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(Science: chemical) In dilute aqueous solution this compound is 300 to 500 times sweeter than sucrose, used as a sweetening agent.

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sodium chloride+yeast...????

Sodium Chlorde = NaCl, kitchen salt... Basic Life Sci. 1990;52:367-71 Antimutagenesis in yeast by sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and sodium saccharin by Parker KR, von Borstel RC. Department of Genetics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Abstract Aqueous salt solutions containing NaCl, ...

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