Ferric Chloride, Hexahydrate, Reagent, A.C.S.

Applications : positive or negative stain  and  staining of cell surfaces.

Chemical Formula:     FeCl3•6H2O         Formula Weight:  270.3

Apperance:  Solid     Color:  Brownish-yellow    Corrosive solid, acidic, inorganic

Unit : 500g

 

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Description

FeCl3·6H2O        F.W. 270.30       CAS #13478-10-9

Assay 97.0-102%
Insoluble Matters. 0.01%
Nitrate (about 0.001%) To Pass Test
Phosphorous Compound 0.01%
Sulfate 0.01%
Arsenic 0.002%
Copper 0.003%
Zinc 0.003%

References for use: Membrane stains – Gasic, G., Berwick et al (1963). Hale stain for sialic acid containing mucins. J. Cell Biol., 19:223 – Gasic, G., Berwick, et al (1968). Positive and Negative colloidal iron as cell surface electron stains. Lab. Invest., 18:63 – Blanquet, P.R. and Loiez, A. (1974). Colloidal iron used at pHs lower than 1 as electron stain for surface proteins. J. Histochem. Cytochem., 22:368 – Matukafs, V.J., Panner et al (1967). Studies on ultrastructural identification and distribution of protein-polysaccharides in cartilage matrix. J. Cell Biol., 32:365 – Benedetti, E.L. and Emmelot, P. (1967). Studies on plasma membranes IV. The Ultrastructural localization and content of sialic acid in plasma membranes isolated from rat liver and hepatoma. J. Cell Sci., 2:499 – Rowley, J.R. (1971). Resolution of channels in the exine by translocation of colloidal iron. Pro. 29th Ann. EMSA Meet., p.352. Claitor’s Pub. Division, Baton Rouge, LA – Nicolson, G.L. (1973). Anionic sites of human erythrocyte membranes.I. Effects of trypsin, phospholipase C, and pH on the topography of bound positively charged colloidal particles. J. Cell Biol., 57:373 – Hendy, R. (1971). Electron microscopy of lipofucsin pigment stained by the Schmorl and Fontana technique. Histochemie, 26:311.

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