Photometric Probes

Photometric probes used for colorimetric determination when titrating with a color indicator

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  1. HI900604 photometric electrode for colorimetric titrations

     

    For many titrations, a potentiometric determination of the equivalence point is simply not possible. However, manually performing complexometric titrations can be inaccurate due to ambiguous color changes and when using non-aqueous or semi-opaque liquids, such as lubricating oils. In these cases, the use of a photometric probe for the optical determination of an endpoint during volumetric analysis is preferred. Hanna Instruments introduces HI900604 photometric electrode for when a color change is still the best solution.

     

      • High color sensitivity in a compact design

     

      • Chemically resistant glass-body construction

     

    • Stable blue LED (470 nm) light source with low drift
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  2. HI900601 photometric electrode for colorimetric titrations

     

    For many titrations, a potentiometric determination of the equivalence point is simply not possible. However, manually performing complexometric titrations can be inaccurate due to ambiguous color changes and when using non-aqueous or semi-opaque liquids, such as lubricating oils. In these cases, the use of a photometric probe for the optical determination of an endpoint during volumetric analysis is preferred. Hanna Instruments introduces HI900601 photometric electrode for when a color change is still the best solution.

     

      • High color sensitivity in a compact design

     

      • Chemically resistant glass-body construction

     

    • Stable green LED (525 nm) light source with low drift
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  3. HI900603 photometric electrode for colorimetric titrations

     

    For many titrations, a potentiometric determination of the equivalence point is simply not possible. However, manually performing complexometric titrations can be inaccurate due to ambiguous color changes and when using non-aqueous or semi-opaque liquids, such as lubricating oils. In these cases, the use of a photometric probe for the optical determination of an endpoint during volumetric analysis is preferred. Hanna Instruments introduces HI900603 photometric electrode for when a color change is still the best solution.

     

      • High color sensitivity in a compact design

     

      • Chemically resistant glass-body construction

     

    • Stable yellow LED (590 nm) light source with low drift
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  4. HI900602 photometric electrode for colorimetric titrations

     

    For many titrations, a potentiometric determination of the equivalence point is simply not possible. However, manually performing complexometric titrations can be inaccurate due to ambiguous color changes and when using non-aqueous or semi-opaque liquids, such as lubricating oils. In these cases, the use of a photometric probe for the optical determination of an endpoint during volumetric analysis is preferred. Hanna Instruments introduces HI900602 photometric electrode for when a color change is still the best solution.

     

      • High color sensitivity in a compact design

     

      • Chemically resistant glass-body construction

     

    • Stable red LED (625 nm) light source with low drift
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