Commercial Organofunctional Silanes for Diagnostics and Separation 01
Ulrike Braunagel Managing Director of abcr and Dr. Norbert Braunagel
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Commercial Organofunctional Silanes for Diagnostics and Separation Sciences. Organofunctional silanes are widely used commercially for diagnostics and separation science due to their re- markable versatility. They are hybrid molecules that combine the functionality of a reactive organic group and inorganic functionality into a single molecule. This unique property is used as a molecular bridge to make inorganic materials organically compatible. Organofunctional silanes molecules have two reactive centers, one characterized by at least one hydrolyti- cally stable carbonsilicon bond which allows the intro- duction of non-reactive or reactive organic functionality such as alkyl, aryl, arylalkyl, perfluorophenylalkyl, amino, epoxy, aldehyde, ethylene and anhydride. The other re- active centers of the silicon atom are characterized by hydrolyzable groups, mainly chloro, alkoxy and amine. The hydrolyzable component of organofunctional silanes will hydrolyze readily with water to form silanols and allow silicon to covalently bond to inorganic surfaces through a siloxane bond. In addition to forming covalent siloxane bonds with inor- ganic substrates, the hydrophobic nature of the silicon- carbon bond provides improved resistance at the inter- phase between siloxane bond and substrate to hydrolysis attack under extreme pH conditions. This feature makes stationary phases and the silica support matrix used in liquid chromatography more hydrolytically stable and hence, indreases service life by protecting the silica’s mechanical properties. The organofunc- tional silanes can be tri-functional, di-functional and mono-functional. Typical molecular structure for a tri-functional silane R X (CH ) n 2 Si R R R can an example be for chloro, dimethylamine or methoxy X can an example be for hydrogen, perfluorphenyl, phenyl, amino, oxy or cyano In order to initiate the hydrolysis reaction of organofunc- tional alkoxysilanes to subsequently form covalent silox- ane bonds, a catalyst is generally required; typically a mild acid or base will be sufficient. The most common catalysts are acetic acid and ammonia. Chlorosilanes and aminosilanes are autocatalytic because the hydro- lyzable groups will generate in situ, hydrochloric acid or amine thus creating a reaction medium with an acid catalyst with pH 0-1 or a base catalyst with pH 12-14. The tri-functional silanes, e.g. trimethoxysilanes, hydro- lyze first to form a silanol group and then condense with surface hydroxyl groups to form a hydrolytically stable covalent bond and also crosslink to form a multilayer (silsequioxane) coating. This multilayer is formed at the inorganic interphase and can also diffuse into the a po- rous matrix to create an interpenetrating network with- in the inorganic substrate which, in turn, generates a more hydrolytically stable silica support for liquid chro- matography. The di-functional silanes, e.g. dimethoth- oxysilanes also hydrolyze first to form a silanol group and then condense with surface hydroxyl groups to form hydrolytically stable covalent bonds. The di-func- tional silanes can also form polymeric materials that can adhere to different types of surfaces. Therefore, organo-functional silanes that are di-functional can be used to make bonded phases for liquid chromatography or make siloxane polymers for capillary columns used in gas chromatography. The mono-functional silanes due to their single hydrolyzable reactive group will form