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Triton X100 Nonionic Surfactant Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate Ether
Triton X100 Nonionic Surfactant Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate Ether
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Triton X100 Nonionic Surfactant Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate Ether

Volume Options for Triton X100 Nonionic Surfactant Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate Ether
Volume 1 Gallon
Item Number 09910-XK
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Price  $75.00
Volume 500 ml
Item Number 09910-RA
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Volume 100 ml
Item Number 09910-MB
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Chemical Formula:

C14>H22O(C2H4O)n where the average number of ethylene oxide units per
molecule is around 9 or 10

CAS#:

9036-19-5

Formula Weight:

Not available

RTECS#:

Not available

Apperance:

Liquid

Color:

Clear pale yellow

Odor:

mild

Boiling Point:

>200C 

Pour Point:

2C (36F)

Specific Gravity (H2O = 1):

1.06

Soluble:

Water, ethyl isopropyl alcohol, toluene, xylene and most chlorinated solvents

pH:

6.0 (calculated)in a 5% water solution

Select this concentrated form of the surfactant for applications requiring higher concentrations or when one just wants to have the flexibility of making up their own working solutions of the surfactant.

General information:
As a nonionic surfactant, it can also be used as a detergent and it is considered 100% "active" and biodegradable in liquid form. It has numerous general uses as a wetting agent, emulsifier or even as a mild detergent.

The nonionic surfactant Triton-X 100 has many applications in a wide range of different disciplines. As a wetting agent in the microscopy and histology laboratory, in the form of dilute solutions, it is used as a wetting agent for effecting certain staining protocols and is also used as a wetting agent for the cleaning of diamond knives.

In the electronics industry, it is used as a wetting agent on wafers in order to enhance and speed up certain procedures and operations. Triton X-100 will leave a thin film on the surface of the wafer but which can be removed using standard resist stripping techniques or with the SPI Plasma Prep II plasma etcher using an oxygen etch.

In the life sciences, it is often times used as an aid for dissolution of protease in water; however it should be used at the lowest possible concentration in order not to contaminate the specimen, contaminations which can effect the MS trace of the resulting solution.

It is also commonly used in some formulations for emulsion polymerizations.