Methoxy PEG Amine, HCl Salt

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PEG products with additional MW may be made to order, please contact us for details

Description

Methoxy PEG Amine, HCl Salt; with superior quality specification of ≥95% Substitution.

Linear Amine PEGs (Methoxy PEG Amine) from JenKem Technology are high quality PEG reagents that attach via stable linkages, such as amide, urethane, urea, secondary amine. The HCl salt form provides stability for the solid form of M-PEG-NH2. JenKem Technology offers Methoxy PEG Amine HCl with MW 2kDa (M-NH2-2000), MW 3kDa (M-NH2-3000), MW 5kDa (M-NH2-5000), MW 10kDa (M-NH2-10K), MW 20kDa (M-NH2-20K), MW 30 kDa (M-NH2-30K), and MW 40kDa (M-NH2-40K), in 1g and 10g packing sizes.

Different MW of Methoxy PEG Amine products may be available by custom synthesis, please email us at tech@jenkemusa.com for details on custom PEGs. JenKem Technology provides repackaging services for an additional fee, please contact us if you require a different package size than our catalog selection.

Bulk PEGs and GMP grade PEGs are made-to-order. Please contact us for bulk pricing.

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Note: Starting July 2016, M-NH2HCl is the new item number of the product M-NH2 (MPEG Amine HCL salt).

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