BS 2649-2:1957 - Methods for the analysis of glass. Recommended procedure for the analysis of soda-boric oxide-alumina-silica glasses of high silica and boric oxide content

BS 2649-2:1957

Methods for the analysis of glass. Recommended procedure for the analysis of soda-boric oxide-alumina-silica glasses of high silica and boric oxide content

Status : Withdrawn   Published : August 1957

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'Borosilicate' glasses.




Standard NumberBS 2649-2:1957
TitleMethods for the analysis of glass. Recommended procedure for the analysis of soda-boric oxide-alumina-silica glasses of high silica and boric oxide content
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date30 August 1957
Withdrawn Date15 March 1985
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
Draft Superseded ByCV(GLC)7599 DC
DescriptorsGlass, Borosilicate glass, Determination of content, Laboratory glassware, Chemical analysis and testing, Testing conditions, Specimen preparation, Silicon dioxide, Combustion test methods, Aluminium oxide, Calcium oxide, Monoxides, Sodium inorganic compounds, Potassium inorganic compounds, Boric oxide, Iron, Titanium dioxide, Ignition-loss tests, Spectrophotometry, Dry weight determination, Volumetric analysis, Precision
ICS81.040.01
PublisherBSI
FormatA5
DeliveryNo
File Size0 KB
Price£182.00


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