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- EDTA Pure Acid
- EDTA DiSodium
- Di Sodium EDTA
- EDTA Tetra Sodium Salt
- EDTA Tetra Sodium
- Tetra Sodium EDTA Salt
- EDTA Calcium Disodium
- EDTA Diammonium
- EDTA Ferric Ammonium
- EDTA Iron
- EDTA Magnesium
- EDTA Manganese
- EDTA Tripotassium
- EDTA Zinc
- EDTA Di-Sodium Salt
- Di-Sodium EDTA Salt
- Disodium Dihydrogen Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetate
- Tetra Sodium EDTA
- E-Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid, Tetrasodium Salt
- EDTA Calcium
- EDTA Copper
- EDTA Ferric
- EDTA Ferric Sodium
- EDTA Ferrous
- EDTA Tetraammonium
- EDTA Triammonium
- EDTA Trisodium

  EDTA Ferric

EDTA is also known as H4EDTA, diamino ethanetetra acetic acid, edetic acid, edetate, ethylenedinitrilotetraacetic acid, celon A, gluma cleanser, versene acid, nervanaid B acid, nullapon B acid, ethylene diamine tetracetic acid, tetrine acid, trilon BS, vinkeil 100, warkeelate acid, N,N'-1,2-ethanediylbis(N-(carboxymethyl)glycine)edetic acid, YD-30.

  EDTA Ferric Ammonium

In coordination chemistry, H4EDTA is a member of the aminocarboxylate family of ligands that includes imidodiacetic acid ("H2IDA") and nitrilotriacetic acid ("H3NTA"). More specialized relatives include N,N'-ethylenediaminediacetic acid ("H2EDDA") and 1,2-diaminocyclohexane-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid ("H4CyDTA"). These ligands are all formally derived from the amino acid glycine.

  EDTA Ferric Sodium

H4EDTA forms highly stable coordination compounds that are soluble in water. In these complexes, the ligand is usually either hexa- or pentadentate, EDTA4- or HEDTA3-, respectively. Such complexes are chiral, and [Co(EDTA)]- has been resolved into enantiomers.[4]

  EDTA Iron

Iron is an essential nutrient for plant growth. However, if you put a simple iron compound such as iron nitrate in your solution, it will form a precipitate with other chemicals in the solution such as phosphate. To avoid this, you must use chelated iron. A chelating agent is a molecule that grabs onto an ion such as iron and holds it tightly so that it cannot precipitate. However, plants still have ways of extracting the iron they need from these compounds. EDTA iron is one type of chelated iron that you can use in a nutrient solution.