No salt of potassium precipitates anything with citric acid except the tartrate.
Made with tartrate of manganese, as syrup of malate of manganese.
One of the most remarkable of his researches is that which relates to the fermentation of the tartrate of lime.
In referring to the separation of potassium and sodium it is recommended to precipitate out the first in the form of tartrate.
It combines with acids, and forms salts acrid and pungent like itself; the phosphate, oxalate, and tartrate being crystallizable.
Citrate or tartrate, flavoured with oil of valerian, is frequently sold for it.
On mixing the two solutions, a light bluish-green precipitate of tartrate of copper is formed.
By precipitating acetate of lead, by tartrate of ammonium, washing and drying.
tartrate of antimony and potash, and tartrate of soda and potash.
The salts of ammonia (especially the acetate and tartrate) dissolve the sulphate, and it is also soluble in hyposulphite of soda.
tartrate tar·trate (tär'trāt')
A salt or an ester of tartaric acid.