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2008 | nr 72 (nr 1029) | 15-34
Tytuł artykułu

Potentiometric and Spectroscopic Studies on Di-, Tri- and Tetraglycine with Copper (II) Ions Systems

Warianty tytułu
Potencjometryczne i spektroskopowe badania układów di-, tri- i tetraglicyny z jonami miedzi (II)
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Abstrakty
W pracy dokonano przeglądu literaturowego na temat kompleksów jonów miedzi (II) z di-, tri- i tetraglicyną, zwracając uwagę na rodzaje form ich kompleksowania. Przeprowadzono również badania potencjometryczne i spektroskopowe powyższych kompleksów oraz wykazano zależność tworzenia się poszczególnych ich form od pH. (oryg. streszcz.)
EN
This article is a review of literature on copper (II) ions with di-, tri- and tetraglycine complexes, with special reference to kinds of their complexing forms. Potentiometric and spectroscopic studies of the complexes mentioned above have also been performed. Additionally, a dependence on formation of individual complexes on pH has been demonstrated. (original abstract)
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