Catalog No. : PSB-347
Product Name : AC-PEG-AC, MW 3.4k
Description :

Acrylate-PEG-Acrylate is a linear bifunctional crosslinking PEG reagent with two acrylate ( AC ) groups that can be used for radical initiator induced polymerization or UV light sensitive photopolymerization. It is often used to form crosslinked polymer network and preapre PEG hydrogel. Methacrylate-PEG-methacrylate is provided through our custom synthesis service. 4-Methoxyphenol or MeHQ at ~ 200 ppm is added as inhibitors.

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