2-Methylimidazole D3

STABLE ISOTOPES

Product Details

CAT No.# CS-T-82505
Category Stable Isotopes
CAS 83413-07-4
Molecular Weight 85.12
Molecular Formula C₄H₃D₃N₂
Melting Point: 129-137°C (dec.)
Solubility: Chloroform (Slightly), Methanol (Slightly)
Appearance: White to Off-White Solid
Synonyms: 2-(Methyl-d3)-1H-imidazole; 1H-2-Methylimidazole-d3; 2-Methyl-1H-imidazole-d3; 2MZ-d3; 2MZ-H-d3; 2MZ-PW-d3; Actiron 2MI-d3; Curezol 2MZ-d3; Curezol 2MZ-P-d3; Denka CN 25-d3; Epicure MI 2-d3; Epikure MI 2-d3; Imicure AMI 2-d3; NSC 21394-d3
Application Notes: 2-Methylimidazole-d3 is the isotope labelled analog of 2-Methylimidazole; a monomethylated imidazole that can be used as a building block in the preparation of a wide range of biologically active compounds. 2-Methylimidazole as well as other imidazoles can be use as catalyst for refolding of enhanced coloured fluorescent protein. 2-Methylimidazole has been identified as a byproduct of fermentation and is detected in foods and mainstream and side-stream tobacco smoke.
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The balance used are calibrated with weights traceable to National Standards NIST for accuracy
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