Best quality and factory L-potassium hydrogen tartrate to South Africa Manufacturer

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CAS NO: 868-14-4 DESCRIPTION:Colorless crystals or white crystal powder with sweet and sour taste, sparingly soluble in water,freely soluble in dilute mineral acid, alkaline solution or borax solution and insoluble in acetic acid or ethanol, relative density Chemical Name:L-Potassium Hydrogen Tartrate Molecular Formula:C4H5KO6 Molecular Weight:188.18 Assay:99.0% ~ 101.0% Specific rotation:+32.5 ~ +35.5 Clarity Test:Qualified Loss on dry:0.5% Max Arsenic:3mg/kg Max Lead:2mg/kg Max Sulfate:0.01...


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CAS NO: 868-14-4

DESCRIPTION:Colorless crystals or white crystal powder with sweet and sour taste, sparingly soluble in water,freely soluble in dilute mineral acid, alkaline solution or borax solution and insoluble in acetic acid or ethanol, relative density

Chemical Name:L-Potassium Hydrogen Tartrate

Molecular Formula:C4H5KO6

Molecular Weight:188.18

Assay:99.0% ~ 101.0%

Specific rotation:+32.5 ~ +35.5

Clarity Test:Qualified

Loss on dry:0.5% Max

Arsenic:3mg/kg Max

Lead:2mg/kg Max

Sulfate:0.019% Max

Ammomnium Salt Test:Qualified

MAIN FUNCTION AND PURPOSE:

Served as capacity analytical reagent, buffer and reducing agent, also as leavening agent in food industry.

PACKING:25KG net in Kratf/Plastic Bag lined with PE bag

STORAGE:Kept airtightly in a light-proof, dry and cool place.


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    Using natural, wild yeasts to make homemade ginger beer (not a packet of store bought yeast) is a two step process.

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    The bare basic ingredients for a gallon of ginger beer after the wild yeast has been cultivated in step one are:
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    - 2 to 4 cups sugar (brown or white)
    - filtered water, enough for one gallon

    -Optional goodies: Honey, apple, berries, raisins, dates, misc. fruit (You can experiment with this).
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