Choline Chloride (known officially as 2-hydroxyethyl-trimethyl ammonium hydroxide)

Chemical Formula: C5H14ClNO
Molecular weight: 139.63
Chemical family: Vitamine of the B complex
Melting Point (pure choline chloride): 244-247 ? (471-477 F) 

Production Process: By chemical reaction with raw materials of Trimethylamine (TMA), Ethylene oxide (EO) and Hydrochloride Acid (HCl).

Pure Choline chloride (Purity 99-100%): white crystal powder

Choline is a dietary component and found in foods as free choline and as esterified forms such as phosphocholine, It functions as a precursor for acetylcholine, phospholipids, and the methyl donor betaine and is important for the structural integrity of cell membranes, methyl metabolism, cholinergic neurotransmission, transmembrane signaling, and lipid and cholesterol transport and metabolism.

Dietary choline is absorbed from the lumen of the small intestine. Additionally to dietary supply choline can be made available by enzymatic cleavage in the pancreas from other nutritional sources (e.g. phosphatidylcholine). The critical adverse effect from high intake of choline is hypotension, with corroborative evidence on cholinergic side effects . After inadequate dietary intake decreased choline stores and liver damage (as assessed by elevated alanine aminotransferase) may develop.

Appearance: White hygroscopic crystalline powder with Slight odor of Amines

Physicochemical Properties :



Choline Chloride Content on Dry Basis

98.0 – 100.5

Choline Content % on Dry Basis

72.0- 74.50

TMA Content

< 500 PPM

Heavy metal (Pb)



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