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MSE PRO 5mL Oleic Acid Coated Magnetic Fe<sub>3</sub>O<sub>4</sub> Magnetic Polystyrene Nanoparticle Water Dispersion, 1mg/mL - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO 5mL Oleic Acid Coated Magnetic Fe3O4 Magnetic Polystyrene Nanoparticle Water Dispersion, 1mg/mL

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MSE PRO™ 5mL Oleic Acid Coated Fe3O4 Magnetic Polystyrene Nanoparticle Water Dispersion, 1mg/mL

MSE supplies offers Oleic Acid Coated Fe3O4 Magnetic Polystyrene Nanoparticle Water Dispersion, 1mg/mLFe3O4 magnetic polystyrene nanoparticles water dispersion, modified with oleic acid, offers exceptional attributes including uniform size and impressive non-biodegradability that facilitates superior interaction with proteins, dyes, and affinity ligands. Exemplifying strong adsorption and commendable cohesion, they perform excellently in chromatography and exhibit high adsorption efficiency. Their broad application spans chromatography, cytometry, tissue separation technology, DNA technology, and cancer treatment, with added potential in adsorption, catalysis, etc.

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Technical Specifications:

CAS Number

1317-61-9

SKU#

PO9524

Packing

5 mL/bottle

Concentration

1 mg/mL

Solvent

Water

Particle Diameter

80-140 nm

Zeta Potential

-30 mV

Saturation Magnetization

~18 emu/g

Content of Fe3O4

60 %

Storage

4°C in a light-protected environment

Reference:

[1]: Zhong, Wu et al. “Ferroferric oxide/polystyrene (Fe3O4/PS) superparamagnetic nanocomposite via facile in situ bulk radical polymerization.” Express Polymer Letters 4 (2010): 183-187.

[2]: Xie, Y,. Sougrat, R. and Nunes, S. P. (2015), Synthesis and characterization of polystyrene coated iron oxide nanoparticles and asymmetric assemblies by phase inversion. J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 132, 41368

[3]: Charoenmark, L., Polpanich, D., Thiramanas, R. et al. Preparation of superparamagnetic polystyrene-based nanoparticles functionalized by acrylic acid. Macromol. Res. 20, 590–596 (2012).