Sodium pyrophosphate tetrabasic, also called TSPP is used in the laboratory as a buffering agent. Has shown to be useful in the preparation of an EDTA-sodium pyrophosphate extraction buffer for microcystin analysis of soil samples. Sodium pyrophosphate dibasic also called, disodium pyrophosphate or DSPP (sc-251047) has been used as a chelating agent in antimicrobial studies.
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Soluble in water, insoluble in ethyl alcohol
Store at room temperature
2.53 g/mL at 25° C(lit.)
For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use.
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Various publications cite the use of SodiumVarious publications cite the use of Sodium pyrophosphate tetrabasic (TSPP) as a buffering agent. Has shown to be useful in the preparation of an EDTA-sodium pyrophosphate extraction buffer for microcystin analysis of soil samples. -SCBT Publication Review
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