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ASTM E1200

Standard Practice for Preserving Zooplankton Samples

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Organization: ASTM
Publication Date: 25 September 1987
Status: inactive
Page Count: 2
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This practice describes the proper procedures for preserving zooplankton samples with either formaldehyde, ethanol, glutaraldehyde, Lugol's iodine solution, or vinegar (acetic acid).

This standard does not purport to address all of the safety problems, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

Document History

April 1, 2019
Standard Practice for Preserving Zooplankton Samples
This practice describes the proper procedures for preserving zooplankton samples with either formaldehyde, ethanol, glutaraldehyde, Lugol’s iodine solution, or vinegar (acetic acid). The values...
ASTM E1200
September 25, 1987
Standard Practice for Preserving Zooplankton Samples
This practice describes the proper procedures for preserving zooplankton samples with either formaldehyde, ethanol, glutaraldehyde, Lugol's iodine solution, or vinegar (acetic acid). This standard...
September 25, 1987
Standard Practice for Preserving Zooplankton Samples
This practice describes the proper procedures for preserving zooplankton samples with either formaldehyde, ethanol, glutaraldehyde, Lugol's iodine solution, or vinegar (acetic acid). This standard...
September 25, 1987
Standard Practice for Preserving Zooplankton Samples
1. Scope 1.1 This practice describes the proper procedures for preserving zooplankton samples with either formaldehyde, ethanol, glutaraldehyde, Lugol's iodine solution, or vinegar (acetic acid). 1.2...

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