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*  Sodium diacetate
Sodium acetate Barrow, Michael J.; Currie, Murdoch; Muir, Kenneth W.; Speakman, J. Clare; White, David N, J. "Crystal ... H2O Also described as the sodium acid salt of acetic acid, is best described as the sodium salt of the hydrogen-bonded anion ( ... Sodium diacetate is a compound with formula NaH(C 2H 3O 2) 2. It is a salt of acetic acid. It is a colorless solid that is used ... Structure of sodium hydrogen diacetate, redetermined by neutron diffraction" Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin ...
*  NAAC
... , the chemical compound Sodium Acetate. 2-oxo-3-(5-oxofuran-2-ylidene)propanoate lactonase, an enzyme the National ...
*  Balanced salt solution
... sodium acetate trihydrate (C2H3NaO2•3H2O) 3.9 mg, sodium citrate dihydrate (C6H5Na3O7•2H2O) 1.7 mg, sodium hydroxide and/or ... dibasic sodium phosphate 0.42 mg (2.95858 mmol), sodium bicarbonate 2.1 mg (24.998 mmol), dextrose 0.92 mg (5.1067 mmol), ... Solutions most commonly include sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and chloride. Balanced salt solutions are used for ... BSS Plus (ophthalmic irrigation solution) (produced by Alcon) Composition per 1mL (once preparation complete): sodium chloride ...
*  Hand warmer
"How do sodium acetate heat pads work?". HowStuffWorks. Retrieved 2007-09-03. Ibrahim Dincer and Marc A. Rosen. Thermal Energy ... Play media See also: Sodium acetate#Heating pad This type of hand warmers can be recharged by immersing the hand-warmer in very ...
*  Base (chemistry)
Resonance stabilization, however, enables weaker bases such as carboxylates; for example, sodium acetate is a weak base. A ... Sodium carbonate is used as washing soda and for softening hard water. Sodium hydrogen carbonate is used as baking soda in ... When dissolved in water, the strong base sodium hydroxide ionizes into hydroxide and sodium ions: NaOH → Na+ + OH− and ... 2NLi Sodium amide (NaNH2) Sodium hydride (NaH) Lithium bis(trimethylsilyl)amide [(CH 3) 3Si] 2NLi When a neutral base forms a ...
*  Heck reaction
... acetate. The ligand is triphenylphosphine, PHOX or BINAP. The base is triethylamine, potassium carbonate or sodium acetate. ... In one modification palladium acetate and the ionic liquid (bmim)PF6 are immobilized inside the cavities of reversed-phase ... The reaction conditions differ in catalyst used (palladium acetate) and catalyst loading (0.01 eq.), base used (a hindered ... Arylation of olefins with palladium(II) acetate". J. Am. Chem. Soc. 91 (25): 7166. doi:10.1021/ja01053a047. PMID 27462934. Heck ...
*  Salt (chemistry)
For example, sodium acetate, NaCH3COO, smells similar to acetic acid CH3COOH. Acid salt also known as Hydrogen salt Alkali ... chloride or acetate). Salts are often referred to only by the name of the cation (e.g., sodium salt or ammonium salt) or by the ... The name of a salt starts with the name of the cation (e.g., sodium or ammonium) followed by the name of the anion (e.g., ... For example, all salts of sodium, potassium and ammonium are soluble in water, as are all nitrates and many sulfates - barium ...
*  Seasoning
Acid seasonings-Plain vinegar (sodium acetate), or same aromatized with tarragon; verjuice, lemon and orange juices. Hot ...
*  Ethanol precipitation
Crouse J, Amorese D (1987). "Ethanol Precipitation: Ammonium Acetate as an Alternative to Sodium Acetate" (PDF). Focus. 9 (2): ... Crouse J, Amorese D (1987). "Ethanol Precipitation: Ammonium Acetate as an Alternative to Sodium Acetate" (PDF). Focus. 9 (2): ...
*  Common ion effect
According to Le Chatelier's principle, the addition of acetate ions from sodium acetate will suppress the ionization of acetic ... if both sodium acetate and acetic acid are dissolved in the same solution they both dissociate and ionize to produce acetate ... Sodium acetate is a strong electrolyte so it dissociates completely in solution. Acetic acid is a weak acid so it only ionizes ... Soaps are sodium salts of fatty acids. Addition of sodium chloride reduces the solubility of the soap salts. The soaps ...
*  Hydrolysis
For example, sodium acetate dissociates in water into sodium and acetate ions. Sodium ions react very little with the hydroxide ... with an aqueous base such as sodium hydroxide (NaOH). During the process, glycerol is formed, and the fatty acids react with ... ions whereas the acetate ions combine with hydronium ions to produce acetic acid. In this case the net result is a relative ...
*  Passenger car (rail)
These worked on the same principle a modern sodium acetate heating pads. Later, steam heating was introduced, using a steam ...
