oxalic


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oxalic

[ɒkˈsælɪk] ADJ oxalic acidácido m oxálico
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He is a very nice boy, my Lord, but he is not acquainted with drugs; and I know that the prevailing impression on his mind is, that Epsom salts means oxalic acid; and syrup of senna, laudanum.
The glibenclamide cocrystal was prepared by the dry grinding method and taking component 1:1 and molar ratio (glibenclamide BM 494: Oxalic acid BM 126).
The results obtained with chemical leaching when using different concentrations of organic acids showed that dissolution of aluminum was much higher in citric and oxalic acid than other acids.
The best chromatography was attained using a mobile phase composition of 50-50 split of methanol as organic phase and 5 mM oxalic acid solution as aqueous phase flowing at 0.
Sodium hydro sulphite safolite (1 kg) Rs 170-195, sodium silicate (50 kg) Rs 1,100-1,500, sodium nitrate (50 kg) Rs 2,100-2,350, sodium nitrite (50 kg) Rs 2,500-2,700, sodium bio-carbonate-tata (50 kg) Rs 1,425, stable bleaching powder-chambal (25 kg) Rs 380, tartaric acid-France (1 kg) Rs 480, thymol (1 kg) Rs 410, titanium dioxide (1 kg) Rs 190-280, oxalic acid (pcpl) 50 kg Rs 2,650-2,750 and zinc oxide (Kg) 160-200.
The chemical called oxalic acid will help give the wood its youth and vitality back and can be found in most hardware stores as a product called cedar and redwood cleaner/brightener.
However, spinach also contains higher concentrations of oxalic acid than most crops.
Due to the presence of oxalic acid, gallic acid, malic acid, tannins, betulic acid and etc makes it capable as an antibacterial.