NIOSH 2559


This test method uses HPLC and UV Detection to monitor Decabromodiphenyl oxide (DBDPO). Decabromodiphenyl oxide is released by different processes into the environment, such as emissions from manufacture of DBDPO -containing products and from the products themselves. Elevated concentrations can be found in air, water, soil, food, sediment, sludge, and dust This method was developed to analyze DBDPO in an air sample. Decabromodiphenyl Oxide is a cancer suspect agent and irritant. Methanol is a flammable liquid, toxic. DMSO is an irritant, wear protective clothing as it can penetrate the skin.

Analysis Type (Application Method): HPLC-UV

Link to NIOSH 2559 Method

Compatible Filters:

37 mm quartz fiber filter backed in a cellulose 37 mm support, assembled in in a cassette filter holder. Forceps to handle filter membrane.


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