Purolite® ECR4204F Epoxy acrylic/styrene allows multipoint covalent binding between enzymes and the resin. ECR4204F Epoxy acrylic/styrene is produced via a very intense crosslinking in the presence of a porogenic agent that allows the calibration of porosity.
ECR4204F Epoxy acrylic/styrene is mechanically very stable and the final immobilized biocatalysts can be used in both stirred tank or bed reactor.
ECR4204F Epoxy acrylic/styrene is an epoxy activated carrier with a matrix of styrene and acrylate. This combination is optimal in the immobilization of enzymes that work in biphasic systems or aqueous systems in the presence of hydrophobic substrates. This carrier is unique and is optimal for covalent immobilization of lipases, especially CALB.
ECR4204F is compliant with Resolution ResAP 2004 (3) on ion exchange and adsorbent resins used in the processing of foodstuffs.
- Application - Epoxy acrylic/styrene - Covalent immobilization of enzymes
- Polymer Structure - Acrylic/styrene
- Appearance - Spherical Beads
- Functional Group - Epoxy
- Ionic Form as Shipped - Not Applicable
|Moisture Retention||41 - 46 %|
|Particle Size Range||150 - 300 µm|
|Surface Area||> 140 m2/g|
|d50, Meso and Macropores Å||275 - 450|
|pH limits, Stability||5 - 9|
|For prolonged stability store dry between 2°C - 20°C|
The M grade version of this resin, with a diameter of 300-700 uM, is available Cat. #50252.
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