>99.95% trace metals basis
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<500 nm (DLS)
0.342 cm3/g total pore volume (typical)
64 Å average pore diameter (typical)
spec. surface area 150-250 m2/g
0.056 g/cm3 (Packing)
1.887 g/cm3 (absolute, typical)
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