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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A detection level shows a relationship between levels of analyte and some sort of a response. The response could be no observable response, a maximum response, and the standard curve.READ MORE
Introduction: Confined spaces such as manholes, vaults, pits, tanks, storage bins, hoppers and silos need special consideration.READ MORE
Before sampling, freeze cool pack enclosed in kit. This will allow the sample to remain cool until it reaches the laboratory. Open the cold water faucet and allow the water to run for several minutes. Fill the enclosed bottle(s). If purity (total coliform) is to be checked, please use caution with the sterile plastic bottle. DO NOT rinse this jar and avoid touching any inner surface of the bottle or lid with your fingers.READ MORE