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Thermo Scientific™ MethElute™ Reagent (TMPAH)

For accurate, sensitive on-column methylation use Thermo Scientific™ MethElute™ Reagent (TMPAH).

$404.06 - $902.34

Specifications

For Use With GC
Hazards Flammable, Toxic
Standard Components Trimethylanilinium hydroxide in Methanol
Standard Concentration 0.2M
Storage Room Temperature
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Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Quantity Price Quantity    

PI49300

 
thermo scientific™
TS-49300
10mL Each for $404.06

PI49301

 
thermo scientific™
TS-49301
12 x 1mL Pack of 12 Each for $902.34
Description & Specifications

Specifications

For Use With GC
Hazards Flammable, Toxic
Standard Components Trimethylanilinium hydroxide in Methanol
Standard Concentration 0.2M
Storage Room Temperature

For accurate, sensitive, on-column methylation and detection by GC analysis use Thermo Scientific™ MethElute™ Reagent (TMPAH). It is ideally suited for the quantitative methylation and detection of barbiturates, sedatives, xanthine bases, phenolic alkaloids, and phenytoin, giving a single quantitative peak for each substance. When the reagent is heated with drug-containing extracts, serum, or urine the drugs containing reactive amino, hydroxyl, and carboxyl functions will be methylated at the reactive sites.

Performance Characteristics

Accuracy comparable or better than the UV/TLC method (GC is superior to UV/TLC when phenobarbitol and phenytoin present)

High precision, with coefficient of variation of 5% or less

High sensitivity; barbiturates deteced down to 0.2 mg/dL