Ammonia Kit For Chemetrics V-2000
Low-level ammonia nitrogen may be naturally present in water as a result of the biological decay of plant and animal matter. Higher concentrations in surface waters can indicate contamination from waste treatment facilities, raw sewage, industrial effluents (particularly from petroleum refineries), or fertilizer runoff. Excessive ammonia concentrations are toxic to aquatic life.
The Direct Nesslerization Method
The test kits employing the well-established Nessler reagent* to determine ammonia concentrations are applicable to drinking water, clean...Catalog No.: W1702-3 | W1702-5 |