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PostSubject: Basic information of Iminodiacetic acid   Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:27 am

Iminodiacetic acid, HN(CH2CO2H)2, often abbreviated to IDA, is an dicarboxylic acid amine. The iminodiacetate anion can act as a tridentate ligand to form a metal complex with two, fused, five membered chelate rings. The proton on the nitrogen atom can be replaced by a carbon atom of a polymer to create an ion-exchange resin, such as chelex 100.
Iminodiacetic acid is mainly used for the manufacture of glyphosate and other pesticides, ion exchange resins and rubber raw materials, electroplating and so on.

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