Ethanol, 1,000 µg/mL

Ethanol Analytical Standard for Wine, 1,000 µg/mL (1,000 ppm), CAS #64-17-5 in Methanol-P&T, 1 mL


PART #: S-1885

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Part # :S-1885

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Matrix :Methanol-P&T

Volume : 1 mL

Concentration :1,000 µg/mL

Units/Pack :1

Expiration : 1095 Days / 36 Months

Storage Condition :Ambient

CAS Number :64-17-5

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Component Concentration Matrix CAS#
Ethanol 1,000 μg/mL Methanol-P&T 64-17-5
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