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Main Title Determining the Concentration of Oil in Water Samples by Infrared Spectrophotometry. Phase I: Sample Aging Study.
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Finger, Stanley.
Feingold, Harry.
Timko, Ed.
Orbach, Sidney.
Publisher Naval Ship Research and Development Center,
Year Published 1974
Report Number NSRDC-4535; AD-A011 040
OCLC Number 908197129
Subjects Organic Chemistry. ; Aging(materials) ; Solutions(mixtures) ; Oils. ; Mathematical models. ; Degradation. ; Deterioration. ; Sea water. ; Chemical analysis. ; Fuel oil. ; Lubricating oils. ; Biodeterioration.
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EKBD  AD-A011 040 Microfiche collection Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 05/04/2015
Collation 110 pages.
Notes
"AD-A011 040." "NSRDC-4535." "Filmed 7-19-75 NTIS." See also report dated Jan 75, AD-A011 041. Microfiche.
Contents Notes
Oil in water samples of Naval Distillate Fuel Oil (NDFO) and Steam Turbine Lubricating Oil (MS 2190 TEP) at concentrations of 16 p/m and 100 p/m were studied to determine and quantify aging due to various types of degradation with time, under normal storage conditions. The samples were prepared individually from synthetic sea water and a quantity of oil which gave the desired concentration. The samples were analyzed at several intervals during an eight-week aging period. Oil concentration was determined by a method which is based on carbon tetrachloride solvent extraction and the infrared spectrophotometric measurements of the extract. Calibration curves relating the absorbance with oil concentration for the two oils were prepared from a measured quantity of oil in carbon tetrachloride. The purpose of the sample aging study was to obtain information for use in scheduling sample shipment and analysis in a forthcoming inter-laboratory study of the oil concentration measurement technique, as well as to estimate the allowable delay in sample analysis after field sampling.