来自拉丁语 saccharon,糖，词源同 sugar.-in,化学名词后缀。 saccharine 甜得发腻的，夸张的
- saccharin:  Medieval Latin saccharum ‘sugar’ belonged to the same word-family as the ancestor of English sugar. Its original contribution to English was the adjective saccharine ‘sugary’ ; and in the late 1870s the German chemist Fahlberg used it in coining the term saccharin for the new sweetening substance he had invented. English borrowed it in the mid 1880s.
- saccharin (n.)
- white crystalline compound used as a sugar substitute, 1885, from German, coined 1879 by Russian-born chemist Constantin Fahlberg (1850-1910), who discovered it by accident, from Latin saccharon (see saccharine). Marketed from 1887 as saccharine.
- 1. We use saccharin in substitution for sugar.
- 2. Saccharin is an artificialsweetener.
- 糖精是一种人工增甜剂. ￡10
- 3. The efforts on closedown and suspension of small sugar refineries, small saccharin refineries and small paper mills are also being carried out in steps.
- 关停小糖厂 、 小糖精厂、小造纸厂的工作也已逐步展开.
- 4. Is saccharin a good substitute for sugar?
- 糖精是糖的良好替代品 吗 ?
- 5. Water, does not contain saccharin, without caffeine, even without theophylline.
- 白开水, 不含糖精, 没有咖啡因, 更无茶碱.
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