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Tenax® Porous Polymer Adsorbent

matrix Tenax GR, 20-35 mesh, bottle of 500 g

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packaging   bottle of 500 g
limit   350 °C temp. limit
matrix   Tenax GR
particle size   20-35 mesh
surface area   ~25 m2/g
density   ~0.40 g/mL (free fall density)

Description

General description

Tenax porous polymers, based on 2,6-diphenyl-p-phenylene oxide, is widely used as an adsorbent in both air collection and purge trap applications. Its unique structure provides alternate and desirable adsorption/desorption characteristics compared to other porous polymers.

For more information about any of our adsorbents, please visit sigma-aldrich.com/adsorbents

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Tenax GR is a composite material containing 70% Tenax TA and 30% graphite carbon.

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Tenax is a registered trademark of Buchem B.V.

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