On now microscopically examining the insoluble residue, crystals of bitartrate, if present, will be readily seen.
The addition of almost any acid throws down crystals of bitartrate of potassium, which generally adhere to the vessel.
bitartrate of potassium, Seidlitz powders, or solutions of citrate of magnesia may be also administered if indicated.
Cream of tartar is bitartrate of potassium and is obtained from the lees deposited in wine casks.
Confection of bitartrate of potassa; Confectio potass bitartratis, L. Prep.
bitartrate bi·tar·trate (bī-tär'trāt')
The group C4H5O6.
A salt of tartaric acid containing this group.