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Silica gel on TLC plates

L × W 5 cm × 20 cm, silica gel 60 matrix, fluorescent indicator

NACRES:
NC.07

material

glass support
silica gel 60 matrix

Quality Level

feature

binder Organic Polymer
fluorescent indicator

packaging

pkg of 100 ea

application(s)

thin layer chromatography (TLC): suitable

L × W

5 cm × 20 cm

layer thickness

250 μm

particle size

8.0-12.0 μm

pore size

60 Å medium pore diameter

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General description

Silica gel is a rigid 3D network of colloidal silica. It is exclusively used as a support material for the active titanium(III) centers in Ziegler-Natta catalysts. Silica gel allows a controlled fragmentation resulting in the formation of uniform polymer particles with narrow particle size distribution and high bulk density. Silica gel is classified as below:
a. Aquagel - pores are filled with water
b. Xerogel - by the process of evaporation, aqueous phase in the pores are removed
c. Aerogel - solvent is removed by supercritical extraction

Application

Silica gel on TLC Plates was used in thin layer chromatography.

Storage Class Code

13 - Non Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Mingfu Wang et al.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 51(3), 601-608 (2003-01-23)
Artichoke leaf is an herbal medicine known for a long time. A systematic antioxidant activity-directed fractionation procedure was used to purify antioxidative components from the aqueous methanol extractions of artichoke heads and leaves in this study. Seven active polyphenolic compounds...
A simple method for production of pure silica from rice hull ash
Kalapathy, U., A. Proctor, and J. Shultz.
Bioresource Technology, 73, 257-262 (2000)
Silica gel supported zirconocene dichloride/methylalumoxane catalysts for ethylene polymerization: Effects of heterogenation on activity, polymer microstructure and product morphology.
Janiak, Christoph, and Bernhard Rieger.
Angew. Makromol. Chem., 215, 47-57 (1994)

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