Thermo Scientific Pierce Triethylamine (TEA), Sequencing Grade
Bottles of 99.5%-pure TEA (MW 101.2, CAS 121-44-8) liquid (sold by weight); for HPLC use as an ion-pairing agent in reverse-phase peptide separations.
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific 25108
Thermo Scientific Pierce Triethylamine (TEA) is a high-purity solvent that can be used in certain HPLC protocols, such as weak anion exchange to resolve certain tryptic peptides on a reverse-phase column.
Triethylamine is an ion-pairing reagent that alters selectivity in reverse-phase HPLC separations. By pairing with peptides, it effectively sharpens peaks, resulting in improved peak resolution.
- >99.5% triethylamine purity, allowing sensitive peptide detection at low UV wavelengths in reverse-phase HPLC peptide separation systems Packaged in amber glass bottles with protective PTFE-lined fluorocarbon caps for reagent integrity
- Has a low UV absorbance to provide the most sensitive detection across all wavelengths
Properties of Triethylamine
- Alternate names TEA, Diethylethanamine Molecular formula C6H15N Molecular weight 101.19 Density 0.726g/mL
X in the ordering table indicates that hazardous shipping charges apply.
|Store in original container protected from direct sunlight in a dry, cool and well-ventilated area.|
|Ion Pairing Reagent|
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