The complexation of aqueous metal ions relevant to biological applications. 1. Poorly soluble zinc salts and enhanced solubility with added amino acid

@inproceedings{Sobel2008TheCO,
  title={The complexation of aqueous metal ions relevant to biological applications. 1. Poorly soluble zinc salts and enhanced solubility with added amino acid},
  author={Sabrina Godfrey Sobel and Allison Haigney and Tracy Concepcion and Michael Kim},
  year={2008}
}
  • Sabrina Godfrey Sobel, Allison Haigney, +1 author Michael Kim
  • Published 2008
  • Chemistry
  • AbstractThe effect of added amino acid (glycine, alanine and serine) on the solubility of zinc citrate, zinc succinate and zinc oxalate was investigated. Equilibrated solutions were prepared and titrated to endpoint at pH 5.5 with Na2EDTA using Xylenol Orange indicator. In every case, a significant enhancement in solubility was seen as the amino acid increased from 1 to 50 molar excess. The increase was non-linear, and, with zinc succinate, showed saturation effects. In these cases, solution… CONTINUE READING

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