Ethylene glycol diglycidyl ether (EGDGE)

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Ethylene glycol diglycidyl ether (also known as Quetol 651, EGDGE and EGDE) is a bifunctional water-soluble crosslinker for carboxyl, amine and hydroxyl functional polymers. Low chlorine content in our EGDGE makes it suitable for a wide range of applications such as the modification of fiber, adhesives, paper, and resin.

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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