acid tartrate


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acid tartrate

[′as·əd ′tär‚trāt]
(organic chemistry)
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Tenders are invited for Acid Tartrate Of Potassium.
The most common form of tartrates is potassium bitartrate--also known as potassium acid tartrate or potassium hydrogen tartrate, the potassium acid salt of the dicarboxylic tartaric acid (dihydroxysuccinic acid), due to the relatively higher concentration of potassium in juice and wine, though calcium tartrate can also happen.
will combine to form more potassium acid tartrate (which, being insoluble, comes out of solution in the form it chooses: cream of tartar crystals).