Nanowater

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gfpqueen
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Nanowater

Has anyone used (or even heard of) a reagent called "Nanowater". It's supposed to enhance binding of molecules, but the companies' website is lacking data.

g a
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Nanowater...... I haven't

Nanowater...... I haven't heard of but the nanopur water is indeed a common thing. Its what we use for our mass spectrometry experiments, peptide and Si RNA experiments.

Ivan Delgado
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Hi gfpqueen,
Cool name by the way. As far as I know Nanowater is nothing more than an initiative to bring together the Nanotechnology community and the water industry to determine if there is any way that nanotechnology can help solve some of the water problems of the world (filtration for water quality, etc). In other words, you could say that "nanowater" is water that was filtered through a filter based on some nanotechnology material. As for its use in biological research I do not think there are any commercial sources of nanowater (or filters).

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hi Ivan

hi Ivan
Does that mean nanowater is nanopure water?

Ivan Delgado
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Hi Argerine,

Hi Argerine,
I think you can assume that nanowater is "nanopure" water since it is supposed to be processed through some kind of device based on nano-materials (most likely a filter).
ARGERINE wrote:

hi Ivan
Does that mean nanowater is nanopure water?