Metal Complexes in Biology and Medicine (Part- Mercury (II) / Nickel (II) / Lead (II) – Isoleucine Binary Complexes)

The current electrophoretic approach relies on the migration of a spot of metal ions on a paper strip at various background electrolyte pHs. A graph of pH versus mobility provides information about binary compounds and allows the stability constants to be calculated. At 0.01 M ionic strength and 35°C, the first and second stability constants of [Hg (II) – isoleucine], [Ni (II) – isoleucine], and [Pb (II) – isoleucine] complexes were found to be (8.80 0.02, 7.52 0.05), (7.27 0.01, 5.86 0.03), and (7.17 0.05, 3.32 0.09), respectively.

The current research aims to I investigate the development of binary complexes between divalent metal ions and isoleucine. (ii) Determining the stability constants of the complexes generated (iii) Investigating the possibilities of using said binary complexes in biology and medicine

Author(S) Details

Brij Bhushan Tewari
Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Guyana, P. O. Box: 101110, Georgetown, Guyana..

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