United States
             Environmental Protection
             Agency
Off ice of Air Quality       EPA-450/4-91-001
Planning and Standards      October 1990
Research Triangle Park NC 27711  .,
             Air
v'/EPA
         1989 URBAN AIR TOXICS
         MONITORING PROGRAM

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                                        EPA-450/4-91-001
1989 URBAN AIR Toxics
 MONITORING PROGRAM
                    By


             Robert A. McAllister
              Wendy H. Moore
                JoaimRice
               Emily Bowles
              Dave-Paul Dayton
             Robert F. Jongleux
            Raymond G. Merrill, Jr.
               Joan T. Bursey

             Radian Corporation
        Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
            EPA Contract No. 68D80014
              EPA Contract Officers:

                Neil J. Berg, Jr.
       Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards

                    And
       Frank F. McElroy and Vinson L. Thompson
  Atmospheric Research And Exposure Assessment Laboratory
     Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards
           Office Of Air And Radiation
       U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
         Research Triangle Park, NC 27711
                                U.S. Environmental Protection Aeencv
                October 1990       Region 5, Library (PL-12J)
                                77 West Jackson Boulevard l?th ci
                                Chicago, !L  60604 3590    h Floqr

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This report has been reviewed by the Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards, U. S. Environmental
Protection Agency, and has been approved for publication as received from the contractor. Approval does
not signify that the contents necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Agency, neither does mention
of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
                                      EPA-450/4-91-001

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                            TABLE  OF  CONTENTS
Section                                                              Page
      List of Figures	     iv
      List of Tables	     vi
      Symbols and Abbreviations 	     ix
1.0   SUMMARY	    1-1
2.0   INTRODUCTION	    2-1
3.0   URBAN AIR TOXICS TECHNICAL  NOTES   	    3-1
      3.1   Sampling Equipment  	    3-1
      3.2   Sample  Preseason  Preparation  and Certification   .  .  .    3-4
      3.3   Sample  Interface  System  	    3-5
      3.4   Calibration Standards Generation  	    3-5
      3.5   Analysis  . .'	    3-9
            3.5.1   GC/MD  Instrumentation   	    3-9
            3.5.2   GC/MS  Instrumentation   	    3-9
      3.6   Canister Cleanup	3-13
4.0   RESULTS	    4-1
      4.1   Data Summary	    4-1
            4.1.1   Overall  Data Summary  by Compound	    4-3
            4.1.2   Site Specific  Overall  Data Summary	    4-5
      4.2   Precision	    4-21
      4.3   Accuracy	    4-27
      4.4   GC/MS  Compound Identification Confirmation
               Results	    4-33
      4.5   Sample Completeness  	    4-33
      4.6   Calibration Results  	    4-37
      4.7   Canister Pressure 	    4-37
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                      TABLE  OF  CONTENTS  (Continued)
Section                                                              Page
5.0   DISCUSSION	                        5-1
      5.1   Concentration Distributions 	    5-1
      5.2   Correlation of Compound Concentrations   	    5-9
      5.3   Ratios of Compound Concentrations  	    5-24
6.0   RECOMMENDATIONS	    6-1
      6.1   Canister  Pressure  and Elapsed Time Acceptance
              Criteria	    6-1
      6.2   Canister  Cleanup Study   	    6-1
      6.3   Instrument Detection Limit  Study   	    6-1
      6.4   Additional Target  Compounds 	    6-1
      6.5   Presampling Canister Data  	    6-2
7.0   REFERENCES	:    7-1
APPENDICES
APPENDIX A: Urban  Air Toxics Monitoring Program  Site Data
               Summaries for GC/MD Analyses   	     Al
APPENDIX B: Urban  Air Toxics Monitoring Program  AIRS Site  Data  .     Bl
APPENDIX C: Urban  Air Toxics Monitoring Program  Concentration
               Correlation Graphs   	     Cl
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                             LIST  OF  FIGURES
Figure                                                              Pass
3-1   Perspective view of UATMP sampler	   3-2
3-2   Sampling assembly for the UATMP	   3-3
3-3   Gas chromatographic multidetector system   	   3-6
3-4   Interface sample valve configuration   	   3-7
3-5   Dynamic flow dilution apparatus 	   3-8
3-6   UATMP multiple detector configuration  	   3-11
3-7   Canister cleanup apparatus   	   3-14
5-1   Stem-and-leaf plot of 1,1,1-trichloroethane  	   5-2
5-2   Stem-and-leaf plot of carbon tetrachloride   	   5-3
5-3   Stem-and-leaf plot of toluene	   5-4
5-4   Stem-and-leaf plot of styrene/o-xylene  	   5-5
5-5   Stem-and-leaf plot of m,p-xylene   	   5-6
5-6   Stem-and-leaf plot of ethylbenzene   	   5-7
5-7   Stem-and-leaf plot of benzene	   5-8
5-8   Pearson correlation matrix  for BRLA	   5-10
5-9   Pearson correlation matrix  for C4IL	   5-11
5-10  Pearson correlation matrix  for CANJ	   5-12
5-11  Pearson correlation matrix  for DLTX	   5-13
5-12  Pearson correlation matrix  for FLFL	   5-14
5-13  Pearson correlation matrix  for H1TX	   5-15
5-14  Pearson correlation matrix  for MIFL	   5-16
5-15  Pearson correlation matrix  for S2MO	   5-17
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                       LIST OF FIGURES (Continued)
Figure                                                               Page
5-16  Pearson correlation matrix for  SAIL	   5-18
5-17  Pearson correlation matrix for  W1DC	   5-19
5-18  Pearson correlation matrix for  W2DC	   5-20
5-19  Pearson correlation matrix for  W1KS	   5-21
5-20  Pearson correlation matrix for  W2KS	   5-22
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                             LIST OF TABLES
Table                                                                Pagi
1-1   1989 Urban Air Toxics Monitoring  Program Sites   	   1-2
1-2   1989 UATMP Estimated  Instrument Detection Limits,
        GC/MD and GC/MS	   1-3
1-3   1989 UATMP Compound  Identifications  with GC/MD  for

