Mobilities of glycine and alanine ions in aqueous hydrochloric solutions at 25°C

I. V. Aristov I. V. Aristov , O. V. Bobreshova O. V. Bobreshova , S. Ya. Eliseev S. Ya. Eliseev , P. I. Kulintsov P. I. Kulintsov
Российский электрохимический журнал
Abstract / Full Text

By means of a multidimensional regression analysis of experimental data on the electroconductivities of aqueous hydrochloric solutions of glycine and alanine, mobilities of cations of the studied amino acids are obtained at 25°C. Conclusions are made as to various mechanisms of ionic transport in the HCl-Gly and HCl-Ala systems.

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  • Voronezh State University, Universitetskaya pl. 1, 394893, Voronezh, Russia

    I. V. Aristov, O. V. Bobreshova, S. Ya. Eliseev & P. I. Kulintsov

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