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1.71200 Supelco

Thermoreactor

12 holes, 7 preinstalled programmes: 148 °C (20, 120 min), 150 °C (120 min), 120 °C (30, 60, 120 min), 100 °C (60 min) TR 320 Spectroquant®

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packaging   1 PC in Fibre carton (1712000002)
  1 unit in Fibre carton (1712000001)
storage conditions   Store at +5°C to +30°C.

Description

General description

The Spectroquant Thermoreactor TR 320 is designed for the digestion up to 12 samples simultaneously. Precisely controlled thermal digestion is a key sample preparation step during the determination of COD, TOC, total contents of cadmium, chromium, cyanide, iron, lead, nickel, nitrogen, phosphorus, silver, or zinc using our high quality Spectroquant Test Kits.

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Protocols & Articles

Articles

Analytical Method – Cobalt in Wastewater from Coating Resins and Coating Materials

Cobalt and cobalt compounds can occur in the wastewater during the production of “aqueous dispersion paints, resin-bound plasters, and water-dilutable coatings, paint resins, and solvent-based coatin...
Keywords: Absorption, Digestions, Indicators, Inductively coupled plasma, Mass spectrometry, PAGE, Sample preparations

Analytical Method – Cobalt in Wastewater from Inorganic Pigments

Cobalt and cobalt compounds can occur in the wastewater during the production of “inorganic pigments, e.g. mixed-phase pigments, pigment mixtures and frits”1.
Keywords: Absorption, Digestions, Indicators, Inductively coupled plasma, Mass spectrometry, PAGE, Sample preparations

Analytical Method – Cobalt in Wastewater from Printing Plates, Print Materials, and Graphic Products

Cobalt and cobalt compounds can occur in the wastewater during the production of printing plates, print materials, and graphic products, including the offset-printing and sieve-printing sectors.1
Keywords: Absorption, Digestions, Indicators, Inductively coupled plasma, Mass spectrometry, PAGE, Sample preparations

Analytical Method – Cobalt in Wastewater from Production of Ceramics

Cobalt and cobalt compounds can occur in the wastewater during the production of ceramics. If piezo ceramics, dish products and sanitary ceramics are produced, the wastewater can be discharged if a d...
Keywords: Absorption, Ceramics, Digestions, Indicators, Inductively coupled plasma, Mass spectrometry, PAGE, Sample preparations

Analytical Method – Cobalt in Wastewater from metal-processing and metal-working Processes

Cobalt and cobalt compounds can occur in the wastewater during “metal-processing and metal-working processes, including anodic oxidation plants and the manufacture of circuit boards”1
Keywords: Absorption, Digestions, Indicators, Inductively coupled plasma, Mass spectrometry, Oxidations, Sample preparations

Analytical Method – Cobalt in wastewater from the production and casting of non-ferrous metals

Cobalt and cobalt compounds can occur in the wastewater during the production and casting of the “non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc, aluminum and their related by-products as well as in the manuf...
Keywords: Absorption, Digestions, Indicators, Inductively coupled plasma, Mass spectrometry, PAGE, Sample preparations

Analytical Method: Heavy metals in textiles

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Keywords: Digestions, Indicators

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