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AS 1696.1-1987 (R2016) Copper - Part 1: Determination of phosphorus - Spectrophotometric method

Abbreviation
AS 1696.1-1987
Valid from
04/05/1987

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Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
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Description

This standard sets out a spectrophotometric method for the determination of phosphorus in the range 0.003 to 0.05% in copper. The method has been found to be satisfactory for deoxidized copper containing up to 0.01% silver. The method represents a revision of AS 1696.1-1974.

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Standard reconfirmed 2 September 2016

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Standard reconfirmed 2 September 2016

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AS 1696.1-1987 (R2016) Copper - Part 1: Determination of phosphorus - Spectrophotometric method

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AS 1696.1-1987 (R2016) Copper - Part 1: Determination of phosphorus - Spectrophotometric method

Description

This standard sets out a spectrophotometric method for the determination of phosphorus in the range 0.003 to 0.05% in copper. The method has been found to be satisfactory for deoxidized copper containing up to 0.01% silver. The method represents a revision of AS 1696.1-1974.

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AS 1696.1-1987 (R2016) Copper - Part 1: Determination of phosphorus - Spectrophotometric method
Description

This standard sets out a spectrophotometric method for the determination of phosphorus in the range 0.003 to 0.05% in copper. The method has been found to be satisfactory for deoxidized copper containing up to 0.01% silver. The method represents a revision of AS 1696.1-1974.

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AS 1696.1-1987 (R2016) Copper - Part 1: Determination of phosphorus - Spectrophotometric method

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