The Interference Of Elemental Sulfur In The Determination Of Trace Organics In Drinking Water By The Carbon Adsorption Method
Carbon chloroform extract and related blank materials obtained by the Organics-Carbon Adsorbable modification of the Carbon Adsorption Method have been found to contain a significant amount of elemental sulfur ranging from 17 to 58%. Carbon preparation affected the blank value determined; chloroform elution of prewetted carbon yielded higher values than extraction of "as received" carbon. Copyright © 1976, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
C. B. Bottom et al., "The Interference Of Elemental Sulfur In The Determination Of Trace Organics In Drinking Water By The Carbon Adsorption Method," Journal of Environmental Science and Health . Part A: Environmental Science and Engineering, vol. 11, no. 6, pp. 409 - 415, Taylor and Francis Group, Jan 1976.
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Keywords and Phrases
carbon chloroform extract; drinking water; Elemental sulfur; trace organic contaminants
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01 Jan 1976