acesulfame /ˌasɪˈsʌlfeɪm/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. a white crystalline compound used as a low-calorie artificial sweetener, typically in the form of a potassium salt ( acesulfame-K).

●A sulphur-containing heterocyclic compound; chem. formula: C4H5NO4S.
– origin 1980s: of unknown origin.

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