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anti-spattering agents


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Compounds such as lecithin, sucrose esters of fatty acids, and sodium sulpho-acetate derivatives of mono‐ and diglycerides, which are added to oils and fats used for frying to prevent potentially dangerous spattering. They function by preventing the coalescence of water droplets.

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