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Basic salt

Basic salt

a salt in which there are one or more hydroxyl ions not replaced by the electronegative element of an acid; e.g., Fe(OH)2Cl.

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Basic Knowledge about DNA Extraction

... in marine bacterioplankton communities and also Sequencing. The basic step of DNA Extraction is lysis of the cells or virus containing the ... What’s more, the precipitation of a protein can be achieved by adding salt such as ammonium or sodium acetate. When the sample is vortexed with ...

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Benedicts solution in a acidic medium (by accident!)

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DNA Topology Question...

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Re: why nucleus is said to be acid

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by MikeS
Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:58 pm
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