4-HNE-dimethylacetal | 870608
(Each vial contains 6.8mg which yields ~5.2mg 4-HNE after deprotection)
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- Deprotection Procedure
- Molecular Formula
- Percent Composition
- C 65.31%, H 10.96%, O 23.73%
Each vial contains 6.8mg which yields ~5.2mg 4-HNE after deprotection.
- 6 Months
- CAS Number
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- Molecular Weight
- Exact Mass
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Note: HNE decomposes (polymerizes) in basic solution within a few minutes. Never use alkalies to neutralize the pH, but rather appropriately concentrated buffers. During saponification, methanol is generated. If methanol is undesirable, HNE can be extracted in chloroform or dichloromethane. HNE is only sparingly soluble in water.