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Mercury Standard For ICP, 1000μg/mL in 10% HNO3, Assurance Grade, SPEX CertiPrep™


ISO/IEC Guide 34 Certified, NIST-Traceable Certified Reference Material

Quantity 125mL
Packaging Triple-leached LDPE bottle

Manufacturer: spex certiprep llc  PLHG42Y

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NIST Traceable Certificate of Analysis accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO/IEC Guide 34, Safety Data Sheet

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Product intended for laboratory use only

Catalog No. PLHG4-2Y

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Description & Specifications

Chemical Identifiers

For Use With (Equipment) AA, ICP, ICP/MS, IC, XRF, and other analytical instrumentation
Packaging Triple-leached LDPE bottle
Recommended Storage Ambient
Solvent or Matrix 10% HNO3
Quantity 125mL
Health Hazard 1 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage May damage fertility or the unborn child. May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
Concentration or Composition Notes Up to 68 elements are scanned with found values for ICP and ICP-MS standards. The found value of the trace metallic impurities is reported on the Certificate of Analysis.
DOT Information Hazardous
Purity Grade Assurance Grade
Certificate of Analysis Assurance Certificate of Analysis reports up to 30 elements at ppb levels.
CAS Max % 94.99
CAS 7439-97-6
CAS Min % 0.0
CAS Max % 0.0
CAS 7697-37-2
CAS Min % 5.0
CAS 7732-18-5
Chemical Name or Material Mercury Standard
CAS Max % 5.0
CAS Min % 94.99

Specifications

Chemical Name or Material Mercury Standard
For Use With (Equipment) AA, ICP, ICP/MS, IC, XRF, and other analytical instrumentation

Inorganic Standard manufactured for AA, ICP, ICP/MS, IC, XRF, and other analytical instrumentation

AnalyteConcentration
Hg1000μg/mL

Certifications

Accredited by A2LA for ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO/IEC Guide 34 and certified by UL-DQS to ISO 9001

GHS/OSHA Complaint

Accessories

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage May damage fertility or the unborn child. May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

Ambient