3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2

4-3
4-4

4-5

4-6

4-7

4-8

4-9

4-10

4-11

All Sites 	
1989 UATMP GC/MD Operating Conditions 	
1989 UATMP GC/MS Operating Conditions 	
1989 UATMP Ambient Air Samples and Analyses 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for All Sites 	
1989 UATMP Frequency of Occurrence of Target Compounds . .
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for BRLA 	 	 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for C4IL 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for CANJ 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for DLTX 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for FLFL 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for H1TX 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for MIFL 	
1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
for PEFL 	
1-4
3-10
3-12
4-2

4-4
4-6

4-7

4-8

4-9

4-10

4-11

4-12

4-13

4-14
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                       LIST OF TABLES (Continued)
Table                                                               Page
4-12  1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with G
        for S2MO  ........................   4-15
4-13  1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
        for SAIL  ........................   4-16
4-14  1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
        for W1DC  ........................   4-17
4-15  1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MO
        for W2DC  ........................   4-18
4-16  1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
        for W1KS  ........................   4-19
4-17  1989 UATMP Compound Identifications with GC/MD
        for W2KS  ........................   4-20
4-18  1989 UATMP Overall Precision  for  Replicate  Pairs   .....   4-22
4-19  1989 UATMP Replicate  Statistics by Compound ........   4-23
4-20  1989 UATMP Replicate  Statistics  ...... .........   4-24
4-21  1989 UATMP Overall Precision  for  Duplicate  Pairs   .....   4-25
4-22  1989 UATMP Duplicate  Statistics by Compound ........   4-26
4-23  1989 UATMP Duplicate  Statistics  ..............    4-28
4-24  1989 UATMP GC/MD Audits ..................    4-29
4-25  1989 UATMP GC/MS Audits ..................    4-31
4-26  1989 UATMP Compound  Identification Confirmation ......    4-34
4-27   1989 UATMP Completeness ..................    4-35
4-28   1989 UATMP  Invalidated Samples  ..............    4-36
4-29   1989 UATMP  Calibration Data for Flame lonizaticn
         Detector   ........................    4-38
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                       LIST OF TABLES  (Continued)
Table                                                                Page
4-30  1989 UATMP Calibration Data  for  Photoionization
        Detector	    4-39
4-31  1989 UATMP Calibration Data  for  Electron  Capture
        Detector	    4-40
4-32  1989 UATMP Canister  Pressures After  Sampling   	    4-42
5-1   1989 UATMP Ratios  for Benzene, Toluene,  and Xylenes
        to Ethyl benzene	    5-25
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                        SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS
AC, A.C., or
      a.c.
A/D
ADELTA
AIRS
a.m.
Apr
AREAL
Laboratory
Aug

BRLA
BTX

C4IL
Cal., or
   Calib.
CANJ
cm

DLTX
DNPH
Dup.

e
ECD
EPA

F
FID
FLFL

GC/ECD
GC/FID
GC/MD
GC/MS

H
H1TX
Hi-Vol
Hg
HPLC
Hr

i.d.
ID
IDL
in.
INST.
area counts, generated from a gas chromatograph
analog to digital
absolute value of DELTA
Aerometric Information Retrieval System
ante meridiem
April
Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment

August

Baton Rouge, Louisiana (AIRS No. 22-033-0004)
benzene, toluene, m/p-xylene

Chicago, IL (AIRS No. 17-031-0060)

calibration
Camden, NO  (AIRS No. 34-007-0003)
centimeter

Dallas, Texas (AIRS No. 48-113-0069)
di ni trophenylhydrazi ne
duplicate

base of natural  logarithm, 2.71828...
electron capture detector
United States Environmental Protection Agency

