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Oxalic acid is fairly easily oxidised. Just cooking rhubarb destroys it. This may make it difficult to extract. As it is a potential chelating ligand it may be possible to precipitate out a metal complex of it from rhubarb juice.


Very cheap to buy though and more easily made by other procedures

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