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Spectrum™ Spectra/Por™ 4 RC Dialysis Membrane Tubing 12,000 to 14,000 Dalton MWCO

Ideal for molecular separation, protein binding studies, electrolyte removal, desalting.

$408.68 - $890.38

Specifications

Material Regenerated Cellulose
Quantity Each
Formulation Packaged with glycerin
For Use With (Application) Ideal for molecular separation, protein binding studies, electrolyte removal, desalting
Length (English) 100 ft.
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Catalog Number Mfr. No. Diameter (English) Diameter (Metric) Length (Metric) Price Quantity  
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Diameter (English) Diameter (Metric) Length (Metric) Price Quantity  
08-667E
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Spectrum™
S432706
1.14 in. 29mm 30m Each for $479.62
Case of 24 Each for $11,510.88
 
08-667D
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Spectrum™
SMLS432703
0.8 in. 20.4mm 30m Each for $408.68
Case of 36 Each for $14,712.48
 
08-667A
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Spectrum™
SMLS432697
0.25 in. 6.4mm 30.5m Each for $890.38
Case of 12 Each for $10,684.56
 
08-667B
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Spectrum™
SMLS432700
0.62 in. 16mm 30.5m Each for $408.74
Case of 12 Each for $4,904.88
 
Description

Description

Supplied as flat-width tubing or flat sheets that can be folded to fit various funnel-type dialysis apparatus.

Pure regenerated natural cellulose membranes with 1000 to 50,000 molecular weight cutoffs.

  • Transparent and flexible
  • Low molecular weight compounds in aqueous solutions diffuse through membrane
  • Higher molecular weights, such as proteins and bacteria, are retained by membrane
  • Glycerol preserves membrane and must be removed before use
  • Flat sheets and discs available for use with dialysis apparatus

 

Do not tie knots in tubing; use closures

Specifications

Specifications

Regenerated Cellulose
Packaged with glycerin
100 ft.
Spectra/Por™ 4 Dialysis Tubing
4° to 121°C
Each
Ideal for molecular separation, protein binding studies, electrolyte removal, desalting
12 to 14 kd
39.2° to 249.8°F