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MP Biomedicals AIN-93G Mineral Mix

Powdered

$95.18 - $1,777.56

Specifications

Components Calcium Carbonate 35.7%, Monopotassium Phosphate 19.6%, Potassium Citrate Monohydrate 7.078%, Sodium Chloride 7.4%, Potassium Sulfate 4.66%, Magnesium Oxide 2.4%, Ferric Citrate 0.606%, Zinc Carbonate 0.165%, Manganese Carbonate 0.063%, Copper Carbonate 0.03%, Potassium Iodate 0.001%, Sodium Selenate, Anhydrous 0.00103%, Ammonium Molybdate.4H2O 0.000795%, Sodium Metasilicate.9H2O 0.145%, Chromium Potassium Sulfate.12H2O 0.0275%, Lithium Chloride 0.00174%, Boric Acid 0.008145%, Sodium Fluoride 0.00635%, Nickel Carbonate 0.00318%, Ammonium Vanadate 0.00066%, Powdered Sugar 22.1%
Product Type AIN-93G Mineral mix
Format Powder
For Use With (Application) Growth, pregnancy and lactational phases of Rodents
Species Rodent
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ICN96040002 MP Biomedicals
96040002
2000g Each for $95.18
ICN96040050 MP Biomedicals
96040050
50000g Each for $1,777.56
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10000g Each for $412.10
Specifications

Description

For growth, pregnancy and lactational phases of rodents

Description & Specifications

Specifications

Calcium Carbonate 35.7%, Monopotassium Phosphate 19.6%, Potassium Citrate Monohydrate 7.078%, Sodium Chloride 7.4%, Potassium Sulfate 4.66%, Magnesium Oxide 2.4%, Ferric Citrate 0.606%, Zinc Carbonate 0.165%, Manganese Carbonate 0.063%, Copper Carbonate 0.03%, Potassium Iodate 0.001%, Sodium Selenate, Anhydrous 0.00103%, Ammonium Molybdate.4H2O 0.000795%, Sodium Metasilicate.9H2O 0.145%, Chromium Potassium Sulfate.12H2O 0.0275%, Lithium Chloride 0.00174%, Boric Acid 0.008145%, Sodium Fluoride 0.00635%, Nickel Carbonate 0.00318%, Ammonium Vanadate 0.00066%, Powdered Sugar 22.1%
Powder
Rodent
AIN-93G Mineral mix
Growth, pregnancy and lactational phases of Rodents
15 to 30°C