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Diethanolamine (1 M, pH 9.8) Preparation and Recipe

Diethanolamine (DEA) is the buffer of choice in applications employing concentrated Tropix substrates for the detection of alkaline phosphatase. DEA buffers provide favorable reaction kinetics and greater sensitivity compared to most buffer systems.

To prepare  L of Diethanolamine (1 M, pH 9.8):
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Table 1. Required components
ComponentAmountConcentration
Diethanolamine (mw: 105.14 g/mol)105.14 g1 M
Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate (mw: 203.30 g/mol)0.1 g0.0005 M
  1. Prepare 800 mL of dH2O in a suitable container.
  2. Add 105.14 g of Diethanolamine to the solution.
  3. Add 0.1 g of Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate to the solution.
  4. Adjust the pH to 9.8 with 10 M HCl solution.
  5. Add dH2O until the volume is 1 L.

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References

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MLA

"Quest Calculate™ Diethanolamine (1 M, pH 9.8) Preparation and Recipe." AAT Bioquest, Inc.10 Aug2022https://www.aatbio.com/resources/buffer-preparations-and-recipes/diethanolamine-ph-9-8.

APA

AAT Bioquest, Inc. (2022August 10). Quest Calculate™ Diethanolamine (1 M, pH 9.8) Preparation and Recipe. AAT Bioquest. https://www.aatbio.com/resources/buffer-preparations-and-recipes/diethanolamine-ph-9-8.