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NIOSH Analytical Method, Dichloroethyl Ether, S357, (Set V).
NIOSH 1976 Dec:9 pages
A method is described for the analysis of dichloroethyl-ether (111444) in the air by drawing a known volume of air through a charcoal tube to trap the analyte followed by desorption with carbon- disulfide (75150) and injection into a gas chromatograph. The area of the resulting peak is determined and compared with areas obtained for standards. Data are given on the principle, range and sensitivity, interference, precision, accuracy, advantages and disadvantages of the method. Also described are the apparatus, reagents, and procedures used, analysis of samples; interferences; calibration and standards; and calculations.
NIOSH-Analytical-Method; Standards-Completion-Program; Analytical-Method; Microanalysis; Air-quality-measurement; Organic-solvents; Solvent-extraction; Standards; Sampling; Set-V; Chromatography;
Division of Physical Sciences and Engineering, NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio, 9 pages, 2 references
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