Friday
flame  ionization detector
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (AIRS  No.  12-011-1003)

gas chromatograph/electron capture  detector
gas chromatograph/flame ionization  detector
gas chromatograph/multiple detector
gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer

high level  of confidence
Houston, Texas  (AIRS No. 48-201-1034)
High-Volume  (filter)
mercury
high performance liquid chromatography
hour

inside diameter
identification
instrument  detection limit
inches
instrument
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Jul               July
Jim               June

L                 liter
L                 low level of confidence
Lpm               liters per minute

m                 meter
M                 medium level of confidence
MAX               maximum
mb                megabyte
MDL               method detection limit
MID               multiple  ion detection
MIFL              Miami, Florida (AIRS No.  12-025-4002)
MIN               minimum
min.              minute
ml                mill il Her
mm                millimeter

NC                North Carolina
NMOC              Nonmethane  organic  compound
No.               Number

Oct               October
o.d.              outside  diameter
Off.              Office
 PDFID             cryogenic preconcentration and direct flame ionization

                     detection
 PEFL              Pensacola, Florida (AIRS No. 12-033-0004)
 PID               photoionization detector
 p.m.              post meridiem
 ppb               parts per billion
 ppbv              parts per billion by volume
 ppm               parts per million
 ppmC              parts per million by volume as carbon
 ppmv              parts per million by volume
 psi               pounds (force) per square inch
 psig              pounds (force) per square inch gauge

 QA                quality assurance
 QAD               Quality Assurance Division  (EPA)
 QAPP              Quality Assurance Project Plan
 QC                quality control

 RT                retention time
 RTP               Research Triangle Park
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S2MO              St. Louis, Missouri (AIRS No. 29-510-0072)
SAIL              Sauget, Illinois (AIRS No. 17-163-1010)
SAROAD            Storage and Retrieval of Aerometric Data
Sep               September
SOP               standard operating procedure
STD               standard deviation

T                 Tuesday

UATMP             Urban Air Toxics Monitoring Program
U.S.              United States
W1DC              Washington, DC  (AIRS No.  11-001-0025)
W1KS              Wichita, Kansas (AIRS No. 20-173-0010)
W2DC              Washington, DC  (AIRS No.  11-001-0039)
W2KS              Wichita, Kansas (AIRS No. 20-173-0007)
W                 Wednesday

"C                degrees Celsius
°F                degrees Fahrenheit
%CV               percent coefficient of variation
%Diff             percent difference
                  microgram per  standard cubic  meter (at  25*C and  1.0
                     atmosphere)
                  micrometer
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                                  1.0 SUMMARY

      The Urban Air Toxics Monitoring Program (UATMP) was developed in 1987 by
the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA).  The data
discussed in this report are from the analyses of samples collected during the
1989 program, from January 1989 through January 1990.  During the 1989
program, 397 valid samples were collected in 6-liter (L) SUMMA*-treated
canisters.  These samples were collected from 14 sites in the United States
every 12 days, for a 24-hour collection period.
      Table 1-1 lists the 1989 UATMP sites, along with the EPA Region, the
city in which the site is located, the Radian site code, the site numbers of
the Storage and Retrieval of Aerometric Data (SAROAD)  set, and the Aerometric
Information Retrieval System (AIRS) number for the site.  Six of the 1989
sites also participated  in the 1988 UATMP: MIFL, C4IL, SAIL, DLTX, H1TX, and
BRLA.
      UATMP canister samples were analyzed by a gas chromatograph/multiple
detector  (GC/MD) system  for 38 target organic compounds.  The estimated
instrument detection limits (IDLs) for each of the 38  compounds are listed in
Table 1-2.  A portion of the samples were also analyzed using a gas
chromatograph/mass spectrometer (GC/MS) as identification confirmation of the
GC/MD results.  The estimated  IDLs for GC/MS are also  listed in Table 1-2.
These estimated  IDLs were used as guidelines for precision and quantitation
only.   Data were not excluded  as  a result of being below the estimated IDL.
      Table  1-3  presents summary  statistics for the  1989 UATMP compound
identifications  pooled for all the sites.  Compound  identifications and
quantitation  included all cases in which  identification criteria of retention
time and  detector  response ratio(s) were  met, regardless of whether the
compound  concentration was above  or below the  IDLs given in Table  1-2.
Several  target compounds were  identified  in 100% of  the samples analyzed--
benzene,  toluene,  m/p-xylene,  styrene/o-xylene, and  ethylbenzene.  Carbon
tetrachloride  and  1,1,1-trichloroethane were  identified in 99.5% of the
samples analyzed.  The frequency  of occurrence of target compounds dropped to
44.1% for tetrachloroethylene, and 40.3%  for  1,3-butadiene.  The remainder of
the  target  compounds were identified less frequently.
      The concentration  ranges for target compounds, presented  in  Table  1-3  as
minima  and  maxima, ranged from 0.01 parts per  billion  by volume  (ppbv) to

