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ASTM International - ASTM D934-80(1999)

Standard Practices for Identification of Crystalline Compounds in Water-Formed Deposits By X-Ray Diffraction

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 10 June 1999
Status: inactive
Page Count: 9
ICS Code (Sewage water): 13.060.30
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1.1 These practices provide for X-ray diffraction analysis of powdered crystalline compounds in water-formed deposits. Two are given as follows:

Sections Practice A---Camera 12 to 21 Practice B---Diffractometer 22 to 30

Document History

January 1, 2013
Standard Practices for Identification of Crystalline Compounds in Water-Formed Deposits By X-Ray Diffraction (Withdrawn 2022)
1.1 These practices provide for X-ray diffraction analysis of powdered crystalline compounds in water-formed deposits. Two are given as follows:   Sections Practice A—Camera 12 to 21 Practice...
October 1, 2008
Standard Practices for Identification of Crystalline Compounds in Water-Formed Deposits By X-Ray Diffraction
1.1 These practices provide for X-ray diffraction analysis of powdered crystalline compounds in water-formed deposits. Two are given as follows: Sections Practice A—Camera 12 to 21 Practice...
ASTM D934-80(1999)
June 10, 1999
Standard Practices for Identification of Crystalline Compounds in Water-Formed Deposits By X-Ray Diffraction
1.1 These practices provide for X-ray diffraction analysis of powdered crystalline compounds in water-formed deposits. Two are given as follows: Sections Practice A---Camera 12 to 21 Practice...
July 3, 1980
Standard Practices for Identification of Crystalline Compounds in Water-Formed Deposits By X-Ray Diffraction
1.1 These practices provide for X-ray diffraction analysis of powdered crystalline compounds in water-formed deposits. Two are given as follows: Sections Practice A-Camera 12 to 21 Practice...
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