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HI-4000-00 ISA Solution for Halide Electrodes

HI-4000-00 ISA Solution for Halide Electrodes

HI-4000-00 ISA Solution for Halide Electrodes

HI-4000-00 ISA Solution for Halide Electrodes

Required for halide ISE measurements
In Stock
£86.90 (exc. VAT) £104.28 (inc. VAT)

Hanna Ionic strength adjusters (ISA) are formulated to provide constant ionic strength in samples and standards allowing concentration rather than activity measurements to be made. In some cases, ISAs adjust pH and eliminate matrix effects.

Solutions are available in a variety of sizes. Check whether the solution you require is available in 1 gallon, 500ml, or 230ml bottles, or individual 20ml sachets.

HI-4000-00 ISA Solution for Halide Electrodes information

Hanna's extended description

HI-4000-00 is an ionic strength adjuster (ISA) solution for use with bromide, cadmium, chloride, cupric, iodide, and silver/sulphide ion selective electrodes (ISEs). Hanna ISA solutions are formulated to fix the ionic strength of a sample and standards so that they are both constant. Without addition of ISA, an ion selective electrode would measure ion activity; addition of ISA stabilises the ionic strength and permits measurements as ion concentration. With some ISEs, the ISA solution is also used to adjust the solution’s pH or to remove any potential interference from competing ions that are present.


Specifications list


Package bottles
Size 500ml
Quantity 1
Certificate of Analysis No

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