Formation and stability of phytate complexes in solution

@inproceedings{Crea2008FormationAS,
  title={Formation and stability of phytate complexes in solution},
  author={Francesco Crea and Concetta De Stefano and Demetrio Milea and Silvio Sammartano},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract 1,2,3,4,5,6 hexakis (di-hydrogen phosphate) myo-inositol, best known as phytic acid, is a very important molecule from a biological, environmental and technological point of view. For a thorough understanding of phytate properties and the mechanisms involving this ligand, a careful study of its acid–base behavior and of the formation and stability of its complexes in solution is necessary. Unfortunately, regarding the thermodynamic data on phytate complexes in solution, some are… CONTINUE READING

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