DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxide)

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DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxide)
Package Sizes: 2 x 25 mL
SKU: 18252-2x25
WEIGHT: 1.00
$29.00
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DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxide)
Package Sizes: 10 x 25 mL
SKU: 18252-10x25
WEIGHT: 2.00
$220.00
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DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxide)
Package Sizes: 1 L
SKU: 18252-1
WEIGHT: 5.00
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CovaChem’s Molecular Biology Grade DMSO is highly purified and intended for use in biological, proteomics, and other sensitive assays. DMSO is a useful polar, aprotic solvent routinely used in protein chemistry and bioconjugation reactions. This anhydrous solvent, is ideal for dissolving protein crosslinkers and protein modifiers prior to addition to aqueous protein reactions, and is well suited for peptide synthesis. This product is conveniently packaged in 25 mL bottles to ensure fresh solvent is available for each application.

Package Sizes: 2 x 25 mL, 10 x 25 mL and bulk quantities

Product Numbers: 18252-2x25, 18252-10x25 and 18252-custom

Product Name: Molecular Biology Grade DMSO

Product Grade: Molecular Biology Grade ≥ 99.9%

Alternative Names: Methyl sulfoxide; Methylsulfinylmethane; DMSO; CAS# 67-68-5; C2H6OS

Storage: Room Temperature, Protected From Moisture


Specifications

Appearance: Clear, Colorless Liquid

Purity: ≥ 99.9%

Water: ≤ 0.1 %

Residue After Evaporation: ≤ 0.01 %

Titrable Acid: ≤ 0.001 meq/g

A263 nm: 1.00 max

A270 nm: 0.40 max

A275 nm: 0.20 max

A280 nm: 0.15 max

A335 nm: 0.02 max

A400 nm: 0.01 max


Properties

Physical State: Liquid

CAS Number: 67-68-5

Chemical Formula: C2H6OS

Molecular Weight: 78.13

Density: 1.101 g/mL

Tariff Code: 2930.90.9190

UN Number (IATA): 1993

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