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Experimental design of an interlaboratory study for trace metal analysis of liquid fluids
Leslie A. Greenbauer-Seng
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
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|Statement||Leslie A. Greenbauer-Seng.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2148.|
|Contributions||Lewis Research Center., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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14 CHAPTER 3- INTERLABORATORY STUDY EXPERIMENTAL PLAN Overall Plan The development of precision statements as outlined in Section required participation of a number of laboratories in an interlaboratory study.
only rigorous way to estimate reproducibihly is the implementation of an interlaboratory study. The most appropriate technique used for data evaluation is the analysis of variance (ANOVA).
It is thus possible to identify each significant source of variation of the method and to give an. estimate of its corresponding dispersion. Our results are based on interlaboratory tests (including NBS) made during —9 (see list of the cooperating laboratories).
The results from the interlaboratory tests were used to obtain composite heats of sublimation (AHSUb) for cadmium and for silver at K. The certified temperature/pressure values were then obtained by back-calculating.
ix Supplements The present thesis is based on the following papers: Supplement 1: “An Experimental Study of Sampling Parameters for Liquid Steel” O.T. Ericsson, A.V. Karasev and P.G. Jönsson Supplement 2: “Homogeneity of Steel Samples” O.T.
Ericsson, A.V. Karasev and P.G. Jönsson Parts of this work have been presented at the following conference. Proficiency Tests and Interlaboratory Studies for Good Quality FR Analysis.
FR Analysis: Holistic Approach Data Analysis Documentation Sampling Plan – Objectives - Programme Assessment Storage Chemical Analysis Co-ordination –POPs, PAHs, Trace metals, Nutrients, Shellfish Toxins •Learning Exercises –‘New’ Contaminants.
Guideline Interlaboratory Test BISFA 9 An essential part of the design of an inter-laboratory trial is checking all relevant standards in order to ensure that: sampling, sample preparation, test, calculation and interpretation of results will.
The independent iis Institute organises global interlaboratory studies on fuels, petroleum products, petrochemicals and consumer products. Studies are usually performed on commercially relevant products and involve testing on complete specifications.
Besides its annual PT-program, iis organises also tailor made studies on request. The data obtained in the interlaboratory study may indicate, however, that further effort is needed to improve the test method.
Since the primary purpose of this practice is the development of the information needed for a precision statement, the experimental design in this practice may not be optimum for evaluating materials, apparatus, or individual laboratories.
Abstract. Dissolved oxygen concentrations in water samples free from chemical reductants may be stabilised by the addition of mercuric chloride (40 g m −3) and storage in gas-tight bottles. This preservation technique has been used in an interlaboratory study of dissolved oxygen analysis in New Zealand by: LA ICP-MS in microelectronics failure analysis.
Experimental design of an interlaboratory study for trace metal analysis of liquid fluids. Previous interlaboratory studies have.
A Mathematica package has been written to analyse data provided by an interlaboratory study. The purpose of interlaboratory experiments is to study how an analytical method behaves when set up in different laboratories and run by various operators over a given period of time.
The aims of an interlaboratory study are to compare the performances of the participating laboratories. Sunderman, FW Jr, Brown SS, Stoeppler M and Tonks DB, (). Inter-laboratory Evaluations of Nickel and Cadmium Analyses. In Body Fluids in Collaborative Interlaboratory Studies in Chemical Analysis (Egan H and West TS eds).
Author: S. Brown. The participation in interlaboratory studies and the use of Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) are widely recognised tools for the verification of the accuracy of analytical measurements and they form an integral part of quality control systems used by many laboratories, e.g.
in accreditation schemes. National Institute for Environmental Studies Fish Tissue Reference Material for Organotin Compounds K. Okamoto Chap DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): Decem The aqueous Ni stock solutions added to these fluids for the subsequent adsorption experiments were created by dissolving Sigma-Aldrich, %, trace metal basis Ni(NO 3) 2 to MΩ water to obtain a total Ni concentration of 6 ppm Ni.
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Type of study Also known as; Proficiency Testing (PT) Interlaboratory comparison, laboratory evaluating study, round robin, cross check program, correlation program, co-operative trial, Ringversuch: Method validating studies: Collaborative trial, collaborative test: Material characterising studies: Preparation of reference materials.Interlaboratory Studies and Certified Reference Materials for Environmental Analysis: The BCR Approach (Volume 22) (Techniques and Instrumentation in Analytical Chemistry (Volume 22)) [Maier, E.A., Quevauviller, Ph.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Interlaboratory Studies and Certified Reference Materials for Environmental Analysis: The Author: Ph. Quevauviller.ASTM's Board of Directors adopted plans, in the fall ofto launch the Interlaboratory Study Program (ILS) as part of their continuing pursuit of excellence in standards development.
Responding to the need for standards in the marketplace to be of known and documented quality, a commitment was made to fund the development of the ILS Program.