Thermo Orion ROSS Half-Cell Sodium Electrode

Orion sodium ROSS half-cell electrode, BNC connector, 1m cable (requires 800300 or 800500U reference electrode)

Features

  • Unique redox internal system
  • Faster response and greater stability and accuracy than conventional sodium electrodes
  • For sodium measurements in aqueous solutions
List Price $524.00
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Thermo Orion ROSS Sodium Electrode8411BN Orion sodium ROSS half-cell electrode, BNC connector, 1m cable (requires 800300 or 800500U reference electrode)
$471.60
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Thermo Orion ROSS Ultra pH Electrode 800500U Orion ROSS Ultra reference half-cell electrode with glass body, refillable, pin tip connector, 1m cable
$315.00
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Thermo Orion Sodium Electrode Fill Solution 900010 Orion sodium electrode fill solution, 5 x 60 mL
$119.70
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Thermo Orion Sodium Electrode Fill Solution 900012 Orion sodium electrode fill solution (for low sodium levels), 5 x 60 mL
$122.40
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Thermo Orion Sodium Standard 941105 Orion sodium standard, 10 ppm as Na, 475 mL
$70.83
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Thermo Orion Sodium Standard 941107 Orion sodium standard, 100 ppm as Na, 475 mL
$70.83
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Thermo Orion Sodium Standard 841108 Orion sodium standard, 1000 ppm as Na, 475 mL
$70.83
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Thermo Orion Sodium Kap Analysis Standard 650700 Orion sodium kap analysis standard with ISA, 1 M NaCl
$119.70
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Thermo Orion Chloride Standard 941706 Orion chloride standard, 0.1 M NaCl, 475 mL
$98.10
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Thermo Orion Sodium ISA 841111 Orion sodium ISA solution, 475 mL
$59.94
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Thermo Orion ISE Reagent 841113 Orion sodium reconditioning solution, 475 mL
$95.40
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The Thermo Orion ROSS half-cell sodium electrode measures sodium in aqueous solution quickly, accurately, and economically. Unique redox internal system with ROSS electrode provides faster  response, greater stability and accuracy than conventional sodium electrodes.

  • (1) ROSS Sure-Flow sodium half-cell ISE
  • (1) ROSS sodium electrode filling solution, 50mL (900010) 
  • (1) Sodium ionic strength adjustor (ISA), 475mL (841111)
  • (1) Sodium known addition standard, 475mL (841109)
  • (1) 1000 ppm sodium standard with ISA, 475mL (841109)
  • (1) 1000 ppm sodium standard, 475mL (841108)
  • (1) Sodium reconditioning solution, 475mL (841113)
  • (1) Sodium electrode storage solution, 475mL (841101)
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