SLRS-5: River water reference material for trace metals

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Alternative titleSLRS-5 : Matériau de référence composé d’eau riveraine pour l’analyse des métaux-traces
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  1. National Research Council Canada. Measurement Science and Standards
SubjectCanadian reference material; SLRS-5; trace metals; river water
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PublisherNational Research Council Canada
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  1. Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement (GUM)
  2. An Approach to Combining Results From Multiple Methods Motivated by the ISO GUM
Referenced by
  1. Direct determination of niobium at the low nanogram level in mineral waters and freshwaters
  2. A compilation of silicon, rare earth element and twenty-one other trace element concentrations in the natural river water reference material SLRS-5 (NRC-CNRC)
  3. Selective hydride generation-cryotrapping-ICP-MS for arsenic speciation analysis at picogram levels: Analysis of river and sea water reference materials and human bladder epithelial cells
  4. Rare earth element analysis in natural waters by multiple isotope dilution-sector field ICP-MS
  5. SLRS-5 Elemental Concentrations of Thirty-Three Uncertified Elements Deduced from SLRS-5/SLRS-4 Ratios
  6. Miniaturized voltammetric stripping on screen printed gold electrodes for field determination of copper in atmospheric deposition
  7. Development of a solid phase extraction method for the multielement determination of trace metals in natural waters including sea-water by FI-ICP-MS
  8. Speciation of dissolved inorganic antimony in natural waters using liquid phase semi-microextraction combined with electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry
  9. Speciation of antimony(iii) and antimony(v) in seawater by flow injection solid phase extraction coupled with online hydride generation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
  10. High-yield UV-photochemical vapor generation of iron for sample introduction with inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry
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