Synthesis and characterization of iron (III) complexes of l-leucine and l-methionine

 
 
 
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    The resulted complexes produced between Fe (III) and biological molecules like amino acids play an important role in human life. Fe (III) complexes are synthesized with l-Leucine and l-Methionine. The complexes were characterized by elemental analysis (AAS), molar conductance, melting point, infrared and uv-visible spectrophotometry analyses. The elemental analyses were used to determine the chelation ratio, 1:3(metal: ligands). The molar conductivity of the complexes show that the complexes are not electrolytic in nature. Moreover, the melting point of the tris (l-Leucine) iron (III) and tris (l-Methionine) iron (III) are 2390C and 210oC respectively.

     

     


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    L-Leucine; L-Methionine; Chelation; Electrolytic and Complexes.

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Article ID: 16098
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijac.v7i1.16098




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