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         TABLE 1-1.   1989  URBAN  AIR TOXICS MONITORING PROGRAM  SITES
EPA
Region
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
City
Camden, NJ
Washington, DC
Washington, DC
Miami, FL
Ft. lauderdale, FL
Pensacola, FL
Chicago, IL
Sauget, IL
Dallas, TX
Houston, TX
Baton Rouge, LA
Wichita, KS
Wichita, KS
St. Louis, MO
Radian
Site Code
CANJ
W1DC
W2DC
MIFL
FLFL.
PEFL
C4IL
SAIL
DLTX
H1TX
BRLA
W1KS
W2KS
S2MO
SAROAD
Number
31-0720-003
09-0020-025
09-0020-039
10-2700-002
10-1260-003
10-3540-004
14-1220-060
14-6900-010
45-1310-069
45-2560-034
19-0280-004
17-3740-010
17-3740-009
26-4280-072
AIRS
Numoer
34-007-0003
11-001-0025
11-001-0039
12-025-4002
12-011-1003
12-033-0004
17-031-0060
17-163-1010
48-113-0069
48-201-1034
22-033-0004
20-173-0010
20-173-0007
29-510-0072
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TABLE 1-2.  1989 UATMP ESTIMATED INSTRUMENT DETECTION LIMITS, GC/MD AND GC/MS
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
1,3 -Butadiene
Vinyl chloride
Chloromethane
Chloroethane
Bromomethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans- 1 , 2-Di chl oroethyl ene
1,1-Di chl oroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochl oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-Di chloroethane
Benzene
Tri chl oroethyl ene
1, 2-Di chl oropropane
Bromodichl oromethane
trans-l,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
ci s- 1 , 3-Di chl oropropyl ene
1 , 1 , 2-Trichl oroethane
Tetrachl oroethyl ene
Di bromochl oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene
o-Xylene
Bromoform
1,1,2 , 2-Tetrachl oroethane
m-Di chlorobenzene
p-Di chlorobenzene
c-Di chlorobenzene
GC/MD
ppbv
1.00
0.10
0.10
0.20
0.20
0.10
0.20
0.11
0.04
0.04
0.06
0.003
0.006
0.001
0.001
0.04
0.04
0.004
0.04
0.001
0.04
0.02
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.07
0.001
0.02
0.02
0.04
0.02
0.02
0.001
0.002
0.02
0.09
0.02
GC/MS'
ppbv
b
0.40
0.57
0.43
0.56
0.38
0.25
0.31
0.39
0.53
0.57
0.48
0.27
0.70
0.37
0.59
0.34
0.37
0.44
0.22
0.50
0.50
0.29
0.80
0.22
0.32
0.25
0.57
0.72
0.46
0.46
0.39
0.27
0.37
0.28
0.56
0.37
   GC/MS  operated  in  the  multiple  ion  detection  (MID)  mode  using  a
   512-miTMliter (mL) sample, twice the volume of GC/MD samples.
   Below  GC/MS scan  range.
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   TABLE  1-3.    1989 UATMP  COMPOUND  IDENTIFICATIONS WITH  GC/MD  FOR ALL SITES
Cases'
Compound No.
Acetylene
Propylene
1.3-Butadiene
Vinyl chloride
Chloromethane
Chi oroethane
Bromomethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-l,2-01ch1oroethylene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chi oroprene
Bromochl oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 -Tri chl oroethane
Carbon tetrachlonde
1.2-Oichl oroethane
Benzene
Tri chl oroethy 1 ene
1,2-01 chl oropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
t-1.3-0ichloropropylene
Tol uene
n-Octane
n-Octane/trans-
1 , 3-di chl oropropy 1 ene
cis-l,3-Dichloropropylene
1,1.2-Trichl oroethane
Tet rachl oroethy 1 ene
Oi bromochl oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-xylene
Bromoform
1.1.2. 2-Tetrachl oroethane
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p-Di chl orobenzene
o-Oi chl orobenzene
52
51
160
7
2
18
9
35
14
12
120
6
56
395
395
7
397
174
90
14
7
397
48

36
13
76
175
1
98
397
397
397
2
13
63
153
78
%
Freq
13.
12.
40.
1.
0.
4.
2.
8.
3.
3.
30.
1.
14.
99.
99.
1.
100.
43.
22.
3.
1.
100.
12.

