Industrially, branched polyethylenimine (bPEI) have extensive applications as an auxiliary agent intensifying manufacturing processes and improving quality of the final products. They are widely used in: paper-making, water treatment, detergents, adhesives, and cosmetics. In research, they are extensively investigated as non-viral vector carriers.
Resin Content (wt%): ≥ 99
- Molecular Weight:
- 10,000 - 20,000 cps
- Soluble In:
- Water at all molecular weights, lower alcohols, glycols and THF.
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- Glove, chemical goggles & fume hood
- Store at room temperature