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The "Critical Micelle Concentration" (CMC) of a detergent varies with temperature, pH, ionic strength, detergent concentration, purity and presence of organic agents in the detergent. Optimizer blueBALLS™ uses a simple hydrophobic dye solubilization method for the determination of CMC has been described and involves the solubilization of a dye in a detergent solution only in the presence of micelles. The amount of dye solubilized is directly proportional to the micelle concentration.

We also offer a SDS Detection & Estimation Reagent Kit to detect and measure the presence of SDS. If SDS is present in the sample, a blue color is extracted that can be quantitatively measured.
 

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SDS Detection & Estimation Reagent Kit

A reagent kit for detection and estimation of SDS in a sample. Mix the test sample in the extraction buffer reagents provided with the kit. If SDS is present in the sample, a blue color is extracted t..

CMC-535™ Detergent Assay

The CMC-535™ Detergent Assay is a simple, fluorescent assay designed for the detection of various detergents in aqueous solutions and is an ideal compliment for the DetergentOUT™ detergent..

Optimizer blueBALLS™

The "Critical Micelle Concentration" (CMC) of a detergent varies with temperature, pH, ionic strength, detergent concentration, purity and presence of organic agents in the detergent. Using ..