Origin of tannic
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In Asturias, the cider apples are more bitter and tannic than in other regions.What the Pilgrims Drank on Thanksgiving
November 28, 2013
Tannic acid, not as free acid, is combined with caffein as a tannate.Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value
Before mordanting with alum, the cotton is often prepared with tannic acid.
Those gall nuts which are not pierced contain most tannic acid.
It is a durable wood, made so by the tannic acid it contains.American Forest Trees
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Dilute a portion of the sample and add a solution of tannic acid.Detection of the Common Food Adulterants
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- of, relating to, containing, or produced from tan, tannin, or tannic acid
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- Of, relating to, or obtained from tannin.
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