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Getting rid of Cyanogen Bromide

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Old 04-27-2007, 05:05 PM
James Stroud
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Default Getting rid of Cyanogen Bromide



Hello All,

I have some left-over cyanogen bromide from a cleavage reaction of a
protein and I would like to react it to something less dangerous
(preferably inert). Does anyone have any suggestions?

James

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