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Bio-Beads SM adsorbents are neutral, macroporous polymeric Bio-Beads SM-2 nonpolar polystyrene adsorbents are particu- beads of high surface area for adsorbing organics from aqueous larly useful for the adsorption of nonpolar substances or sur- solutions. Each bead is composed of a large number of highly face active agents from aqueous solutions.
crosslinked microspheres, giving it high surface area and The following reference cite the use of Bio-Beads SM-2 adsor- uniform pores. Bio-Beads adsorbents can be used with a variety bents for the analysis of organic compounds, drugs, biologicals, of solvents, including alcohols, petroleum ether, diethyl ether, foods, pesticides, chemicals, metals, and detergents. For more hexane, and solvent mixtures, as well as with aqueous media.
information on Bio-Beads SM adsorbents, request the They have excellent physical stability and withstand Applications for Bio-Beads SM-2
Trace organics
Wigilius, B., Boren, H., Cvarlberg, G. E., Retention and
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Morphine and
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Morphine in
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Drugs in blood
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Extraction of
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Dieterle, W., Faigle, J. W. and Mory, H., non-polar drug
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of resin with
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benzyl bromide
microbial fatty
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Purification of
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Plant hormones Stafford, A. E., Kunhle, J. A., Corse, J. and
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Flavonoids from Rosler, K. H. and Goodwin, R. S., J. Natural
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Acid dyes
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Naringin and
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Triadimefon in
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in animal tissue (1979).
adsorbent to
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Steroids from
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sea water
Bile acids
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Bile acids
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Emulgen 911
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Benzenesulfonic Rotsch, T. D. and Pietryzk, D. J.,
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Use in TLC
Pietryzk, D. J. Ritsch, T. D. and Leuthauser, Emulphogene
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detergent soluble
Metal cation
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adsorption using Staskiewicz, M., Talanta, 35 (1), 65-67
loaded adsorbent
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H., Anal. Chem., 55, 2394-2398 (1983).
with TBP for
actinides from
fission products


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