Chemical Structure / July 19, 2018 / Isabelle Vinson
Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) is an anionic detergent that can form complexes with protein through hydrophobic interactions. Studies have reported that the hydrodynamic functions of protein-SDS complexes are governed by the length of their polypeptide chains. Thus, SDS-based electrophoretic techniques can separate protein molecules based on their molecular weights. Additionally, SDS can solubilize cell membranes and can extract membrane-bound proteins.
Phosphorus pentachloride may be used as halogenating reagent to convert any substituted aldehyde into the corresponding vinyl halide.It can also undergo reaction with ammonium chloride to yield linear phosphazenes and cyclophosphazenes.
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