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These two methods are extremely versatile and have been single-laboratory validated for a total of individual compounds and 8 commercial product mixtures.

Most methods have also been multi-laboratory validated although not all possible analytes have been included in these studies. ADI TD-4S1 all of the major chlorine disinfection by-products that have been identified in ADI TD-4S1 water are included in the methods in this manual.


Jean W. Munch deserves special recognition for Supplement III because she critically read every method and incorporated numerous corrections, technical enhancements, and editorial improvements into each of them. Thomas 0. Behymer acquired the precision and accuracy data for the Aroclors in Method Special thanks is due to Diane Schirmann who processed many of the final corrections, placed all 15 methods and the introductory material in the standard format, and prepared the camera-ready copies for printing. The authors would like to thank the many others who reviewed previous and current versions of these methods and provided comments, suggestions and corrections.

Budde and Jean W. Munch The purpose of this third supplement to "Methods for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water" is to provide corrections, minor tech- nical enhancements, and editorial improvements to some previously published analytical methods and to document several significantly enhanced or pre- viously unpublished methods. As in other ADI TD-4S1 in this series, each of the methods in Supplement III was intended to stand alone, that is, each method may be removed from ADI TD-4S1 manual, photocopied, inserted into another binder, and used without loss of information.

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The stand-alone character of the methods comes at some cost of duplication of material, but the authors believe that the added bulk of the methods is a small price to pay for the flexibility of the format. All the methods in supplement III have been given new dates and version numbers or slightly modified method numbers to distinguish them from ADI TD-4S1 viously published versions. A change in the revision number indicates a relatively small modification to the method and a change in the method number usually indicates a relatively larger change in the method.


The cover page of ADI TD-4S1 method gives the title, method number, revision, and date, and also lists the previous versions, previous authors, and dates if they are known. The purpose of this very brief method history is to assist users who may have older versions in their files in understanding the chronological relationship of methods as technical improvements were made over the years. It also gives due credit to previous authors who contributed to the development of the methods in this and previous manuals in this series.


Unless otherwise indicated, all authors were direct Federal employees of the U. Environmental Protection Agency at the time of their contributions. The scientifically correct term liquid-solid extraction LSEin ADI TD-4S1 both phases of the equilibrium partition process are named, is used throughout the manual in place of the misleading commercial term "solid phase extraction". Colloquial lab terms such as "clean-up" and "spike" are replaced by "sample preparation" or "interference separation" and "fortified" respectively.

While the title of supplement III, and previous manuals ADI TD-4S1 this series, specifies drinking water, these methods will very likely be applicable to other aqueous matrices including surface water, ground water, beverages, and 1 waste water. One exception is Method Over 40 volunteer ADI TD-4S1 participated in the study to characterize the performance of Method Analyses were conducted using fortified reagent water, drinking water, ground water, several industrial waste waters, and a simulated hazardous waste site aqueous leachate.

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Fortified analyte concentrations ranged from 0. Full details of that study will be published by the ASTM. The methods in supplement III are listed below along with a comment for each that gives the previous version of the method, the citation and date of publication of the previous version, and the highlights of the changes in the version in supplement III. ADI TD-4S1 in SUDP. Ill Conditions which do not require a photoic.

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ADI TD-4S1 Cautions are included on the frequent coelution of ethylene dibromide and bromodichloromethane. I in July, Alternative detectors are eliminated except mass spectrometry for qualitative confirmation.

Rev 3. Data tables are reorganized for clarity and addition of method detection limits.

Method It employs the liquid-solid extraction technology of Method Method is a single analyte method for the pesticide metabolite ethylenethiourea. This method is derived from national pesticide survey Method ADI TD-4S1. Trimethylsilyldiazomethane TMSD is added ADI TD-4S1 an alternative methylating agent.


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