By James L. Tullis
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In solutions of silver, copper, and lead acetates it is nearly as soluble as in solutions of free acid of corresponding concentration. T h e solutions made with these acetates closely resemble those made with acids. T h e positive ion enters into combination with the edestin, and no longer remains as a free ion in the solution. Acetates of zinc and mercury have no solvent action. (12, pp. 170-1) Such strong a n d specific associations obtain b e t w e e n certain metals a n d certain of t h e p l a s m a proteins t h a t complex forma4 tion must b e a s s u m e d .
091, 24 Cohn used t o illustrate t h e general phenomena. T h e solubility of t h e albumin w a s lowered t h e more, t h e higher t h e concentration of ethanol in t h e mixture; b u t t h e solvent action of t h e salt w a s greater. P l o t t e d as t h e logarithm of t h e ratio of t h e solubility O 0 6 24 Mote Fraction Ethanol 0 . 0 9 07 Molo Fraction Ethanol ( Ι β Μ. % ) ( » „ . 080 Ο 0010 0 . M 90 Mol« Fraction Ethanol ( 4 0 β· X) JL _L JL F I G . 3. Solubility of crystallized hyman serum albumin in ethanol-water mixtures at — 5°C.
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