The flowable solid composition comprises one or more surfactants comprising a nonionic surfactant and an anionic surfactant, one or more chelating
agents selected from the group consisting of a phosphate, phosphonate, amino-carboxylate, or combination thereof, a solidification agent comprising fumed silica, and an acid or a salt thereof.
The new chelating
agent, Dissolvine M-40, is a readily biodegradable active ingredient (called MGDA) and it is more sustainable than alternatives used by the detergents industry.
agents, also called chelants, sequestering agents, or complexing agents, form stable complexes after mixing with metal ions.
During February 1991, the US FDA (Federal Drug Administration) approved DMSA under the product name Chemet as a chelating
agent for lead in children as young as two years of age.
The objective of this study is to explore the chelating
activity of the leaves of the common reed (P.
Toxicologic evaluation and decision concerning possible specific therapy, when chelating
therapy should be evaluated, or which chelating
agent should be chosen are often less treated and more debated topics .
BASF is investing in the expansion and flexibilization of production facilities for chelating
agents at its site in Ludwigshafen, Germany.
agents are useful and at times controversial chemicals that are used in large quantities.
The antioxidant activity and metal chelating
potential of S-(+)-carvone, R-(-)-carvone, p- cumenol, cuminyl alcohol, cuminal, 4-methoxycumene, p-cymene, gamma-terpinene and thymol were studied using DPPH assay, ABTS assay, FRAP test, reducing power assay and metal chelating
Iron Uptake by Caco-2 Cells from NaFeEDTA and FeSO4: Effects of Ascorbic Acid, pH, and a Fe(II) Chelating
Inhibitory effects of flavonoids rutin and quercetin on ferrous ion-dependent lipid peroxidation of lecithin liposomes and NADPH-and CCl4-dependent lipid peroxidation in rat liver microsomes were studied to elucidate the chelating
and free radical scavenging activities of these compounds.
These characteristics allow the formation of compounds based on its chelating
capacity with polyvalent metals, especially divalent and trivalent cations, making them bio-unavailable (GRAF; EATON, 1990).