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ASTM International - ASTM G136-03(2016)e1

Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 May 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 6
ICS Code (Test conditions and procedures in general): 19.020
ICS Code (Physicochemical methods of analysis): 71.040.50
significance And Use:

5.1 This practice is suitable for the determination of extractable substances that may be found in materials used in systems or components requiring a high level of cleanliness, such as oxygen... View More

scope:

1.1 This practice may be used to extract nonvolatile and semivolatile residues from materials such as new and used gloves, new and used wipes, component soft goods, and so forth. When used with proposed cleaning materials (wipes, gloves, and so forth), this practice may be used to determine the potential of the proposed solvent or other fluids to extract contaminants (plasticizers, residual detergents, brighteners, and so forth) and deposit them on the surface being cleaned.

1.2 This practice is not suitable for the evaluation of particulate contamination.

1.3 The values stated in SI units are to be regarded standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

1.4 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, 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.

1.5 This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.

Document History

ASTM G136-03(2016)e1
May 1, 2016
Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction
1.1 This practice may be used to extract nonvolatile and semivolatile residues from materials such as new and used gloves, new and used wipes, component soft goods, and so forth. When used with...
May 1, 2016
Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction
5.1 This practice is suitable for the determination of extractable substances that may be found in materials used in systems or components requiring a high level of cleanliness, such as oxygen...
April 1, 2009
Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction
1.1 This practice may be used to extract nonvolatile and semivolatile residues from materials such as new and used gloves, new and used wipes, component soft goods, and so forth. When used with...
September 10, 2003
Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction
This practice is suitable for the determination of extractable substances that may be found in materials used in systems or components requiring a high level of cleanliness, such as oxygen systems....
March 10, 1996
Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction
1.1 This practice may be used to extract nonvolatile and semivolatile residues from materials such as new and used gloves, new and used wipes, component soft goods, and so forth. When used with...
March 10, 1996
Standard Practice for Determination of Soluble Residual Contaminants in Materials by Ultrasonic Extraction
1.1 This practice may be used to extract nonvolatile and semivolatile residues from materials such as new and used gloves, new and used wipes, component soft goods, and so forth. When used with...
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