BS ISO 4901:2011 - Reinforced plastics based on unsaturated-polyester resins. Determination of the residual styrene monomer content, as well as the content of other volatile aromatic hydrocarbons, by gas chromatography

BS ISO 4901:2011

Reinforced plastics based on unsaturated-polyester resins. Determination of the residual styrene monomer content, as well as the content of other volatile aromatic hydrocarbons, by gas chromatography

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : January 2012

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Standard NumberBS ISO 4901:2011
TitleReinforced plastics based on unsaturated-polyester resins. Determination of the residual styrene monomer content, as well as the content of other volatile aromatic hydrocarbons, by gas chromatography
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 January 2012
Confirm Date28 June 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 1172, ISO 472
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 2782-4:Method 432A:1991, ISO 4901:1985
International RelationshipsISO 4901:2011
Draft Superseded By10/30192393 DC
DescriptorsPolymers, Determination of content, Styrene, Plastics, Gas chromatography, Iodometry, Plastics and rubber technology, Calibration, Polyesters, Solvent extraction methods, Chemical analysis and testing, Reinforced materials, Testing conditions, Specimen preparation, Monomers
ICS83.120
Title in FrenchPlastiques renforcés à base de résines de polyesters non saturés. Détermination du styrène monomère résiduel, ainsi que d'autres hydrocarbures aromatiques volatils, par chromatographie en phase gazeuse
CommitteePRI/42
ISBN978 0 580 65166 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages22
File Size1.119 MB
Price£130.00


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