BS EN 15616:2012 - Copper and copper alloys. Determination of cadmium content. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (FAAS)

BS EN 15616:2012

Copper and copper alloys. Determination of cadmium content. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (FAAS)

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : February 2013

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This European Standard specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (FAAS) for the determination of the cadmium content of copper and copper alloys in the form of unwrought, wrought and cast products. The method is applicable to products having a cadmium mass fractions between 0,000 5 % and 0,1 %.




Standard NumberBS EN 15616:2012
TitleCopper and copper alloys. Determination of cadmium content. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (FAAS)
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date28 February 2013
Confirm Date14 June 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 1811-2, ISO 1811-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5725-1, ISO 5725-2, ISO 5725-3
ReplacesDD CEN/TS 15616:2009
International RelationshipsEN 15616:2012
Draft Superseded By11/30244578 DC
DescriptorsFlame atomic absorption spectrometry, Copper, Determination of content, Copper alloys, Cadmium, Non-ferrous metals, Atomic absorption spectrophotometry, Chemical analysis and testing
ICS77.120.30
Title in FrenchCuivre et alliages de cuivre. Détermination du cadmium. Méthode par spectrométrie d'absorption atomique dans la flamme (SAAF)
Title in GermanKupfer und Kupferlegierungen. Bestimmung des Cadmiumgehaltes. Flammenatomabsorptionsspektrometrisches Verfahren (FAAS)
CommitteeNFE/34
ISBN978 0 580 75026 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size379 KB
Price£130.00


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