*  Rehydrex
It contains 25 mg/ml glucose, as well as sodium acetate and sodium chloride. Rehydrex from the Swedish official drug catalog ...
*  Reactions of organoborates and boranes
Alkynyl groups migrate selectively, forming enynes after treatment with sodium acetate and hydrogen peroxide. (11) Most ... The mixture was poured into saturated aqueous sodium carbonate (75 mL) and extracted with three 50-mL portions of ether. ...
*  Heating pad
... crystals of sodium acetate into the solution which then act as nucleation sites for the crystallization of the sodium acetate ... The pad can be reused by placing it in boiling water for 10-15 minutes, which redissolves the sodium acetate trihydrate in the ... The most common reusable heat pads contain a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate in water. Crystallization is triggered ... sodium acetate trihydrate, CH3COONa·3H2O). Because the liquid is supersaturated, this makes the solution crystallize suddenly, ...
*  Platinum
... acetate is not commercially available. Where a base is desired, the halides have been used in conjunction with sodium acetate. ... Platinum(II,IV) oxide, Pt3O4, is formed in the following reaction: 2 Pt2+ + Pt4+ + 4 O2− → Pt3O4 Unlike palladium acetate, ... Acid and Chloroplatinic Acid in the Determination of Small Amounts of Potassium in the Presence of Large Amounts of Sodium". ...
*  DNA extraction
Precipitation of DNA is improved by increasing of ionic strength, usually by adding sodium acetate. Phenol-chloroform ... to the DNA can be removed either by adding a protease or by having precipitated the proteins with sodium or ammonium acetate, ...
*  Hangover
Likewise, acetic acid (or the acetate ion) can cause additional problems. One study found that injecting sodium acetate into ... High acetate levels cause adenosine to accumulate in many parts of the brain. But when the rats were given caffeine, which ... "Acetate causes alcohol hangover headache in rats". PLoS One. 5 (12): e15963. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015963. PMC 3013144 . ... Maxwell CR, Spangenberg RJ, Hoek JB, Silberstein SD, Oshinsky ML (December 2010). "Acetate causes alcohol hangover headache in ...
*  Liquid-liquid extraction
The acetic acid reacts with the sodium bicarbonate to form sodium acetate, carbon dioxide, and water. Caffeine can also be ... For example, it is possible for sodium cations to be reduced at a mercury cathode to form sodium amalgam, while at an inert ... The beans or leaves can be soaked in ethyl acetate which favorably dissolves the caffeine, leaving a majority of the coffee or ... The acetic acid can then be scrubbed (removed) from the organic phase by shaking the organic extract with sodium bicarbonate. ...
*  The Death Dealers
In his experiment, he had somehow used sodium cyanide instead of sodium acetate, both white powders. Later, Brade is questioned ... Substituting cyanide for acetate in the acidic solution produced hydrogen cyanide gas, which killed him. Second, valves on ...
*  Buffer solution
For example, an acetate buffer can be made from a mixture of acetic acid and sodium acetate. Similarly an alkaline buffer can ... For alkaline buffers, a strong base such as sodium hydroxide may be added. Alternatively, a buffer mixture can be made from a ... If strong alkali, such as sodium hydroxide, is added y will have a negative sign because alkali removes hydrogen ions from the ...
*  Carbomycin
The addition of the organic salts sodium acetate and sodium tartrate also increases the yield of the antibiotic. Studies of the ... that the biosynthesis of carbomycin by Streptomyces halstedii include the synthesis of the lactone backbone from eight acetate ...
*  Haloterrigena turkmenica
This organism has been found to use the following substrates for growth: glycerol, propionate, citrate, and sodium acetate. ... and sodium carbonate (NaCO3). Haloterrigena turkmenica was initially placed in the Halobacteriaceae family as Halococcus ...
*  Gladys W. Royal
Her thesis, The Influence of Rations Containing Sodium Acetate and Sodium Propionate on the Composition of Tissues From Feeder ... Royal, Gladys (1954). The Influence of Rations Containing Sodium Acetate and Sodium Propionate on the Composition of Tissues ...
*  Elias James Corey
If this product is undesired, powdered sodium acetate can be used as a buffer to achieve only initial oxidation. The robustness ... 1998). "Enantiospecific Syntheses of (+)-Crotepoxide, (+)-Boesenoxide, (+)-β-Senepoxide, (+)-Pipoxide Acetate, (−)- iso - ...
*  List of food additives
... stabiliser Sodium hydrogen acetate - preservative, acidity regulator Sodium hydroxide - mineral salt Sodium lactate - food acid ... Luohanguo Sodium acetate - preservative, acidity regulator Sodium adipate - food acid Sodium alginate - thickener, vegetable ... preservative Sodium ferrocyanide - anti-caking agent Sodium formate - preservative Sodium fumarate - food acid Sodium gluconate ... mineral salt Sodium bisulfite (sodium hydrogen sulfite) - preservative, antioxidant Sodium carbonate - mineral salt Sodium ...