Dimethyl sulfoxide

Michael Kolotila mkolotila at necc.mass.edu
Wed Oct 21 07:49:33 EST 1998

Hi Shirlene;
  Many substances are first dissolve in DMSO, EtOH, etc; because of
limited solubility in water.  If you dissolve them in something else, then
you can dissolve them in water.

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On Wed, 21 Oct 1998, Shirlene Lim wrote:

> I've read in many articles that antifungals are made up in dimethyl
> sulfoxide as opposed to water. Why is this?

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