an organic compound, C 4 H 6 O 6 , existing in four isomeric forms, the common or dextrorotatory isomer being a white, crystalline, water-soluble powder or transparent crystals: used in effervescent beverages, baking powders, confections, photography, and tanning.
a colourless or white odourless crystalline water-soluble dicarboxylic acid existing in four stereoisomeric forms, the commonest being the dextrorotatory (d-) compound which is found in many fruits: used as a food additive (E334) in soft drinks, confectionery, and baking powders and in tanning and photography. Formula: HOOCCH(OH)CH(OH)COOH Systematic name 2,3-dihydroxybutanedioic acid
A crystalline organic acid that exists in four isomeric forms and occurs widely in plants. It is found in byproducts of wine fermentation and has a wide variety of uses, including to make cream of tartar and baking powder, to add effervescence to beverages, to polish metal, in printing and dyeing, and to make photographic chemicals. Chemical formula: C4H6O6.
- Tate galleries
plural noun 1. two art galleries in London, the original Tate Gallery (1897), now Tate Britain, and Tate Modern, created in the former Bankside power station in 2000
noun, Dialect. 1. potato. noun 1. a dialect word for potato ta-ta
noun 1. one of the names of Buddha.
noun, Buddhism. 1. the absoluteness of Sunya.