Carbon nanotube, single-walled, poly(ethylene glycol) functionalized

>80% carbon basis, D × L 4-5 nm × 0.5-0.6 μm , bundle dimensions

Carbon nanotube, single-walled, PEG functionalized, SWNT, PEG functionalized
MDL number:

Quality Level


>80% carbon basis



mol wt

Mw ~600 g/mol (PEG)

D × L

4-5 nm × 0.5-0.6 μm , bundle dimensions


4-5% trace metals


H2O: 5 mg/mL

functional group


Related Categories


100 mg in glass insert

Preparation Note

Electric Arc Discharge Method
Procedure for dispersion of this PEG-functionalized SWNTs product in water:
Typically after this procedure, the material is completely dispersed according to visual observation.
Sonicate 50 mg of material in 5 mL water for 30 min. (A bath sonicator with a sonic power between 45 W and 270 W works fine. A sonic power of 270 W is preferable for faster dispersion).
Add 45 mL of water and sonicate for additional 60 min (or until the material appears well-dispersed).
Dilute the dispersion to the desired concentration and sonicate if necessary. If aggregates are still visible continue to sonicate until satisfactory dispersion is obtained. Note: If unable to achieve a satisfactory dispersion, reduce the initial amount of 50 mg of material in 5 mL of water.
This procedure is to be used as a basis and additional procedures can be researched. Results may vary if this is the first time working with this material. Solubility of this PEG-functionalized SWNTs product can reach 5.0 mg/mL in water.

Analysis Note

Carbonaceous content


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Hazard Statements

Precautionary Statements

Target Organs

Respiratory system

Personal Protective Equipment

dust mask type N95 (US),Eyeshields,Gloves


NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany


Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Nano Letters, 3, 309-309 (2003)
Functionalized carbon nanomaterials: exploring the interactions with Caco-2 cells for potential oral drug delivery
Coyuco JC, et al.
International journal of nanomedicine, 6, 2253-2253 (2011)
Carbon nanotubes are materials that possess remarkable properties and offer extraordinary possibilities.
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