9.
3.
b
l
8
3
8
5
5
3
a
5
0
2
5
1
5
5
8
0
8
7
5
,8
0
.1

.1
,3
19.1
44,
.1
0.3
24
.7
100.0
100
100
0,
3
15
38
19
.0
.0
.5
.2
.9
.5
.6
Min.
ppbv
0.45
0.07
0.04
0.35
0.03
0.03
0.03
1.06
0.03
0.03
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.18
0.11
0.04
0.05
0.01
0.04
0.02
0.02
0.08
0.02

0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.09
0.03
0.02
0.03
0.01
0.02
0.01
Max.
ppbv
36.82
72.76
4.78
48.89
12.10
0.47
2.92
17.26
2.06
0.48
4.91
0.16
80.76
65.57
1.78
0.21
27.66
5.60
3.63
0.11
0.45
217.89
4.46

1.22
1.30
4.08
5.81
0.02
11.72
9.77
50.50
16.61
0.03
0.75
1.08
15.72
2.85
Mean'
ppbv
6.17
7.75
0.46
7.76
6.06
0.19
0.63
6.27
0.59
0.14
0.31
0.08
1.71
1.14
0.19
0.08
1.96
0.55
0.76
0.05
0.11
4.56
0.34

0.19
0.29
0.29
0.35
0.02
0.49
0.57
3.16
1.09
0.02
0.16
0.12
0.75
0.21
Mean*
ppbv
1.
1.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
1.
0.
0.
1.
0.
0.
0.
0.
4.
0.

24
04
21
24
13
06
11
60
04
02
11
003
24
13
19
02
96
24
19
002
02
56
05

0.04
0.03
0.07
0.18
0.001
0.
0.
3.
,13
,57
.16
1.09
0.
0.
,001
,01
0.03
0.32
0,
.05
Mean* Medi an
ppbv ppov
0.81
1.00
0.18
0.14
0.03
0.01
0.01
0.55
0.02
0.004
0.09
0.001
0.24
1.13
0.19
0.001
1.96
0.24
0.17
0.002
0.002
4.56
0.04

0.02
0.01
0.06
0.16
0.0001
0.12
0.57
3.16
1.09
0.0001
0.01
0.02
0.29
0.04
2.55
5.37
0.27
0.59
6.06
0.15
0.11
4.98
0.20
0.08
0.12
0.08
0.18
0.50
0.15
0.06
1.38
0.23
0.48
0.05
0.05
2.50
0.15

0.11
0.23
0.04
0.20
0.02
0.20
0.36
1.95
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       'A total  of 397 samples were analyzed by GC/MO.
       'Percent  of the total samples analyzed in which the compound was identified.
       'The arithmetic average concentration of all cases in which the compound was identified.
       'The arithmetic average concentration of all samples, using half the IOL value for samples in which
         the  compound was  not  identified.
       The arithmetic average concentration of all samples, using zero for samples in which the compound
         was not identified.
       'The standard  deviation (STD) of all cases  in which the compound was identified.
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217.89 ppbv.  The maximum overall concentration of 217.89 ppbv was for
toluene.  Nine compounds had maximum concentrations below 1.0 ppbv.  Table  1-3
also gives the medians, standard deviations, and three types of means, or
averages, for the target compounds.  Column six of Table 1-3 lists the mean,
or the arithmetic average concentration, for each compound  identified in each
sample.  In the next column, the mean is calculated using one-half the IDL
(Table 1-2) for samples in which the compound was not identified.  Finally,
column eight of Table  1-3 gives the mean concentrations, using zero  for
samples in which the compound was not identified.
         Although concentrations of air toxic pollutants have been shown to be
approximately lognormally distributed1"3,  arithmetic averages (or means)  have
been used in this study.  Means calculated  in columns seven and eight may be
viewed as annual means, because the overall time period of  the data  span about
one year.  Standard deviations given in Table 1-3 are calculated  using only
the cases in which the compound was identified.
         Analytical precision was measured  in terms of percent coefficient  of
variation (% CV) for repeated analyses of the same sample,  and ranged from
-23.1% to 41.8%, averaging  -0.44 percent.   Sampling and analysis  precision  was
determined from analyses of duplicate samples.  Percent CV  for duplicates
ranged from -14.1% to  57.9%, averaging -0.62 percent.
         Accuracy was  determined from six external audits conducted  by the
Quality Assurance Division  (QAD) of the Atmospheric Research and  Environmental
Assessment Laboratory  (AREAl) of the USEPA.  The average bias calculated for
each audited compound, ranged from -14.6% for ethyl benzene  and bromomethane,
to 21.5% for methylene chloride.  The overall average bias  for all audited
compounds was -1.2 percent.  Compound concentrations  in the audit samples
ranged from about 2 to 8 ppbv.
         About 15% of  the UATMP  samples were analyzed by GC/MS to confirm the
GC/MD  analyses.  Identifications were confirmed if both GC/MD and GC/MS
identified, or did not identify, the compound.  GC/MS confirmed 94.1% of the
GC/MD  results in the 1989 UATMP  sample analyses.
         The replicate and  duplicate precision results, along with the audit
bias results for determining accuracy, reflect the quality  of the data
presented in this report.   The high percentage of GC/MS confirmed results
indicates the reliability and the representativeness  of the compound
identifications and concentrations reported for UATMP.
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                               2.0   INTRODUCTION

