Outline

Introduction Metabolism Microbial Production

Fermentation Method Chemical Properties Dissociation Constant Racemization Properties of L-Glutamic Acid salt Formation Infrared spectra Ionic Forms solubility

L-Glutamic Acid Crystal Structure stability

L-Glutamic Acid Hydrochloride Sodium Salt of L-Glutamic Acid Crystal Structure

L-Glutamic Acid Monosodium Salt Pentahydrate Calcium Salt of L-Glutamic Acid Industrial Production Extraction Method Industrial Fermentation Method Separation Process Crystallization of L-Glutamic Acid Pyramid Type Centrifugation

Transformation of a-Crystals to ^-Crystals Crystallization of l-MSG Crystal Shape (Aspect Ratio) Recovery of L-Glutamic Acid from Mother Liquor Uses

Seasoning Industrial Use Safety

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