EDTA Zinc [14025-21-9]
EDTA – an organic chemical compound, a polycarboxylic acid and at the same time an α-amino acid. Forms edetate salts with strong hydroxides. It is a widely used complexing agent for many metal cations, usually in the form of disodium salt due to its greater solubility in water.
Appearance: White solid
Molar mass 399.58 g / mol
Chemical formula: C10H12N2O8Zn · 2Na
PH: 6.0 – 7.0 (1% solution in H2O)
Relative density: 800 – 1000 g / l
Water solubility: Soluble
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