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    Polyethylene Glycol Derivatives

    Polyethylene Glycol

    (25322-68-3)
    1. Used in conjunction with carbon black to form a conductive composite.1 Polymer nanospheres of poly(ethylene glycol) were used for drug delivery.2
    2. Poly(ethylene Glycol) molecules of approximately 2000 monomers. Poly(ethylene Glycol) is used in various applications from industrial chemistry to biological chemistry. Recent research has shown PEG maintains the ability to aid the spinal cord injury recovery process, helping the nerve impulse conduction process in animals. In rats, it has been shown to aid in the repair of severed sciatic axons, helping with nerve damage recovery. It is industrially produced as a lubricating substance for various surfaces to reduce friction. PEG is also used in the preparation of vesicle transport systems in with application towards diagnostic procedures or drug delivery methods.
    3. Poly(ethylene Glycol) molecules of approximately 200 monomers. Poly(ethylene Glycol) is used in various applications from industrial chemistry to biological chemistry. Recent research has shown PEG maintains the ability to aid the spinal cord injury recovery process, helping the nerve impulse conduction process in animals. In rats, it has been shown to aid in the repair of severed sciatic axons, helping with nerve damage recovery. It is industrially produced as a lubricating substance for various surfaces to reduce friction. PEG is also used in the preparation of vesicle transport systems in with application towards diagnostic procedures or drug delivery methods.
    4. Poly(ethylene Glycol) molecules of approximately 1000 monomers. Poly(ethylene Glycol) is used in various applications from industrial chemistry to biological chemistry. Recent research has shown PEG maintains the ability to aid the spinal cord injury recovery process, helping the nerve impulse conduction process in animals. In rats, it has been shown to aid in the repair of severed sciatic axons, helping with nerve damage recovery. It is industrially produced as a lubricating substance for various surfaces to reduce friction. PEG is also used in the preparation of vesicle transport systems in with application towards diagnostic procedures or drug delivery methods.
    5. H2 histamine receptor antagonist, anti-ulcer agent
    6. Nonionic emulsifier
    7. A polymer used to precipitate proteins, viruses, DNA and RNA

    Polyethylene glycol dimethyl ether

    (24991-55-7)
    NHD (polyethylene glycol dimethyl ether) solvent is a new type of high-efficiency desulfurization and decarbonization solvent. The product has high purity and good chemical stability and thermal stability to high acidity, alkalinity media and high temperature. It is suitable for the purification of coal-made chemicalbook gas. It can effectively remove mixed acid gases such as natural gas, oil field gas, refinery gas and city gas, and hydrogen sulfide gas in liquefied gas. In particular, it can effectively remove organic sulfur.

    OCTYLPHENYLPOLYETHYLENEGLYCOL

    (9002-93-1)
    Used as an emulsifier in the pesticide, pharmaceutical, and rubber industries, and as a gas chromatography stationary liquid for asphalt emulsifiers in the construction industry, separation and analysis of hydrocarbon compounds, and oxygenated compounds. Chloroform, dichloromethane, methanol) separate and analyze hydrocarbon compounds, oxygen-containing compounds (alcohols, esters, ketones), basic and neutral nitrogen-containing compounds, and mercaptans. A wide range of non-ionic surfactants used to restore membrane components under mild denaturation conditions.

    Methoxypolyethylene glycols

    (9004-74-4)
    Polyethylene glycol is a polymer of ethylene oxide hydrolysate. It is non-toxic and non-irritating and is widely used in various pharmaceutical preparations. Low-molecular-weight polyethylene glycols are relatively more toxic. Taken together, glycols have relatively low toxicity. Topical application of polyethylene glycol, especially mucosal administration, can cause irritation and pain. In the topical lotion, this product can increase the flexibility of the skin and has a moisturizing effect similar to glycerin. High-dose oral polyethylene glycol can cause diarrhea. In injections, the maximum concentration of polyethylene glycol 300 is about 30% (V/V), and hemolysis may occur if the concentration is greater than 40% (V/V).

    Allyloxypolyethyleneglycol

    (27274-31-3)
    Ethylene glycol monoallyl ether, as a comonomer of fluorocoating-fluorocarbonic resin, can adjust the hardness of the coating film and impart hydrophilicity to the fluororesin. With the development of fluorine coatings, ethylene glycol monoallyl ether as a reactive diluent has been widely used.

    POLY(ETHYLENEGLYCOL)DIOLEATE

    (9005-07-6)
    Pegosperse(R) 600 DO is a surfactant suggested for use in paper defoamer formulations (emulsifier mineral oil or non mineral oil based), coatings (solvent and solventless systems emulsifier) and textile (spin finish lubricant)

    Polyethyleneglycolmonolaurate

    (9004-81-3)
    Pegosperse(R) 600 ML is a high HLB surfactant, nonionic and compatible with cationic, amphoteric, anionic and nonionic surface active agents. It is used as emulsifier for personal care and water treatment and as processing aid in textile industry.

    Dodecylheptaglycol

    (3055-97-8)
    Heptaethylene Glycol Monododecyl Ether (laureth-7) is a wetting agent also used as an emulsifier, surfactant, detergent, and solubilizer for active substances.

    Diethylene glycol diglycidyl ether

    (39443-66-8)
    Widely used in synthetic medicine, dyes, pesticides, etc. Such as the production of dye intermediates, 1,4-dichloroanthraquinone, 1-chloroanthraquinone, anticoagulant phenylindandione, fungicide tetrachloro N-hydroxymethylphthalimide, anti- Doxepin

    AMINOPOLYETHYLENEGLYCOL5'000MONOMETHYLETHER

    (80506-64-5)
    Methoxy polyethylene glycol amine can be used as a PEG modifier, a soluble polymer, used to support polypeptide synthesis; preparation of various polyethylene glycol-containing conjugates.
    Polyethylene Glycol Derivatives has excellent lubricity, moisture retention, dispersion, adhesives, antistatic agents and softeners, etc., in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, chemical fiber, rubber, plastics, paper, paint, plating, pesticides, metal processing And food processing and other industries are extremely widely used.
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