      The UATMP was developed In 1987 to help state and local agencies
determine if an air toxics problem existed and, if one existed, what was the
nature and extent of it.  Data from the UATMP are used in risk assessment
models associated with toxic organic compounds.  From its origin, the UATMP
has been regarded as a screening program.  That is, to assess the kinds of
metals and organic compounds, and their relative concentrations, which may be
in urban atmospheres.  Because there may be hundreds of these substances in
urban environments, and because it is not possible to measure all of them in
small samples, the UATMP was deliberately structured to confine analysis of
the samples to a limited number of compounds which were of special concern to
health professionals.
      Nonmethane organic compound (NMOC) and 3-hour air toxics monitoring
programs for 1989 are companion programs to UATMP.  Sampling for the NMOC and
3-hour air toxics monitoring programs began on June 6, 1989, and completed on
September 29,  1989.  The results of the NMOC and 3-hour air toxics monitoring
programs are presented  in a  separate report.1
      The UATMP consists of  three analytical fractions:  filter samples to be
analyzed for selected metals and benzo(a)pyrene, dinitrophenylhydrazine (DNPH)
cartridges samples for  collection of carbonyl compounds, and canister samples
to be analyzed for 38 gaseous  organic compounds.  The DNPH cartridges are also
called "aldehyde cartridges,"  although both aldehydes (formaldehyde and
acetaldehyde)  and a  ketone  (acetone) are quantitatively derivatized.
Throughout the remainder of  this report, the DNPH cartridges will be referred
to as the aldehyde cartridges.  The results from canister samples will be
presented and  discussed  in this report.  The results from the aldehyde
cartridge samples and the high-volume (Hi-Vol) filter samples will be
presented in separate reports.
      The samples for each  analytical fraction were collected simultaneously,
i.e., timers were programmed to start Hi-Vol filters, to start  pumps that draw
air  through cartridges  that  trap carbonyl compounds, and to  open  a valve to
start the canister sampling—all beginning  at midnight on each  scheduled day.
Samples  were collected  from  January  16,  1989, through January 23,  1990, on a
12-day cycle,  for the 1989  UATMP.   Hi-Vol filter samples were sent by site
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UATMP 6-L canisters were returned to Radian's Research Triangle Park  (RTF),
NC, laboratory.  The aldehyde cartridges were transported to the U.S.  EPA  for
analysis, and the UATMP samples were analyzed by Radian.
       Section 3.0 presents the descriptions of the UATMP fie id sampling
equipment, the GC/MD and GC/MS analytical equipment, the standards  preparation
apparatus, and the canister cleanup system.  Section 4.0 summarizes the
analytical results obtained for the 1989 UATMP, and Section 5.0 discusses  the
data characterizations for the UATMP results.  Section 6.0 gives
recommendations for future programs, and Section 7.0 provides  the  references
cited.
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                    3.0  URBAN AIR TOXICS TECHNICAL NOTES

