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Trimethylaminomethyl ferrocene ( C i F c ) chloride was obtained by metathesis of the corresponding iodide salt (Strem Chemicals) with AgCl. A g i precipitate was filtered from the solution and cyclic voltammetry was employed to verify if I- was completely removed. Hexanyldimethylaminomethyl ferrocene bromide (QFcBr) and hexadecanyl dimethylaminomethyl ferrocene bromide (CioFcBr) were synthesized from D M A F c with bromohexane and bromohexadecane, respectively (29). The crude products were recrvstallized from acetone-ether.
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The addition of polyhydroxyl compounds to enzyme solutions have been shown to increase the stabilities of enzymes, (13,16,19,20). g. sucrose, polyethylene glycols, sugar alcohols, etc), with water in the system. This effectively reduces the protein - water in teractions as the polyhydroxy compounds become preferentially hydrated and thus the hydrophobic interactions of the protein structure are effectively strengthened. This leads to an increased resistance to thermal denaturation of the protein structure, and in the case of enzymes, an increase in the stability of the enzyme, shown by retention of enzymic activity at temperatures at which unmodified aqueous enzyme solutions are deactivated This effect of polyhydroxyl compounds may not be quite as simple as it has been described, as the structure of the polyhydroxyl compound may play some part in effec tive stabilization of enzymes in "wet" systems.
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