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Hach NitraVer 5 Nitrate Reagent AccuVac Ampules

Hach NitraVer 5 Nitrate Reagent AccuVac Ampules

Description

NitraVer 5 nitrate reagent AccuVac ampules measure nitrate using the cadmium reduction method.

Features

  • Evacuated ampules draw in correct sample volume
  • Cadmium reduction method
  • Optical quality vials
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$33.35
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Hach's NitraVer 5 nitrate reagent AccuVac ampules provide easy sampling and determination of nitrate nitrogen by the cadmium reduction method. The optical-quality evacuated vials assure precise measurements and stable reagent for accurate results. The ampules eliminate the need for sample or reagent measuring as they draw in the correct sample volume. They can be used as reagent containers and photometric measurement cells for hassle-free sampling.
Notable Specifications:
  • Tests: 25
  • Instrument: All
  • Method: Cadmium Reduction
  • Method Number 2: 8171
  • Parameter: Nitrate
  • Platform: AV
  • Quantity:
  • Range: 0.3 - 30.0 mg/L NO3--N
What's Included:
  • 25 ampules
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Hach NitraVer 5 Nitrate Reagent AccuVac Ampules 2511025 NitraVer 5 nitrate AccuVac ampules, pack of 25
$33.35
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