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BS 6068-2.40:1991 Water quality. Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Method 2.40: Method for the determination of borate by spectrometry using azomethine-H

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BS 6068-2.40:1991
Valid from
28/06/1991

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Standards New Zealand
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
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Applicable to concentrations between 0.01 mg and 1 mg of boron per litre in potable water and in ground, surface and saline waters that are not heavily polluted.

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BS 6068-2.40:1991 Water quality. Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Method 2.40: Method for the determination of borate by spectrometry using azomethine-H

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Applicable to concentrations between 0.01 mg and 1 mg of boron per litre in potable water and in ground, surface and saline waters that are not heavily polluted.

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BS 6068-2.40:1991 Water quality. Physical, chemical and biochemical methods - Method 2.40: Method for the determination of borate by spectrometry using azomethine-H
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Applicable to concentrations between 0.01 mg and 1 mg of boron per litre in potable water and in ground, surface and saline waters that are not heavily polluted.

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