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ZJUTB10. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 59, 11560–11570. DOI: 10.1021/jf202746a. [22] Liu, Z. Q., Li, F. F., Cheng, F., Zhang, T., You, Z. Y., Xu, J. M., Xue, Y. P., Zheng, Y. G., & Shen, Y. C. (2011b). A novel synthesis of iminodiacetic acid: Biocatalysis by whole Alcaligenes faecalis ZJB-09133 cells from iminodiacetonitrile. Biotechnology Progress, 27, 698–705. DOI: 10.1002/btpr.603. [23] Liu, Z. Q., Zhou, M., Zhang, X. H., Xu, J. M., Xue, Y. P., & Zheng, Y. G. (2012). Biosynthesis

Hexafluoraceton als Schutzgruppen- und Aktivierungsreagenz in der Aminosäure- und Peptidchemie [1] N-Substituierte Glycinderivate aus Iminodiessigsäure [2] A pplication o f H exafluoroacetone as Protecting and Activating Reagent in Am ino Acid and Peptide Chemistry [1] N -Substituted Glycine Derivatives from Iminodiacetic Acid [2] Klaus Burger*, H orst N euhauser und Anteneh W orku Institut für Organische Chemie der Technischen Universität München, Lichtenbergstraße 4, D-W-8046 Garching bei München Z. Naturforsch. 48b, 107-120 (1993); eingegangen am 31

Complex Formation Copper(II)-Iminodiacetic Acid-Hydroxy Acid G. S h a rm a and J. P. T an d o n Chemical Laboratories, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur-4 (India) (Z. Naturforschg. 24 b. 1258—1262 [1969] ; cingegangen am 11. März 1969) Potentiometric studies are described for mixed ligand complex formation of copper (II) with iminodiacetic acid (IMDA) as primary ligand and certain hydroxy acids, such as salicylic acid (SA), 5-sulphosalicylic acid (SSA), tiron (3,5-pyrocatechol disulphonic acid PDS) and chromo­ tropic salt (3,6-disulpho-l,8-dihydroxynaphthalene

Radiochim. Acta 86, 155-159 (1999) © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Radiotracer Studies on the Uptake of Strontium by Poly(Styrene-DVB) Resins Containing Iminodiacetic Acid Groups By S. K. Samanta* Process Development Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai 400085, India (Received June 25, 1999; accepted in revised form August 5, 1999) Chelating resins / Strontium / Ion exchange / Radioactive waste Summary The uptake of strontium has been studied using two commer- cially available chelating resins containing iminodiacetic

Z. phys. Chemie, Leipzig 267 (1986) 6, S. 1230-1232 Department of Chemistry, University College of Science, Sukhadia University, Udaipur (India) Short Communication Studies in Photochemical Conversion of Solar Energy-VI: Use of Brilliant Cresyl Blue-Iminodiacetic Acid System in Photogalvanic Cell By P. K. Jain, O. P. Jajoo, R. C. Ameta and S. C. Ameta1 With 3 Tables (Received 6th May 1985) Abstract Iminodiacetic acid (IDA) has been used in photogalvanic cell containing brilliant cresyl blue (BCB) dye as photosensitizes The maximum photopotential

Ζ. Kristallogr. NCS 217 (2002) 535-536 535 ι by Oldenbourg Wissenschaft s verlag, München Crystal structure of iminodiacetic acid monomethyl ester monohydrate, C5H9NO4 · H2O M. Ramos Silva*1, A. Matos Beja1, J. A. Paixäo1, A. J. F. N. Sobral", L. M. L. Cabrai", S. H. Lopes" and Α. Μ. d'A. Rocha Gonsalves" 1 Universidade de Coimbra. Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Departamento de Física, CEMDRX, P-3004-516 Coimbra, Portugal " Universidade de Coimbra. Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Departamento de Química, P-3000 Coimbra, Portugal Received July 12

ANALYTICAL POLAROGRAPHIC SEPARATION OF Cu(II)-Cd AND Cu(II)-Ni BY DIFFERENTIAL COMPLEXATION WITH SALI CYCLIC ACID AND IMINODIACETIC ACID V.K. Chitale and K.S. Pitre Department of Chemistry, University of Saugar, Sagar (M.PJ-470 003 India CONTENTS Page ABSTRACT 178 INTRODUCTION 178 EXPERIMENTAL 178 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 179 (i) Separation of Cu(II) and Cd System 179 (ii) Separation of Cu(II)-Ni System 183 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 183 REFERENCES 184 177 ABSTRACT The polarographic waves of mixtures of Cu(II)-Cd and Cu(II)-Ni have been separated by

) Stepwise mixed ligand complex formation is observed in the systems containing metal ion, imino­ diacetic acid (IMDA) as primary ligand and one of the diamines, such as ethylenediamine (en), 1,2-propanediamine (1,2-pn) and 1,3-propanediamine (1,3-pn) as secondary ligands. Potentionmetric titrations indicate the formation of ternary complexes having a 1 :1:1 molar ratio of metal ion to iminodiacetic acid to the secondary ligand. Initially, metal-IMDA (1:1) complex is formed in the lower buffer region prior to the formation of the ternary complex and the addition of the

, polyacrylate, melamine formaldehyde diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (MF-DTPA) and poly(glycidyl methacrylate-iminodiacetic acid) [poly(GMA-IDA)] etc. It should be mentioned that IDA, iminodiacetic acid, as an ideal chelating group applied in ion-exchange resins, has gained considerable attention (9, 10). For example, Wang et al. reported a type of resin with mixed various ratios of IDA (chelating groups) and AA (methacrylic acid, ion-exchange groups) in the copolymer resin. The resin shows good absorption capacity for four common environmentally toxic metal ions: Pb 2