Anacystis nidulans algae
chlorophyll b, free
diethyl ether: 0.1 mg/10 mL
11.1-12.1 × 104 at 428-430 nm in diethyl ether
8.3-9.4 × 104 at 660-662 nm in diethyl ether
diagnostic assay manufacturing
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This product is soluble in ethanol (10 micrograms/mL). It is also freely soluble in acetone, benzene, and chloroform, but is not soluble in water. However, its spectral characteristics are most well characterized for solutions in diethyl ether.
We do not recommend using this product as a standard. The fill weights of 1 mg and 5 mg are minimum values and are not guaranteed to a specific precision. Also, the product is not traceable to a consensus standard reference material.
We do not determine the purity of Product No. C6144 by chromatographic means. We offer an HPLC tested Chlorophyll a (isolated from spinach) as Product no. C5753.
A complete analysis of chlorophyll a between species would require extensive study. We can say that the CAS number of this product is the same as that for chlorophyll a from spinach, a typical green plant.
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