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tartaric acid [tahr-tar´ik]
any of several isomers of a dicarboxylic acid
found especially in grapes, used in preparing soft drinks and effervescent powders. The salt forms are called tartrates
tar·tar·ic ac·id (tar-tar'ik as'id),
Made from crude tartar; a laxative and refrigerant; used in the manufacture of various effervescing powders, tablets, and granules.
tar·tar·ic ac·id (tahr-tar'ik as'id)
Laxative and refrigerant; also used to manufacture various effervescing powders, tablets, and granules.
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Bifunctional L-tartaric acid
was protected and partially hydrolyzed to get monoester as shown in Scheme-1.
(1990), butenolide 3 was prepared from commercially available L-tartaric acid
(2) as shown in Figure 2.
L-Carnitine L-Tartrate is a white crystalline product that contains 68% L-Carnitine and 32% L-Tartaric acid