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How to dissolve 2-naphthol-6,8-disulfonate in solvents like acetone?

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Haim Rozler:
Hello all,

I'm studying for a Ph. D. degree in Physical Chemistry and my research subject is excited-state proton transfe in photoacids. For my research, I need to dissolve 2-naphthol-6,8-disulfonate in solvents like acetone or less polar than acetone. Can I do it? If yes, HOW?

Thank you all for help,

Haim Rozler

chenbeier:
Try and error. The experiment will shoe it.
It is solouble or it is partly solouble or it will be not dissolved. Maybe have to change the sulfonate to a ester, if there is no problem with the condition of the original molecule.

wildfyr:
Can you use a partially aqueous system? Like THF/water?

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