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Meaning of E334 in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF E334

ˌiːθriːθriːˈfɔː play
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WHAT DOES E334 MEAN IN ENGLISH?

E334

Tartaric acid

Tartaric acid is a white crystalline diprotic acid. This aldaric acid occurs naturally in many plants, particularly grapes, bananas, and tamarinds, is commonly combined with baking soda to function as a leavening agent in recipes, 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 dihydroxyl derivative of succinic acid. Tartaric acid was first isolated from potassium tartrate, known to the ancients as tartar, circa 800 AD, by the alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan. The modern process was developed in 1769 by the Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele. Tartaric acid played an important role in the discovery of chemical chirality. This property of tartaric acid was first observed in 1832 by Jean Baptiste Biot, who observed its ability to rotate polarized light. Louis Pasteur continued this research in 1847 by investigating the shapes of ammonium sodium tartrate crystals, which he found to be chiral. By manually sorting the differently shaped crystals under magnification, Pasteur was the first to produce a pure sample of levotartaric acid.

definitionDefinition of E334 in the English dictionary

The definition of E334 in the dictionary is a food additive used in soft drinks, confectionery, and baking powders and in tanning and photography; tartaric acid. Formula: HOOCCHCHCOOH.

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E334 halal food additive tartaric acid white crystalline diprotic this aldaric occurs naturally many plants particularly grapes bananas tamarinds commonly combined with baking soda function leavening agent recipes main acids info numbers origin natural present fruits especially commercially prepared waste products industry grape skins guide widely occurring plant giving strong tart characteristic flavour acidic such lemons oranges fruit additives lecithin living cells significant constituent nerve brain pure waxy darkens when astm international standard practice general techniques infrared microanalysis molecular spectroscopy four isomeric organic compounds make cream powder sequestrant effervescent beverages recherches generales mortalite multiplication genre humain investigations mortality human what does stand abbreviations find full meaning largest most authoritative acronyms resource south african national

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «E334»

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Type and Motif-Index of the Folktales of England and North ...
E334. Non-malevolent ghost haunts scene of former misfortune, crime, or tragedy . (See E335, E336, E337, E338, E339.) E334(a). Ghost hovers over fence. CALIFORNIA: Hankey CFQ 1:168, 1942. E334(b). Ghosts of men of Rogers' Rangers ...
autorErnest W. Baughman, 1966
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Analytical Index to Publications of the Texas Folklore Society
Motif Volume and Page Motif Volume and Page E235.2 B 18:14o-141 E332.3.3.1 (j) E235.4 B 24:77-78; 31:12-13, B 18:138-139 163-164 + E333(c) B 6:88-89 E235.4.1 25:183-194; E334 B 3:143-149; 7:124; cf. 6:41-42 9:5o-51; 18:14o-141;  ...
autorJames T. Bratcher, 1973
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Ghost Stories from the Pacific Northwest
E334. Non-malevolent ghost haunts scene of former misfortune, crime, or tragedy . Seattle, Wa.: Georgetown Mansion, Wa.; Seattle, Wa.: Harvard Exit hanging victim; Hoquiam, Wa.; Port Townsend, Wa.: mother seeks daughter lost in storm.
autorMargaret Read MacDonald, 1995
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Ghosts Along the Cumberland: Deathlore in the Kentucky Foothills
*E332.3.3.1 *E334.2 *E334.2.1 *E334.2.2 *E334.2.2(c) *E334.4 *E337.1.1 *E337. 1.2 *E337.1.3(b) *E338(3) *E338(b) *E338.1(c) *E338..(ad) *E338-7 *E360 * E371 E385.1 *E402 *E402(d) *E402.1.1 *E402. 1.1.3 *E402.1.2 *E402.1.3 *E402 .
autorWilliam Lynwood Montell, 1987
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State of Indiana Telephone Directory
Commlssloner/Admln E334 234-1693 Fulkerson, Debbie Secretary E334 234- 1693 dine, Pam Dpty. Comm./Juvenlle Svs. E341 232-1746 Kelley, Diana Secretary W341 232-1746 Ohtemlller, Robert Dpty Comm/Commun Svs E334 232-5706 ...
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International Dictionary of Food and Cooking
... tripotassium citrate, potassium salts of citric acid with the same uses as E330 E333 Calcium citrate, dicalcium citrate, tricalcium citrate, calcium salts of citric acid used in the same way as E330 and also as a firming agent E334 Tartaric acid, ...
autorCharles Gordon Sinclair, 1998
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Virginia Folk Legends
Motifs E334.1, "Non-malevolent ghost haunts scene of former crime or sin," and E545. 19.2, "Proper means of addressing ghost." 49. The Old Plantation Master's Ghost (3.3.109). Motif E338. 1, "Non-malevolent ghost haunts house or castle," ...
autorThomas E. Barden, 1991
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Folk Traditions of the Arab World: A Guide to Motif ...
Ghost asks for ride in automobile E332.3.3; demands revenge E299.6§; detected E436; haunts place of great accident or misfortune E275; of murdered person haunts burial spot E334.2.1; of suicide seen at death spot or near by E334.4; ...
autorHasan M. El-Shamy, 1995
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From Cranmer to Davidson: A Church of England Miscellany
P.R.O., E334/7, fo. 59r, undated marginal note (but to judge from the date of the new bonds 1 July 1 560). J6 V.C.H. Hertfordshire, II, 228; Associated Architectural Societies ' Reports and Papers, XXIV (1897-8), 449. 37 P.R.O., E334/8, fo. 29r.
autorStephen Taylor, 1999
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Patronage and Recruitment in the Tudor and Early Stuart Church
Thus, whether motivated by pecuniary considerations or by the need to supply the acute shortage of beneficed m' GL, MS 9531/12 part 1 f. 171r-v; CUL, EDR, MS G/I/7 f. 161r; PRO, E334/3 f. 125v; his institution to the vicarage is not recorded ...
autorClaire Cross, 1996
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6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «E334»

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Serving up new ideas to keep food fresher
... acid (E260), ascorbic acid (E300), citric acid (E330), tartaric acid (E334), succinic acid (E633), glutamic acid (E620) and L-cysteine (E920). «Scotsman, Apr 15»
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Correcting Dysfunctional Movement Patterns – Is Local Treatment …
Spine, 2008;33(11):E334-E341. McClure PW, Esola M, Siegler S. Kinematic analysis of lumbar and hip motion while rising from a forward, flexed position in ... «Dynamic Chiropractic, Dec 14»
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Nutreco shares bounce on $3.4bn bid by SHV
Revenues at the Iberian feed and meat unit fell by 4.4% to E334.6m, despite "good progress" on efforts to replace sales lost to Mercadona. «Agrimoney.com, Oct 14»
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My babe appeal
My own least-favourite wine additive is any form of acid (such as E334, tartaric acid, or E330, citric acid). Such additions are nearly always ... «Decanter China, Jul 14»
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EU biofuel outlook bad for rapeseed, less so wheat
Rapeseed on Wednesday stood at E334.25 a tonne in Paris, down 0.5% on the day, and touched a four-year low of E333.25 a tonne in the last ... «Agrimoney.com, Jul 14»
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Betta Parts boss owes SwaziBank E6.3m
... to make due payments and is now arrears in the sum of E334 050 and the total outstanding balance is E6 343 748.56,” read the court papers. «The Swazi Observer, Mar 14»
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