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The Free Dictionary describes a complexation reaction as a chemical reaction between a ligand and a metal ion. A ligand is an ionic entity with at least one atom that contains an unshared pair of electrons. More »

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One of the most common types of complexometric titrations involves using EDTA as the testing reagent. Other chelating agents such as EGTA and CDTA can be used. A specific metal ion titrant and indicator can be used in so... More »

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Binary ionic compounds are formed by the reaction between positive and negative ions of two different elements only and where the positive ion has two different forms or charges. Iron can have two different forms or char... More »

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