Nitrite and Nitrate as N


The measurement of Nitrite and Nitrate as N in drinking water.

Excess nitrates (NO3) in soil are often found in rural and agricultural areas. The most common sources of nitrate are fertilizer, livestock waste, and septic systems. Nitrates in soil are highly mobile and can be easily transported to groundwater. High nitrate levels in groundwater have been found in some agricultural areas. 

Minimum Volume Required: 250mL
(Please refer to links below for sampling and temperature requirements.)

Nitrite as N
(Units: ppm, Technique: Ion Chromatography - EPA 300.1)

Nitrate as N
(Units: ppm, Technique: Ion Chromatography - EPA 300.1)

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