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尿素氮溶液标准物质

产品编号 U119692 | CAS号 57-13-6 | 阿拉丁
Urea Standard Solution (calculated as N)
1000.0 mg/L,基体:纯水
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U119692-20ml 1000.0 mg/L,基体:纯水 上海(3)
北方(预计3-5个工作日)
 
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密度 1.3200
熔点 132.7°C

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别名 尿素氮标液;Urea Standard Solution (calculated as N); Carbamide; Carbonyldiamide
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