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Thank you for your time in advance.

Our facility is about $\pu{4000 ft}$ in terms of elevation.

One of the main chemicals we manufacture is RAD140 or $\ce{C20H16ClN5O2}$.

We use DMSO ($\ce{(CH3)2SO}$), PEG400 ($\ce{(C2H4O)_nH2O}$), and Sucralose ($\ce{C12H19Cl3O8}$) in this solution. These solvents have heat applied to them where RAD140 is then added after. Over time and once the solution is cooled down, the solution then starts to change where larger particles or "clumps" start to form. What might we change here to prevent this sort of undiluted substance?

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  • $\begingroup$ What is the ratios of each component and RAD140? $\endgroup$ – Mathew Mahindaratne Oct 13 '20 at 17:20

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