||Standard Operating Procedure for the Grinding and Extraction of Lead in Paint using Nitric Acid and a Rotor/Stator System Powered by a High Speed Motor.
K. Sorrell ;
W. Winstead ;
D. Binstock ;
C. Salmons ;
||RTI International, Research Triangle Park, NC.; Alion Science and Technology, Norfolk, VA.; Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Exposure Research Lab.
||EPA/600/R-10/071; EP-D-05-065; SUB1174861RB
Paint samples ;
Extraction of lead ;
Standard operating procedure ;
Nitric acid ;
Rotor/Stator system ;
High speed motor
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||This standard operating procedure (SOP) describes a new, rapid, and relatively inexpensive one-step procedure that grinds the paint samples removed from the substrate and simultaneously quantitatively extracts the lead from the paint in only one step in preparation for quantitative analysis. This method has been applied successfully in the laboratory and is expected to perform as well in the field. It is a general use SOP and intended to be used by trained nontechnical workers.
||See also PB2010-112899, PB2010-112903, PB95-174090, PB94-141165. Prepared in cooperation with Alion Science and Technology, Norfolk, VA. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Exposure Research Lab.
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