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EAN stands for N-ethylammonium nitrate

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Ethylammonium nitrate is used as an electrically conductive solvent in electrochemistry and as a protein crystallization agent. [10][11] It has a positive effect on the refolding of denaturated lysozyme, with the refolding yield of about 90%. The refolding action was explained as follows: The ethyl group of ethylammonium nitrate interacts with the hydrophobic part of the protein and thereby protects it from intermolecular association, whereas the charged part of EAN stabilizes the electrostatic interactions.
The formation of liquid crystals of β,γ-distearoylphosphotidylcholine (DSPC) in N-ethylammonium nitrate, a low-melting fused salt, has been documented with polarizing microscopy and small-angle X-ray scattering. The Lβ′ → Pβ′ → Lα transitions with increasing temperature are present in analogy with the behavior of DSPC in water. For a 1:1 (by weight) mixture the d spacing for the Lα phase is 63 Å and the surfactant head group area is 76 Å2.
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Ethylammonium nitrate is used as an electrically conductive solvent in electrochemistry and as a protein crystallization agent. [10][11] It has a positive effect on the refolding of denaturated lysozyme, with the refolding yield of about 90%. The refolding action was explained as follows: The ethyl group of ethylammonium nitrate interacts with the hydrophobic part of the protein and thereby protects it from intermolecular association, whereas the charged part of EAN stabilizes the electrostatic interactions.