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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors:
Francesco Dima
,
Gian Luca Salvagno
,
Elisa Danese
,
Dino Veneri
, and
Giuseppe Lippi

majority of blood cells disorders. The CBC is typically performed on ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA)-anticoagulated venous blood specimens, since this additive irreversibly sequestrate ionized calcium (Ca 2+ ), thus permanently inhibiting blood

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Poucke , L.C. , Clijsters , H. 2002 . Effects of Pb-EDTA and EDTA on oxidative stress reactions and mineral uptake in Phaseolus vulgaris . Physiol. Plant. 115 : 377 – 384

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors:
S. Milesz
,
M. Jovchev
,
D. Schumann
,
V. Khalkin
, and
M. Milanov

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Using the electromigration method the monopositive astatine ion has been shown to form EDTA [H4L] complexes in 0.1M NaClO4 solution at pH=3–10. The ion mobility of the AtL3– complex is 5.60/23/x10–4 cm2.V–1.s–1.

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ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA), N-hydroxyethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (HEDTA), diethylene triamine tetraacetic acid (DTPA), and nitrile triacetic acid (NTA). Phytic acid is the six phosphate ester of inositol. It is known in nine

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Biodistribution of EDTA derivatives99mTc-Sn-DOTA, DDDTA, DHDTA /1,2-dinitriloalkane-tetraacetic acids/ individually and bound to liposome in rats is described. The obtained results are compared with99mTc-Sn-EDTA.

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A new radiochemical displacement method has been developed for the determination of EDTA /ethylene diamine-tetraacetic acid/. The displacement of labelled zinc from Zn:PAN complex by EDTA at pH 5.5 in borate buffers can be conveniently utilized for the determination of 50–150 g of EDTA. Effects of diverse ions on the determination have also been tested.

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Widely present in the mixed wastes at the Hanford site, ethylenediametetraaceticacid (EDTA) can solubilize radionuclides such as plutonium and may increasetheir mobility in the environment. We have evaluated the sorption of Pu(IV)onto Hanford soil in the presence and in the absence of EDTA through laboratory-basedexperiments at ambient temperature and atmosphere. The sorption ratio (R%)was determined as a function of EDTA concentration and solid-liquid ratio.The sorption decreased significantly when EDTA concentration increased. Thediffusion of Pu(IV)–EDTA was relatively fast, with an effective diffusioncoefficient, D e = 3.54 . 10 –6 cm 2 /s at pH 5.25.

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The stability constants and thermodynamic functions of PuEDTA, PuHEDTA and PuH2EDTA+ complexes have been determined by extraction method.

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Tc(III)-EDTA complex has been synthesized by the ligand substitution reaction of hexakis-(thiourea) technetium(III) ion with EDTA. The complex exhibits absorption maxima at 368 and 470 nm. The formation reaction proceeds predominantly as follows:

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The rate constant k2 was determined to be (2.1±0.2)×10–2 M–1.s–1 at 25°C.

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., 2000. A talajok vas-, alumínium-, ólom- és krómtartalmának összehasonlítása KC1--EDTA, Lakenen-Enviö és töménysavas feltárással a Talajvédelmi és Monitoring Rendszer, illetve a Vas megyei vizsgálatok alapján. Agrokémia és Talajtan. 49 . 145

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