Copper(II)-TBTA complex, 10 mM in 55% aq. DMSO

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21050 1.5 mL $55.00 in stock

Copper (II)-TBTA complex is a component of catalyst used for Click Chemistry conjugation reaction. Actual catalyst contains Cu(I), but this reagent cannot be stored, and should be generated from Copper(II)-TBTA complex in situ by reduction. To activate this catalyst, reductant such as ascorbic acid should be added to reaction mixture.

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General properties

Appearance: blue solution
Molecular weight: 690.23
Molecular formula: C30H30CuN10O4S
Quality control: functional testing (Click Chemistry)
Storage conditions: Storage: 24 months after receival at -20°C in the dark. Transportation: at room temperature for up to 3 weeks.
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