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Sensitive Determination of Iron in Drinking Water, Mineral Water, Groundwater, and Spring Water Using Rapid Photometric Tests
Spectroquant® Iron Test - a suitable alternative to ICP or AAS for determination of iron in drinking water, mineral water, groundwater, and spring water.
Pseudomonas Media and Tests
An article concerning the detection, identification, differentiation, and cultivation of Pseudomonas species.
Ultrapure Water for Determination of Toxic Elements in Environmental Analyses
In this paper, the importance of reagent water quality for toxic element environmental analyses is discussed.
Performance of Whatman™ 40 and 41 Quantitative Ashless Filter Paper Grades in Mining Quality Control Applications
This page shows the performance of Whatman™ Grade 40 and Grade 41 quantitative ashless filter paper in three metal content tests, high molybdenum, lead, and zinc for the mining industry.
Phosphate in Groundwater and Surface Water: A Rapid and Reliable Determination Method using the Photometric Spectroquant® Test
The analysis of low concentrations of PO4-P in natural, uncontaminated waters is often challenging. The Spectroquant® photometric test provides an easy-to-use and sensitive method for quantification with results comparable to DIN EN ISO 6878.
Analytical Method: Urea in Water and Wastewater, Enzymatic Determination
Urea in water and wastewater, enzymatic determination - Photometric determination using the indophenol blue method after cleavage of the urea
PFAS Testing Methods and Guidance for Sample Filtration
Validation of Millex® PES syringe filters in PFAS testing of water samples using EPA method 537.1.
Neonicotinoids Pesticides and Metabolites
Neonicotinoids have established themselves as key components in insecticides because of their unique selectivity. The mode of action is similar to nicotine.
Safe Drinking Water Act & Clean Water Act – What is it?
The Safe Drinking Water Act reflects the primary drinking water regulation. Drinking water here means finished drinking water from the plant and the distribution lines. But the Safe Drinking Water Act covers also the ground water sources for raw water...
Calculating Your Working Tolerance: A Guideline
Guideline to calculate your working tolerance - Certified Standard Solutions (CRM)
Importance of Ultrafiltration in Countering Climate Change
Filtration and ultrafiltration techniques in environmental sampling and environmental research.
EPA LEAF Methods for Leaching Assessment
This article discusses the differences and benefits of using EPA LEAF methods as an alternative to TCLP for solid materials. Employed in the laboratory, LEAF methods provide improved control of key factors that can affect leaching in on-site TCLP testing.