Magnetic bead nucleic acid purification technology uses nano or micron superparamagnetic material as the matrix, generally black ferric oxide or yellowish brown ferricoxide as the magnetic material. The surface of bead is coated with appropriate functional groups, which can adsorb nucleic acid. Magnetic beads commonly used for nucleic acids, containing carboxyl groups, hydroxyl groups, or silicon groups. Silicon-based magnetic beads are the most common, and its principle of adsorbing nucleic acid is consistent with the classical glass milk purification technology or glass fiber filter membrane purification method. Magpure particle is a kind of polydisperse fast speed silica magnetic beads. The core is ferricoxide, accounting for 50%, and the surface coating is silica, accounting for 50%. The product can be used for plasmid extraction, gel DNA recovery, product purification, genomic DNA and RNA extraction, and viral nucleic acid extraction.