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Re: Thanks for your help

Hello again Luca,

You're right, my husband tells me "Romano" means"of Rome". Actually, I'm a
Canadian of Scottish descent and he is a Calabrese Italian with an
Australian accent, born in Italy but raised in Australia, now a Canadian
citizen for 10 years. There is a very interesting story as to how his family
came to be called "Romano" but this is the wrong discussion group for that!
I will call the Hach distributor in Toronto tomorrow to determine the
various forms of iron my kit may test for. This appears to be a very
important consideration and I appreciate your educating me to the various
combinations and their assimulation methods so that I'll now know what to
look for. I'll let you know what they say.

Susan Romano