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    Waste Testing and Quality Assurance: Third Volume

    Friedman D
    Published: 1991

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    Third in a series, STP 1075 covers new technology, methods, and quality assurance procedures for waste management. Though the 429-page volume focuses on problems related to hazardous waste management and contaminated site cleanup, the methodology and practices are applicable to all forms of envionrmental monitoring and material characterization. For environmental lab directors and senior chemists in the enviornmental field.

    Table of Contents

    Evaluation of a Field-Portable Supercritical Fluid Extraction Apparatus for Rapid Characterization of Contaminated Soils

    An Evaluation and Comparison of the Photovac Tip II and HNu PI 101 Total Organic Vapor Analyzers

    The Automated Determination of Volatile Organic Contaminants in Ambient Air and/or Soil Gas by Gas Chromatography with Selective Detectors

    An Advanced Autosampling System for Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry

    Examples of the Use of an Advanced Mass Spectrometric Data Processing Environment for the Determination of Sources of Wastes

    Determination of OCDD and OCDF in Soils and Biological Samples by GC/ECD

    Headspace Screening/Capillary Column GC/MS Analysis for Volatile Organics: Validation Studies and Applications

    Analysis for N-Methylcarbamate Pesticides by High Performance Liquid Chromatography in Environmental Samples

    Evaluation of Sample Extract Cleanup Using Solid-Phase Extraction Cartridges

    Supercritical Fluid Extraction and its Application to Environmental Analysis

    The Application of Supercritical Fluid Capillary Chromatography to the Analysis of Appendix-VIII and IX Compounds

    Volatile Organic Sample Preservation for a Soil, Sediment or Waste

    Holding Times of Volatile Organics in Water

    A Comparison of the Performance Characteristics of Sorbent Column Packing Materials Used for Purgeable Organics Analysis

    A Case Study of the Use of the “Summa Canister” for Passive “Off-Gas” Vent Sampling and Analysis

    Report of an Interlaboratory Study Comparing EPA SW 846 Method 3050[1] and an Alternative Method from the California Department of Health Services

    Validation of a Microwave Digestion Method for Solid Wastes

    Leachability of Chemicals from Hazardous Waste Land Treatment Sites

    Evaluation of Leachability of Radium Contaminated Soil

    Geochemical Basis for Predicting Leaching of Inorganic Constituents from Coal-Combustion Residues

    Modification of the TCLP Procedure to Accommodate Monolithic Wastes

    Residual Fuel Oil as Potential Source of Groundwater Contamination

    Sampling Protocol Development for Hazardous Waste

    Quality Control in Field Sampling Methods

    Reporting Environmental Data of Known Quality

    The Definition and Classification of Hazardous Waste Matrices

    Early Warning Report: Automated Checking of QC Data

    Detection Limits: For Linear Calibration Curves with Increasing Variance and Multiple Future Detection Decisions

    Quality Assurance as Viewed by a Data User

    Committee: D18

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1075-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5159-8

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1294-0