Oxalic Acid


Acid, Oxalic

Aluminum Oxalate

Ammonium Oxalate

Chromium (2+) Oxalate

Chromium (3+) Oxalate (3:2)

Chromium Oxalate

Diammonium Oxalate

Dilithium Oxalate

Dipotassium Oxalate

Disodium Oxalate

Ethanedioic acid

Ferric Oxalate

Iron (2+) Oxalate (1:1)

Iron (3+) Oxalate

Iron Oxalate

Magnesium Oxalate

Magnesium Oxalate (1:1)

Manganese (2+) Oxalate (1:1)

Monoammonium Oxalate

Monohydrogen Monopotassium Oxalate

Monopotassium Oxalate

Monosodium Oxalate

Oxalate, Aluminum

Oxalate, Chromium

Oxalate, Diammonium

Oxalate, Dilithium

Oxalate, Dipotassium

Oxalate, Disodium

Oxalate, Ferric

Oxalate, Iron

Oxalate, Magnesium

Oxalate, Monoammonium

Oxalate, Monohydrogen Monopotassium

Oxalate, Monopotassium

Oxalate, Monosodium

Oxalate, Potassium

Oxalate, Potassium Chromium

Oxalate, Sodium

Potassium Chromium Oxalate

Potassium Oxalate

Potassium Oxalate (2:1)

Sodium Oxalate

A strong dicarboxylic acid occurring in many plants and vegetables. It is produced in the body by metabolism of glyoxylic acid or ascorbic acid. It is not metabolized but excreted in the urine. It is used as an analytical reagent and general reducing agent.