Cyclamate potassium; Cyclohexanesulfamic acid, monopotassium salt; Monopotassium cyclohexanesulfamate; Monopotassium cyclohexylsulfamate; N-Cyclohexylsulfamate de potassium [French]; Potassium N-cyclohexylsulfamate; Potassium cyclohexanesulfamate; Potassium cyclohexyl sulfamate; Potassium cyclohexylsulfamate; Sulfamic acid, cyclohexyl-, monopotassium salt; [ChemIDplus]
Used as non-nutritive sweetener; [HSDB]
After very high oral doses, dogs and cats have vomiting; About 20-40% of cyclamate is absorbed; Gut bacteria convert some of cyclamate into cyclohexylamine which is almost completely absorbed and excreted in urine; [HSDB] See "Cyclamic acid." See "Sodium cyclamate."
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