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Main Title Round Robin Analysis of Alcolol and Carbonyl Synthetic Exhaust Samples.
Author Clark, W. L. ; Biller, W. F. ; Tejada, S. B. ; Siegl, W. O. ; Jensen, T. E. ;
CORP Author Coordinating Research Council, Inc., Atlanta, GA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Publisher 25 Jul 94
Year Published 1994
Report Number EPA/600/A-94/185;
Stock Number PB95-124715
Additional Subjects Air pollution detection ; Quality assurance ; Exhaust emissions ; Laboratories ; Test methods ; Alcohols ; Carbonyls ; Organic compounds ; Automotive industry ; Petroleum industry ; Aldehydes ; Formaldehyde ; Interlaboratory comparisons ; Chromatographic analysis ; VOCs(Volatile organic compounds) ; HPLC(High Performance Liquid Chromatography) ; Round Robin analysis
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NTIS  PB95-124715 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 03/06/1995
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Abstract
Recent changes in regulatory practices have brought about a need for speciated analysis of the volatile organic components of vehicle exhaust. The purpose of the study was to allow interested laboratories to participate in a Round Robin so that each could assess their speciation methodologies. 'Synthetic exhaust' samples were prepared of mixed DN-carbonyl standards deposited on DNPH-coated cartridges, and solutions of alcohol in water. The fifteen participating laboratories included automotive, contract, petroleum, and regulatory organizations. The results described in this paper consider only variability asociated with the analytical measurement of the samples that have already been collected in impingers or on cartridges. In general, alochols (methanol and ethanol) were quantified without difficulty. With the exception of acrolein and crotonaldehyde, the quantitation of the carbonyl samples was fairly good considering the variety of analytical methods that were employed.