Al(III) Phthalocyanine Chloride Tetrasulfonic Acid

Product Number: AlPcS-834

CAS Number: 100180-30-1

AlPcS-834 Technical Data Sheet 

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Al(III) Phthalocyanine Chloride Tetrasulfonic Acid CAS Number: 100180-30-1 MDL: MFCD00672294

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Molecular weight: 95.21  g/mol

Molecular Formula: C32H16AlClN8O12S4  

CAS Number:  100180-30-1

Storage: Store at room temperature, protect from light

Synonyms:   AL(III) PHTHALOCYANINE CHLORIDE TETRASULFONIC ACID, Aluminum, chloro[29H,31H-phthalocyanine-2,9,16,23-tetrasulfonato(2-)-κN,κN’]-, Chlor[29H,31H-phthalocyanin-2,9,16,23-tetrasulfonato(2-)-κ2N,N’]aluminium [German], Chloro[29H,31H-phthalocyanine-2,9,16,23-tetrasulfonato(2-)-κ2N,N’]aluminium, Chloro[29H,31H-phthalocyanine-2,9,16,23-tétrasulfonato(2-)-κ2N,N’]aluminium, 100180-30-1, Al(III) Phthalocyanine Chloride Tetrasulfonic Acid, MFCD00672294, 100180-30-1

Fields of Interest: Photodynamic Therapy, Nanocomposites, Quantum Oxygen Yield, Catalysis, Photocatalysis

Background: Al(III) Phthalocyanine Chloride Tetrasulfonic Acid is a phthalocyanine specialty chemical manufactured by Frontier Specialty Chemicals.

References:

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Categories

Functional Groups

,

Metal

Porphyrin Family

Metallo Phthalocyanines

Porphyrin Substitution

Sulfonic Acid Substituted Porphyrins

Purity %

>95%

Molecular Formula

C32H16AlClN8O12S4

Molecular Weight

895.21

CAS #

100180-30-1

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