Carboxymethyl Cellulose (a.k.a. CMC, Cellulose Gum) is an organic compound, a water soluble polymer, structurally similar to cellulose, with some carboxymethyl groups bound to some hydroxyl groups. It is the most important cellulose derivative in terms of sales volume. It is usually industrially commercialized as a sodium salt.
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