ACETONITRILE (C2H3N): STRUCTURE, USES, RISKSThe acetonitrile is a substance of organic origin formed by only carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. This chemical species belongs to the group of nitriles, with acetonitrile having the simplest structure among those of the organic type.Nitriles are a class of
Acetonitrile might sound like a term you find in a high school chemistry book, but there’s nothing elementary about its real world implications. While its colorless composition might seem innocuous, acetonitrile carries an Ether-like odor, hinting at its toxic effects. Like other dangerous chemicals
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Acetonitrile together with Methanol are the most commonly used solvents for HPLC and UHPLC Chromatography processes because most substances are easily soluble in both solvents, but not saturated hydrocarbons.
Acetonitrile has been used as an organic modifier and solvent in thin layer chromatography, paper chromatography, spectroscopic and polarographic analysis in recent years.
Acetonitrile is an indispensable laboratory reagent. What are its uses? What benefits can acetonitrile bring to chromatographic analysis? What are the advantages over methanol? What personal protection should be paid attention to in use?