6.6) using pre-formed carboxymethylcellulose-iron (CMC-Fe) complexes.

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The CMC-Fe complexes were prepared at a fixed CMC concentration, i.e.

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The quantity of iron bound to CMC was determined by the inductively coupled plasma (ICP-MS) method.

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