Saturated Phenol (DNA) pH 6.6 – 100ml
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Saturated Phenol (DNA) pH 6.6 – 100ml

  • $52.82 Model Number IB05182



  • Used in DNA purification procedures at pH of 6.6 ± 0.1
  • Includes bottle of buffer for applications that require a higher pH of 8.0 ± 0.1

IBI provides saturated phenol at a pH of 6.6 ± 0.1 for use in DNA purification.

A bottle of buffer for DNA applications that require a higher pH of 8.0 ± 0.1 is also included. If application does require the addition of this buffer, add the entire contents of the buffer (6.5 ml) to the saturated phenol stock. To use, allow the phases to separate and then add the appropriate amount of buffer saturated phenol to DNA sample.

IBI’s phenol is prepared from ultra-pure phenol double distilled under a dry inert gas. This material is then saturated completely and extra buffer is added as an overlay to maintain saturation. IBI phenol is packaged under nitrogen for maximum stability.

Physical Specifications
CAS# 108-95-2
Formula Weight 94.11
Molecular Formula C6H6O
Purity Min. 99.0%
pH 6.6 ± 0.1
pH (with Buffer) 7.9 + 0.2
A330 Max. 0.2
A405 Max. 0.1
A510 Max. 0.1

Molecular Biology Specifications
Extraction Assay Pass
Ligation/Recut Assay Pass
Accelerated Shelf Life Assay Pass

IB05182-Specification Sheet

Recommended Use
IBI provides saturated phenol at a pH of 6.6 ± 0.1 for use in DNA purification. Included is a bottle of buffer for DNA applications that require a higher pH of 8.0 ± 0.1. If your application does require the addition of this buffer, add the entire contents of the buffer (6.5 ml) to the saturated phenol stock. To use, allow the phases to separate and then add the appropriate amount of buffer saturated phenol to your DNA sample.

Storage
Store at +4°C. Keep tightly sealed. IBI’s phenol is prepared from ultra-pure phenol double-distilled under a dry inert gas. This material is then saturated completely and extra buffer is added as an overlay to maintain saturation. The product is packed under nitrogen for maximum stability.