Hach Sodium Platinum Series Combination Electrode

Hach sodium platinum series combination electrode with (2) electrolyte cartridges and manual

Features

  • Special doping agents in the glass improve selectivity for sodium ions
  • Improved linearity, response speed, and conditioning time
  • Renewable, free flowing reference junction for fast and accurate sodium measurements
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Hach Sodium Platinum Series Combination Electrode5192500 Sodium platinum series combination electrode with (2) electrolyte cartridges and manual
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Hach Ammonium Chloride Reference Cartridge 2595802 Ammonium chloride reference electrolyte gel cartridges, 2 pack
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Hach Sodium Standard Solution 2318153 Sodium standard solution (NIST), 100 mg/L Na, 1000mL
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Hach Sodium Standard Solution 1474949 Sodium standard solution (NIST), 1000 mg/L Na, 500mL
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Hach Sodium/Potassium ISA Powder Pillows 4451569 Sodium/Potassium ISA powder pillows, 25mL, pack of 100
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Hach Sodium Chloride 18201H Sodium chloride, ACS grade, 454 g
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The Hach Sodium Platinum Series Combination Electrode is a reliable electrode designed for general purpose sodium measurement in all kinds of sample. Its renewable, free flowing reference junction provides fast and accurate sodium measurements. Diluted electrolyte and contaminants are removed from the junction after each pump to ensure stable, reproducible reference potentials.

The electrode uses an improved sodium-selective glass membrane containing an inner filling solution with a constant sodium ion concentration and glycerol as an antifreeze agent. The glass is a LAS (lithium aluminosilicate) glass. Special doping agents in the glass improve selectivity for sodium ions. A potential develops across the membrane that is proportional to the sodium concentration in the standard or sample.

  • Range: 0.010 mg/L Na+ to saturated solution
  • pH Range: from 4 to 14
  • Slope: 58 +/-3 mV at 25 C
  • Linear Region: 1 mg/L to saturation
  • Temp Range: 10 to 30 C (routine use), 10 to 50 C (occasional use), -40 to 50 C (storage)
  • Response Time: Below 1.0 mg/L, 5-10 minutes; above 1.0 mg/L, 1-2 minutes
  • Minimum Sample Volume: 25 mL
  • Electrode Resistance: Less than 1400 Mohms at 30 C (new)
  • Tip Diameter: 12 mm
  • Tip Length: 115 mm
  • Total Length: 240 mm with dispenser
  • Cable Length: 1.0 m (36 in.)
  • Cable Connector: BNC
  • (1) Hach sodium platinum series combination electrode
  • (2) Electrolyte cartridges
  • (1) Operations manual
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