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Ammonium Cell Test

photometric, 0.5-16.0 mg/L (NH4-N), 0.6-20.6 mg/L (NH4+), Spectroquant®

Quality Level

product line

Spectroquant®

specific analyte(s)

ammonium

measuring range

0.5-16.0 mg/L (NH4-N)
0.6-20.6 mg/L (NH4+)

technique(s)

photometry: suitable

compatibility

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

detection method

photometric

storage temp.

15-25°C

General description

Method: Photometric, 0.5 - 16.0 mg/L (NH4-N), 0.6 - 20.6 mg/L (NH4+), Spectroquant®

The method is analogous to EPA 350.1, APHA 4500-NH3 F, ISO 7150-1, and DIN 38406-5.

USEPA approved for drinking water and wastewater.

The Spectroquant® Ammonium Cell Test allows the cyanide-free quantification of ammonium in wastewater, groundwater, surface water, and seawater. Typically, ammonium enters water sources as runoff from fertilized agricultural areas and enhanced levels are important indicators for faecal pollution.

Further fields of applications are the analysis of foods & beverages and of environmental and agricultural samples (e.g. soil).

The Spectroquant® Cell Tests come with prefilled 16 mm round cells and all the required reagents to perform the analysis according to the instruction leaflet provided.

All Spectroquant® Cell and Reagent Tests are equipped with the unique Live ID which allows seamless method recognition and contains essential information such as lot number, expiry date, and automatic calibration updates.

Legal Information

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

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Signal Word

Warning

Hazard Statements

Hazard Classifications

Acute Tox. 4 Oral - Aquatic Chronic 2

Storage Class Code

10 - Combustible liquids

WGK

WGK 3

Certificate of Analysis

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Certificate of Quality

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Articles

Analytical Method: Urea in Water and Wastewater, Enzymatic Determination

Urea in water and wastewater, enzymatic determination - Photometric determination using the indophenol blue method after cleavage of the urea

Protocols

Ammonium in Soils

In a glass bottle mix 50 g of naturally moist sample, free from coarse stones, with 100 ml of the calcium chloride solution 0.025 mol/l.

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