DD 96:1984 - Methods for sampling higher purity copper cathodes and for preparing analysis samples (reference method)

DD 96:1984

Methods for sampling higher purity copper cathodes and for preparing analysis samples (reference method)

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : November 1984 Replaced By : BS 6017:1981

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Describes reference methods, particularly for use in cases of dispute for the sampling of a consignment of high purity copper cathodes (Cu-CATH-1) and for the preparation of replicate samples for analysis from the cathode samples.




Standard NumberDD 96:1984
TitleMethods for sampling higher purity copper cathodes and for preparing analysis samples (reference method)
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 November 1984
Withdrawn Date15 September 1988
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 6017:1981
DescriptorsElectrodes, Marking, Cathodes, Purity, Samples, Specimen preparation, Copper, Sampling methods
ICS77.150.30
Title in FrenchMéthodes d'échantillonnage des cathodes en cuivre à haute pureté et de préparation des échantillons pour analyse (méthodes de référence)
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Probenahme von hochreinen Kupferkathoden und zur Vorbereitung von Analysenproben (Referenzverfahren)
CommitteeNFE/34
ISBN0 580 14072 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
File Size0 KB
Price£240.00


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