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BSA Silylation Reagent

Catalog number: TS-38839
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Thermo Scientific™

BSA Silylation Reagent

Catalog number: TS-38839
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Derivatize analytes quickly and quantitatively under mild conditions using Thermo Scientific™ BSA Silylation Reagent. This reagent reacts readily with a wide range of compounds, including alcohols, amines, carboxylic acids, phenols, steroids, biogenic amines, and alkaloids to form volatile, stable TMS derivatives for GC.
 
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TS-38839
Unit Size
Each
Quantity
100 g
Price (USD)
Full specifications
For Use WithGC
Standard Concentration3 to 5%
HazardsCorrosive, Flammable
Item Description100 g
Storage2°C to 8°C
Quantity100 g
Standard ComponentsN-(Trimethylsilyl)acetamide
Unit SizeEach
Catalog Number
Unit Size
Each
Quantity
25 g
Price (USD)
Full specifications
For Use WithGC
Standard Concentration3 to 5%
HazardsCorrosive, Flammable
Item Description25 g
Storage2°C to 8°C
Quantity25 g
Standard ComponentsN-(Trimethylsilyl)acetamide
Unit SizeEach
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TS-38839Full specifications
Each100 gRequest A Quote
For Use WithGC
Standard Concentration3 to 5%
HazardsCorrosive, Flammable
Item Description100 g
Storage2°C to 8°C
Quantity100 g
Standard ComponentsN-(Trimethylsilyl)acetamide
Unit SizeEach
TS-38838Full specifications
Each25 gRequest A Quote
For Use WithGC
Standard Concentration3 to 5%
HazardsCorrosive, Flammable
Item Description25 g
Storage2°C to 8°C
Quantity25 g
Standard ComponentsN-(Trimethylsilyl)acetamide
Unit SizeEach
Showing 2 of 2
Recommended Use

Not recommended for use with carbohydrates or very low molecular weight compounds

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General References:

1. Tai, S.S., et al. (1994). The certification of morphine and codeine in a human urine standard reference material. J. of Toxicology 18, 7

2. Welch, M.J., et al. (1993). Hair analysis for drugs of abuse. J. of Toxicology 17, 389

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