2354153

Hach Nitrogen-Ammonia Standard Solution

Hach Nitrogen-Ammonia Standard Solution

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Nitrogen-Ammonia standard solution, 1000 mg/L N, 1L

Features

  • For accuracy checks in Nitrogen-Ammonia determinations
  • 1000 mg/L as NH₃-N
  • NIST Traceable
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