a self-assemble-monolayer (SAM) on the inorganic sub- strate thus creating a uniform molecular layer on the inorganic substrate’s surface. This may offer advanta- ges because the film thickness is easily controlled where it is well known that for tri- and di- functional silanes: reproducibly controlling the film thickness can be quite challenging. Typically, mono-functional silanes are used to make bonded phases for analytical applications while due to the higher hydrolytic stability, the di- and tri-functional silanes are more commonly used to make bonded phases for sample prep-scale chromatography, solid phase extraction (SPE) and preparative chromatography
Gute Chemie Commercial Organofunctional Silanes Reagents 2 | 3 for the purification of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API). An important aspect of bonded phases for liquid chromatography is capping (endcapping) of unreacted silanol groups left on the inorganic surfaces after the bonding phase step. These unreacted hydroxyl groups adversely affect performance and are therefore capped with a trimethysilyl group. Hydroxyl and free water scavengers like trimethylchlorosilane and hexamethyl- disilazane are efficient however a customized solution of trimethylchlrosilane and hexamethyldisilazane has a higher reactivity and is more effective than either of the reagents alone. In addition, capping of silanols groups will lead to free flowing particles which may aid in the reproducibility of column pressures of bonded silica packed chromatography columns. Organofunctional silanes with a hydrolyzable dimethylamino group are versatile silylating reagents for capping silanols. Due to its extreme reactivity with hydroxyl groups, dimethyl- aminotrimethylsilane is a highly effective silanol scav- enger. The by-product formed, dimethylamine, can be easily removed during reflux or by applying vacuum. It must be noted that dimethylamino silanes are ex- tremely hydrolytically sensitive, even more reactive than chlorosilanes. They will almost instantaneously react with moisture in the air; water contained in polar solvents, adsorbed on the surfaces of glass bottles and GC vials. When handling these types of products dur- ing analysis, the use of inert gases, silanized GC vials, anhydrous solvents for syringe cleaning and GC column pre-conditioning are highly recommended. In order to facilitate analysis and process handling these products are also offered as a solution in a non-polar solvent. Depending on the analyte, retention time and selectiv- ity, there are numerous organofunctional silanes avail- able for gas and liquid chromatography. A stationary phase is defined by the specific chemical ligands bond- ed to the silica support which in combination with sol- vent and pH, control selectivity and retention time of analytes. The mobile phase is defined by the solvent which contains the analytes. The solvent can be gas as in the case of gas chromatography or non-polar sol- vents for normal phase chromatography (NPC) or polar solvents for reverse-phase chromatography (RPC) and hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC). Gas (GC) and Liquid Chromatography (LC) employ specific modes of separation which are influenced by the polar- ity of the stationary phase. The most common ligands found in commercial station- ary phases are: Alkyl Phases C18 C8 C4 C1 Phenyl Phases Phenyl Phenyl- alkyl Polar embedded Phases Polar Phases Perﬂuor- phenyl- propyl Cyano Amino Hydroxyl In addition, in the field of biochromatography, whole new classes of ligands are being investigated for the analysis and purification of natural compounds that are biologically active. Selectivity and retention time are being optimized based on the affinity of these natural compounds to different ligands. The particular nature of the analyte will determine the choice of organofunctional silane as well as the way in which it bonds to the supporting silica matrix. Through a close cooperation with you, abcr labs develops the ideal product solutions to fulfill your particular demands. abcr is your reliable innovation partner for specialty chemicals.
