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  • Absorbance checking standard kit for the DR series of Hach instruments

  • Calibrated rare earth oxide doped sintered PTFE polymer disc 8 mm thick x 58 mm diameter within a sealable container suitable for NIR abscissa standardization. Standard suitable for 60 mm NIRA II spinner.

  • Calibrated rare earth oxide doped sintered PTFE polymer disc 8 mm thick x 58 mm diameter within a sealable container suitable for NIR abscissa standardization. Standard suitable for 60 mm NIRA II spinner.

  • …While they are single-ply kitchen paper, they feature fast-drying Absorbency Pockets which soak up water fast, so users need fewer towels to dry their hands and wipe up spills. The Scott® kitchen roll fits easily into standard roll towel dispensers – such as a countertop towel holder or…

  • for the absorbance at 430 nm according to Ph Eur Certipur® Qty/Pack: 8x10ml Packing: Fibre case  

  • The Accuris SmartReader™ 96 is a welcome addition to any lab that is routinely measuring concentration or absorbance in 96 well plates. The instrument’s 7 inch touch screen, intuitive software and graphical interface makes it easy to use as a standalone instrument (a separate computer…

  • …assay definitions in memory (up to 75 custom assays). It will save 8 microplate test results and store up to 25 standard curves for reuse. Wavelength range is 400-750 nm. Absorbance range is 0.000 to 3.000 OD. Unit offers five-filter capacity with 405-, 450-, 490- and 630 nm filters supplied. …

  • …without absorbing a drop of water. Ideal for use on land, but also floats to clean up oil-based liquids on water. Attached string conveniently allows socks to be tied down, tied together or dipped in non-corrosive wash baths. Skin is UV resistant up to 12 months; meets NFPA 99 standards for…

  • …high-performance absorbent Stays together, even when picking up or shifting a fully saturated mat Contains 75% recycled fibers; ideal in situations where green products are desired or required Fire retardant for added safety; flame-tested in accordance with ASTM Standard E84-08 Absorbs

  • The Standard Solution is used to verify the absorbance accuracy of the NanoPhotometer® NP80/N60/N50 NanoVolume options.

  • Stable, pre-mixed solutions Ideal for verification and documentation For generating your own standard calibration curves when used with colorimeter reagent kits. Simply plot the results (in absorbance or % transmittance) verses concentration. The resulting curve can then be used to determine…

  • Standard use applications. Absorbs oil from water or land while repelling water Float on water to absorb oil spills. Dimple bonded for strength. Vertically perforated for a customized fit. Standard oil-only sorbents are white in color, which creates a high-contrast when used with…

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.368.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.072.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #3

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.079.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #7

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.230.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 2.917.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #4

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.131.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.508.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #6

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.201.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #8

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.253.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.767.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.754.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.566.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #2

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.060.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #1

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.039.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.034.

  • NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the visible spectrophotometer. Full visible scan reported with a typical absorbance at 600 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.212.

  • In-Spec® UV Standard #5

    GFS Chemicals

    NIST Traceable, non-toxic reference material for the UV spectrophotometer. Full UV scan reported with a typical absorbance at 300 nm in 10 mm pathlength being approximately 0.155.

  •  These universal pads are designed for standard-use applications. Universal sorbents absorb oils, coolants, solvents, water and so much more Standard pads offer great wicking and overall performance. The dimple bond pattern increases the physical strength of the polypropylene in every…

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