Phosphorus as an element makes up about 0.1% of the elements in the earth’s crust so in terms of abundance, it is minor compared to oxygen, sodium, or aluminum, but in terms of importance to life, it is a critical element. Phosphorus is an important component of ATP (energy), DNA (genes), RNA (protein synthesis), NADP (energy transfer), phospholipids (cell membrane), and many more.
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Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is a common test usually performed on influent or effluent water samples.READ MORE
There are two (2) types of ICPs, and optical emission and a mass detection. The difference between the two (2) is how the element level is measured.READ MORE
Analyzing your water for domestic suitability at Midwest Laboratories will provide information about your water's hardness, fluoride levels, pH levels, and possible bacteria contamination.READ MORE