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2310 Acidity (1997)

2310 Acidity (1997)

Approved by SM Committee: 1997

[E] - EPA Approved

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Acidity is a measure of an aggregate property of water and can be interpreted in terms of specific substances only when the chemical composition of the sample is known. Method 2310B presents the titration method for determining acidity. This method is reprinted from the 20th Edition. The principle is explained, followed by discussions of end points, interferences, selection of procedure, and sample size. Following discussion of the procedure, a general discussion of precision and bias is given.


[E] [R] [N] Product
       A. Introduction
[E]      B. Titration Method

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[E]     2320 Alkalinity (1997) $75.00