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3120 Metals by Plasma Emission Spectroscopy (1999)

3120 Metals by Plasma Emission Spectroscopy (1999)

Approved by SM Committee: 1999

[E] - EPA Approved
[R] - Revised

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Description

Emission spectroscopy using inductively coupled plasma was developed in the mid-1960s as a rapid, sensitive, and convenient method for the determination of metals in water and wastewater samples. A table lists elements for which this method applies. Following a general introduction and discussion of applicability and interference, the details of the method are given.

Methods

[E] [R] [N] Product
       A. Introduction
[E] [R]    B. Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Method

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