Tannic in a sentence

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Definition of Tannic

  • Of or pertaining to tan; derived from, or resembling, tan; as, tannic acid.
  • derived from tannin

How to use tannic in a sentence. Tannic pronunciation.

Its styptic properties are undoubtedly due to tannic acid, as all the tests I have been able to make prove this to be the case.
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After plugging the nares thoroughly with absorbent cotton dusted with tannic acid he was surprised to see the blood ooze out around the eyelids and trickle down the cheeks.
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The restoration of color under particular conditions may also be obtained by treatment with tannic acid, potassium ferro-cyanide (acidulated) or a weak solution of an infusion of galls.
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After bleaching the mark by either reagent, the iron of the ink remains mordanted on the paper, and the mark may be restored by treatment with a dilute solution of galls, tannic acid, or acidulated ferro- cyanide.
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Oxalic, citric, tartaric, succinic, malic, gallic and tannic are other well-known organic acids.
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A medical friend of the writer tested the efficacy of the plant known by that name and found it to be much superior to either gallic acid or tannic acid in stopping blood.
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Examples of Tannic

Example #1
The readiness with which it can be obtained in the summer renders it a valuable adjunct, undoubtedly, to the materia medica of the country practitioner or housewife for stopping hemorrhages in simple wounds.
Example #2
I asked her to report to me in two or three days, and, on reporting, I found a healthy granulation presenting.
Example #3
At this time she was delivered of twins, a boy and a girl, healthy and well-developed.
Example #4
On the third day she came down-stairs and resumed her ordinary duties, which she continued until February 4th (seventeen days after).
Example #5
It must not be used by direct contact, the best and safest plan being to place a quantity in a small saucer, to be set on the floor of a closed box; to fasten to the box lid the specimen to be operated on; in this way the restoration is due to the fumes of the chemical and a possible danger of destruction of the specimen much lessened, especially if the marks are very light or delicate ones.
Example #6
This penetrating chemical blackens metals or their salts, whether visible or not, if brought together.