( Chemical Engineering : Operations , Liquid-liquid operations )
Usually the term salting-in is used to describe the increase in solubility that results from the addition of
a salt or electrolyte to a solute-solvent system.
Salting-in implies an increase in the protein solubility as the electrolyte is added to the
Salting-in is the effect when adding a salt to a solvent containing an organic solute increases
the solubility of that solute.
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