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Sodium Chloride, Cell Culture Reagent Grade, MP Biomedicals™

Used in a wide variety of biochemical applications. Sodium Chloride, Cell Culture Reagent Grade, MP Biomedicals is a chemical found widely in nature. It is considered an essential nutrient. This product is used as a diluent, in protein crystallization, in

Marca:  MP Biomedicals 0219473801

Detalles adicionales : CAS : 7647-14-5 Peso : 1.00000kg

Cantidad. 1kg

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Código de producto. 11492011

  • 67.30€ / 1 Kg


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Descripción

Descripción

Sodium chloride is used in a wide variety of biochemical applications, including:

  • In protein crystallization
  • Intravenous fluids (normal saline is 0.9% w/v in water10)
  • Density gradients
  • A diluent to increase ionic strength in buffers or culture media
  • In salt-out procedures in the isolation of DNA
  • In high concentrations for preservation of foods, since bacteria cannot grow in high salt conditions

A salt-ice mixture in the ratio of approximately 33g sodium chloride to 100g ice (at −1°C) will drop in temperature to as low as &minus’21°C, depending on the rate of stirring and the size of the ice chunks. Excess amounts of sodium chloride can destroy electrolyte balance and cause death in most animals, including humans.

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Identificadores de productos químicos

7647-14-5
58.44
Common salt, Table salt, Rock salt, Dendritis, Halite, Purex, saline, sterling, top flake
CHEBI:26710
[Na+].[Cl-]
ClNa
FAPWRFPIFSIZLT-UHFFFAOYSA-M
5234
sodium;chloride

Especificaciones

7647-14-5
ClNa
Soluble in water (357mg/mL at 25°C; 384mg/mL at 100°C), glycerol (100mg/mL); very slightly soluble in ethanol. Almost insoluble in concentrated HCl.
[Na+].[Cl-]
58.44
CHEBI:26710
White Powder
≥99.5%, Cell Culture Reagent Grade
Common salt, Table salt, Rock salt, Dendritis, Halite, Purex, saline, sterling, top flake
FAPWRFPIFSIZLT-UHFFFAOYSA-M
sodium;chloride
5234
58.44g/mol
1kg
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