Product Chemical Name: Zinc, iron. manganese, copper, selenium, calcium, phosphorus-acetate monohydrate
Product Chemical Formula:
(CH3COO) 2 • H2O
Product Code: Trace Elements E4
Use Animal Types: All animal species
MultiMix In our MultiMix production, 99,9% metallic copper and the other metals are obtained first of all Dentritic Copper then other trace elements. Metals are dissolved in acid (H2SO4, HCl). In order to make it complex, we need to either bring it to gas or liquid form. We produce; liquid phase solubilization - Complex formation in EDTA medium (copper acetate) - Crystallization of the resulting liquid phase (sedimentation) - We are carrying out liquid phase formation (product) again. The formation of the dentritic structure takes place by adjusting the cooling rate of the solid phase to the liquid phase. Bonding- Precipitation.
In the process of metabolic cleavage of carbohydrates, the locomotive complex, active acetatic salt (monohydrate aconacetate), which is described above in the production cycle, synthesizes the acetyl CoA enzyme. This enzyme is active in the degradation of carbohydrate complexes. The synthesis of this intermediate chain reaction product of the intermediate step (acetyl CoA) significantly increases the degradation efficiency of carbohydrates, which in turn increases metabolic efficiency. As a result, in addition to increasing the utilization of feed and increasing the body's resistance in animals, it prevents liquid and feed depletion, provides high resistance to animals against all kinds of diseases, prevents harmful bacteria formation, supports the balance of body fluid (elecrolide)
MultiMix - What is Liquid Organic Mineral Complex?
Dentritic Monohydrate Zinc Iron Manganese Copper Acetate
Dentritic material is a technical expression. Materials Physical microstructures of the material are determined when they are examined in a SEM (scanning electron microscope) microscope. These microstructures can be spherical, diagonal, needle-like, amorphous. These are crystal structures. These materials exhibit different physical and chemical properties when the crystal structure is different even though the chemical content of the material is the same. The physical characteristics of each of the materials are different. For example, although Diamond - Coal has the same chemical (carbon in two) structure, its physical properties are completely different. The reason for this difference is the difference in the molecular arrangement.
Every 1000 mL
(liquid organic mineral complex)