 60.0 %
Molecular formula : [HOCH2CH2N(CH3)3]CL
CA name : 2-Hydroxy-N,N,N-trimethylethanaminium chloride
CAS No. 67-48-1
Molecular weight: 139.63
Chemical family: Vitamine of the B complex
Boiling point: No information found
Melting Point (pure choline chloride): 244-247 ℃ (471-477 F)
Choline chloride on Corn Cob
Appearance: Yellow brownish dry flowable powder with hygroscopic and characteristic odor
Choline chloride content: 50%, 60%
Loss on drying: 2% max
TMA: 300PPM max
Particle size (20 mesh): 95% min passes
Choline is a member of the B-complex group of water soluble vitamins. It is an essential factor in the normal development and health of animals and is necessary for maximum growth of most animals. As a part of the molecular structure of phospholipids, it is concerned with the mobilization of fat in the body. In the absence of choline there is an abnormal accumulation of fat in the liver. In conjunction with certain other dietary factors, choline will prevent the occurrence of perosis (slipped tendon) in chicks and turkeys.Choline is involved in the composition of the lecithin molecule.It is also involved in the synthesis of phospholipids, sphyngomyelins and glycine.Choline is essential for the formation of acetylcholine, a compound which makes possible the transmission of nerve impulses. As a donor of methyl groups for transmethylation reactions, choline plays an important role in many physiological processes.
Choline can supply methyl groups to homocysteine for the formation of methionine.In poultry, the deficiency is characterized by a fatty degeneration of the liver, a reduced growth rate, perosis, and in mature birds, a decrease in egg production and hatchability.In swine, a deficiency results in a reduced growth rate, uncoordinated movements, reduced number of total and live pigs per litter, fatty degeneration of the liver and kidney damage.Corn and other grains are poor sources of this vitamin.
For this reason, practical diets for poultry and swine must be supplemented with choline. The most common source of choline for poultry and swine diets is choline chloride.The dietary requirement of poultry and swine for choline depends upon such factors as the growth rate, rate of egg production, nutrient composition of the diet, environmental factors and daily feed intake.
Layers(With fatty liver syndrome) 300-350
Breeders (Chickens) 300-500
(Growing and finishing) 400-600
(Growing and finishing) 100-300
(Feedlot-high concentrate) 300-500
(Dairy-high production) 250-350
Cats (Cereal based diets) 400-1000
Cats (Meat based diets) 2100-2200
Stable under normal temperatures and pressures.
Avoid contact with strong acids and Bases.
18 months from date of manufacture in original unopened packaging stored in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight.