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ISO 16918-1

Steel and iron - Determination of nine elements by the inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometric method - Part 1: Determination of tin, antimony, cerium, lead and bismuth

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 January 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 34
ICS Code (Ferrous metals in general): 77.080.01
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This part of ISO 16918 specifies a method for analysing steel and iron for the trace element determinations of Sn, Sb, Ce, Pb and Bi using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). The method is applicable for trace elements in the mass fraction ranges (μg/g) as follows:

Sn: 5 μg/g to 200 μg/g; Sb: 1 μg/g to 200 μg/g; Ce: 10 μg/g to 1 000 μg/g; Pb: 0,5 μg/g to 100 μg/g; Bi: from 0,3 μg/g to 30 μg/g.

Interferences in the determination of trace elements using ICP-MS are listed in Annex B.

Document History

ISO 16918-1
January 15, 2009
Steel and iron - Determination of nine elements by the inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometric method - Part 1: Determination of tin, antimony, cerium, lead and bismuth
This part of ISO 16918 specifies a method for analysing steel and iron for the trace element determinations of Sn, Sb, Ce, Pb and Bi using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). The...

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