tartaric acid


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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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Geographical segmentation and analysis of the global tartaric acid market
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While it would be an expensive detox, it would be an effective one."Champagne detoxifies the skin with antioxidants and lightening tartaric acid helps even out the skin tone.
What name is given to a mixture of bicarbonate of soda and tartaric acid used in cooking?
Some of the prominent Indian products removed from the duty-free provisions of the GSP include dried pigeon pea seed; areca nuts, fresh or dried, in shell; turpentine gum; mangoes, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid; sandstone, merely cut into blocks or slabs of a rectangular (including square) shape; tin chlorides; barium chlorides; salts and esters of tartaric acid, nesoi; and trimethyl phosphite.
answers WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN: Emerson, Lake and Palmer; Tartaric acid; China; 1971.