acetonitrile


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acetonitrile

[‚as·ə·tō′nī‚tril]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CN A colorless liquid soluble in water; used in organic synthesis.
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At the same time, a quaternary mobile phase consisting of acetic acid, water, acetonitrile, and methanol was used to decrease the matrix effects of icaritin from 3.
The obtained PAMUs were washed by methanol (2 X 50 ml), acetonitrile (2 X 50 ml) and distilled water (2 X 100 ml) to remove the unreacted components.
The wells were washed twice with 200 [micro]L of 4% phosphoric acid before the analytes were eluted twice with 50 [micro]L of 75% acetonitrile and 2.
The separation started at 20% acetonitrile, followed by a linear gradient of acetonitrile to 75% in 3 min.
The acetonitrile plant will utilize crude acetonitrile byproduct from the AN plants in the country.
Drying HPLC purification fractions, principally comprising water and acetonitrile, is a routine yet essential task in many laboratories.
After 11 minutes of isocratic elution at 50% acetonitrile (elution of Lucirin TPO L), the gradient was run to 100% acetonitrile within one minute and kept at this level for 13 minutes to ensure complete elution ofresidues of the soxhlet extract.
Another 5-gram aliquot of the same patty was mixed with 75 mL of acetonitrile.
05 with orthophosphoric acid, 1 volume of Acetonitrile and 1 volume of ethanol and degas by sonication for 5 minutes.
Acetonitrile was removed and the gel pieces were dried in a vacuum centrifuge.
The thermal stability of amylase I and amylase II were tested in presence of 20% of acetonitrile and isopropanol or 15% osmolytes containing 0% NaCl at pH 9.