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Amberlite® IRA-400 chloride form

chloride form

Properties

Related Categories Amberlite, Amberlite Strong Anion Exchangers, Analytical/Chromatography, Anion, Anion Exchange Media,
limit   60 °C max. temp.
  77 °C max. temp.
cross-linkage   8%
moisture   40-47%
matrix   styrene/divinylbenzene (gel)
matrix active group   quaternary ammonium functional group
particle size   20-25 mesh
  600-750 μm
operating pH   0 - 14
capacity   1.4 meq/mL by wetted bed volume

Description

Features and Benefits

Strongly basic gel-type resin, quaternary ammonium functionality.

Packaging

100, 500 g in poly bottle

Application

Amberlite® IRA-400 chloride form may be used in separation media for TLC, paper and LPL chromatography.

Strongly basic (type I) anion exchange resin used for treatment of waters that are essentially free of organic material. Applications include deionization (including silica reduction), deoxygenation, removal of amino acids at high pH, and separation of kanamycin A & B.

General description

Amberlite® IRA-400 is a macroporous, strong basic anion exchange resin.1 This resin sorbed with cresol red is used as packaging material in column chromatography and for preconcentration and recovery of Hg2+ ions from waste discharged from industries.2

Legal Information

Amberlite is a registered trademark of The Dow Chemical Company or an affiliated company of Dow

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