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Potassium sodium tartrate tetrahydrate, also known as Rochelle salt, is a double salt of tartaric acid first prepared (in about 1675) by an apothecary, Pierre Seignette, of La Rochelle, France. 0000074730 00000 n �h��vK�K�Q`����s0F6���AQ�O�T��#�� 0000023089 00000 n 0000011031 00000 n Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against Recommended Use Laboratory chemicals. ���4����zD��u!�r�{���Q[�up����O����h���B`o_������wv~���v���ߡ�h$�OOޜ}�"�}��==}������1���ͷO��_=y�������/�~�7_�:M�_nBq� ~�޽{@���/^��}�~����7ǿ�ً�?�㞵��p]��5�i�!罔�{Q&�H�,��#Ӱ�PI��������xn2u���a����s�&��߾��9�� ]��v��e����q�����~�f�c�:T����p�V�������ם�>���v����"D�c�;d�h�6[�p2:�6����f���I ���}}�fc���r���|x%ׇ��58p���Չ��H�퓬M_T��� ��#@w�)�4����?w�?7B�m7���{��C�~��o�!���C����jy�h>~�+Ñ�0��\1}��]�_�Q1FUN������~�u�J B=����I���: �T 80���ov\_w�c���;�'ǯ�_T=�K? 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