2106169

Hach NitraVer 5 Nitrate Powder Pillows

Hach NitraVer 5 Nitrate Powder Pillows

Description

For determination of MR and HR nitrate by the NitraVer 5 cadmium reduction method.

Features

  • Hach methods 8039 and 8171
  • Sample Size: 10 mL
  • Range: 0.1 to 10.0 or 0.3 to 30.0 mg/L as nitrate-N
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