sodium acetate


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sodium acetate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
NaC2H3O2 Colorless, efflorescent crystals, soluble in water and ether; melts at 324°C; used as a chemical intermediate and for pharmaceuticals, dyes, and dry colors.
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The samples after heat treatment was applied on pre equilibrated DEAE sephadex A-50 column using 50 mM sodium acetate buffer pH 6.
They are indicated for the hydration of calves, are supposedly alkalizing, having sodium bicarbonate or sodium acetate, and contain glucose or lactose as energy source.
The buffers used were 1mM citrate buffer for (pH 3 and 4), 1 mM sodium acetate buffer of (pH 5 and 6), and 1Mm phosphate buffer of (pH 7 to 9).
Ammonium sulfate precipitated sample was dialyzed against 50 mM sodium acetate buffer (pH 5.
Besides, sodium acetate, a basic component of commercial MRS medium, is known as an energy source as well as selective agent for lactobacilli (Stiles et al.
A new compound of oxime can be provided from hydroxyl amine hydrochloride and sodium acetate.
Lineweaver Burk plot was used to measure Michaelis-Menten constant and maximum reaction rate at varying concentrations of ONPG in 100 mM sodium acetate buffer at pH 4.
1 M) Hydrochloric acid (pH 1-2) sodium acetate (1 M) and acetic acid (1 M) (pH 3-6) ammonium acetate (1 M) (pH-7) sodium tetra borate (1 M) and boric acid (1 M) (pH 8) sodium carbonate (saturated) and sodium bicarbonate (1 M) (pH 9) ammonia solution (1 M) and ammonium chloride (1 M) (pH 10)
Cold sodium acetate is an example of a supercooled liquid.
Subsequently, the maximum recovery of genomic DNA was obtained by using 50 [micro]L of 2M NaCl and double volumes of 100% absolute ethanol at -20[degrees]C for overnight as compared to the 3 M sodium acetate and propanol.