What is AZODICARBONAMIDE?

A compound with the chemical formula C2H4O2N4. It is yellow to orange red crystalline powder, used as a food additive or as an additive in the production of foamed plastics.

AZODICARBONAMIDE: "Azodicarbonamide is denoted as E927 on the food labels."

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