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tartrate

 [tahr´trāt]
a salt of tartaric acid.

tar·trate

(tar'trāt), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation tartarate.
A salt of tartaric acid.

tartrate

/tar·trate/ (tahr´trāt) a salt of tartaric acid.

tartrate

[tä′trāt]
1 a dianion of tartaric acid.
2 any salt or ester of tartaric acid.

tar·trate

(tahr'trāt) Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation tartarate.
A salt of tartaric acid.

tartrate

a salt of tartaric acid.
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Differences between the behaviour of oxalate, malonate, and malate, and that found for citrate and tartrate can be explained from the results presented in a recent paper by Simpson et al.
The particularly poor results found for oxalate, malonate, and malate using the PCV method compared with citrate and tartrate may be a result of the structure of the complexes formed with Al.
Figs 4 and 5 show that the tartrate complex is the most readily broken down, followed by malonate, malate, and oxalate (only 100 [micro]M).
Citrate and tartrate complexation measured by the PCV and aluminon methods is greater than that predicted from the stability constant data when the organic anion:Al ratio is 1:2 for the 3 Al concentrations used in these experiments.
For tartrate, the extent of complexation at a tartrate:Al ratio of 1:2 is also substantially underestimated by the stability constant data, especially at lower Al concentrations (25 and 100 [micro]M) (Figs 3, 5).