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Copper Test

photometric, 0.02-6.00 mg/L (Cu), Spectroquant®

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Quality Level


sufficient for 250 tests

specific analyte(s)


measuring range

0.02-6.00 mg/L (Cu)


photometry: suitable


for use with Spectroquant® Move 100
for use with Spectroquant® Nova 60 A
for use with Spectroquant® Prove 100
for use with Spectroquant® Prove 300
for use with Spectroquant® Prove 600

detection method

photometric (Cuprizone)

storage temp.


General description

Method: photometric 0.02 - 6.00 mg/l Cu Spectroquant®
This Spectroquant® Copper Reagent Test allows the accurate quantification of the copper content in aqueous samples.
Method applied: In an ammoniacal medium copper(II) ions react with cuprizone to form a blue complex which is determined photometrically.
This test measures only copper(II) ions. Samples must be decomposed by digestion before undissolved or complex-bound copper can be measured. In the presence of hydrogen peroxide copper(I) ions are measured as well.
The Spectroquant® Reagent Test Kits contain highly stable, ready-to-use reagent mixtures to perform the analysis according to the procedure described in the accompanying instruction leaflet.
All our Cell and Reagent Test Kits are equipped with the unique Live ID (2D barcode) which allows seamless method recognition and contains essential information such as lot number, expiry date, and automatic calibration updates.


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Legal Information

SPECTROQUANT is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Storage Class Code

12 - Non Combustible Liquids



Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

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