Turner Designs PTSA

The Turner Designs PTSA can be used with the crude oil, CDOM and optical brighteners sensors.

Features

  • Includes two 500mL bottles
  • 1,3,6,8-pyrene tetrasulfonic acid tetrasodium salt
  • For use with crude oil, CDOM and optical brighteners optics
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Turner Designs PTSA10-608 PTSA 100ppb, 1 Liter
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Turner Designs PTSA 10-607 PTSA 300ppb, 1 Liter
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Turner Designs PTSA 10-609 PTSA 400ppb, 1 Liter
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PTSA 100ppb, 1 Liter
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Turner Designs PTSA
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PTSA 300ppb, 1 Liter
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PTSA 400ppb, 1 Liter
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors 2110-000-U Cyclops-7F colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) sensor, stainless steel housing
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors 2110-000-O Cyclops-7F crude oil sensor, stainless steel housing
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Turner Designs DataBank Handheld Data Logger 2900-199 DataBank handheld data logger (cable/sensor sold separately)
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors 2110-000-B Cyclops-7F optical brighteners sensor, stainless steel housing
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors
2110-000-U
Cyclops-7F colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) sensor, stainless steel housing
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors
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Cyclops-7F crude oil sensor, stainless steel housing
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DataBank handheld data logger (cable/sensor sold separately)
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7F Submersible Sensors
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Cyclops-7F optical brighteners sensor, stainless steel housing
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