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Fmoc-Glu-O-2-PhiPr

Fmoc-Glu-O-2-PhiPr Novabiochem®. CAS 207305-97-3, molar mass 487.54 g/mol., Novabiochem®

Synonym: N-α-Fmoc-L-glutamic acid α-2-phenylisopropyl ester

  • CAS Number 207305-97-3

  • Linear Formula C₂₉H₂₉NO₆

  • Molecular Weight 487.54 g/mol

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Related Categories Amino Acids & Derivatives, Chemical Biology, Chemical Synthesis, Glutamic Acid, Peptide Chemistry More...
brand family   Novabiochem
packaging   1 g in Glass bottle (8521170001)
shipped in   ambient
storage temp.   Store at -15°C to -25°C.
specifications   Colour (visual): white to yellow
  Appearance of substance (visual): powder
  Identity (IR): passes test
  Enantiomeric purity: ≥ 99.0 % (a/a)
  Purity (DC(018A)): ≥ 95 %
  Purity (TLC(0811)): ≥ 95 %
  Assay (HPLC, area%): ≥ 95.0 % (a/a)
  Solubility (1 mmole in 2 ml DMF): passes test
  Assay (acidimetric): ≥ 92.0 %
  Water (K. F.): ≤ 2.5 %
  For TLC-Systems see our General Catalog

Description

Background information

An excellent tool for the synthesis of head-to-tail cyclic peptides by Fmoc SPPS [1]. The 2-PhiPr group can be selectively removed on the resin with 1% TFA in DCM in the presence of the standard t-butyl-based side-chain protecting groups.

The product number for this product was previously 04-12-1284.

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HS Code 
2924 29 70
Storage class 
10 - 13 Other liquids and solids
WGK 
WGK 2 water endangering
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