BS 3523:1991 - Specification for granular desiccant silica gel impregnated with cobalt chloride

BS 3523:1991

Specification for granular desiccant silica gel impregnated with cobalt chloride

Status : Withdrawn   Published : August 1991

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Standard NumberBS 3523:1991
TitleSpecification for granular desiccant silica gel impregnated with cobalt chloride
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date30 August 1991
Confirm Date15 January 2002
Withdrawn Date02 August 2013
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
ReplacesBS 3523:1962
Amended ByAMD 9655
Draft Superseded By90/57701 DC96/123963 DC
DescriptorsDesiccants, Desiccation, Drying, Silica gel, Impregnated materials, Particulate materials, Cobalt inorganic compounds, Chlorides, Friability, Dust, Packaging, Marking, Specimen preparation, Moisture, pH, Impurities, Water absorption, Particle size distribution
ICS71.100.99
Title in FrenchSpecification de gel de silice granulaire dessiccatif impregne de chlorure de cobalt
Title in GermanLieferbedingung fuer Kobaltchlorid haltiges Silikagel-Sikkativgranulat
CommitteeI/-
ISBN0 580 19690 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size117 KB
NotesThis standard, which was previously declared obsolescent, is now withdrawn
Price£110.00


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