Sampling & Analysis

Sulfuric Acid / CAS# 7664-93-9

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Sulfuric Acid [3] FEE PER SAMPLE: $67.00 COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: $33.00 METHOD: Mod. OSHA ID-165SG; IC
Interferences: particulate salts of H2SO4
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
Sulfuric acid FEE PER SAMPLE: $67.00 COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: METHOD: mod. OSHA ID-113; IC
To avoid low recovery of sulfuric acid, the filter must be transferred to a vial after sampling. The fee for each PPI sampler is US$30 in addition to the analysis fee. Interferences: particulate sulfates
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC COLLECTION MEDIUM:37MCE 0.8 with PPI Sampler ORDER NUMBER:PPI 225-5 VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS:480 L SAMPLING RATE:2 LPM LOQ:5 ug
Sulfuric Acid [3] FEE PER SAMPLE: $67.00 COMPATIBLE ANALYTES: $33.00 METHOD: Mod. OSHA ID-165SG; IC
Interferences: particulate salts of H2SO4
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE:IC COLLECTION MEDIUM:37PTFE 2.0 (wipe) ORDER NUMBER:225-1709 VOL. / TIME / AREA / MASS: -- SAMPLING RATE: -- LOQ:10 ug

Sulfuric Acid
Sampling & Analysis

Sulfuric Acid is a colorless oily liquid. It can also exist as ice- or fiber-like crystals or as a gas. It is used to make fertilizers, explosives, other acids, glue and other chemicals, in petroleum refining, in iron and steel production, and in lead-acid batteries used in many automotive vehicles.

Sulfuric Acid is a known human carcinogen.  It can be enter the body through inhalation, ingestion, or skin/eye contact.  It causes severe irritation of the eyes, skin, nose, and throat.  It can cause burns of the skin or inside the mouth, nose or throat.  It causes labored breathing and shortness of breath, coughing, vomiting, shock, collapse, a burning sensation behind the breastbone, and abdominal pain.  It can cause pulmonary edema, bronchitis, emphysema, and conjunctivitis.

 

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  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.
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** 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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