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Gute Chemie. Diagnostics and Separation 17 C18, n-Octadecylsilanes AB252576 n-Octadecyldiisobutylchlorosilane; 95% 162578-86-1 Si Cl AB252577 n-Octadecyldiisobutyl(dimethylamino)silane; 95% (5-10% C18 isomers) 151613-23-9 AB336026 n-Octadecyldiisobutyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in toluene 151613-23-9 Si N AB111257 n-Octadecyldimethylchlorosilane; 95% (5-10% C18 isomers) Si N 18643-08-8 Cl Si AB128282 n-Octadecyldimethylchlorosilane; 70% in toluene 18643-08-8 Cl Si AB129205 n-Octadecyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 95% (5- 10% C18 isomers) 76328-77-3 N Si AB336027 n-Octadecyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in toluene 76328-77-3 N Si AB111258 n-Octadecyldimethylmethoxysilane; 97% 71808-65-6 O Si AB111265 n-Octadecylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 5157-75-5 Cl Cl Si AB289989 n-Octadecylmethyldichlorosilane, 70% in toluene 5157-75-5 Cl Cl Si abcr GmbH Phone +49 721 95061 - 0 Fax +49 721 95061 - 80 www.abcr.de firstname.lastname@example.org
18 AB153212 n-Octadecylmethyldimethoxysilane; contains 5-10% C18 isomers 70851-50-2 AB108930 n-Octadecyltrichlorosilane; 95%, cont. 5-10% bran- ched isomers O Si O 112-04-9 Cl Cl Si Cl AB334057 n-Octadecyltrichlorosilane; 70 wt% in toluene 112-04-9 Cl Cl Si Cl AB336056 n-Octadecyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 3069-42-9 O O Si O C8, n-Octylsilanes AB111284 n-Octyldiisopropylchlorosilane; 95% 117559-37-2 AB111286 n-Octyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 95% 110348-62-4 AB336028 n-Octyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in tolue- ne 110348-62-4 AB111285 n-Octyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 18162-84-0 AB131060 n-Octyldimethylmethoxysilane; 97% 93804-29-6 AB111287 n-Octylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 14799-93-0 AB134462 n-Octylmethyldimethoxysilane; 95% 85712-15-8 Gute Chemie Si Cl N Si N Si Cl Si O Si Cl Cl Si O Si O
Gute Chemie. Diagnostics and Separation 19 AB111290 n-Octyltrichlorosilane; 97% 5283-66-9 AB129289 n-Octyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 3069-40-7 Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O C4, n-Butylsilanes AB110913 n-Butyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 1000-50-6 AB129275 n-Butyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 95% 181231-67-4 AB336029 n-Butyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in tolue- ne 181231-67-4 AB252498 n-Butyldimethylmethoxysilane 64712-50-1 AB110923 n-Butylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 18147-23-4 AB334058 n-Butylmethyldimethoxysilane; 97% 18294-08-1 AB110926 n-Butyltrichlorosilane; 97% 7521-80-4 AB110928 n-Butyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 1067-57-8 Cl Si N Si N Si O Si Cl Cl Si Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O O Si O C1, Trimethylsilylating Agents for Silanol Capping AB357480 (N,N-Dimethylamino)trimethylsilane; 97% 2083-91-2 Si N abcr GmbH Phone +49 721 95061 - 0 Fax +49 721 95061 - 80 www.abcr.de email@example.com
