Fondriest Environmental 125 mg/L Rhodamine WT Solution

The 125 mg/L Rhodamine WT Solution is designed for use with EXO and ProDSS Total Algae Sensors to eliminate the first dilution step when preparing calibration standards.

Features

  • Based on 2.5% Rhodamine WT dye
  • For dilution to 0.625 mg/L (CHL & TAL-PC) or 0.025 mg/L (TAL-PE)
  • Supplied in amber glass bottle for optimal preservation
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Fondriest Environmental 125 mg/L Rhodamine WT Solution
FNRH125-P
125 mg/L Rhodamine WT solution, 500mL bottle
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$34.00
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