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Trimethylamine N-oxide dihydrate

Applications

  • Crystallization grade Trimethylamine N-oxide dihydrate for formulating screens or for optimization

Features

  • Sterile filtered solution
  • Formulated in Type 1+ ultrapure water: 18.2 megaohm-cm resistivity at 25°C, < 5 ppb Total Organic Carbon, bacteria free (<1 Bacteria (CFU/ml)), pyrogen free (<0.03 Endotoxin (EU/ml)), RNase-free (< 0.01 ng/mL) and DNase-free (< 4 pg/µL)

Description

Trimethylamine N-oxide dihydrate

Synonym: TMANO
(CH3)3NO • 2H2O
C3H9NO • 2H2O
Mr 111.14
CAS Number [62637-93-8]
EC Number 214-675-6
Beilstein Registry Number 4(4)144
Merck 14,9711
RTECS YH2850000
MDL Number MFCD00002048
Purity > 98.0%
Maximum solubility is 6.0 M at 25°C (tested by Hampton Research)

Measured pH Range: 8.0 - 9.3 at 25°C
Measured Conductivity Range: 10.9 - 67.1 µS/cm at 25°C
Measured Refractive Index Range: 1.34320 - 1.34348 at 20°C



CAT NO

HR2-777

NAME

1.0 M Trimethylamine N-oxide dihydrate

DESCRIPTION

100 mL

PRICE

$117.00

Support Material(s)

Certificate Of Analysis

References

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