Granular Spherical Silica Gel Bonded Phase Silica Gel (Functionalized) Silica Gel Dessicants Most Common Silica Gel

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Sorbent Technologies™ offers a complete selection of silica gel products designed to perform simple to complex analytical and preparative chromatographic techniques for laboratory, pilot, and industrial process applications.

Our full range of standardized silica gels are available as granular (premium, standard, and economy grade) and spherical shapes with pore diameters ranging from 60Å to 2000Å, particle sizes from 3μm to 500μm, and bonded phases from C18 to SAX.

All of Sorbent Technologies™ silica gels are manufactured using GMP standards ensuring the highest performance and reproducibility with no scale-up limitations.

Certificates of analysis and individual data sheets are available for each product upon request. Inquire about custom products. We have available silica gel products for Flash, Classic Column, MPLC, HPLC, TLC, and DCC.

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ChemistryOne-pot three-enzyme chemoenzymatic approach to the synthesis of sialosides containing natural and non-natural functionalitiesHai Yu1, Harshal A. Chokhawala1, Shengshu Huang1 & Xi Chen
Cucurbituril Complexes of Viologens Bound to TiO2 FilmsMarina Freitag and Elena Galoppini*
Organometallic ChemistryCobaltacarborane–phthalocyanine conjugates: Syntheses and photophysical propertiesHairong Li, Frank R. Fronczek, M. Graça H. Vicente
Syntheses and properties of octa-, tetra-, and di-hydroxy-substituted phthalocyaninesHairong Li, Ngan Nguyen, Frank R. Fronczek, M. Graça H. Vicente
Organic ChemistryElectronic properties of para-substituted thiophenols and disulfides from 13C NMR spectroscopy and ab initio calculations: relations to the Hammett parameters and atomic chargesRaghvendra S. Sengar,a  Victor N. Nemykina  and  Partha Basu*a 
Polymer ChemistryFully biodegradable polymeric micelles based on hydrophobic- and hydrophilic-functionalized poly(lactide) block copolymersBenjamin Nottelet, Claudia Di Tommaso, Karine Mondon, Robert Gurny, Michael Möller
PhytochemistryBioactivity-guided isolation of cytotoxic sesquiterpenes of Rolandra fruticosaLi Pan, Daniel D. Lantvit, Soedarsono Riswan, Leonardus B. S. Kardono, Hee-Byung Chai, Esperanza J. Carcache de Blanco, Norman R. Farnsworth, Djaja Doel Soejarto
BiochemistryKinetic Dissection of the Catalytic Mechanism of Taurine:α-Ketoglutarate Dioxygenase (TauD) from Escherichia coli†John C. Price ,‡ Eric W. Barr ,‡ Lee M. Hoffart ,‡ Carsten Krebs ,*‡§ and J. Martin Bollinger , Jr.*‡§
Organic Chemistry/Materials ChemistrySoluble n-type pentacene derivatives as novel acceptors for organic solar cellsYee-Fun Lim,a Ying Shu,b Sean R. Parkin,b John E. Anthony*b and George G. Malliaras*a
Biochemistry Preparation, Characterization, Molecular and Electronic Structures, TDDFT, and TDDFT/PCM Study of the Solvatochromism in CyanovinylferrocenesVictor N. Nemykin ,*† Elena A. Makarova ,†‡ Jeffrey O. Grosland ,† Ryan G. Hadt ,† and Alexey Y. Koposov †
Environmental ResearchDioxin Photoproducts of Triclosan and Its Chlorinated Derivatives in Sediment CoresJeffrey M. Buth†, Peter O. Steen‡, Charles Sueper§, Dylan Blumentritt∥, Peter J. Vikesland⊥, William A. Arnold*‡ and Kristopher McNeill*†⊗
Materials ChemistryThe influence of side chains on the structures and properties of functionalized pentacenesJihua Chen,ab Sankar Subramanian,d Sean R. Parkin,d Maxime Siegler,d Kaitlin Gallup,b Chelsea Haughn,b David C. Martin*abc and John E. Anthony*d
Thiophene Dendron Jacketed Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimers:  Nanoparticle Synthesis and Adsorption on GraphiteSuxiang Deng , Jason Locklin , Derek Patton , Akira Baba , and Rigoberto C. Advincula *
Cell BiologyEfficient Solution-Processed Photovoltaic Cells Based on an Anthradithiophene/Fullerene BlendMatthew T. Lloyd ,† Alex C. Mayer ,† Sankar Subramanian ,‡ Devin A. Mourey ,† Dave J. Herman ,† Amit V. Bapat,† John E. Anthony ,‡ and George G. Malliaras *†
MedicineDirect Modulation of Microtubule Stability Contributes to Anthracene General AnesthesiaDaniel J. Emerson†, Brian P. Weiser‡, John Psonis†, Zhengzheng Liao†, Olena Taratula†, Ashley Fiamengo†, Xiaozhao Wang†, Keizo Sugasawa†, Amos B. SmithIII†, Roderic G. Eckenhoff*‡, and Ivan J. Dmochowski*†
OrganometallicsMercury-Free Preparation, Characterization, and Molecular Structure of Tricyanovinylferrocene Using an Unusual Reaction between Ferrocene and TetracyanoethyleneVictor N. Nemykin ,* Alexander Y. Maximov , and Alexey Y. Koposov
MacromoleculesPoly(thieno[3,4-b]thiophene)s from Three Symmetrical Thieno[3,4-b]thiophene DimersByoungchul Lee , Mustafa S. Yavuz , and Gregory A. Sotzing *
