Thermo Orion Half-Cell Nitrate Electrode

Orion nitrate plastic membrane half-cell electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable (requires 900200 reference electrode)

Features

  • Plastic membrane half-cell
  • Requires 900200 reference electrode
  • Measurement range 7 x 10-6 to 1.0 M 0.1 to 14,000 ppm as N
List Price $920.00
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Thermo Orion Half-Cell Nitrate Electrode9307BNWP Orion nitrate plastic membrane half-cell electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
$828.00
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Thermo Orion Reference Electrode 900200 Orion double junction Sure-Flow reference half-cell electrode with epoxy body, refillable, pin tip connection, 1m cable
$252.90
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Thermo Orion Double Junction Reference Electrode Inner Fill Solution 900002 Orion double junction reference electrode inner fill solution, (5) 60mL bottles
$94.50
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Thermo Orion Optimum Results F Electrode Fill Solution 900046 Orion Optimum Results F electrode fill solution, 5 x 60 mL
$100.80
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Thermo Orion Nitrate Standard 920706 Orion nitrate standard, 0.1 M NaNO3, 475 mL
$84.51
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Thermo Orion Nitrate Standard 920707 Orion nitrate standard, 1000 ppm as N, 475 mL
$86.04
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Thermo Orion Nitrate Standard 930707 Orion nitrate standard, 100 ppm as N, 475 mL
$83.79
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Thermo Orion ISA Reagent 930711 Orion nitrate ISA, 475 mL
$84.96
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Thermo Orion ISE Reagent 930710 Orion nitrate interference suppressor solution, 475 mL
$85.86
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Thermo Orion Half-Cell Nitrate Sensing Module 930702 Orion nitrate plastic membrane half-cell sensing module
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Thermo Orion Half-Cell Nitrate Sensing Module 930701 Orion nitrate plastic membrane half-cell sensing module, pack of 3
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