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Standard addresses determination of sulfur forms in coal.
Press Release Summary:
Jun 24, 2009 - Subcommittee D05.21 on Methods of Analysis invites all interested parties to participate in development of proposed new standard, WK22936, Test Method for Determination of Sulfur Forms in Coal by ICP-AES. Standard is to be based on D2492, Test Method for Forms of Sulfur in Coal, but will be focused on reducing required sample sizes. Gravimetric and atomic absorption detection methods will be replaced in proposed standard with inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy.
Original Press Release
Determination of Sulfur Forms in Coal Is Subject of Proposed ASTM Standard
Press release date: Jun 23, 2009
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