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Solvents on ZAGENO

Solvent Blue 38 Sigma-Aldrich
Reagent Type Solvents Applicable Processes / Quantity /
From $ 44.90 (25 g)
Sizes 1 (25 g)
Catalog IDs S3382-25G
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Chloroform (Approx. 0.75% Ethanol as Preservative/Molecular Biology) Fisher Scientific
Reagent Type Solutions Applicable Processes Purification Quantity 1000 ml, 6 x 1000 ml
From $ 204.27 (1000 ml)
Sizes 2 (1000 - 6000 ml)
Catalog IDs BP1145-1, BP1145-1-6000ML
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1-Pentanol SKU : 76929 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 87.80 (250 ml)
Sizes 2 (1 - 250 L)
Catalog IDs 76929-1L, 76929-250ML
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Phenol SKU : 77607 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 147.00 (250 ml)
Sizes 2 (1 - 250 L)
Catalog IDs 77607-1L, 77607-250ML
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Chloroform-d SKU : 570699 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 41.20 (50 g)
Sizes 1 (50 g)
Catalog IDs 570699-50G
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Deuterium oxide SKU : 613444 Sigma-Aldrich
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Sizes 1 (100 g)
Catalog IDs 613444-100G
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Sulfanilic acid SKU : 86090 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 45.70 (5 g)
Sizes 3 (5 - 500 g)
Catalog IDs 86090-5G, 86090-100G, ...
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Dimethyl Sulfoxide, Fisher BioReagents™ Fisher Scientific
Reagent Type Solutions Applicable Processes Cultivation, End-point PCR, Real-time PCR Quantity 100 ml, 600 ml, 1000 ml
From $ 46.50 (100 ml)
Sizes 3 (100 - 1000 ml)
Catalog IDs BP231-100, BP231-100-600ML, ...
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Phenol solution, Equilibrated with 10 mM Tris HCl, pH 8.0, 1 mM EDTA Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 190.00 (400 ml)
Sizes 2 (100 - 400 ml)
Catalog IDs P4557-100ML, P4557-400ML
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Acetonitrile-d3 SKU : 151807 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 38.30 (5 g)
Sizes 8 (5 - 100 g)
Catalog IDs 151807-5G, 151807-10X0.6ML, ...
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Nitrobenzene-d5 SKU : 151955 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 49.30 (5 g)
Sizes 3 (5 - 25 g)
Catalog IDs 151955-5G, 151955-10G, ...
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Bromobenzene-d5 SKU : 175730 Sigma-Aldrich
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From $ 57.20 (5 g)
Sizes 2 (5 - 25 g)
Catalog IDs 175730-5G, 175730-25G
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Solvent Function

The process of a substance dissolving another and forming an equally distributed solution is determined by a compound’s solubility. More specifically, in a solution, all of the ingredients are uniform with no remaining residues. The compound that breaks down the opposing molecule is known as the solvent; the compound that is dissolved is the solute. If this solvent-solute mixture cannot form a single liquid phase, then non-solution mixtures such as suspensions or emulsions are formed. Although one of the more common solvents is simply water, other solvents like which are better suited to dissolve specific solutes.

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Types and Applications

Solvents are classified into two categories: polar and non-polar. There are exceptions to this, but they are rare (mercury is one such example). The dielectric constant is the measuring system used to determine polarity. Solvents whose dielectric constant is below 15 are nonpolar, whereas those above are polar. Polar solvents are further divided into protic and aprotic categories, depending on whether they solvate anions via hydrogen bonds or solvate positively charged molecules via their negative dipole.

The use of solvents in the lab range from cleaners, beauty product development, drug production, and other chemical syntheses.