Acetonitrile, LC/MS Grade


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Acetonitrile is an aliphatic nitrile with a pleasant odor and colorless liquid appearance when stored at room temperature. It is ideal for fluorimetric and spectrophotometric techniques due to its clarity under UV-visible light. It has been widely used as a polar aprotic solvent in organic syntheses due to its high eluting ability. Our premium quality Acetonitrile LC/MS grade is highly recommended for high performance liquid chromatography (LC/MS ) systems. It is also certified by the ACS (American Chemical Society) as a reagent due to its high purity.

Common Uses

  • Reagent
  • Research labs

Commercial/Industrial Applications

  • Pharmaceutical industries
  • Analytical chemistry/analysis

Chemistry Table

Cyanomethane, Methyl Cyanide, Ethanenitrile, Ethyl Nitrile, Methanecarbonitrile, Acetonitril, Cyanure de Methyl, Methylkyanid
LC/MS Grade

Acetonitrile, HPLC Grade, 99.9% Features:

Assay, (GC), corrected for water 99.9%, min.
Color (APHA), max 10
Description Clear colorless liquid free of suspended matter
LC gradient elution suitability at 254 nm Max 0.005 AU
Residue After Evaporation 3 ppm, max
Titrable Acid 0.008 meq/g, max
Titrable Base 0.0006 meq/g, max
Water 0.02%, max

Safety and Handling

Acetonitrile, LC/MS  is hazardous. Hazmat fee required. 

Please contact us to request a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Acetonitrile, LC/MS.

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