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5-(and-6)-Carboxyrhodamine 6G, Hydrochloride

The free acid form of orange fluorescent 5-(and-6)-carboxyrhodamine 6G mixed isomers.

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Excitation/Emission

520/546 nm

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5-(and-6)-Carboxyrhodamine 6G, hydrochloride, is the free acid form of orange fluorescent 5-(and-6)-carboxyrhodamine 6G mixed isomers. Also called 5(6)-CR6G.

  • Ex/Em (MeOH) = 520/546 nm
  • Orange red solid moderately soluble in DMSO
  • Store at -20°C, protect from light
  • MW: 494.97

 

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