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BS 6068-2-2.35:1989 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.35: Method for the determination of electrical conductivity

Abbreviation
BS 6068-2-2.35:1989
Valid from
29/09/1989
Replaces

Information provider
British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
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This Standard covers all types of water, such as surface waters, process waters in water supply and treatment plants, and wastewaters. Range of application is typically 5 S/m to 10,000 mS/m.

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BS 6068-2-2.35:1989 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.35: Method for the determination of electrical conductivity

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BS 6068-2-2.35:1989 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.35: Method for the determination of electrical conductivity

Description

This Standard covers all types of water, such as surface waters, process waters in water supply and treatment plants, and wastewaters. Range of application is typically 5 S/m to 10,000 mS/m.

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BS 6068-2-2.35:1989 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.35: Method for the determination of electrical conductivity
Description

This Standard covers all types of water, such as surface waters, process waters in water supply and treatment plants, and wastewaters. Range of application is typically 5 S/m to 10,000 mS/m.

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BS 6068-2-2.35:1989 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.35: Method for the determination of electrical conductivity

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