Shandong Binzhou Zhiyuan Biotechnology Co., LTD
Model No.: ZY-021
Classification: Organic Analytical Reagents
Specific Usage: For Synthesis
Usage: Laboratory Reagents, Analytical Reagents, Teaching Reagents
Source: Dry Powder
Habit Appellation: Fine Chemicals
Application: Industry, Scientific Research
Property: Organic Reagent
Place of Origin: China
Supply Ability: 5000kgs
Product Name : Soluble beta-cyclodextrin polymer crosslinked with epichlorohydrin
Abbreviation : BCDPS
Cyclodextrin type : Cyclodextrin Polymers
Quality:: fine chemical
Chemical and Physical Description:
Product name:Polymers involving cyclodextrin moieties
Polymers involving cyclodextrin moieties present the following categories:
1, Cross-linked polymer. Cyclodextrin is part of polymer structure, such as epichlorohydrin cross-linked cyclodextrin.
2, Linear polymer. Cyclodextrin hung outside the polymer chain, such as acryloyl cyclodextrin polymer.
3, Cyclodextrin grafted polymer. Cyclodextrin is grafted to the polymer end, such as cyclodexdrin grafed poly lactic acid.
4, Polypseudorotaxane and polyrotaxane. Linear polymers cross cyclodextrin cavities as pearl necklace.
5, Self-assembled supramolecular polymer. This polymer is made of non-covalent interactions between the monomer units.
Category 4, 5 are the research frontiers of supramolecular chemistry.Category 1,2,3 as new materials that have hydrophilic and molecular complexablity by introducing cyclodextrins to traditional ploymers have great future: First, one application is in the establishment of economic separation system, such as membrane based on cyclodextrin. Second, cross-linked polymers with cavities form comprehensive adsorption networks. Third, cyclodextrin modified natural or synthetic fibers show significant improvements in hydrophilic and electrostatic properties. Fourth, organic molecules can be selectively captured for cleaning environment, such as fragrant resin and deodorizing resin.
Product Categories : Cyclodextrin Inclusion Compound Beta Cyclodextrin Polymer > Beta Cyclodextrin Polymers