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Review Article Volume 1 Issue 2

Formulation of Metastable Redox Systems According to GATES/GEB Principles. Simulated Ascorbinometric Titration of Ferricyanide

Anna M Michałowska-Kaczmarczyk1 and Tadeusz Michałowski2*

1Department of Oncology, The University Hospital in Cracow, Cracow, Poland
2Faculty of Engineering and Chemical Technology, Technical University of Cracow, Poland

*Corresponding Author: Tadeusz Michałowski, Faculty of Engineering and Chemical Technology, Technical University of Cracow, Poland.

Received: December 18, 2019; Published: January 21, 2020

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Abstract

  Simulated ascorbinometric titration of ferricyanide is considered from the viewpoint of thermodynamic instability of ferro- and ferricyanide species and their complexes, at different concentrations of H2SO4. The results of calculations, made according to GATES/GEB principles, are illustrated graphically by E = E(Φ), pH = pH(Φ) relationships and speciation diagrams. This illustrates fundamental advantages offered by GATES/GEB in the field of simulation of metastable systems.

Keywords: Ascorbinometric Titration; Computer Simulation; Ferricyanide; GATES; GEB

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Citation

Citation: Anna M Michałowska-Kaczmarczyk and Tadeusz Michałowski. “Formulation of Metastable Redox Systems According to GATES/GEB Principles. Simulated Ascorbinometric Titration of Ferricyanide".Acta Scientific Biotechnology 1.2 (2020): 01-09.




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