||Determining the Concentration of Oil in Water Samples by Infrared Spectrophotometry: Phase II. Interlaboratory Study: Volume I.
|| Naval Ship Research and Development Center,
||NSRDC-4536-Vol-1; AD-A011 041; NSRDC-4536-VOL-1
Organic Chemistry ;
Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy ;
Experimental data ;
Infrared spectroscopy ;
Sea water ;
Chemical analysis ;
||Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC
"AD-A011 041." "NSRDC-4536-VOL-1." "Filmed 7-17-75 NTIS." See also Phase 1 rept. dated Dec 74, AD-A011 040, and Volume 2 dated Jan 75, AD-A011 042. Microfiche.
The main objective of this interlaboratory study is to validate and develop confidence in the quantitative analysis of oil-in-water concentration based on solvent extraction and infrared spectrophotometry. It is desired to evaluate this analytical procedure as a function of oil type, water salinity, oil concentration. A further objective of this study is to determine the range of variations of the measurement errors associated with this method both within each individual laboratory as well as across the participating laboratories. This volume highlights results and conclusions. Data is included.