Autoclaving potassium sorbate stock
According to this, potassium sorbate solution can be autoclaved to be sterilized.
If there’s no concern, I’d like to autoclave my stock solution.
Does anyone know something that contradicts this or would point that autoclaving potassium sorbate would lead to a meaningful loss of activity or in any way, bad?
For instance, sucrose solution can be autoclaved, but it does lead to caramelization so while it is autoclavable, I know filter-sterilization if preferred. Similarly I am wondering whether there’s a reason not to autoclave potassium sorbate as I haven’t really read people actively autoclaving this.
Log in to reply.