Amberlyst|r A-26(OH) is widely utilized to catalyze reactions such as aldol condensation and carbonylation. It is used to remove the anionic transition metal complexes from aqueous and non-aqueous mediums, acids and mercaptans from hydrocarbons and other non-polar solvents. It plays an essential role for the removal of oleic acid from chlorinated hydrocarbons and acids from phenol-acetone solutions. It is actively involved in the determination of cadmium by flow injection atomic absorption spectrometry and as packaging material for column chromatography.
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