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AWPA/WOOD - AWPA A6

STANDARD METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RETENTION OF OIL-TYPE PRESERVATIVES FROM SMALL SAMPLES

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Organization: AWPA/WOOD
Publication Date: 1 January 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 4
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This assay method is suitable for the determination of creosote, petroleum, and their solutions in treated wood when the sample contains at least 5.0 grams of wood and one gram of oil. Additives, such as copper naphthenate or pentachlorophenol, may not be quantitatively extracted by this method. The method can also be used for the determination of water in treated or untreated wood, but when it is so used, the directions on handling the sample in Standard M2 must be followed carefully.

Document History

AWPA A6
January 1, 2020
STANDARD METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RETENTION OF OIL-TYPE PRESERVATIVES FROM SMALL SAMPLES
This assay method is suitable for the determination of creosote, petroleum, and their solutions in treated wood when the sample contains at least 5.0 grams of wood and one gram of oil. Additives,...
A6
January 1, 2015
STANDARD METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RETENTION OF OIL-TYPE PRESERVATIVES FROM SMALL SAMPLES
This assay method is suitable for the determination of creosote, petroleum, and their solutions in treated wood when the sample contains at least 5.0 grams of wood and one gram of oil. Additives,...

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