A neutral substance generated from citric acid must have one or more atoms of hydrogen replaced by silver.
Lemon juice and the juice of sorrel will also remove ink stains, but not so easily as the concrete acid of lemons, or citric acid.
No salt of potassium precipitates anything with citric acid except the tartrate.
citric acid wasn't the answer, Jon Karyl discovered a week later.
(or less) of citric acid, an effervescing water is obtained.
The acid taste was weaker which meant that the citric acid was the diluting liquid.
The special re-preparing solution is used in the same manner as acetic or citric acid is employed on a litho-stone.
When lemon juice cannot be obtained, citric acid is a good substitute.
In large doses, citric acid would disturb the reaction of the secretions, and Potash would impoverish the blood.
Lime juice is only valuable on account of the citric acid it contains.
citric acid cit·ric acid (sĭt'rĭk)
A colorless translucent crystalline acid principally derived by fermentation of carbohydrates; an intermediate in metabolism.
A white, odorless acid that has a sour taste and occurs widely in plants, especially in citrus fruit, and is formed during the Krebs cycle. It is used in medicine and as a flavoring. Ions of citric acid are a by-product of the metabolism of carbohydrates during the Krebs cycle.Chemical formula: C6H8O7.