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Certificate of Analysis (COA)
PRAXAIR MEXICO S. de R.L. de C.V.
700 Via Matamoros drive, Garza Cantu
San Nicolas de los Garza, Nuevo Leon,
Oxygen USP NDA: 589381 Customer Name: Praxair Inc – Harlingen Tx
FDA Establishment Identifier: 301258051 Praxair Number: 6010667
DUNS Number: 812953909
LIQUID OXYGEN USP
OXMIS IC0917 MIS LOX 01 1026
Order: Lot Number: Shipping Container:
98579309 OX MIS 101017 PRXM481 0053 481
Expiration date: 2018 01 09
This product described in this document meets the requirements of the United States Pharmacopeia 40 edition, 2017, and specifications of Praxair Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Component Specification Analytical Result Analytical Method Analyzer Used
Assay NLT 99.5% by volume 99.89%v/v Paramagnetic Servomex 4100
Identification Positive Positive Paramagnetic Servomex 4100
Tester’s Signature: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Reviewer’s Signature: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Quality Assurance Reviewer
Notes: 1. Liquid oxygen produced by the air liquefaction process.
2. Product is identified as Oxygen by way of oxygen specific paramagnetic analyzers
3. Product is identified as oxygen through process validation, dedicated piping and product specific CGA fittings.
Date/Time: 2017 10 10 01:26 OO/R-02-080/1-10
Praxair Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V
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