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ISO 5814:1990 Water quality - Determination of dissolved oxygen - Electrochemical probe method

Abbreviation
ISO 5814:1990
Valid from
29/03/1990

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
International Organization for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
Format
PDF


Description

Includes a procedure by means of an electrochemical cell which is isolated from the sample by a gas permeable membrane. Depending on the type of probe employed measurement can be made either as concentration of oxygen, percentage saturation or both. The procedure is suitable for measurements made in the field and for continuous monitoring and in the laboratory. It is the preferred procedure for highly coloured and turbid waters. It is suitable for natural, waste and saline waters.

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ISO 5814:1990 Water quality - Determination of dissolved oxygen - Electrochemical probe method

Description

Includes a procedure by means of an electrochemical cell which is isolated from the sample by a gas permeable membrane. Depending on the type of probe employed measurement can be made either as concentration of oxygen, percentage saturation or both. The procedure is suitable for measurements made in the field and for continuous monitoring and in the laboratory. It is the preferred procedure for highly coloured and turbid waters. It is suitable for natural, waste and saline waters.

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ISO 5814:1990 Water quality - Determination of dissolved oxygen - Electrochemical probe method
Description

Includes a procedure by means of an electrochemical cell which is isolated from the sample by a gas permeable membrane. Depending on the type of probe employed measurement can be made either as concentration of oxygen, percentage saturation or both. The procedure is suitable for measurements made in the field and for continuous monitoring and in the laboratory. It is the preferred procedure for highly coloured and turbid waters. It is suitable for natural, waste and saline waters.

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