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Lithium acetate dihydrate is used as a buffer component in the modified ninhydrin reagent for amino analysis by ion-exchange chromatography. It is used as a catalyst in organic reactions, alkyd resin and acrylic polymer production and as an anticorrosion agent in molding polyphenylene sulfide resins as well as in the separation of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. In the pharmaceutical industry, it is utilized for the preparation of diuretics.
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