20 AB336030 (N,N-Dimethylamino)trimethylsilane; 25% in toluene 2083-91-2 AB119949 N-(Trimethylsilyl)imidazole; 97% 18156-74-6 AB111495 Trimethylchlorosilane; 99% 75-77-4 AB210603 Trimethylmethoxysilane; 97% 1825-61-2 AB111175 Hexamethyldisilazane; 99.5% 999-97-3 Trimethylsilylating Agents for Silanol Capping (C1) AB334055 TMS Silylating Solution: Hexamethyldisilazane/Chlo- rotrimethylsilane; 2:1 volume ratio 999-97-3 Arylsilanes AB111322 Phenyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 768-33-2 AB111339 Phenyltrichlorosilane; 97% 98-13-5 AB111342 Phenyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 2996-92-1 AB110855 1,4-Bis(dimethylsilyl)benzene; 97% 2488-01-9 AB110858 1,4-Bis(hydroxydimethylsilyl)benzene; 95% 2754-32-7 Gute Chemie Si N NSi N Cl Si Si O Si Si N H Cl Si Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O H Si Si H HO Si Si OH
Gute Chemie. Diagnostics and Separation 21 AB304369 4-Biphenyldimethylchlorosilane; 95% 41081-31-6 Arylalkylsilanes AB252611 6-Phenylhexyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 97451-53-1 AB334056 6-Phenylhexyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 95% 1223044-18-5 AB336032 6-Phenylhexyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in toluene 1223044-18-5 AB334062 6-Phenylhexyldimethylmethoxysilane; 97% AB334060 6-Phenylhexylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 97451-52-0 AB334061 6-Phenylhexylmethyldimethoxysilane; 97% AB201456 6-Phenylhexyltrichlorosilane; 97% 18035-33-1 AB334063 6-Phenylhexyltrimethoxysilane; 97% AB336053 3-Phenylpropyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 95% AB336031 3-Phenylpropyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in toluene Si N Si N Si O Cl Si Cl O Si O O O Si O Si Cl Si Cl Cl Cl Si Cl Si N Si N abcr GmbH Phone +49 721 95061 - 0 Fax +49 721 95061 - 80 www.abcr.de firstname.lastname@example.org
22 AB111335 3-Phenylpropyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 17146-09-7 AB331574 3-Phenylpropyldimethylmethoxysilane; 97% 52500-10-4 Si Cl O Si AB129299 3-Phenylpropylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 17776-66-8 AB331582 3-Phenylpropylmethyldimethoxysilane; 97% 1233513-31-9 AB252612 3-Phenylpropyltrichlorosilane; 97% 13617-40-8 AB334059 3-Phenylpropyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 152958-90-2 Fluoroarylsilanes AB129290 Pentaﬂuorophenyldimethylchlorosilane; 95% 20082-71-7 AB251701 Pentaﬂuorophenyldimethylsilyldiethylamine; 98% 55485-74-0 AB129291 Pentaﬂuorophenylpropyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 157499-19-9 AB134463 Pentaﬂuorophenylpropylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 1220126-66-8 AB334064 Pentaﬂuorophenylpropylmethyldimethoxysilane; 97% Gute Chemie Si Cl Cl O Si O Cl Si Cl Cl O Si O O F F Cl Si F F F Si N F F F F F F F F F F F F F O Si O F F F Si Cl Cl Si Cl F F F F
Gute Chemie. Diagnostics and Separation 23 AB126774 Pentaﬂuorophenylpropyltrichlorosilane; 95% 78900-02-4 AB126792 Pentaﬂuorophenylpropyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 303191-26-6 AB134664 Pentaﬂuorophenyltriethoxysilane; 97% 20083-34-5 Cyano Functional Silanes AB252516 3-Cyanopropyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane 111873-32-6 AB336033 3-Cyanopropyldimethyl(dimethylamino)silane; 25% in toluene 111873-32-6 AB110994 3-Cyanopropyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 18156-15-5 AB336080 3-Cyanopropyldimethylmethoxysilane; 97% 143203-47-8 AB110995 3-Cyanopropylmethyldichlorosilane; 97% 1190-16-5 AB109879 3-Cyanopropylmethyldimethoxysilane; 97% 153723-40-1 AB129111 3-Cyanopropylphenyldichlorosilane; 97% 1078-96-2 AB153315 3-Cyanopropylphenyldimethoxysilane; 95% 204760-82-7 F F F F F F F F F F Cl Si Cl Cl O Si O O O O Si O F F F F F N Si N Si Cl Si O Si Cl Cl Si O Si O Cl Si Cl O Si O N N N N N N N N abcr GmbH Phone +49 721 95061 - 0 Fax +49 721 95061 - 80 www.abcr.de email@example.com
