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Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater - Part 4500-SO42-: Sulfate (2012)

Abbreviation
4500-SO42-
Version
22nd Edition - 2012
Valid from
05/12/2012

Information provider
IHS Markit
Author
American Public Health Association, American Waterworks Association and Water Environment Federation
Information type
Other Standard
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PDF


Description

4500-SO42- Sulfate 

  • The ion chromatographic method (4110) and capillary ion electrophoresis (4140) are suitable for sulfate concentrations above 0.1 mg/L.
  • The gravimetric methods (C and D) are suitable for sulfate concentrations above 10 mg/L.
  • The turbidimetric method (E) is applicable in the range of 1 to 40 mg SO42¯/L.
  • The automated methylthymol blue methods (F and G) are the procedures for analyzing large numbers of samples for sulfate alone when the equipment is available; over 30 samples can be analyzed per hour.

Methods C, D, F, G, 4110, or 4140 are preferred for accurate results. 

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Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater - Part 4500-SO42-: Sulfate (2012)

Description

4500-SO42- Sulfate 

  • The ion chromatographic method (4110) and capillary ion electrophoresis (4140) are suitable for sulfate concentrations above 0.1 mg/L.
  • The gravimetric methods (C and D) are suitable for sulfate concentrations above 10 mg/L.
  • The turbidimetric method (E) is applicable in the range of 1 to 40 mg SO42¯/L.
  • The automated methylthymol blue methods (F and G) are the procedures for analyzing large numbers of samples for sulfate alone when the equipment is available; over 30 samples can be analyzed per hour.

Methods C, D, F, G, 4110, or 4140 are preferred for accurate results. 

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Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater - Part 4500-SO42-: Sulfate (2012)
Description

4500-SO42- Sulfate 

  • The ion chromatographic method (4110) and capillary ion electrophoresis (4140) are suitable for sulfate concentrations above 0.1 mg/L.
  • The gravimetric methods (C and D) are suitable for sulfate concentrations above 10 mg/L.
  • The turbidimetric method (E) is applicable in the range of 1 to 40 mg SO42¯/L.
  • The automated methylthymol blue methods (F and G) are the procedures for analyzing large numbers of samples for sulfate alone when the equipment is available; over 30 samples can be analyzed per hour.

Methods C, D, F, G, 4110, or 4140 are preferred for accurate results. 

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