Synthesis of New Sodium Pectinate Metal Complexes with Cobalt and Nickel Ions and Their Antimicrobial Activity
New water-soluble nickel and cobalt complexes—sodium cobalt pectinate (PNaCo) and sodium nickel pectinate (PNaNi)—have been obtained from sodium pectinate with a salt formation extent of 35%, and their physicochemical properties have been studied. Antimicrobial activity of PNaCo and PNaNi against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and fungi has been shown.
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project no. 18–03–00310).
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