24 AB110996 3-Cyanopropyltrichlorosilane; 97% 1071-27-8 AB128523 3-Cyanopropyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 55453-24-2 AB134446 11-Cyanoundecyltrichlorosilane; 95% 724460-16-6 AB129096 11-Cyanoundecyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 253788-37-3 Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O N N Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O N N Amino Functional Silanes AB336100 p-Aminophenyltrimethoxysilane; 95% 33976-43-1 AB110423 3-Aminopropyldimethylethoxysilane; 97% 18306-79-1 AB222531 3-Aminopropylmethyldimethoxysilane; 95% 3663-44-3 AB336097 3-Aminopropyltrimethoxysilane; 97% 13822-56-5 AB153236 11-Aminoundecyltriethoxysilane; 95% 116821-45-5 AB252529 (3-N,N-Dimethylaminopropyl)methyldimethoxysilane; 97% 67353-42-8 AB336017 (3-N,N-Dimethylaminopropyl)triethoxysilane; 97% 43108-00-5 Gute Chemie O O Si O NH2 O Si NH2 O Si O NH2 H2N O O Si O O O Si O NH2 O Si O N O O Si O N
Gute Chemie. Diagnostics and Separation 25 AB110559 (3-N,N-Dimethylaminopropyl)trimethoxysilane; 97% 2530-86-1 AB111305 N-Phenylaminopropyltrimethoxysilane; 95% 3068-76-6 Epoxy Functional Alkylsilanes AB129137 5,6-Epoxyhexyltriethoxysilane; 97% 86138-01-4 AB111148 (3-Glycidoxypropyl)dimethylethoxysilane; 97% 17963-04-1 AB111152 (3-Glycidoxypropyl)trimethoxysilane; 98% 2530-83-8 Acetoxy and Aldehyde Functional Alkylsilanes AB110781 Acetoxyethyldimethylchlorosilane; 97% 18306-45-1 AB110783 Acetoxyethyltrichlorosilane; 97% 18204-80-3 O O Si O O O Si O N H N O O O Si O O O Si O O Si O O O O Cl Si O O Cl Cl Si Cl O O AB252438 Acetoxyphenethyltrichlorosilane; 97% 627882-90-0 O O AB128800 3-(Triethoxysilyl)propylsuccinic anhydride; 95% 93642-68-3 AB152514 11-(Triethoxysilyl)undecanal; 90% 116047-42-8 Cl Si Cl Cl O Si O O O O O O O O Si O abcr GmbH Phone +49 721 95061 - 0 Fax +49 721 95061 - 80 www.abcr.de firstname.lastname@example.org
26 Carboxylic Acid Functional Alkylsilanes AB391079 4-Triethoxysilylbutanoic acid; 95% 68896-01-5 AB391080 5-Triethoxysilylpentanoic acid; 95% 1137665-94-1 AB391081 6-Triethoxysilylhexanoic acid; 95% 145045-54-1 AB391082 7-Triethoxysilylheptanoic acid; 95% AB391083 8-Triethoxysilyloctanoic acid; 95% AB391084 9-Triethoxysilylnonanoic acid; 95% AB391085 10-Triethoxysilyldecanoic acid; 95% AB391086 11-Triethoxysilylundecanoic acid; 95% 82784-73-4 O O Si O O O Si O O O Si O O O Si O O O Si O O O Si O O O Si O O O Si O OH O O OH O OH OH O O OH OH O O OH OH O Gute Chemie
Gute Chemie. Diagnostics and Separation 27 Functional Alkylsilanes AB111280 7-Octenyldimethylchlorosilane; 95% 17196-12-2 AB171364 7-Octenyldimethylmethoxysilane; 95% 204775-11-1 AB111282 7-Octenyltrimethoxysilane; 95% 52217-57-9 AB134479 10-Undecenyltrichlorosilane; 95% 17963-29-0 AB153354 10-Undecenyltrimethoxysilane; 95% 872575-06-9 AB110910 11-Bromoundecyltrichlorosilane; 95% 79769-48-5 AB110911 11-Bromoundecyltrimethoxysilane; 95% 17947-99-8 Cl Si O Si O O Si O Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O Cl Cl Si Cl O O Si O Polar Embedded Silanes AB334066 N-[3-(Dimethoxymethylsilyl)propyl]-hexadecanamide; 95% O Si O AB334065 N-[3-(Methoxydimethylsilyl)propyl]-hexadecanamide; 95% 1240493-11-1 O Si AB290843 N-[3-(Trimethoxysilyl)propyl]-hexadecanamide; 95% 862822-32-0 O O Si O N H N H H N O O O Br Br abcr GmbH Phone +49 721 95061 - 0 Fax +49 721 95061 - 80 www.abcr.de email@example.com
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