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二甲基亚砜

产品编号 D103283 | CAS号 67-68-5 | 阿拉丁
Dimethyl sulfoxide
农残级
组合的产品项目
货号 规格 库存 价格 数量
D103283-4L 农残级 上海(8)
北方(预计3-5个工作日)
 
D103283-500ml 农残级 上海(>10)
北方(>10)
 
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属性

敏感性 易吸潮
折光率 1.477-1.48
密度 1.1000
熔点 18.4°C
沸点 189°C
存贮条件 吸湿性强,密封保存。

描述

产品介绍 近于无气味,微有苦味。有很强的极性,并有吸湿性溶于水、乙醇、丙酮、乙醚、苯和氯仿,不溶于除乙炔以外的脂肪烃。能溶解环氧乙烷、苯甲酸、樟脑、糖类、油脂等,也能溶解二氧化硫、二氧化氮、氯化钙、硝酸钠。
别名 二甲基亚砜 ;二甲亚砜,甲基亚枫,亚硫酰基双甲烷 ;DMSO Methyl sulfoxide
应用 可作有机溶剂、反应介质及有机合成中间体。用途极广。本品具有很高的选择性抽提能力,用作丙烯酸树脂及聚砜树酯的聚合和缩合溶剂、聚丙烯腈及乙酸纤维的聚合抽丝溶剂、烷烃与芳烃分离的抽提溶剂、用于芳烃、丁二烯抽提,腈纶纺丝、塑料溶剂及有机合成染料等工业的反应介质。二甲基亚砜还可作为合成纤维的染色溶剂、去染剂、染色载体,也可作为回收乙炔、二氧化硫的吸收剂,合成纤维改性剂,防冻剂以及电容介质、刹车油、稀有金属提取剂等。
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信号词 Darning
安全声明(欧洲) S24/25
警示性声明 P210,P280,P370+P378,P403+P325,P501
危害声明 H227
个人防护设备 Eyeshields,Gloves,half-mask respirator (EU),half-mask respirator (US),multi-purpose combination respirator cartridge (US)
WGK德国 1
闪点(摄氏) 87℃
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David D Van Ly, Nicholas J C NJ King, Lyn M LM Moir, Janette K JK Burgess, Judith L JL Black, Brian G BG Oliver
Rhinovirus-(RV-) induced asthma exacerbations account for high asthma-related health costs and morbidity in Australia. The cellular mechanism underlying this pathology is likely the result of RV-induc...Read More
Martin Bastian Pedersen, Christel Garrigues, Karine Tuphile, Célia Brun, Karin Vido, Mads Bennedsen, Henrik M?llgaard, Philippe Gaudu, Alexandra Gruss
Lactococcus lactis is a widely used food bacterium mainly characterized for its fermentation metabolism. However, this species undergoes a metabolic shift to respiration when heme is added to an aerob...Read More
S S Cheng, C C Fockler, W M WM Barnes, R R Higuchi
We have used the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to amplify up to 22 kb of the beta-globin gene cluster from human genomic DNA and up to 42 kb from phaga lambda DNA. We have also amplified 91 human ge...Read More
P R Winship
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Jennifer J Mitchell, Xueqing X Wang, Guangping G Zhang, Martina M Gentzsch, Deborah J DJ Nelson, Stephen B SB Shears
Ins(3,4,5,6)P"4 inhibits plasma membrane Cl^- flux in secretory epithelia [1]. However, in most other mammalian cells, receptor-dependent elevation of Ins(3,4,5,6)P"4 levels is an '...Read More