- Tartaric acid is a
white crystalline organic acid.
- It occurs
naturally in many plants, particularly grapes, bananas, and tamarinds,
and is one of the main acids found in wine.
- It is added
to other foods to give a sour taste, and is used as an antioxidant.
- Salts of
tartaric acid are known as tartrates. It is a dihydroxy derivative of
Tartaric acid is the
strongest and contains the most salts.
During the process of
transformation from must to wine, the concentration of tartaric acid is
lowered because of the precipitation of potassium
Bi tartrate which is caused by
the increase of the alcoholic grade and the decrease of the temperature.
Tartaric acid for foods on
stagnation due to price advance, Chinese products in low prices on a
Tartaric acid in the golden age
according to the tremendous popularity of grape drinks doesn’t get out
from the stagnation
Tartaric acid extracted from
grape peel depends totally on imports, and the import decreased by
37.7% as 96m..t, compared with 154m.t.
acid and its salts are used in the food, cosmetic, pharmaceutical,
textile, colourings and printing sectors.
Tartaric acid is found in cream of tartar,
which is used in cooking candies and frostings for cakes.
Tartaric acid is also found in baking powder,
where it serves as the source of acid that reacts with sodium
Tartaric acid is used in silvering mirrors,
tanning leather, and in Rochelle Salt, which is sometimes used as a
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