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Main Title USEPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Method Study 36 SW-846 Methods 8270/3510, GC/MS (Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry) Method for Semivolatile Organics: Capillary Column Technique Separatory Funnel Liquid-Liquid Extraction.
Author Edgell, K. W. ; Wesselman, R. J. ;
CORP Author Bionetics Corp., Cincinnati, OH.;Environmental Monitoring Systems Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
Publisher Apr 89
Year Published 1989
Report Number EPA/600/4-89/010; EPA-68-03-3254;
Stock Number PB89-190581
Additional Subjects Gas chromatography ; Mass spectroscopy ; Water analysis ; Solid waste disposal ; Ground water ; Organic compounds ; Chemical analysis ; Solvent extraction ; Quality control ; Statistical analysis ; Experimental design ; Data processing ; Tables(Data) ; Concentration(Composition) ; EPA method 8270 ; EPA method 3510 ; Water pollution detection ; Water pollution sampling
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NTIS  PB89-190581 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 08/24/1989
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Abstract
An interlaboratory collaborative study was conducted to determine the precision and bias (recovery) of Office of Solid Waste (OSW) 8270/3510 for the analysis of 59 semivolatile organic compounds in groundwater. OSW Method 8270 is entitled 'GC/MS Method for Semivolatile Organics Capillary Column Technique' and includes instructions for quality control, sample preparation and analysis of samples by GC/MS. OSW Method 3510 is entitled 'Separatory Funnel Liqui-Liquid Extraction.' The study design was based upon Youden's non-replicate plan for collaborative tests of analytical methods. Each water type was spiked with three Youden sample pairs of the 59 semivolatile compounds and analyzed using Methods 8270/3510. The test waters included reagent water as a 'control' against which other test data were compared and two types of groundwater. The resulting data were analyzed using the USEPA computer program entitled, 'Interlaboratory Method Validation Study (IMVS).' The data analyses produced measures of precision and recovery for each compound in each water type and compared the performance of the method between water types.