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Re: BAP10 / Mix it yourself?


Good morning, Jim:

Your correct, it's Research Organics <http://www.resorg.com>.  BAP has a 
solubility of 60mg/L in water and is not soluble in most organic solvents.  
RO sells an aqueous solution using 0.1N NaOH (0.1%) of BAP at 1000ppm (100mL 
is $9.10) and 10000ppm (100mL is $19.70).  It probably forms a sodium salt at 
>7 pH.

BAP is soluble in DMSO [dimethylsulfoxide]. But how much to use, I don't 
know.  DMSO at high level(?) becomes toxic.

Hostally,

Rich Horowitz
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