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Ammonium acetate is a reagent used in chromatographic analysis of various compounds such as oligos, proteins, and peptides. It is also employed with acetic acid to provide a buffer solution. Generally it behaves as a catalyst in many reactions like Knoevenagel, Borch. It is also employed as a nutrient additive.
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