tartaric acid, or other deodorising agent, may be substituted for it.
It is not coloured by the addition of tartaric acid with starch.
tartaric acid is a useful addition to tin in brightening fancy colours.
If tartaric acid be present, a white, crystalline precipitate of cream of tartar will be produced on agitation.
By saturating a solution of tartaric acid with carbonate of magnesium, and gently evaporating to dryness.
She was a perfect whirlwind; her temper was made of tartaric acid.
tartaric acid, though not a corrosive, may be here placed along with the other vegetable acids.
No precipitate with tartaric acid, nor with bichloride of platinum.
Solutions are not precipitated by tartaric acid nor by platinic chloride.
I found that tartaric acid would precipitate the mud, leaving a jug of the water tolerably clear, but then the acid remained.
A crystalline organic acid that exists in four isomeric forms and occurs widely in plants. It is found in byproducts of wine fermentation and has a wide variety of uses, including to make cream of tartar and baking powder, to add effervescence to beverages, to polish metal, in printing and dyeing, and to make photographic chemicals. Chemical formula: C4H6O6.