MacromoleculesTelechelic Aminooxy Polystyrene Synthesized by ATRP and ATR CouplingJordan T. Kopping , Zachary P. Tolstyka , and Heather D. Maynard *
Physical ChemistryMaristentorin, a Novel Pigment from the Positively Phototactic Marine Ciliate Maristentor dinoferus, Is Structurally Related to Hypericin and StentorinPrasun Mukherjee ,† D. Bruce Fulton ,‡ Mintu Halder ,† Xinxin Han ,† Daniel W. Armstrong ,† Jacob W. Petrich ,*†and Christopher S. Lobban *§
Polymer ChemistryVariable-color poly(3,4-propylenedioxythiophene) electrochromics from precursor polymersMichael A. Invernale, Jayesh G. Bokria, Matthew Ombaba, Ki-Ryong Lee, Donna M.D. Mamangun, Gregory A. Sotzing
Long-Range Electronic Communication in Free-Base meso-Poly(Ferrocenyl)-Containing PorphyrinsVictor N. Nemykin*†, Gregory T. Rohde†, Christopher D. Barrett†, Ryan G. Hadt†, Jared R. Sabin†, Giacomo Reina†‡, Pierluca Galloni*‡ and Barbara Floris‡
AgricultureAntioxidant and Quinone Reductase-Inducing Constituents of Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) FruitsJie Li†, Ye Deng†, Chunhua Yuan‡, Li Pan†, Heebyung Chai†, William J. Keller§, and A. Douglas Kinghorn*†
Synthesis, Molecular and Electronic Structure, and TDDFT and TDDFT-PCM Study of the Solvatochromic Properties of (Me2Pipdt)Mo(CO)4Complex (Me2Pipdt = N,N‘-Dimethylpiperazine-2,3-dithione)Victor N. Nemykin ,*†‡ Joseph G. Olsen ,† Eranda Perera ,‡ and Partha Basu *‡
NanomaterialsHybrid organic–inorganic nanomaterials based on polythiophene dendronized nanoparticlesRigoberto C. Advincula*a 
MedicineSyntheses and Properties of a Series of Cationic Water-Soluble PhthalocyaninesHairong Li, Timothy J. Jensen, Frank R. Fronczek and M. Graça H. Vicente*
ToxicologySynthesis of Fenthion Sulfoxide and Fenoxon Sulfoxide Enantiomers:  Effect of Sulfur Chirality on Acetylcholinesterase ActivityRama Sarma V. S. Gadepalli ,† John M. Rimoldi ,*† Frank R. Fronczek ,‡ Mae Nillos ,§ Jay Gan ,§ Xin Deng,§ Gabriela Rodriguez-Fuentes ,§ and Daniel Schlenk *§
Influence of Alkoxyl Substituent on 4,6-Diphenyl-2,2′-bipyridine Ligand on Photophysics of Cyclometalated Platinum(II) Complexes: Admixing Intraligand Charge Transfer Character in Low-Lying Excited StatesPin Shao†, Yunjing Li†, Alexander Azenkeng‡, Mark R. Hoffmann§ and Wenfang Sun*†
BiochemistryAliphatic acetogenin constituents of avocado fruits inhibit human oral cancer cell proliferation by targeting the EGFR/RAS/RAF/MEK/ERK1/2 pathwaySteven M. D’Ambrosio, Chunhua Han, Li Pan, A. Douglas Kinghorn, Haiming Ding
ChromatographyFlash column chromatograms estimated from thin-layer chromatography dataJustin D. Fair, Chad M. Kormos
Cyclometalated Platinum(II) 6-Phenyl-4-(9,9-dihexylfluoren-2-yl)-2,2′-bipyridine Complexes: Synthesis, Photophysics, and Nonlinear AbsorptionPin Shao†, Yunjing Li†, Jing Yi†, Timothy M. Pritchett‡ and Wenfang Sun*†
SpectrometryRapid preseparation of interferences for ion mobility spectrometryAbu B. Kanu, Ching Wu, Herbert H. Hill Jr.
Polymer ChemistryExploring shape amphiphiles beyond giant surfactants: molecular design and click synthesisKan Yue,a  Chang Liu,a  Kai Guo,a  Kan Wu,a  Xue-Hui Dong,a  Hao Liu,a  Mingjun Huang,a  Chrys Wesdemiotis,ab  Stephen Z. D. Cheng*a  and  Wen-Bin Zhang*a 
BiochemistryUnilamellar Liposomes with Enhanced Boron ContentTiejun Li , Julie Hamdi , and M. Frederick Hawthorne *
BiochemistryEffect of composition and nanostructure on CO2/N2 transport properties of supported alkyl-imidazolium block copolymer membranesPhuc Tien Nguyen, Erin F. Wiesenauer, Douglas L. Gin, Richard D. Noble
The Conversion of Phenols to the Corresponding Aryl Halides Under Mild ConditionsAlicia L. S. Thompsona, George W. Kabalkab, Murthy R. Akulab, John W. Huffman*aa
MedicineIn Vitro Reconstitution of Two Essential Steps in Wall Teichoic Acid BiosynthesisCynthia Ginsberg, Yu-Hui Zhang, Yanqiu Yuan and Suzanne Walker*
Distance Dependent Electron Transfer at TiO2 Interfaces Sensitized with Phenylene Ethynylene Bridged RuII–Isothiocyanate CompoundsPatrik G. Johansson†, Andrew Kopecky‡, Elena Galoppini*‡, and Gerald J. Meyer*†
PhytochemistryBioactive constituents of Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke)Li Pan, Michelle R. Sinden, Aaron H. Kennedy, Heebyung Cha, Linda E. Watson, Terrence L. Graham, A. Douglas Kinghorn
Physical ChemistryFrequency upconverted lasing of nanocrystal quantum dots in microbeadsChunfeng Zhang1, Fan Zhang1, An Cheng1, Brian Kimball2, Andrew Y. Wang3, and Jian Xu1, a)
Organic ChemistryCucurbit[7]uril Complexation Drives Thermal trans–cis-Azobenzene Isomerization and Enables Colorimetric Amine DetectionJing Wu, Lyle Isaacs Prof. Dr.

