from Conductivity Data!
Dear Sir or Madam
the Theoprax-Method, a new way to use conductivity measurement in
analytical chemistry, opens up new prospects in complex chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and biochemistry.
In complex chemistry, the pH-spectrum makes it possible
to make a statement about the concentration of the complex,
complexing agent and central ion. Also you can make a
statement about the stoichiometry of the complex in
solution. It is no more necessary to isolate it. The
pH-spectrum shows you how the stoichiometry of the complex
changes with the pH-value of your solution. Furthermore, it
shows the preference of the complexing agent/central ion
for an metal ion/complexing agent in the presence of other
metal ions/complexing agents. The pH-spectrum also shows
the optimum pH-value for complex formation.
In pharmaceutical chemistry and biochemistry for example
you can use the Theoprax-Method as a diagnostic tool to
speed up your separation technique (affinity chromatography).
The pH-spectrum makes it possible to show the
the catabolism of the substrate as well as the
pH-activity-curve of the enzyme. It is also possible to
show the interaction between antigen and antibody.
For very expensive samples you can try to use microelectrodes.
If you need more information or have any question please do not
hesitate to contact our service.
I would be glad, if the Theoprax measuring method would help you
to reach your research goals as much as it helped me and that you will
be able to carry out your research work more quickly and more effectively
with the measuring results gained through this new method.
Dr. George Mermigidis