Dr Engelbert Buxbaum
engelbert_buxbaum at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 3 08:00:40 EST 2006
Ian Wheeldon wrote:
> Is there such things as 'lyophilizable salts'?
That's probably a salt which can be removed by lyophilisation together
with the solvent, e.g ammonium bicarbonate or triethylammonium
bicarbonate. They are used during purification by ion exchange
chromatography or ion pairing chromatography, especially for small
molecules where dialysis can not be used to remove excess salt.
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