18. 01. 2020.

Tartaric acid

 

 

Product Name

 

 

 

L (+) TARTARIC ACID NATURAL TYPE G – 625

Analysis Contents Standard
Appearance Colorless or white crystals, odorless
Identification Meets the requirements
Color and clarity solution Meets the requirements
Solubility 147 g/100 ml in water at 25°C
pH 2,2 (1,47 g/ml in water)
Purity min 99,90;  max 101,0 g/100 g
Specific Rotation +12,0  +13,0 degrees
Melting point 168° – 170°C
Loss on Drying max 0,20 g/100 g
Sulphated Ash max 0,05 g/100 g
Sulphates max 100 ppm
Chlorides max 50 ppm
Oxalic acid max 15,0 ppm
Heavy Metals max 1,0 ppm
Iron max 1,0 ppm
Lead max 0,05 ppm
Potassium max 10,0 ppm
Calcium max 1,0 ppm
Sodium max 10,0 ppm
Mercury max 0,005 ppm
Arsenic max 0,0010 ppm
Carbon-14, C14 min 12,0 dpm/g C
Organic volatile impu. Meets the requirements
Particle size

>800 µ = 5,0 % max

200-800 µ = ≥ 90 %

<200 µ = 5,0 % max

 

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