COMPLEX DI-HYDRATE CALCIUM PHOSPHATE - GLUTARALDEHYDE: FORMULATION MECHANISM
AbstractThe di-hydrate calcium phosphate CaHPO4, H2O (DCPD) reacts with glutaraldehyde OCH – (CH2)3 – CHO (GL) in an aqueous solution to give the complex OCH – (CH2)3 – CH(OH) – O – PO3Ca (DCPD-GL). In the solution, the complex appears in the form of hydrates (enolic stabilized by intramolecular isomery d, e, f and as the corresponding carboxylic acid g). In the solid state it is the enolic form wich dominates (cis and trans).
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Mohammed, B., Amina, D., & Boudjemaa, B. (2015). COMPLEX DI-HYDRATE CALCIUM PHOSPHATE - GLUTARALDEHYDE: FORMULATION MECHANISM. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 11(10). Retrieved from http://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/6488