Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin, also known as tocopherol or progesterol. It is a phenolic compound and is one of the most important antioxidants. It has anti-oxidation, promotes protein renewal and synthesis, regulates platelet adhesion and aggregation. , adult nutritional supplements daily reference dosage: vitamin A is 1.5mg; vitamin E is 30mg. There are many kinds of natural vitamin E. The structural differences are only in the side chains R1, R2, and R3. They are found in edible oils, fruits, vegetables, and grains. They were successfully synthesized in 1988 and can maintain the normal function of the reproductive organs. It has a good influence on the metabolism of the body, can make the ovary weight sputum, promote its function, promote the maturation of the follicle, increase the corpus luteum, and inhibit the oxidation of progesterone in the whole, thereby increasing the effect of progesterone. In addition, vitamin E has an adjuvant therapeutic effect on menorrhagia, genital itching, nocturnal calf spasm, and acne. In recent years, vitamin E has been widely used in anti-aging, which is believed to eliminate the deposition of lipofuscin in cells, improve the normal function of cells, and slow down the aging process of tissue cells.
CAS No.: 10191-41-0
Molecular formula: C29H50O2
Molecular weight: 430.71
EINECS number: 233-466-0
|Test items||Standard regulation||Test result|
|Application||Slightly yellow or yellowish green clarified viscous liquid; almost odorless; the color of the light is getting deeper||Conform|
|Refractive index||20 ° C should be 1.494 ~ 1.499||1.496|
|Acidity||The sodium hydroxide titration solution (0.1mol/L) consumed must not exceed 0.5ml||0.1ml|
|Identification||The solution should be positive red||Positive reaction|
|The infrared absorption spectrum of this product is consistent with the control spectrum (spectrum set 1206)||Consistent map consistent|
|Purity||Contains C31H52O3 should be 96.0%~102.0%||99.5%|
|Total number of bacteria (CFU/g)||<500||Conform|
|Mold number and yeast count (CFU/g)||<100||Conform|
|Heat-resistant coliform||Not checked out||not detected|
|Staphylococcus aureus||Not checked out||not detected|
|Pseudomonas aeruginosa||Not checked out||not detected|
|Conclusion||According to the enterprise standard test, the results meet the requirements|
An antioxidant that protects cells from oxidative stress or damage.
(±)-α-tocopherol has been used to prepare mycobacterial emulsions and has also been used to study immunomodulatory effects in influenza virus infections.