MACHEREY-NAGEL Test paper Potassium iodate starch from MN

Item number: MANA_40068

EAN: 4064343165266

Category: MACHEREY-NAGEL

Manufacturer: MACHEREY-NAGEL

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MACHEREY-NAGEL Test papers for qualitative determinations/ Potassium iodate starch from MN
Qualitative determination of ions and chemical compounds

With the aid of test papers for qualitative determinations, the presence of Ion and chemical compounds can be asserted with low effort.
A color change is effected, if the concentration of the researched substance is situated above the specific detection limit.

Applications
Criminal investigations: Peroxtesmo KM, Phosphatesmo KM
Milk analysis: Peroxtesmo MI, Phosphatesmo MI
Water test: Watesmo, Wator
Oil determination: Oil test paper


MACHEREY-NAGEL Test paper Potassium iodate starch from MN
Quick and easy determination of nitrite and free chlorine

This test paper allows the quick and easy detection of strong oxidizers such as nitrite and free chlorine. Potassium iodide starch paper is also used to control diazotization reactions. Nitrite or free chlorine oxidize potassium iodide to form elemental iodine which reacts with starch to a blue-violet complex. Potassium iodide starch paper may be used by dipping it into the sample or by applying drops of the sample onto the paper. To detect gaseous oxidizers, the paper is moistened with distilled water and then exposed to the gas in question.

MN offers three different versions of potassium iodide starch paper:
816 N, Reel of 5 m (16' 5") length und 7 mm (0.3 in) width
816 N, Booklet with 100 strips 10 x 70 mm
616 T, Pack of 200 strips 20 x 70 mm (0.8 x 2.8 in)

Modell: MN 616 TMN 816 N
Rapid tests: nitrite, nitratechlorine, chloridetest refill
Shipping weight: 1,00 Kg
Product weight: 0,10 Kg
Colour reaction: white to blue-violet
Limit of sensitivity : 1 mg/l NO2- / 1 mg/l free Cl2