Palladium nitrate & Magnesium nitrate matrix modifier solution
Boiling point (bp) 100 °C
Melting point (mp) 0 °C
ADR 8 III
excl. VAT. | 50 ml per Pack Qty.
Art. No. 5139.1
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Palladium nitrate & Magnesium nitrate matrix modifier solution 2 g/l Pd(NO3)2 (99,999 %) and 10 g/l Mg(NO3)2 (99,999 %) in 1 % HNO3
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Carl ROTH has an extensive range of products which meets the highest standards of quality in the field of element standards and ion standards. The solutions and mixtures are made using materials of the highest purity, and therefore meet the requirements for instrumental analysis by AAS and ICP. All solutions are certified and can be traced to NIST standard reference materials. Solutions are produced according to ISO 17034 in an accredited environment. The solutions are tested in a laboratory accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 and supplied with a detailed, batch-specific certificate of analysis.
Matrix modifier solutions by Carl ROTH are made from high purity starting materials (≥99,999 %) and delivered with a detailed batch specific certificate of analysis. The solutions can be used either diluted or as mixtures, and are suitable for eliminating matrix effects in graphite furnace AAS.Properties:
- Up to 70 measured trace impurities in ppm range and lower
- Guaranteed accuracy: ±1 %
- Container size: 50 ml
|c (Pd(NO3)2) in 1 % HNO3||2 g/l ±1 %|
|c (Mg(NO3)2) in 1 % HNO3||10 g/l ±1 %|