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Thermochemistry of Binding of Lead(II) and Cadmium(II) by Saccharides in Aqueous Solution

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Solution calorimetry was used to determine enthalpies and stability constants for binding of lead(II) or cadmium(II) by galacturonic acid and several monosaccharides in aqueous solution. New values for enthalpies of solution in water are reported for galacturonic acid and maltose monohydrate. The interaction of water solvent with the reactants is the largest factor in the binding process.

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Mihalick, J.E., Griffiths, W.P., Muten, J.E. et al. Thermochemistry of Binding of Lead(II) and Cadmium(II) by Saccharides in Aqueous Solution. Journal of Solution Chemistry 28, 1019–1030 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1022614111327

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