Product codeN010 Nitroso-PSAP
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Nitroso-PSAP is a highly sensitive water-soluble colorimetric reagent for Fe(II) detection that forms a green complex with Fe(II) (λmax=756 nm, ε=4.5×104 ). This reagent is suitable for the determination of blood serum levels of Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu. The detection range is from 5 ppb to 5 ppm under the same detection condition. Nitroso-PSAP is useful in flow injection analyses. The workable pH range of the nitroso compounds is 5.6-10.1. The molar absorptivities and maximum wavelengths of the Co, Cu, and Ni complexes are 4.0×104 (490 nm), 2.8×104 (429 nm), and 2.6×104 (394 nm), respectively.
Table 1 Spectral Data of Nitroso-PSAP-Metal Complex
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4) I. Yoshida, F. Sagara and K. Ueno, "Potentiometric Studies on the Binding Properties of Protons, Some Divalent and Tervalent Metal Ions with 2-Nitroso-5-(N-propyl-3-sulfopropylamino)phenol", Anal. Sci., 1988, 4, 69.
5) T. Makino, K. Nakamura and K. takahara, "A high-performance liquid immunoaffinity chromatography method for determining transferrin-bound iron in serum", Clinica Chimica Acta, 2011, 412, 914.
Handling and storage condition
|Appearance：||Yellow to yellowish brown powder|
|Purity (Absorbance)：||≧ 97.0 %|
|Solubility in water：||To pass test (clear, reddish orange)|
|Absorbance(blank)：||≦ 0.050 (around 756 nm)|
|Molar absorptivity (Iron Complex)：||≧ 44,000 (around 756 nm)|