The rate of exchange of iodine with diiodotyrosine in squamous solution was studied as a function of the concentrations of both reactants, of the pH, and of the temperature. The concentration of diiodotyrosine was varied from 0.0000475 to 0.01251 moles per liter and that of the iodine from 0.0000103 to 0.000395 moles per liter. The upper limits of concentration studied were determined by the solubilities of both the iodine and diiodotyrosine. The ratio of concentration of diiodotyrosine to that of iodine was varied from 227 to 0.5. the temperature was varied from 25.1 degrees C to 42.1 degrees C, and the pH was varied from 0.80 to 5.25.
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Zeltzmann, Alfred H.. "The Kinetics of the Exchange Between Diiodotyrosine and Iodine." (1952). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/chem_etds/144