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PIPPS

Synonyms

3,3′-Piperazine-1,4-diyldipropane-1-sulfonic acid, 1,4-Piperazinedipropanesulfonic acid;
1,4-Piperazine bis – propanesulfonic acid; Piperazine-N,Nʹ-bis(3-propanesulfonic Acid)

Technical Data

CAS Number: 5625-56-9
Molecular Formula: C10H22N2O6S2
Molecular Weight: 330.42
EC Number: 227-059-7

FabriChem Specifications

ITEMSPECIFICATION
AppearanceWhite Powder
Solubility (1.0% Soln in NaHCO3(aq.))Clear and Complete
Moisture (LOD)1.0% Max.
Assay (Titration, dried basis)97.0% Min.
Pka1(25°C)3.7 – 4.1
Pka2(25°C)7.8 – 8.2
UV (5.0%, 0.25N NaOH):
A260nm0.18 Max.
A280nm0.15 Max.

Molecular Structure

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About

PIPPS [(1,4-Piperazine bis – propanesulfonic acid)] is one of the known buffering agents used for biochemical and biological research. These buffering agents are now collectively referred to as “Good’s Buffers”. Good’s Buffers are important tools used in modern biological laboratories for a variety of their properties, including but not limited to being zwitterionic (aka hybrid or dipolar) compounds.

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