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Oxalic Acid - Technical 99.6%
Country of Origin: China
It is a white solid used in removal of certain kinds of stains, in removing calcium ions from solutions, and in tanning leather. It occurs naturally and is toxic. The potassium and calcium
Salts of oxalic acid are found naturally in cabbage, spinach, and rhubarb leaves, and are also found in the bark of some species of eucalyptus trees. The metabolism of sugar by many species of mold results in the production of oxalic acid. The most common uses of oxalic acid are in tanning leather and removing rust and ink stains. In stain removal, it acts as a reducing agent
Bleaching agent in the textile activities, wood pulp bleaching;
Rust remover for Metal treatment;
Used in commercial rust removers to remove rust stains from tubs and sinks.
Grinding agent, such as marble polishing
Waste water treatment, removing calcium in water.
Use in cleaning and sterilizing homebrewing equipment.
Useful as a reducing agent for photography and ink removal
Used as purifying agent in pharmaceutical industry
Remove food and rust stains from kitchen countertops, plumbing fixtures and fabric