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Thermo Orion Pure Water pH Buffers

Thermo Orion Pure Water pH Buffers

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Thermo Orion Pure Water pH buffers provide fast, accurate pH results in high purity and low ionic strength waters.

Features

  • Special low ionic strength buffers for calibration and pHISA adjustor additive
  • Ideal for well water, rain water, distilled/deionized water, boiler feed water and process water samples
  • Increase sample ionic strength without changing its pH
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Thermo Pure Water pH Buffers provide fast, accurate pH results in high purity and low ionic strength waters. Recommended for samples such as well water, rain water, distilled/deionized water, boiler feed water and process water. Special low ionic strength buffers are used for calibration, while the pHISA adjustor additive increases sample ionic strength without changing its pH.
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Thermo Orion Pure Water pH Buffers 700402 Orion Pure Water pH 4.10 buffer B for low ionic strength pH samples, (4) 475mL bottles
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Thermo Orion Pure Water pH Buffers 700702 Orion Pure Water pH 6.97 buffer A for low ionic strength pH samples, (4) 475mL bottles
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Thermo Orion Pure Water pH Buffers 700902 Orion Pure Water pH 9.15 buffer C for low ionic strength pH samples, (4) 475mL bottles
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Thermo Orion Pure Water pH Buffers 700003 Orion Pure Water pHISA low ionic strength adjuster, (5) 60mL bottles
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