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8.55063 EMD Millipore

NovaSyn TG bromo resin




brand family   Novabiochem
packaging   1 g in Glass bottle (8550630001)
  25 g in Plastic bottle (8550630025)
  5 g in Plastic bottle (8550630005)
shipped in   ambient
storage temp.   Store at +2°C to +8°C.
specifications   Colour (visual): white to yellow to beige
  Appearance of substance (visual): beads
  Loading (determined by elemntal analysis of bromine): 0.20 - 0.40 mmol/g
  Swelling Volume (in CH₂Cl₂): lot specific result


Background information

NovaSyn® TG bromo resin is a composite of low cross-linked polystyrene and 3000-4000 M.W. polyethylene glycol [1-3], in which the ends of the PEG chains have been bromo functionalized. The 130 μm beads have a narrow size distribution, high diffusion rates and excellent swelling properties across a wide range of solvents from toluene to water, making them ideally suited to the synthesis of serial and parallel libraries by organic solid phase synthesis.

This support may be used for the immobilization of alcohols, carboxylic acids, phenols and thiols, or as base support for other linkers [4, 5]. Loading of this support can be carried out using the same methods as those previously described for Merrifield resin.

The product number for this product was previously 01-64-0095.

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HS Code 
3903 90 90
Storage class 
10 - 13 Other liquids and solids
WGK 3 highly water endangering
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