sodium tartrate


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sodium tartrate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′tär‚trāt]
(organic chemistry)
Na2C4H4O6·2H2O White, water-soluble crystals or granules; loses water at 150°C; used in medicine and as a food stabilizer and sequestrant. Also known as disodium tartrate; sal tartar.
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Group I animals were injected with antimony sodium tartrate of 1/2 MLD 6 mg/kg body weight I/V at interval of 2 days for 12 weeks.
Experimental dose calculated for antimony as sodium tartrate = 1.
2010, "Structural and morphological characterization of chemical bath deposition of FeS thin films in the presence of sodium tartrate as a complexing agent," Silpakorn U.
2], L-(+)-tartaric acid, sodium tartrate dihydrate, 1-octanesulfonic acid sodium salt, boric acid and NaOH were obtained from Sigma-Aldrich (Australia).
4), containing 25 mM L-(+)-tartaric acid, 75 mM sodium tartrate dihydrate and 10 mM 1-octanesulfonic acid sodium salt, and HPLC grade methanol (2:1), and the flow rate was maintained at 1.
We then added 100 [micro]L of an acidic 1-naphthylphosphate substrate/fast red TR[R] chromogen solution, enriched with 100 mmol/L sodium tartrate (provided as a tablet in the reagent set), to each well.
In addition, the sorption of sodium tartrate was unaffected by soil type.
25 mM concentrations of citric acid and sodium tartrate in the calcareous soil and concentrations >0.
6 mmol/L 4-NPP in 100 mmol/L sodium acetate buffer containing 50 mmol/L sodium tartrate and adjusted to pH 4.
Gels were immediately stained for TRAcP activity in 100 mmol/L sodium acetate-50 mmol/L sodium tartrate (pH 5.
6 mmol/L) was used as substrate in a buffer containing 100 mmol/L sodium acetate and 50 mmol/L sodium tartrate (pH 5.