Hach Dissolved Oxygen Reagent Set

Hach dissolved oxygen reagent set, modified Winkler method, 1 - greater than 10 mg/L, 50 tests

Features

  • Winkler (Azide Modification) method
  • 1 to greater than 10 mg/L
  • Powder pillows, indicator solution, and titration cartridge
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Hach Dissolved Oxygen Reagent Set2272200 Dissolved oxygen reagent set, modified Winkler method, 1 - greater than 10 mg/L, 50 tests
$103.00
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Hach Dissolved Oxygen Reagent Set
2272200
Dissolved oxygen reagent set, modified Winkler method, 1 - greater than 10 mg/L, 50 tests
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$103.00
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With the Hach Dissolved Oxygen Reagent Set, samples are treated with manganous sulfate and alkaline iodideazide reagent to form an orange-brown precipitate. Upon acidification of the sample, this floc reacts with iodide to produce
free iodine as triiodide in proportion to the oxygen concentration. The iodine is titrated with sodium thiosulfate to a colorless end point.
  • Range: 1 - greater than 10 mg/L as DO
  • (50) Alkaline iodide-azide powder pillows
  • (50) Manganous sulfate powder pillows
  • (50) Sulfamic acid powder pillows
  • (1) Sodium thiosulfate titration cartridge, 0.2000 N
  • (1) 100 mL starch indicator solution
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