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New Chemical Analysis Standards for the 1st Quarter 2017

Kyle Bach

Document Center, Inc. is pleased to announce that the following Standards on Chemical Analysis are now available;

  • ASTM D7375, Withdrawn Without Replacement, Standard Test Method for Trace Quantities of Water in Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their Mixtures by Coulometric Karl Fischer Titration
  • ASTM D7959, 2016 Edition, Standard Test Method for Chloride Content Determination of Aviation Turbine Fuels using Chloride Test Strip
  • ASTM E191, 1964 Edition Reapproved in 2017, Standard Specification for Apparatus For Microdetermination of Carbon and Hydrogen in Organic and Organo-Metallic Compounds
  • ASTM E506, 2017 Edition, Standard Test Method for Mercury in Liquid Chlorine
  • BS EN 16640, 2017 Edition,
    Bio-based products. Bio-based carbon content. Determination of the
    bio-based carbon content using the radiocarbon method
  • BS EN 50436-3, 2016 Edition,
    Alcohol interlocks. Test methods and performance requirements. Guidance
    for authorities, decision makers, purchasers and users
     
  • BS EN 50436-7, 2016 Edition, Alcohol interlocks. Test methods and performance requirements. Installation document 
  • BS ISO 15470, 2017 Edition, Surface chemical analysis. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Description of selected instrumental performance parameters
  • BS ISO 16962, 2017 Edition, Surface chemical analysis. Analysis of zinc- and/or aluminium-based metallic coatings by glow-discharge optical-emission spectrometry
  • ISO 15470, 2nd Edition, Surface chemical analysis – X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy – Description of selected instrumental performance parameters
  • ISO 16962, 2nd Edition, Surface chemical analysis – Analysis of zinc- and/or aluminium-based metallic coatings by glow-discharge optical-emission spectrometry

For more standards like these, please refer to our Document Center List of Standards on Chemical Analysis.