Techniques of Water-resources Investigations of the United States Geological Survey: chap. A1. Methods for determination of inorganic substances in water and fluvial sediments (Supersedes 1970 chap. and "Selected methods of the U.S. Geol. Survey for the analysis of wastewaters.")
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982 - Hydrology
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1.1 This practice absorbance ampoules analytical curve analytical method analytical range Application or scope AutoAnalyzer bias blank buffer solutions calculated cell Central Laboratory centration Chapter A1 chemical CM CM CM colorimeter concen concentration constituent control chart control limits correct curve dard defective items detector determination of inorganic dilute dissolved electrodes Environmental Protection Agency Erdmann Fishman fluvial sediments Friedman gas chromatograph Geological Survey Techniques glassware indicated inorganic substances instrument ion-selective electrode manual measurements meter mg/L NOTE obtained peak percent pesticides ples plotted Practice 2.1 precision prepared quality assurance quality control Quality control charts reading reagents Record reference material reference sample relative standard deviation Selected References Skougstad specific conductance specified spike stan standard deviation standard solution Statistical substances in water Techniques of Water-Resources temperature Testing and Materials theoretical plates tion U.S. Environmental Protection U.S. Geological Survey values water and fluvial Water-Resources Investigations Youden