      This section presents descriptions of the equipment and procedures used
in the 1989 UATMP.  The sampling equipment,  sample interface, analytical
systems, compound identification and confirmation procedures, calibration
standard generation apparatus, and the canister cleaning system are detailed
in this section.
3.1   SAMPLING EQUIPMENT
      A perspective view of the UATMP sampler is given in Figure 3-1, and
Figure 3-2 shows the detailed layout of the sample lines, flow controller, and
the other components of the UATMP sampler.  The sampler was designed to obtain
a 24-hour integrated ambient air sample in an evacuated stainless steel
canister.  Separate sample lines are used for the ambient air sample and for
the aldehyde sample cartridges.  The aldehyde sample lines are heated from the
inlet to the aldehyde cartridges.
      The aldehyde sample cartridges were prepared by an EPA Mobile Source
Branch on-site contractor and sent to Radian Corporation's RTP laboratory for
shipment to the UATMP sites.  Each aldehyde cartridge was given a unique
serial number.  Three cartridges, one blank and two duplicates, were enclosed
with each canister sent to the sites.  After ambient air sample collection was
complete, site operators returned the aldehyde cartridges to the Radian
laboratory in the canister shipment container along with sample canisters and
sample custody records.  The aldehyde cartridges were transferred to the
U.S. EPA AREAL for analysis.  The aldehyde results have been reported in a
separate report.
      The UATMP samplers were set to begin drawing air at a flow rate of
150 mL/minute (min.) through the sample inlet and sample lines about six hours
before the air was directed into the evacuated sample canister(s).  This
procedure ensured that once the flow in the sample line was directed into the
canister, the sample line had been well conditioned with ambient air.  The
sample flow rate  into the 6-L canister was controlled at approximately
3.5 mL/min.  The  resulting pressure in the canister after 24 hours was
approximately 1.0 to 5.0 inches (in.) mercury (Hg) vacuum.  Section 4.7
presents and discusses the actual canister pressure distribution after the
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operated on a slip-stream approach with the canister under vacuum (about
29.72 in. Hg vacuum) to avoid potential contamination from the pump.
3.2   SAMPLER PRESEASON PREPARATION AND CERTIFICATION
      The UATMP samplers were cleaned and prepared for deployment to the field
sites prior to the 1990 season.  The samplers used in the 1988 program were
returned from the field sites to the Radian RTP laboratory for refurbishment.
The refurbishment involved cleaning and extensive checks of the electrical and
mechanical components of the sampler.  Any worn or damaged parts were
replaced.  The samplers were then reassembled and leak checked.  Flow rates
for the  aldehyde and canister subsystems were checked against a primary flow
standard.
      All samplers were cleaned through an extended purge with humidified  zero
air following the TO-14 procedure for  humid zero air certification.4  Because
of the large air volume required to purge the samplers, a temporary dedicated
zero certification manifold was utilized.  After the samplers were prepared
and purged,  a final  analysis of the humid zero purge air was performed  to
serve as part of the permanent record  of any residual contaminant  levels  for
the UATMP target compounds.  Background levels from zero air and the  canister
were measured and subtracted from the  certification samples collected through
each sampler unit.   All analyses were  performed on the GC/MD analytical  system
dedicated to the UATMP  program.   Each  sampler collected a 24-hour  sample  in
 its  standard operating  mode  from  the zero  air manifold.
      Acceptance criteria  for  the cleaned  and blanked canisters  used  for  the
 sampler  zero check  were approximately  0.2  ppbv per target compound or the
 compound IDL, whichever was  higher.  The majority of the  samplers  deployed to
 the  field met  the  criteria of  0.2 ppbv per target analyte and  25 ppbv total
 for  all  species  as  measured  by the  flame  ionization  detector  (FID) of the
 GC/MD  analytical  system.   The  total  of 25  ppbv was based  on  total  area counts,
 including target  compounds arbitrarily using  an  average  response factor of
 0.001  ppbv/area  count.   Some of the samplers  exhibited  residual  peaks that
 were attributed  to acetonitrile contamination  from  the  aldehyde subsystem.
 Because the residual peak(s) did not interfere with  the  UATMP target analytes,
 field  deployment was recommended and implemented by  the  project team.
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3.3   SAMPLE INTERFACE SYSTEM
      Figure 3-3 shows the UATMP GC/MD system that includes the Sample
Interface System, the Analytical System, and the Data System.  Figure 3-4
diagrams the sample valve configurations of the interface system.  The upper
half of Figure 3-4 shows the configuration of the interface system valve for
the loading of sample through Trap 1 in which the organic compounds  in the
sample are condensed  (trapped) by flowing through a 1/8-in. stainless steel
glass-head-filled trap that is immersed in liquid argon.  The lower  half of
Figure 3-4 shows the  sample interface system valve in the position for
injecting the cryogenically trapped sample onto the column in the GC/MD.   In
the latter mode, the  argon is removed from around the trap, and the  trap is
heated to about  200 degress eel si us (*C).
      The sample interface withdraws a constant sample volume of 256 ml from
the sample canister and preconcentrates the sample by cryogenic trapping (see
Load Trap 1 in Figure 3-4).  Following sample preconcentration, the  eight-port
sampling valve is placed in the  inject position (Inject Trap 1 in Figure 3-4)
and the sample trap is rapidly heated.  Helium carrier gas transports the
trapped sample directly onto the column.
       Initial calibration of the GC/MD system showed that the sample interface
system provides  a consistent sample volume with a precision  (percent
