2 edition of Some new amino-polycarboxylic acid complexes of chromium (III) found in the catalog.
Some new amino-polycarboxylic acid complexes of chromium (III)
John Arthur Weyh
Written in English
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An aminopolycarboxylic acid (sometimes abbreviated APCA) is a chemical compound containing one or more nitrogen atoms connected through carbon atoms to two or more carboxyl groups.
Aminopolycarboxylates that have lost acidic protons form strong complexes with metal ions. This property makes aminopolycarboxylic acids useful complexone in a wide variety of chemical, medical, and. Ligand field theory of f-orbital sandwich complexes.
In book: New Concepts, pp Some new amino-polycarboxylic acid complexes of chromium (III). Most of the previous work was carried out on nitrilotriacetic acid complexes in aqueous solutions mainly for the determination of stability constants for such complexes 8,.
Soil leaching is an effective remediation technique using agents to leach the target pollutants from the soil. However, the dynamics and mechanisms for leaching of Cr and other non-pollutant metals from Cr-contaminated soils are not yet well understood.
Here, column leaching experiments were conducted to determine the effect of hydrochloric acid (HCl), citric acid (CA), and oxalic acid (OX) on Cited by: 3. journal article: chelate stabilities of certain oxinetype compounds. 4- hydroxybenzothiazolesCited by: 5.
The TSS monitoring alternate may be used with the following stipulations: No strong chelating agents are present in the waste, such as cyanide, ammonia, EDTA, quadrol, HEDTA, NTA and DTPA (and other amino polycarboxylic acid-type chelates).
Hexavalent chromium wastes are reduced. Synthesis and characterization of rhodium complexes containing 2,4,6-tris(2-pyridyl)-1,3,5-triazine and its metal-promoted hydrolytic products: potential uses of the new complexes in electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide; P.
Paul, B. Tyagi, A. Bilakhiya, M. Bhadbhade, E. B Compleximetric Method 1 Principle of determination Ethylenediammetetra acetic acid (EDTA) is a sparingly soluble amino polycarboxylic acid which forms slightly ionized and very stable color- less complexes with the alkaline- earth metals.
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Featured Full text of "Official gazette of the United States Patent Office. [microform]" See other formats. Introduction “Heavy metal” is a general collective term, which applies to the group of metals and metalloids with atomic density greater than kg m −3, or 5 times more than water (Garbarino et al., ) and they are natural components of the earth’s gh some of them act as essential micro nutrients for living beings, at higher concentrations they can lead to severe.
COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed content. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Hyperaccumulation of copper is an effect of active uptake of metals from the soil and is an efficacious defense mechanism against toxicity, based mainly on the formation of complexes with citric acid, phytochelatins PC2 and PC3, and metallothioneins.
Determination of EDDS and other amino-polycarboxylic acids EDTA and NTA 8x —i 6x1O4 H Fe(lll)NTA required much stronger elution conditions than "cd |)4x^ CO due to its found it can a 2x - I I 2 0 6 4 Figure Chromatogram relationship that was was (n=7).
When reduce a maximum 50 mM. a chromatogram Figure shows. Remediation Technologies for Heavy Metal Contaminated Groundwater. of Share & Embed. The dominating mechanism behind the release and subsequent redistribution was the change in pH, going from near neutral to values in the rangereflecting the production of organic acids.
For some of the systems, the formation of soluble complexes is indicated (copper, at intermediate pH) which favors the metal release.
Some new research areas are thereby developing in order to overcome these restrictions. As previously mentioned, studies are shifting towards the use of more biodegradable agents such as SS-EDDS (Kos and Lestan ; Evangelou et al. ) which is the replacement of EDTA in laundry detergents (Schowanek et al.
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After this, the biodegradable amino polycarboxylic acids were used as a second step resulting in the release of most of the remaining metals (Cu, Pb and Zn) from the treated soils after long leaching time.
This indicated that a 2 step leaching. and Cr(III). Pb and. Vallisneria spiralis also tolerates high chromium concentration, thus the plant resulted highly suitable for phytoremediation of chromium-polluted wastewater (Vajpayee et al.
). Potamogeton pectinatus is a submersed aquatic plant that can survive in metal-polluted lakes and can accumulate signiﬁcant amounts of cadmium ( μg/g).The essential nature of this interaction or coupling is still unknown. The effect is noted even when the asymmetric carbon is removed beyond the position adjacent to the chromophore.
Pfeiffer and Christeliet (17) applied this effect to measure the O.R.D. of some Cu(ll) complexes of naturally-occurring optically active c\ -amino acids.In electrolytic and chemical surface treatment plant waste waters, complexing agents, namely EDTA, DTPA, and NTA were found to be present mostly in trace amounts, but some of the selected waste water samples also had relatively high concentrations.
Concentrations were lower than PNECaqua value for EDTA, which is mg/l.