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Main Title Determination of thiophosphates in industrial and municipal wastewaters : aspon, dichlofenthion, famphur, fenitrothion, fonophos, phosmet and thionazin /
Author Warner, J. S. ; Engel, T. M. ; Mondron, P. J.
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Warner, J. S.
Engel, T. M.
Mondron, P. J.
CORP Author Battelle Columbus Labs., OH.;Environmental Monitoring and Support Lab.-Cincinnati, OH.
Publisher GPO,
Year Published 1985
Report Number EPA/600/4-85/016; EPA-68-03-2956
Stock Number PB85-189017
Subjects Fenitrothion. ; Sewage disposal plants--Ohio.
Additional Subjects Chemical analysis ; Industrial wastes ; Pesticides ; Gas chromatography ; Extraction ; Water analyses ; Water pollution ; Concentration(Composition) ; Phosphorothioates ; Malathion ; Water pollution detection ; Municipal wastes ; Procedures ; Sumithion ; Mobilawn ; Aspon ; Imidan ; Publicly owned wastewater treatment ; Famphur ; Dyfonate ; Zinophos
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NTIS  PB85-189017 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 66 pages : illustrations
Abstract
A method was developed for the determination of seven thiophosphate compounds (aspon, dichlofenthion, famphur, fenitrothion, fonophos, phosmet, and thionazin) in wastewaters. The method development program consisted of a literature review; determination of extraction efficiency for each compound from water into methylene chloride; development of a deactivated Florisil cleanup procedure; and determination of suitable gas chromatographic (GC) analysis conditions. Extraction and cleanup procedures were developed to provide 85 percent or greater recoveries of these compounds from water. A packed column GC-AFD analysis procedure was also developed. The final method was applied to wastewater from a manufacturer of malathion and to Columbus Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW) secondary effluent in order to determine the precision and accuracy of the method. The wastewaters were spiked with the seven compounds at levels of 50 micrograms/l and 500 micrograms/l, respectively. Recoveries for the seven compounds were in the 85 to 89 percent range at both concentration levels. Method detection limits (MDLs) for the seven compounds in distilled water were in the 1 to 20 micrograms/l range. MDLs in wastewaters may be higher due to interfering compounds.
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"April 1985." "EPA/600/4-85/016." "Final report 4 Aug. 1981-Sept. 1983." Microfiche.