Boron Standard For ICP, 1000μg/mL in H2O, SPEX CertiPrep™

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

Overview
Brand: SPEX Certiprep

Manufacturer Part Number: PLB92Y

UNSPSC: 41116107

Code: 04

Additional Details:
Additional Details: CAS Number: 12228-87-4 Weight: 0.13000kg


Packaging Triple-leached LDPE bottle
Quantity 125mL

Disclaimers: Product intended for laboratory use only
Includes: NIST Traceable Certificate of Analysis accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO/IEC Guide 34, Safety Data Sheet

Product Code. 11458629

Quantity Price
1 £ 38.0 / 125mL
Estimated Shipment
22-03-2017
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Description and Specification

Chemical Identifiers

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

Specification

Quantity 125mL
Health Hazard 1 Causes skin irritation, serious eye irritation. May cause cancer. Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child.
For Use With (Equipment) AA, ICP, ICP/MS, IC, XRF, and other analytical instrumentation
Packaging Triple-leached LDPE bottle
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.
Recommended Storage Ambient
DOT Information Nonhazardous
Solvent or Matrix H2O
CAS Min % 0.1
CAS 7440-42-8
Concentration or Composition (by Analyte or Components) Matrix    Concentration    Cat. No.
H2O    1000μg/mL    PLB9-2Y, -2T, -2X    10,000    PLB9-3Y, -3X
Purity Grade Assurance Grade
CAS Min % 99.9
CAS Max % 0.1
Certificate of Analysis Assurance Certificate of Analysis reports up to 30 elements at ppb levels.
Chemical Name or Material Boron Standard
CAS Max % 99.9
CAS 7732-18-5

AnalyteConcentration
B1000μg/mL

Compliance: GHS/OSHA Complaint

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

Documentation Safety and Handling

Causes skin irritation, serious eye irritation. May cause cancer. Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child.

Ambient