sodium oxalate


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sodium oxalate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′äk·sə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
Na2C2O4 A poisonous, white powder; soluble in water, insoluble in alcohol; used for leather tanning and as an analytical reagent.
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After incubation with various concentrations of sodium oxalate or metformin for 2 days, the cell viability of the cells was determined using the MTT dye reduction assay which is dependent on the activity of mitochondrial enzyme, succinate dehydrogenase in viable cells.
6 mM sodium oxalate treated cell lines following different time points (1, 2, and 3 hours) were detected with or without metformin in the present study.
The titration results deriving from repetitions of the AC determinations (which were necessary during establishment of this method in our laboratory and with its equipment) are listed in Table 3 and show that the method using sodium oxalate led to reliable and reproducible results.
4] solution with sodium oxalate can be recommended as a standardisation approach; it is very well applicable in almost every laboratory routine, especially because handling this chemical is much easier than handling arsenic trioxide.
To keep the electron from returning to the rhenium complex immediately, before the piston has time to move, the chemists allow sodium oxalate to donate an electron to replenish the rhenium complex.
The remarkable thing about this reaction is that sodium oxalate, an innocuous compound found in rhubarb leaves, can destroy CFCs.
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