Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

This book provides notes for basic laboratory experiments in qualitative analysis of cations. The book introduces readers to basic methods and laboratory safety. Subsequent chapters cover six groups ...
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The Third Group

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on the third group cations (detection and separation) and describes the method of work, precipitate format, and the impact of pH on the procedure.

Keywords:

Basic medium, Common ion, Hydroxides, Sulfides.

Affiliation:

Environmental Research and Studies Centre, University of Babylon, Babylon, Hilla, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

This book provides notes for basic laboratory experiments in qualitative analysis of cations. The book introduces readers to basic methods and laboratory safety. Subsequent chapters cover six groups ...
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The Second Group

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This chapter discusses the detection and separation of the second group of cations. It gives step by step practical directions and a set of rules, which must be followed for successful detection and separation of the cations.

Keywords:

Acidic medium, Common Ion, Sulphides, Thioacetamide.

Affiliation:

Environmental Research and Studies Centre, University of Babylon, Babylon, Hilla, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

This book provides notes for basic laboratory experiments in qualitative analysis of cations. The book introduces readers to basic methods and laboratory safety. Subsequent chapters cover six groups ...
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The First Group

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Chapter three provides the procedure for the detection and separation of the first group cations, highlighting the importance of the solubility constant and the effect of pH on the detection and separation of the cations.

Keywords:

Chlorides, Detection, Separation, Silver group, The solubility constant ksp.

Affiliation:

Environmental Research and Studies Centre, University of Babylon, Babylon, Hilla, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

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Inorganic Qualitative Analysis

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Abstract

In this chapter, the different types of analysis are explained. In addition, the importance of the rule of solubility of compounds in water in separation and identification of the cations is emphasised.

Keywords:

Qualitative analysis, Quantitative analysis, Solubility rules, Soluble compounds.

Affiliation:

Environmental Research and Studies Centre, University of Babylon, Babylon, Hilla, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

This book provides notes for basic laboratory experiments in qualitative analysis of cations. The book introduces readers to basic methods and laboratory safety. Subsequent chapters cover six groups ...
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General Guidelines for Laboratory Work

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Abstract

Chapter one gives the students the information that they need to bear in mind before entering the laboratory. Moreover, students will learn about the safety rules and be familiarized with the laboratory techniques and apparatus. Chapter one will give instructions about recording observations and writing laboratory reports.

Keywords:

Apparatus, Laboratory reports, Safety, Work techniques.

Affiliation:

Environmental Research and Studies Centre, University of Babylon, Babylon, Hilla, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

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Preface

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Huda S. Alhasan and Nadiyah Alahmadi

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Environmental Research and Studies Centre, University of Babylon, Babylon, Hilla, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

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Foreword

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Naser Abdulhasan Almatwari

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Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science / University of Kufa, Iraq.

Principles of Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Precipitation, Separation and Identification of Cations

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Age and Dose-dependent Effects of Alpha-lipoic Acid on Human Microtubule-associated Protein Tau-induced Endoplasmic Reticulum Unfolded Protein Response: Implications for Alzheimer’s Disease

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Author(s): Elahe Zarini-Gakiye, Nima Sanadgol*, Kazem Parivar, Gholamhassan Vaezi*

Journal Name: CNS & Neurological Disorders - Drug Targets
(Formerly Current Drug Targets - CNS & Neurological Disorders)

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Background: In human tauopathies, pathological aggregation of misfolded/unfolded proteins particularly microtubule-associated protein tau (MAPT, tau) is considered to be essential mechanisms that trigger the induction of endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress.

Objective: Here we assessed the molecular effects of natural antioxidant alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) in human tauR406W (htau)-induced ER unfolded protein response (ERUPR) in fruit flies.

Methods: In order to reduce htau neurotoxicity during brain development, we used a transgenic model of tauopathy where the maximum toxicity was observed in adult flies. Then, the effects of ALA (0.001, 0.005, and 0.025% w/w of diet) in htau-induced ERUPR and behavioral dysfunctions in the ages 20 and 30 days were evaluated in Drosophila melanogaster.

Results: Data from expression (mRNA and protein) patterns of htau, analysis of eyes external morphology as well as larvae olfactory memory were confirmed our tauopathy model. Moreover, expression of ERUPR-related proteins involving activating transcription factor 6 (ATF6), inositol regulating enzyme 1 (IRE1), and protein kinase RNA-like ER kinase (PERK) were upregulated and locomotor function decreased in both ages of the model flies. Remarkably, the lower dose of ALA modified ERUPR and supported the reduction of behavioral deficits in youngest adults through enhancement of GRP87/Bip, reduction of ATF6, downregulation of PERK-ATF4 pathway, and activation of the IRE1-XBP1 pathway. On the other hand, only a higher dose of ALA was able to affect the ERUPR via moderation of PERK-ATF4 signaling in the oldest adults. As ALA also exerts their higher protective effects on the locomotor function of younger adults when htauR406W expressed in all neurons (htau-elav) and mushroom body neurons (htau-ok), we proposed that ALA has age-dependent effects in this model.

Conclusion: Taken together, based on our results we conclude that aging potentially influences the ALA effective dose and mechanism of action on tau-induced ERUPR. Further molecular studies will warrant possible therapeutic applications of ALA in age-related tauopathies.

Keywords: Aging, Alzheimer's disease, IRE1, XBP1, PERK, ATF4

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