Equilibria involved in the diorganotin(IV) and triorganotin(IV) phosphomycin interaction in aqueous solution

@inproceedings{Casella2007EquilibriaII,
  title={Equilibria involved in the diorganotin(IV) and triorganotin(IV) phosphomycin interaction in aqueous solution},
  author={Girolamo Casella and Tiziana Fiore and Mahmoud M.A. Mohamed and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Nagy and Claudia Pellerito and Lorenzo Pellerito and Silvio Sammartano and Michelangelo Scopelliti},
  year={2007}
}
The interaction of the dimethyltin(IV) and trimethyltin(IV) cations with the phosphomycin disodium salt, Na2[(1R, 2S)-1,2-epoxypropylphosphonate], has been investigated using potentiometric and UV–visible techniques at 25 °C and 0.1 M ionic strength (NaClO4) in aqueous solution. The species Me2SnLH+, Me2SnL, Me2SnL22−, Me2SnLOH− and Me2SnL(OH)22− (L = phosphomycinate2−) for dimethyltin(IV)–phosphomycinate, and the species Me3SnL−, and Me3SnLOH2− for trimethyltin(IV)–phosphomycinate systems were… CONTINUE READING