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Main Title Use of the Adsorption Method in Activated Charcoal with Extraction by Chloroform (CCE) to Evaluate the Contamination of Reservoirs by Organic Materials (Primenenie Metody Adsorbtsii na Aktivirovannom ugle s Ekstraktsiey Khloroformom (CCE) dlya Otsenki Zagryazneniya Vodoemov Organicheskimi Veshchestvami).
Author Vaisman, Ya. I. ; Barikhin., S. Ya. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA-HS-156;
Stock Number PB-259 725-T
Additional Subjects Organic compounds ; Adsorption ; Water analysis ; Water pollution ; Drinking water ; Charcoal ; Activated charcoal ; Translations ; USSR ; Water pollution detection
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NTIS  PB-259 725-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract The attention of many researchers has been attracted to the method of adsorbing small amounts of organic contaminants in activated charcoal with their subsequent extraction with chloroform (CCE). After selection of the brand of charcoal and testing the method under laboratory conditions, in 1967-1970 field studies were conducted on the Kama River in 7 control ranges operated by the city of Perm as well as in Perm tap water. The studies verified the possibility of using the charcoal-chloroform extract method in sanitary practice for comparative evaluation of the levels of contamination in river water by organic components of industrial discharges. Nevertheless, we must note that international standards lack recommendations concerning detailed quantitative and qualitative testing of individual organic materials in this complex. This is demanded by the principles and methodological basis of Soviet water law which, founded on hygienic standardization, requires not only the quantitative characteristics of the total content of contaminants, but also quantitative and qualitative evaluation of individual components in this complex.
Supplementary Notes Trans. of Gigiena i Sanitariya (USSR) v38 n8 p77-79 Mar 72.
Title Annotations +++The Use of the Adsorption Method in Activated Charcoal with Extraction by Chloroform (CCE) to Evaluate the Contamination of Reservoirs by Organic Materials (Primenenie Metody Adsorbtsii na Aktivirovannom ugle s Ekstraktsiey Khloroformom (CCE) dlya Otsenki Zagryazneniya Vodoemov Organicheskimi Veshchestvami)--Translation.
PUB Date Free Form 1972
Category Codes 13B; 68D
NTIS Prices PC A02/MF A01
Document Type NT
Cataloging Source NTIS/MT
Control Number 323703845
Origin NTIS
Type CAT