Synthesis of Molybdenum Acid-containing Chelates and Their Usage in Broiler Feeding


  • G. Chagelishvili, A. Chkuaseli, I. Beshkenadze, N. Klarjeishvili, M. Gogaladzeb, G. Begheluri


Molybdenum, chelate, premix, broiler, glutamine acid, methionine.


Synthesis conditions are established and molybdenum chelate compounds are synthesized with general formulas [(H2MoO4)x·gl]·nH2O,(where x=1-3; gl-glutamine acid, n=2; 3) (I) and [(H2MoO4)x·Mt]·nH2O(where x=1;2; n=1; 2 Mt-methionine). The composition,individuality, and qualitative solubility in different solvents of the synthesized compounds are determined. Thermal analysis determinesthe nature of the thermal decomposition of the compounds. The degree of dissociation of chelates and the dissociation constants aredetermined based on the conductometric study. An experiment was conducted on a broiler to study biological activity. Dynamicsof broiler live mass, absolute live weight gain, daily weight gain, fowl keeping, feeding expenditure for 1 kg. weight gain, broilergrowth efficiency. It has been established that the use of chelate molybdenum in broiler feeding had a positive effect on all the aboveparameters and the optimal dose of chelate is 100-150 mcg. on one wing.