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Posted 19 June 2014 - 03:53 PM

This is crossed from the Molecular Biology forum but I can't delete the thread there.

 

I have a stock solution of 2,5 M glycine used for ChIP that I store in 4 C (filtered through 0,22 um). After 2 months of storage and use, I noticed that large clear crystals have formed in my bottle. Is this solution still usable? Can I heat to dissolve the crystals? How can I prevent this?



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Posted 22 June 2014 - 03:43 AM

http://www.chemicall...oco/GLYCINE.htm

 

As melting point is 245oC, I think you can heat it to 50- 60oC to dissolve. White Crystals is normal physical property so it may have settled due to low temperature.






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