BS EN 12441-9:2004 - Zinc and zinc alloys. Chemical analysis. Determination of nickel in zinc alloys. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method

BS EN 12441-9:2004

Zinc and zinc alloys. Chemical analysis. Determination of nickel in zinc alloys. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method

Status : Current, Confirmed   Published : January 2005

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of nickel in zinc alloys. It is applicable to the products specified in EN 1774 and EN 12844. It is suitable for the determination of nickel contents (mass fractions) between 0,000 5 % and 0,020 %.




Standard NumberBS EN 12441-9:2004
TitleZinc and zinc alloys. Chemical analysis. Determination of nickel in zinc alloys. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method
StatusCurrent, Confirmed
Publication Date14 January 2005
Confirm Date04 April 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 12060:1997, EN 1774, EN 12844
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5725-1, ISO 5725-2:2019, BS ISO 5725-2:2019, ISO 5725-3
International RelationshipsEN 12441-9:2004
Draft Superseded By03/106874 DC
DescriptorsAtomic absorption spectrophotometry, Spectrophotometry, Determination of content, Nickel, Instrumental methods of analysis, Non-ferrous alloys, Chemical analysis and testing, Zinc alloys
ICS77.040.30
77.120.60
Title in FrenchZinc et alliages de zinc. Analyse chimique. Dosage du nickel dans les alliages de zinc. Methode par spectrometrie d'absorption atomique dans la flamme
Title in GermanZink und Zinklegierungen. Chemische Analyse. Bestimmung von Nickel in Zinklegierungen. FAASVerfahren
CommitteeNFE/8
ISBN0 580 45286 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size360 KB
Price£110.00


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