Most common Silica Gel

Unmodified bare silica

Catalog #/DescriptionAdd to Cart/List Price
40930-25 - Silica Gel, Technical Grade, 60A, 40-63um, 25kgAdd to Cart  1690.00
40930-1 - Silica Gel, Technical Grade, 60A, 40-63um, 1kgAdd to Cart  153.31
40940-25 - Silica Gel, Technical Grade, 60A, 63-200um, 25kgAdd to Cart  1600.00
40940-1 - Silica Gel, Technical Grade, 60A, 63-200um, 1kgAdd to Cart  148.31
52500-25 - Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 60A, 40-75um, 25kgAdd to Cart  2391.30
52500-1 - Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 60A, 40-75um, 1kgAdd to Cart  161.76
52700-25 - Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 60A, 75-200um, 25kgAdd to Cart  2326.09
52700-1 - Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 60A, 75-200um, 1kgAdd to Cart  157.35
62500-1 - Spherical Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 70A, 40-75um, 1kgAdd to Cart  256.11
62700-1 - Spherical Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 70A, 75-200um, 1kgAdd to Cart  213.33
63500-1 - Spherical Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 100A, 40-75um, 1kgAdd to Cart  271.11
72600-1 - Spherical Silica Gel, Premium Rf, 70A, 20-45um, 1kgAdd to Cart  677.06

Bonded phase silica

Catalog #/DescriptionAdd to Cart/List Price
452546M-1 - C18 Silica Gel, Enhanced Grade, 60A, 40-63um, Endcapped, 1kgCALL FOR PRICE