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ASTM International - ASTM UOP864-89

Sulfur in Organic and Inorganic Materials by Combustion and IR Detection

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 29 July 2002
Status: inactive
Page Count: 5
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This method is for determining total sulfur in petroleum products and other organic/inorganic materials, such as catalysts, using a LECO Sulfur Analyzer. The detection range is from 100% down to a lower limit of 0.01 mass-% sulfur. Nitrogen and halogens do not interfere unless they are present in concentrations ten times higher than that of the sulfur. The method is generally limited to samples having initial boiling points above 200 C. However, it can be applied to some wider boiling rage samples, such as crude oils, where experience has shown that no losses occur during the combustion process.

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July 1, 2012
Sulfur in Organic and Inorganic Materials by Combustion and IR Detection
This method is for determining total sulfur in organic materials, such aspetroleum products, and inorganic materials, such as catalysts, by combustion using a LECO S632 Sulfur Analyzer. The range of...
ASTM UOP864-89
July 29, 2002
Sulfur in Organic and Inorganic Materials by Combustion and IR Detection
This method is for determining total sulfur in petroleum products and other organic/inorganic materials, such as catalysts, using a LECO Sulfur Analyzer. The detection range is from 100% down to a...
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