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Rulon Bearings
The Chemical Company Edible grade Tartaric Acid, C4H6o6
Categories: Fluid

Material Notes: Tartaric Acid is a white crystalline diprotic organic acid. The compound occurs naturally in many plants, particularly in grapes, bananas, and tamarinds. It is also one of the main acids found in wine. Tartaric Acid can be added to food when a sour taste is desired. It is also used as an antioxidant. Salts of Tartaric Acid are known as tartarates. The chemical is a dihydroxy derivative of succinic acid. Tartaric Acid is found in cream of tartar and baking powder. The chemical compound is used in silvering mirrors, tanning leather, and in Rochelle Salt. In medical analysis, Tartaric Acid is used to make solutions for the determination of glucose.

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Key Words: diprotic
Available Properties
  • Particle Mesh Size, Granular-100%
  • Particle Mesh Size, Fine Granular< 99%
  • Particle Mesh Size, Granular< 10%
  • Particle Mesh Size, Fine Granular< 5%
  • Ash, sulfate ash
  • Arsenic, As
  • Lead, Pb, Heavy Metals (as Pb), 10ppm max
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