Hach Nitrogen-Nitrate Reagent Set

Hach Nitrogen-Nitrate Reagent Set


Nitrate low range, 0 to 0.50 ppm, 100 tests


  • For determination of Nitrate Nitrogen by the Cadmium Reduction method
  • Range: 0.01 - 0.50 mg/L NO3-N
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  • Instrument: All except DR/3000, DR/2010, DR/2000, PC II
  • Method: Cadmium Reduction
  • Range: 0.01 - 0.50 mg/L NO3--N
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Hach Nitrogen-Nitrate Reagent Set 2429800 Nitrogen-Nitrate Reagent Set (low range), 0 to 0.50 ppm, pack of 100
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