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Standard methods for chromium speciation analysis


Existing standard methods for chromium speciation analysis

Application field
Cr(VI) in aqueous solution
US EPA 1636
Cr(VI) in natural or treated water
Cr(VI) in waterIC ASTM D-5257
Cr(VI) in water
US EPA 218.6
Cr(VI) in extracts and groundwater
coprecipitation, FAAS, GFAAS
US EPA 7195
Cr(VI) in extracts and groundwatercolorimetry
US EPA 7196A
Cr(VI) in workplace atmosphere alkaline extraction, colorimetryDE BGI 505-5
Cr(VI) in cementalkaline extraction, colorimetryEU CEN 196-10
Cr(VI) in soils, sludges and sedimentsalkaline extraction, colorimetry or ICUS EPA 3060 A
Cr(IV) in toysacidic extraction, colorimetryEU method EN 71, Part 3
Cr(VI) in workplace airUVNIOSH 7600
Cr(VI) in workplace air
NIOSH 7605
Cr(VI) in workplace air Field-Portable SpectrophotometryNIOSH 7703
Cr(VI) in settled dust
NIOSH 9101
Cr(VI) in chromium plating mist
Metal species in water, waste extractsspeciated IDMSUS EPA: 6800
NB!: Click on the reference number to reach the method via EVISA's Link Database

Related EVISA Resources

Brief summary: LC-ICP-MS - The most often used hyphenated system for speciation analysis
Link database: Methods for chromium determination

Related EVISA News

September 14, 2017: EU notifies WTO of change to chromium VI limit in toys
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September 10, 2009: Speciation Analysis - Striving for Quality
September 16, 2008: New method for the determination of hexavalent chromium in anti-corrosion coatings
November 8, 2006: Double spiking species-specific isotope dilution result calculations simplified
June 24, 2004: New method for measuring Cr(VI) in Leather

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