Ammonium or Potassium Acetate?
ben.long at yourfinger.anu.edu.au
Tue Feb 7 22:01:16 EST 2006
Wolfgang Schechinger wrote:
> Dear experts,
> some miniprep protocols use ammonium acetate instead of potassium
> acetate. Is there any advantage or is this just another variation of
> the theme?
> Please reply to the group, the email ends in auto trash
AmAc will be completely volatile whereas the K salt is not. Very handy
if you plan to concentrate by evaporative methods.
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