BS 6068-2.41:1993, ISO 10359-1:1992 - Water quality. Physical, chemical and biochemical methods. Determination of fluoride: electrochemical probe method for potable and lightly polluted water

BS 6068-2.41:1993, ISO 10359-1:1992

Water quality. Physical, chemical and biochemical methods. Determination of fluoride: electrochemical probe method for potable and lightly polluted water

Status : Current   Published : March 1993

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Applicable to fluoride concentrations from 0,02 mg/l to 2,0 g/l.




Standard NumberBS 6068-2.41:1993, ISO 10359-1:1992
TitleWater quality. Physical, chemical and biochemical methods. Determination of fluoride: electrochemical probe method for potable and lightly polluted water
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 March 1993
Confirm Date01 July 2008
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO 10359-1:1992
Draft Superseded By91/54580 DC
DescriptorsWater, Quality, Water testing, Freshwater, Potable water, Surface water, Determination of content, Fluorides, Selective-ion methods, Electro-analytical methods, Interferences (chemical), Chemical analysis and testing, Testing conditions, Calibration, Reproducibility, Precision, Sampling methods
ICS13.060.50
Title in FrenchQualite de l'eau. Dosage des fluorures. Methode de la sonde electrochimique pour l'eau potable et faiblement polluee
Title in GermanWasserbeschaffenheit. Bestimmung von Fluorid. Elektrochemisches Verfahren fuer Trinkwasser und gering belastetes Wasser
CommitteeEH/3/2
ISBN0 580 21643 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size312.6 KB
Price£110.00


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