Ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA), Disodium Salt - 100 g
- For use in biological and electrophoresis buffer systems
- A chelator of divalent cations
- For Research Use ONLY – NOT for Human Consumption
EDTA is commonly used in biological and electrophoresis buffer systems as a chelator of divalent cations. Some proteolytic enzymes and nucleases require divalent cations for activity. The addition of EDTA reduces the chance of sample degradation.
EDTA Disodium salt can be used to make a concentrated stock of buffer solutions.
IBI offers this product in powder form in 100g and 500g sizes.
This product is for Research Use ONLY and NOT for Human consumption.
Formula Weight: 372.24
Molecular Formula: C10H14N2O8Na2 x 2H2O
Purity: Min. 99.0%
Insolubles: Max. 0.005%
Heavy Metals: <0.005%
A280-600 (0.5 M, water): Max. 0.10
Molecular Biology Specifications
DNase Assay: None Detected
RNase Assay: None Detected
Protease Assay: None Detected