Bathocuproinedisulfonic acid, disodium salt
Product codeB002 Bathocuproinedisulfonic acid, disodium salt
Chemical name2,9-Dimethyl-4,7-diphenyl-1,10-phenanthrolinedisulfonic acid, disodium salt
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Bathocuproinedisulfonic acid is a water-soluble analog of bathocuproine that emits fluorescence under UV light. Since the Bathocuproine-Cu(I) complex formed by this analog is water-soluble, Cu(I) can be determined by direct measurement of the assay solution at 483-522 nm without solvent extraction. The molar absorptivity of the bathocuproinedisulfonic acid-Cu(I) complex is 1.2×104. Dr. Faizullah developed a system to quickly determine Cu(I) at around 30 ppm by using Bathocuproine-disulfonic acid in flow injection analysis. Dr. Sawada developed a highly sensitive Cu(I) detection system using e long flow cell. Dr. Sawada’s system can detect as little as 0-15 ppb Cu(I) in water samples without pretreatment.
1) K. Ueno, T. Imamura and K. L. Cheng, "Handbook of Organic Analitical Reagents 2nd Edition", CRC Press, 1992.
2) T. Ishii and S. Bannai, "The Synergistic Action of the Copper Chelator Bathocuproine Sulphonate and Cysteine in Enhancing Growth of L1210 Cells in Vitro", J. Cell. Physiology, 1985, 125, 151.
Handling and storage condition
|Appearance：||White to pale yellowish brown powder|
|Solubility in water：||To pass test (clear, colorless to pale yellowish brown)|
|Solubility in CH3COONa solution：||To pass test (clear, colorless to slightly yellowish brown)|
|Absorbance：||≧ 0.740 (around 285 nm)|
|Absorbance (Cu complex)：||≧ 0.210 (around 480 nm)|
|Water content：||≦ 7.5 %|
|Sulfated ash：||≦ 30.0 %|