Nutritional Value and Mathematical Measurement of Organic Trace Elements

  • Pan Jijun
Keywords: Organic trace elements; Health nutrition; Mathematical measurement; Complexation (chelation) rate


The biochemical stability of organic trace elements has a protective effect on metal ions and effectively inhibits the mutual interaction of mineral elements. Organic trace elements complexes or chelates of trace elements formed with amino acids, polysaccharides, peptides, and proteins as ligands, such as zinc methionine chelate, iron lysine chelate, copper casein, and polysaccharide metal complexes Wait. This article analyzes the health nutrition and mathematical measurement of organic trace elements. The complexation rate of organic trace elements, that is, the proportion of complexed elements, is often used as an important indicator of product quality. Gel filtration chromatography provides a method for separating separated substances into molecular sizes based on the principle of molecular sieves. Trace element ions in the free state can flow out due to their low molecular weight, which can separate trace elements in different forms. The eluate of the trace element complex was collected and the chelation rate was calculated. Aiming at the characteristics of various organic trace elements, the establishment of simple and effective measurement methods is of great significance to factory production management and market supervision.