BS 2690-6:1968 - Methods of testing water used in industry. Chloride and sulphate

BS 2690-6:1968

Methods of testing water used in industry. Chloride and sulphate

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : March 1968 Replaced By : BS 6068-2.37:1990, ISO 9297:1989, BS 6068-2.39:1991

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Two methods for chloride and three for sulphate.




Standard NumberBS 2690-6:1968
TitleMethods of testing water used in industry. Chloride and sulphate
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date29 March 1968
Confirm Date15 April 1989
Withdrawn Date15 September 1993
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
Replaced ByBS 6068-2.37:1990, ISO 9297:1989, BS 6068-2.39:1991
Draft Superseded By67/19183 DC
DescriptorsWater testing, Water, Industrial, Quantitative analysis, Determination of content, Chlorides, Sulfates, Cells (glass), Colorimetry, Potentiometric methods, Electro-analytical methods, Volumetric analysis, Calibration, Spectrophotometry, Ion-exchange methods, Conductimetric methods, Chemical analysis and testing, Test equipment, Interferences (chemical)
ICS13.040.01
Title in FrenchMethodes de controle de l'eau utilisee dans l'industrie. Chlore et sulfate
Title in GermanPruefverfahren fuer industriell genutztes Wasser. Chlorid und Sulfat
CommitteeEH/3/2
ISBN0 580 00127 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA5
DeliveryNo
Pages24
File Size2.368 MB
Price£182.00


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