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BS 6068-2-2.5:1984 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.5: Determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry: method after pretreatment with ultraviolet radiation

Abbreviation
BS 6068-2-2.5:1984
Valid from
31/12/1984

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British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
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This Standard provides a test method of assessing water quality by the determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry. Applicable to drinking waters, surface waters and waste waters, containing phenol concentrations above about 0.002 mg/l.

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BS 6068-2-2.5:1984 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.5: Determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry: method after pretreatment with ultraviolet radiation

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BS 6068-2-2.5:1984 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.5: Determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry: method after pretreatment with ultraviolet radiation

Description

This Standard provides a test method of assessing water quality by the determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry. Applicable to drinking waters, surface waters and waste waters, containing phenol concentrations above about 0.002 mg/l.

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BS 6068-2-2.5:1984 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.5: Determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry: method after pretreatment with ultraviolet radiation
Description

This Standard provides a test method of assessing water quality by the determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry. Applicable to drinking waters, surface waters and waste waters, containing phenol concentrations above about 0.002 mg/l.

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BS 6068-2-2.5:1984 Water quality - Part 2: Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Section 2.5: Determination of total mercury by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry: method after pretreatment with ultraviolet radiation

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