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ISO 1776:1985 Glass - Resistance to attack by hydrochloric acid at 100 degrees C - Flame emission or flame atomic absorption spectrometric method

Abbreviation
ISO 1776:1985
Valid from
17/10/1985

Information provider
International Organisation for Standardization
Author
International Organisation for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
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The specified method applies to pieces of glass, preferable flat but if necessary curved, but from articles of laboratory glassware. Sample pieces are subjected to an aqueous hydrochloric acid solution, and the amount of alkali metal oxides extracted per unit area is determined as a measure of the acid resistance. Apparatus, reagents, and procedure are specified.

 

 

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ISO 1776:1985 Glass - Resistance to attack by hydrochloric acid at 100 degrees C - Flame emission or flame atomic absorption spectrometric method

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The specified method applies to pieces of glass, preferable flat but if necessary curved, but from articles of laboratory glassware. Sample pieces are subjected to an aqueous hydrochloric acid solution, and the amount of alkali metal oxides extracted per unit area is determined as a measure of the acid resistance. Apparatus, reagents, and procedure are specified.

 

 

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ISO 1776:1985 Glass - Resistance to attack by hydrochloric acid at 100 degrees C - Flame emission or flame atomic absorption spectrometric method
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The specified method applies to pieces of glass, preferable flat but if necessary curved, but from articles of laboratory glassware. Sample pieces are subjected to an aqueous hydrochloric acid solution, and the amount of alkali metal oxides extracted per unit area is determined as a measure of the acid resistance. Apparatus, reagents, and procedure are specified.

 

 

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