ammonium acetate


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ammonium acetate

[ə′mōn·yəm ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH3COONH4 A normal salt formed by the neutralization of acetic acid with ammonium hydroxide; a white, crystalline, deliquescent material used in solution for the standardization of electrodes for hydrogen ions.
CH3COONH4·CH3COOH An acid salt resulting from the distillation of the neutral salt or from its solution in hot acetic acid; crystallizes in deliquescent needles.
A mixture of the normal and acetic salts; used as a mordant in the dyeing of wool.
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A 1 ml aliquot of 1 mg/ml cytochrome C (bovine) in 10 mM ammonium acetate was prepared in a separate plastic vial, and then added to the acetic anhydride and n-utylamine reaction vial.
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1987) and this has led to the development of ammonia-based synthetic lures, including ammonium bicarbonate (Robacker & Warfield 1993) and ammonium acetate (Heath et al.
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