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ISO 17690

Water quality - Determination of available free cyanide (pH 6) using flow injection analysis (FIA), gas-diffusion and amperometric detection

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 March 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 20
ICS Code (Examination of water for chemical substances): 13.060.50
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This International Standard specifies methods for the determination of available free cyanide at pH 6 in various types of water (such as ground, drinking, surface, leachate, waste water, and metallurgical processing waste water) with cyanide concentrations from 5 μg/l to 500 μg/l expressed as cyanide ions in the undiluted sample. The range of application can be changed by varying the operation conditions, e.g. by using a different injection volume.

NOTE 1 ISO 2080:2008, 3.105, the concentration of available free cyanide as determined by a specified analytical method.

NOTE 2 The detection limit for this method was determined by interlaboratory testing at the national level using ASTM International D6512 Practice for Interlaboratory Quantitation Estimate.

NOTE 3 Free cyanides according to ISO 14403 and ISO 17690 are not equivalent.

In this method, two suitable mass concentration ranges from 5 μg/l to 50 μg/l and from 50 μg/l to 500 μg/l are described.

Document History

ISO 17690
March 15, 2015
Water quality - Determination of available free cyanide (pH 6) using flow injection analysis (FIA), gas-diffusion and amperometric detection
This International Standard specifies methods for the determination of available free cyanide at pH 6 in various types of water (such as ground, drinking, surface, leachate, waste water, and...

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