BS ISO 19976-1:2019 - Copper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates. Determination of cadmium. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method

BS ISO 19976-1:2019

Copper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates. Determination of cadmium. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method

Status : Current   Published : July 2019

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This document specifies a flame atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the mass fraction of cadmium in copper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates as follows:

  1. for copper sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,01 % to 0,30 %;

  2. for lead sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,01 % to 0,30 %;

  3. for zinc sulfide concentrates, the method is applicable to the determination of mass fractions of cadmium from 0,05 % to 0,30 %.




Standard NumberBS ISO 19976-1:2019
TitleCopper, lead and zinc sulfide concentrates. Determination of cadmium. Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method
StatusCurrent
Publication Date23 July 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 4787, ISO 1042, ISO Guide 35, ISO 385, ISO 648, ISO 12743, ISO 9599
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 3696
International RelationshipsISO 19976-1:2019
DescriptorsAtomic absorption spectrometry, Cadmium, Concentrates, Zinc, Lead, Copper
ICS73.060.99
Title in FrenchConcentrés de sulfure de cuivre, de plomb et de zinc. Dosage du cadmium Spectrométrie d'absorption atomique dans la flamme
CommitteeNFE/36
ISBN978 0 580 88393 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size1.508 MB
Price£130.00


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