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H2Blue Hydrogen Test Reagent

H2Blue Hydrogen Test Reagent

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Measure the Concentration of Dissolved Hydrogen Gas in Parts Per Million (ppm - mg/L)
Demonstrate the Presence of Hydrogen Gas (H2, Antioxidants) in Hydrogen Water
Insure that your H2 Device is Operating at Peak Performance by Measuring and Monitoring the Level of Dissolved Hydrogen Gas in the Water Measure Dissolved Hydrogen Gas in Water Produced by a Variety of H2-Water Generating Technologies including: Ionisers, Hydrogen Infusion Machines (HIM's), Tablets, Sticks, Bubblers, Reactor Cartridges, etc Accurately Test H2 Waters in pH Range of 4-11 (recommended for use in 6-9.5 pH range)
Recommended for Testing H2 Drinking Water.

Measuring Dissolved Hydrogen

H2Blue is a reagent designed to detect the presence of dissolved hydrogen gas in water by performing what chemists call a “titration”. In a titration, a substance of known concentration (theH2Blue reagent) is added to a measured volume of water containing an unknown level of dissolved hydrogen gas (H2) . In the presence of dissolved hydrogen gas, the H2Blue molecules bond with the dissolved H2 molecules, causing the blue molecules to turn “clear”. As additional drops are added, the available dissolved hydrogen molecules are “consumed” until there are no more dissolved H2 molecules in the water. This is called the “titration endpoint”. When the endpoint has been reached, additional drops will no longer turn clear and the solution will remain blue. By counting the number of drops of H2Blue required to reach the titration endpoint in a 6 mL sample of water, and then multiplying the number of drops by 0.1, the level of dissolved H2 gas in parts per million (ppm) can be determined. For example, 6 drops x 0.1 = 0.6 ppm of dissolved H2​. (see PPM Page for an explanation of parts per million)

Demonstrating the Presence of Antioxidants

H2Blue is a reagent designed to detect the presence of dissolved hydrogen gas, the therapeutic antioxidant in ionized water (as well as water from other devices which produce hydrogen-rich water). In the presence of dissolved hydrogen gas (H2), the molecules contained inH2Blue bond with the dissolved H2 gas, the H2Blue molecules to turn “clear”. When a drop ofH2Blue is added to water containing an adequate level of dissolved H2 (> 0.1ppm), the drop turns clear almost immediately. So-called “antioxidant” bottled waters will not cause H2Blue to turn clear if they do not contain dissolved hydrogen gas. (Clear plastic bottles cannot hold hydrogen gas for longer than a few days).

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