Hach Carbon Dioxide Reagent Set

The Hach carbon dioxide reagent set is designed to determine carbon dioxide by Digital Titrator titration.

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  • Range: 10-1000 mg/L CO2
  • Approximately 40-100 tests
  • Phenolphthalein pillows and two cartridges
$94.49
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The Hach carbon dioxide reagent set is designed to determine carbon dioxide by Digital Titrator titration. Acidity due to carbon dioxide in a sample is titrated with sodium hydroxide to a phenolphthalein endpoint. Strong acids are assumed to be absent or of insignificant concentration.

  • Range: 10 - 1,000 mg/L as CO2
  • (100) Phenolphthalein powder pillows
  • (1) Sodium hydroxide titration cartridge, 0.3636 N
  • (1) Sodium hydroxide titration cartridge, 3.636 N
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