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ISO 9698

Water quality — Tritium — Test method using liquid scintillation counting

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 May 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 32
ICS Code (Examination of physical properties of water): 13.060.60
ICS Code (Radiation protection): 13.280
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This document specifies a method by liquid scintillation counting for the determination of tritium activity concentration in samples of marine waters, surface waters, ground waters, rain waters, drinking waters or of tritiated water ([3H]H2O) in effluents.

The method is not directly applicable to the analysis of organically bound tritium; its determination requires additional chemical processing of the sample (such as chemical oxidation or combustion).

With suitable technical conditions, the detection limit may be as low as 1 Bq·l−1. Tritium activity concentrations below 106 Bq·l−1 can be determined without any sample dilution.

Document History

ISO 9698
May 1, 2019
Water quality — Tritium — Test method using liquid scintillation counting
This document specifies a method by liquid scintillation counting for the determination of tritium activity concentration in samples of marine waters, surface waters, ground waters, rain waters,...
December 15, 2010
Water quality — Determination of tritium activity concentration — Liquid scintillation counting method
This International Standard specifies the conditions for the determination of tritium activity concentration in samples of environmental water or of tritiated water ([3H]H2O) using liquid...
January 1, 1989
Water Quality - Determination of Tritium Activity Concentration - Liquid Scintillation Counting Method
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