AS 1515.4-1978 (R2016) Method for the analysis of copper alloys Part 4: Electrolytic determination of copper in wrought and cast copper alloys

Abbreviation
AS 1515.4-1978 (R2016)
Valid from
1/01/1978

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
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PDF, Hard copy


Description

This Standard applies to determination of copper in alloys with copper content 50 to 95%. The copper in solution after electrodeposition is complete is determined by atomic absorption spectroscopy.

Scope

This standard describes an electrolytic method for the determination of copper in wrought and cast copper alloys.

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AS 1515.4-1978 (R2016) Method for the analysis of copper alloys Part 4: Electrolytic determination of copper in wrought and cast copper alloys

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AS 1515.4-1978 (R2016) Method for the analysis of copper alloys Part 4: Electrolytic determination of copper in wrought and cast copper alloys

Description

This Standard applies to determination of copper in alloys with copper content 50 to 95%. The copper in solution after electrodeposition is complete is determined by atomic absorption spectroscopy.

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AS 1515.4-1978 (R2016) Method for the analysis of copper alloys Part 4: Electrolytic determination of copper in wrought and cast copper alloys
Description

This Standard applies to determination of copper in alloys with copper content 50 to 95%. The copper in solution after electrodeposition is complete is determined by atomic absorption spectroscopy.

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AS 1515.4-1978 (R2016) Method for the analysis of copper alloys Part 4: Electrolytic determination of copper in wrought and cast copper alloys

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