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Matt Mackenzie Ferritin Lab 5/3/07 Partners: Trevor Bland Katey Doyle Larry Najuch
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Part 2: 1) Not all the Iron was released due to the fact that there was not enough solution to synthesis the reaction. 2) 2) DHF helped release the iron from the protein, which is ferritin. Ferrozine breaks Fe(III) down to Fe(II).
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Unformatted text preview: NaOAC reacts as a buffer and stabilizes Fe(II) 3) Iron (II) is bound to ferritin in aqueous solutions. 4) Iron(III) is stabilized in this reaction by the buffer NaOAC. 5) Ferritin is found in our biological system. We already have ferrozine within our bodies 6)...
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