ammonium formate


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ammonium formate

[ə′mōn·yəm ′fȯr·‚māt]
(organic chemistry)
HCO2NH4 Deliquescent crystals or granules with a melting point of 116°C; soluble in water and alcohol; used in analytical chemistry to precipitate base metals from salts of the noble metals.
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Denoxium is a solution of ammonium formate and urea and it has a freezing point of -30oC.
Kemira has already demonstrated its ammonium formate -based DENOXIUM(TM) concept to all the leading vehicle manufacturers in Europe and the reception has been enthusiastic.
Kemira has developed Denoxium, a mixture of urea, ammonium formate and water--as a fully compatible and interchangeable replacement for urea in such systems.
The enzyme activities for GAA, GLA, and IDUA were compared in sodium formate and ammonium formate buffers at pH 4.
We obtained acetonitrile and methanol from Carlo Erba, dichloromethane and isopropanol from Prolabo, and formic acid and ammonium formate from Sigma.
To each well we added 70 /,L of 5 mmol/L ammonium formate in methanol-chloroform (3:1 by volume), and the sample was infused into the mass spectrometer.
Cortisol and ammonium formate were purchased from Sigma, and [d.
1 cm) packed with 5-[micro]m diameter particles of Hypersil silica (Agilent Technologies) and equilibrated with 25% solution A (15 mmol/L ammonium formate, pH 3.
4]Cl, disodium EDTA, formic acid, sodium metabisulfite, ammonium hydroxide, ammonium formate, 1-octanol, and glacial acetic acid were purchased from Sigma.