EGDGE is also used as a crosslinker in the development of biomaterials. EGDGE hydrogels are widely used in sustained drug delivery systems and chromatographic separation of viruses and proteins.
WPE ~ 113
Total chlorine (%): 0.6
- Molecular Weight:
- 174.2 g/mol
- Boiling Point:
- Refractive Index:
- n20/D 1.463
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- Gloves & fume hood
- Store at room temperature
- Shipping Requirements: