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EC number: 212-769-1
CAS number: 868-14-4
The report focuses on effects of the tartaric acid (and combined
tartrates) which are inhaled and presumably retained in the mouth and
upper respiratory tract. This leads to severely acidic saliva which on
long term exposure leads to teeth erosion with progressive
disappearance of the enamel and exposure of the dentine, leading to the
eventual loss of the pieces.
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