Sampling & Analysis

Hydrobromic Acid / CAS# 10035-10-6

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Hydrobromic Acid [3] FEE PER SAMPLE: $67.00 COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: $33.00 METHOD: Mod. OSHA ID-165SG; IC
Interferences: bromine and particulate salts of HBr
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC COLLECTION MEDIUM:Washed Silica Gel ORDER NUMBER:ORBO 53 VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:96 L SAMPLING RATE:0.2 LPM LOQ:5 ug
Hydrobromic acid [3] FEE PER SAMPLE: $67.00 COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: $33.00 METHOD: Mod. NIOSH 7907
Please specify if particulate results are required. Media has a 2-week shelf life. There is a 28-day hold time for this analysis once samples are collected.
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC COLLECTION MEDIUM:37mm Quartz ORDER NUMBER:Not Specified VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:30-600 L SAMPLING RATE:2 LPM LOQ:5 ug
Hydrobromic Acid [3] FEE PER SAMPLE: $67.00 COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: $33.00 METHOD: Mod. OSHA ID-165SG; IC
Interferences: bromine and particulate salts of HBr
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PTFE 2.0 (wipe) ORDER NUMBER:225-1709 VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:10 ug

Hydrobromic Acid
Sampling & Analysis

Hydrobromic Acid comes in the form of a colorless gas with a sharp, irritating odor.  It is used in the manufacture of other chemicals and as a catalyst in the manufacture of chemicals.

Hydrobromic Acid enters the body through inhalation or ingestion, as well as skin and/or eye contact.  It causes irritation of the eyes, skin, nose, throat, and, in its compressed liquid form, frostbite. 

 

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Notes

  1. Each additional compatible metal $23.
  2. Each additional compatible GC compound $33.
  3. Each additional compatible acid $33.
  4. Each additional compatible HPLC compound $49.
  5. Each additional compatible metals by ICP-MS $32.
  6. Other additional compatible analyte pricing; see additional compatible analyte column.

– Bulks used as analytical standards for GC analysis will be billed at $84
– LOQs listed do not include the desorption efficiency, which could result in higher detection levels. Please call the lab for more information.
– For additional Method information, please refer to the links on Method types.
– Review the published method when determining the correct number of field blanks to submit with your samples.
– The media shelf lives cited are the maximum possible shelf lives. Media should always be used by the expiration date on the label.
– The following surcharges will be added to the listed fees based on the following sample turnaround times:

** Same Day 200%
** Next Day (12pm) 150%
** Next Day (6pm) 100%
** Second Day 75%
** Third Day 50%
** Fourth Day 35%

Symbols Key

Symbols Key

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Preferred method.
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Ship overnight refrigerated.
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Call in advance of sampling to order media.
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A three sample minimum submittal is required.
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Collect using 2 tubes in a series.
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3M recommended maximum sampling hours.
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Subcontracted analysis.
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Protect samples from light.
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Immediately after sampling remove from cassette and place in glass vial.
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Please send, under separate cover, a sample (bulk) of your particular solvent for use as a reference standard. The bulk sample will be charged the analysis price. Additional analyses and fees may be required to determine the DE for results that do not match a common standard.
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Reported results reflect elemental analysis of the requested metals. Certain compounds may not be solubilized during digestion, resulting in data that may be biased low.
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Analyte is referenced in the published method. If more than one published method is cited, the analyte is referenced in at least one of the methods.

Compatibility Codes

A:
Charcoal and carbon disulfide desorption.
B:
Treated XAD-2 (2-(hydroxymethyl) piperidine and toluene desorption.
C:
Silica gel and 95% ethanol desorption.
D:
Tenax and carbon tetrachloride desorption.
E:
OVS Sampler and toluene desorption.
F:
Charcoal and 5% methanol in methylene chloride.
G:
Treated GFF (1-(2 pyridyl) piperazine) and acetonitrile/dimethyl sulfoxide desorption.
U:
Universal Solvent GC Method.

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