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The procedure for determining sulfate is a modification of the barium sulfate turbidimetric method. Sulfate is precipitated as barium sulfate by reaction with barium chloride in acidic medium. The turbidity is proportional to the concentration of sulfate: (SO4)2- + (Ba)2+ -> BaSO4. Kit comes with 100 packets sulfate reagent A, 53 g sulfate reagent B, 10mL complexing agent, 50mL glass test tube, 50mL plastic vessel, 3mL plastic pipette and spoon. Method: turbidimetric. Range: 20-100 milligrams per liter. Smallest increment: 5 milligrams per liter. Chemical method: barium chloride. Number of tests: 100.
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