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    STP1618

    Detection Limits in Air Quality and Environmental Measurements

    Brisson Michael
    Published: 2019


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    Get the latest research on detection limits as applied to various fields of environmental measurements.

    With a focus on advancing the science of detection capability and understanding its concepts, this publication is a key resource for practitioners and policymakers. The 15 peer-reviewed papers are grouped into four subject areas:

    – overview and standards development activities
    – policy issues and mathematical basis
    – applications and recent developments
    – censored data

    This publication is dedicated to Dr. Harry L. Rook, a longtime ASTM member and past chair of ASTM International Committee D22 on Air Quality.


    Table of Contents

    Detecting the Detection Limit
    Thomas Bzik

    Fundamentals of the ASTM International Committee D22 Practice for Determination of the Detection Limit of a Well-Behaved Analytical Method
    Michael Brisson, Harry Rook

    Limits of Detection and Quantification in Analytical Chemistry: A Brief Overview of the Currie Protocol
    Harry Rook, Kevin Ashley

    ASTM E2677: International Standard on Limit of Detection for Trace Detectors—Explosives, Opioids, and Ozone
    R. Verkouteren, N. Heckert, Stefan Leigh, Edward Sisco, James Norris, Jeffrey Lawrence, Amber Burns

    Web-Based Calculator for ASTM E2677 Limits of Detection
    N. Heckert, R. Verkouteren, Keith Kwiatek

    Overview of Signal Detection Theory and Detection Limits
    Thomas Semkow, Xin Li, Liang Chu

    When Matrix Matters: A Case Study in Dirty Water and Clean Method Detection Limits
    Richard Burrows, Nancy Grams, John Davis, Louis Bull

    Impact of the Detection and Quantitation Limits on the Analytical Feasibility of Measuring the European Chemicals Agency Risk Assessment Committee’s Recommendations for Occupational Exposure Limit Values for Nickel and Its Compounds in the Workplace
    Steven Verpaele

    Handling Multiple Method Detection Limit Estimates: Which Statistical Estimate Should Be Reported?
    Thomas Bzik

    The Foundation for ASTM D6620, Standard Practice for Asbestos Detection Limit Based on Counts and Its Application as a Study Design Parameter
    Bertram Price

    Experimental Determination of Limits of Detection for Volatile Organic Compounds in Ambient Air Measured by Automatic Gas Chromatograph and Comparison with Reference Methods
    Sara Gutiérrez-Sama, Damien Bazin, Michel Robert, Franck Amiet

    Detection Limit for Ra-228 in Drinking Water by Gamma Spectrometry
    Thomas Semkow, Abdul Khan, Traci Menia, Xin Li, Liang Chu, Miguel Torres, Abdul Bari

    Censored Data and Statistics: How to Estimate Percentiles
    Anne Lotz, Justus Tulowietzki, Benjamin Kendzia, Tobias Weiß, Thomas Brüning, Thomas Behrens, Dirk Taeger

    Treatment of Non-Detects Can Lead to Inaccurate Forensic Conclusions
    Melanie Edwards, Jaana Pietari, Linda Cook, Paul Boehm

    Health Effects of Censored Elongated Mineral Particles: A Critical Review
    David Egilman, Joan Steffen, Triet Tran, Kate Clancy, Mark Rigler, William Longo


    Committee: D22

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1618-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7683-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7682-9


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