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Hach NitriVer 3 Nitrite Reagent Powder Pillows

Hach NitriVer 3 Nitrite Reagent Powder Pillows

Description

Hach NitriVer 3 Nitrite reagent powder pillows, pack of 100

Features

  • For determination of low range nitrite by the NitriVer 3 diazotization method
  • USEPA accepted for reporting wastewater analysis
  • Range: up to 0.30 mg/L NO2-N
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$38.75
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Notable Specifications:
  • Description : NitriVer 3 Nitrite Reagent, 10 mL
  • EPA Compliant: Yes
  • Instrument: All except PC II
  • Method: Diazotization
  • Parameter: Nitrite
  • Range: 0.002 - 0.300 mg/LNO2--N
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Hach NitriVer 3 Nitrite Reagent Powder Pillows 2107169 NitriVer 3 Nitrite reagent powder pillows, pack of 100
$38.75
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What is the shelf life of the Hach NitriVer 3 Nitrite Reagent Powder Pillows?
The expiration date for the Hach NitriVer 3 Nitrite Reagent powder pillows will depend on their lot number and if they have been opened. It is also dependent on storage conditions and the shelf life may be limited once the reagent has been opened and exposed to air. If you are inquiring about a kit you already own, you can check the lot number on the reagent with Hach directly by entering it into the Reagent Expiration Date Lookup under the Tools category here: http://www.hach.com/support . The lot number should be printed on the reagent packets.

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