910001

Thermo Orion pH Electrode Storage Solution

Thermo Orion pH Electrode Storage Solution

Description

Thermo Scientific offers Orion pH electrode storage solutions to maximize the life of your pH electrode.

Features

  • For use with silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) pH electrodes
  • Select from 60mL, 475mL, and 20L containers
  • Maximizes the life of your Orion pH electrode
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$57.00
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$48.45
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Thermo Scientific offers Orion pH electrode storage solutions to maximize the life of your pH electrode.
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Thermo Orion pH Electrode Storage Solution 910001 Orion pH electrode storage solution, (1) 475mL bottle
$48.45
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Thermo Orion pH Electrode Storage Solution 910060 Orion pH electrode storage solution, (5) 60mL bottles
$50.75
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Thermo Orion pH Electrode Storage Solution 9100CB Orion pH electrode storage solution, (1) 20L cubitainer
$128.35
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