Singlet Single-use Conductivity Standard Solution, 147 µS/cm
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Singlet standard solutions in individual sealed pouches, color-coded for conductometer calibration. Concentration 147 μS/cm ± 10% at 25 °C. Potassium chloride (KCl). Storage conditions: 10 - 25 °C (protect from light).
Packaging: 20 pieces, 20 ml each.
Calibration solution - Singlet Single-use Conductivity Standard Solution, 147 µS/cm from Hach (2771320).
Application: For drinking water, wastewater.
Summary of method: Electrolytic conductivity is the movement of ions in a solution, which makes an electrical current and is the reciprocal of the solution resistivity. The ions come from inorganic dissolved solids (e.g., chloride, nitrate, sulfate and phosphate anions and sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron and aluminum cations). Organic material such as oils, phenols, alcohols and sugars do not have sufficient conductivity for a good estimate of the concentration.
Conductivity meters measure the resistance that occurs in an area of the solution that is defined by the physical design of the probe. A voltage is applied between the electrodes, and the voltage decrease caused by the resistance of the solution is used to calculate the conductivity for each centimeter. The basic unit of measure for conductivity is the Siemens (or mho), which is the reciprocal of the ohm. Other common units for aqueous solutions are milliSiemens/cm (10–3 S or mS/cm) and microSiemens/cm (10–6 S or μS/cm).
Shelf life: 12 months from production date.
|Application area||Environmental monitoring, Pharmaceuticals, Test kits, Wastewater, Reagents, Food production, Drinking water, Brewing, Treatment facilities, Equipment for water utilities, Oil and gas, Beverages, Meat production, Dairy industry, Medicine, Laboratory analysis, Process control, Package control, Electroplating, Water supply, Veterinary, Scales, Soil analysis, Appearance|
|Type||Conductivity Standard Solution|
|Industry||Ecology, Pulp and paper, Pharmaceutical, Glass, Power generation, Transport, Chemical, Food and Beverage, Municipal|
|Measurement Range||147 μS/cm|