Isoelectric and isoionic points. Any chemist could help?
Hi!Please, could someone explain to me the difference between isoelectric point and isoionic point? I know that the isoelectric point of hair occurs when the pH is 3.67 and the isoionic point when the pH is between 5.6 and 6.2, but I don’t understand the difference between them (despite searching the internet), and how this affects the formulation of hair products (if it does).I will appreciate your help.
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