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687537 Sigma-Aldrich

Poly(ethylene glycol) dimethacrylate

average Mn 6,000, contains 1000 ppm 4-methoxyphenol as inhibitor

Synonym: PEG dimethacrylate

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Properties

Related Categories 3D Printing Materials for Research and Development, Homobifunctional PEGs, Linear Polyethylene Glycol (PEG), Materials Science, Methacrylate,
mol wt   average Mn 6,000
contains   1000 ppm 4-methoxyphenol as inhibitor
reaction suitability   reagent type: cross-linking reagent
reaction type: Polymerization Reactions
bp   >200 °C/2 mmHg (lit.)
transition temp   Tm 50.2-53.7 °C
Mw/Mn   <1.2
Ω-end   methacrylate
α-end   methacrylate
polymer architecture   shape : linear
functionality : homobifunctional
storage temp.   −20°C
SMILES string   OCCO.CC(=C)C(O)=O
InChI   1S/C10H14O4/c1-7(2)9(11)13-5-6-14-10(12)8(3)4/h1,3,5-6H2,2,4H3
InChI key   STVZJERGLQHEKB-UHFFFAOYSA-N

Description

Packaging

1 g in glass bottle

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
WGK 1
Protocols & Articles

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3D Printing of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Composites

3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing that can be used to rapidly fabricate components with highly customizable geometries, most typically using a layer-by-layer fabrication process. 3D pri...
Zhenyu Bo* (Ph.D Candidate at Northwestern University) and Jia Choi*, PhD, Product Manager


*Materials Science Product Management Team, MilliporeSigma, Milwaukee, WI.
Keywords: Deposition, Nanomaterials, Nanotubes

Bioprinting for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Chi-Chun Pan,1,2 Arnaud Bruyas,1 Yunzhi Peter Yang1,3,4 Departments of 1Orthopedic Surgery, 2Mechanical Engineering, 3Materials Science and Engineering, and 4Bioengineering Stanford University, 300 P...
Chi-Chun Pan, Arnaud Bruyas, Yunzhi Peter Yang
Material Matters, 2016, 11.2
Keywords: Biomaterials, Cancer, Cell attachment, Clinical, Deposition, Growth factors, Pharmaceutical

Cell Culture Scaffolds via Bio-orthogonal Click Reactions

1,2Malar A. Azagarsamy, 1Navakanth R. Gandavarapu, 1,2Kristi S. Anseth* 1Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and 2the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Colorado at Boulder,...
Keywords: Addition reactions, Adhesion, Biomaterials, Catalysis, Cell culture, Cell signaling, Chemical reactions, Click chemistry, Cycloadditions, Degradations, Growth factors, Huisgen Cycloaddition, Ligands, Michael Addition, Peptide synthesis, Polymerization reactions, Step-growth polymerization

Degradable Poly(ethylene glycol) Hydrogels for 2D and 3D Cell Culture

Progress in biotechnology fields such as tissue engineering and drug delivery is accompanied by an increasing demand for diverse functional biomaterials. For decades, research in polymeric biomateria...
Keywords: Absorption, Angiogenesis, Biomaterials, Catalysis, Cell culture, Degradations, Eliminations, Growth factors, Infrared spectroscopy, Ligands, Michael Addition, Polymerization reactions, Ring-opening polymerization

Injectable Hydrogels for Cell Delivery and Tissue Regeneration

Prathamesh M. Kharkar,1 April M. Kloxin1,2* 1Materials Science and Engineering and 2Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716 USA *Email: akloxin@udel.edu
Keywords: Addition reactions, Adhesion, Angiogenesis, Biochemistry, Biomaterials, Building blocks, Cardiovascular, Catalysis, Cell proliferation, Click chemistry, Clinical, Cycloadditions, Degradations, Growth factors, Reversed-phase chromatography

Patterning of PEG-based Hydrogels - Engineering Spatial Complexity

Most biomaterial scaffolds developed for tissue engineering applications are relatively homogeneous and lack the complexity and organization of the in vivo cellular microenvironment. While these homo...
Mariah S. Hahn
Material Matters 2010, 5.3, 62.
Keywords: Absorption, Adhesion, Adsorption, Bacterial conjugations, Biomaterials, Confocal microscopy, Diffusion, Immobilization, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization

Poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) and Synthetic PEG Derivatives for Tissue Engineering and Cell Delivery

McMaster University, Department of Chemical Engineering, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4L8, Canada. *Email: hoaretr@mcmaster.ca
Keywords: Adhesion, Atomic absorption spectroscopy, Catalysis, Cell proliferation, Click chemistry, Condensations, Confocal microscopy, Cycloadditions, Degradations, Environmental, Free radical reactions, Huisgen Cycloaddition, Immobilization, Isomerizations, Metabolites, Michael Addition, Microscopy, Polymerization reactions, Radical polymerization, Sol-gel

Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) Selection Guide

Poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) is a synthetic, hydrophilic, biocompatible polymer with widespread use in biomedical and other applications. PEGs are synthesized using a ring-opening polymerization of et...
Keywords: Adhesion, Bacterial conjugations, Click chemistry, Molecular biology, PEGylations, Polymerization reactions, Ring-opening polymerization

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