coefficiency of  variation, % CV) of less than 3.0 percent.
3.4    CALIBRATION STANDARDS GENERATION
       Calibration standards were generated with a dynamic flow dilution
apparatus shown  in  Figure 3-5.   The flow dilution system uses vendor-certified
gases  (±5%) and  dilutes them with zero-grade air that has been routed through
a  catalytic oxidizer  and then humidified with HPLC-grade water.  The gases are
mixed  in a SUMMA*-treated mixing sphere prior to flowing into an evacuated
canister.  One dilution stream  of the zero-grade air is routed through a
SUMMA«-treated  bubbler containing HPLC-grade water to humidify it, and the
other  stream  is  not humidified.  The dilution air streams are then brought
together for mixing with the streams from three certified standard cylinders.
Flow  rates  from  all streams are  gauged  and controlled by mass flow
controllers.  The split air dilution streams are metered by  wet  and  dry
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rotameters from the humidified and unhumidified dilution air streams,
respectively.  The lines and the mixing flask containing the diluted gases are
heated to 100'C to prevent condensation of liquids on the surfaces and to
reduce adsorption of organic compounds on the surfaces.
      The system is evacuated with a vacuum pump while the closed canister is
connected.  A precision absolute pressure gauge measures the canister pressure
before and after filling.  The lines leading to the canister and to the mixing
sphere are flushed for at least 15 minutes with the diluted standard gases
before being connected to the canister for filling.
3.5   ANALYSIS
      UATMP  samples are analyzed for 38 target compounds by the GC/MD system.
Having simultaneous detector responses from the electron caputre detector
(ECD), photoionization detector (PID), and the FID allows the  analyst to
identify  target compounds with greater accuracy.  Quantitation is done
primarily using the FID response,  although the ECD is  used for quantitation  of
most  halogenated compounds.  About  15% of the 1989 UATMP samples were also
analyzed  for compound  identification confirmation by GC/MS, operating in the
MID mode.
3.5.1 GC/MD  Instrumentation
      The gas  chromatograph  used with the multiple detector system  is a
VARIAN 3700.   The  operating  conditions for the GC/MD system are given in
Table 3-1.   Figure 3-6 shows  the multiple detector system arrangement.
The oven  of  the gas chromatograph,  which contains the  DB-624  capillary column,
 is cooled to -30*C with  liquid  nitrogen  at the beginning of the  sample
 injection.   The  -30*C  temperature  remains constant for one minute,  and then
 the temperature  is increased at the rate of  3*C  per minute, to a  final
 temperature  of 200*C.   The  column  effluent  is  routed through  a 1:10 fixed
 splitter that  divides  the flow  to  the  ECD and  the  PID/FID.  The  smaller  gas
 stream  from  the  splitter goes  to  the ECD, and  the  larger  fraction  goes  first
 to the  PID  and then the  FID.
 3.5.2 GC/MS  Instrumentation
       A  total  of 53 UATMP samples  were  analyzed  by GC/MS  using a  FINNIGAN  4500
 operating primarily in the  MID  mode.   The GC/MS  operating  conditions are given
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             TABLE  3-1.   1989  UATMP  GC/MD  OPERATING  CONDITIONS
     Parameter
          Operating Value
     Sample Volume
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          225-C
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compounds when an Interference was suspected or apparent.  The MID mode was
used for all other confirmation analyses.
3.6   CANISTER CLEANUP
      The sample canister cleanup system used for the 1989 UATMP  is the same
as the one described in the 1989 NMOC and 1989 UATMP Quality Assurance Project
Plans (QAPPs)2-3 and  the 1989 NMOC Monitoring Program.1   The canister cleanup
apparatus diagram is shown  in Figure 3-7.
      To clean the UATMP canisters, a bank  of eight canisters  is  connected to
each manifold  shown in Figure 3-7.  The valve on each canister is opened, with
the shutoff valves and the  bellows valves closed.  The  vacuum  pump is started
and one of the bellows valves is opened, drawing a vacuum on the  canisters
connected to the corresponding manifold.  After reaching 5-mm  Hg  absolute
pressure as indicated  on the absolute pressure gauge, the vacuum  is maintained
for 30 minutes.  The bellows valve is then  closed.  Next, air  that has been
filtered, dried, and cleaned, and then humidified at about 80% humidity is
introduced to  the evacuated canisters until  the pressure reaches  20 pounds
(force) per square  inch gauge (psig).  The  canisters are filled from the clean
air system at  the rate of  12.0 L/min.  This flow rate is the result of
6.0 L/min. passing  through  each  catalytic oxidizer.  A  flow rate  of 6.0 L/min.
is recommended by the  manufacturer as the highest flow  rate at which the
catalytic oxidizers eliminate hydrocarbons  with a minimum 99.7% efficiency.
      When the first manifold has completed the evacuation phase  and is being
pressurized, the second manifold  is then subjected to vacuum by opening its
bellows valve.  After  15 min., the second manifold  is isolated from the vacuum
and connected  to the cleaned, dried, and then humidified air.  The first
manifold of canisters  is then taken through a second cycle of  evacuation and
pressurization.  Each  manifold bank of eight canisters  is subjected to these
cleanup cycles.
      During the third vacuum/pressurization cycle,  the canisters are
pressurized to 20 psig with air  that has been filtered, dried, cleaned, and
then  humidified  air.   Each  UATMP canister  is blanked by the cryogenic
preconcentration and direct flame  ionization detection  (PDFID) method.   If  the
total NMOC  determined  by PDFID is  less than 0.020 parts per million by volume
as  carbon  (ppmC), the  eight canisters on the manifold are considered clean.

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Finally, the canisters are again evacuated to 5-mm Hg pressure absolute,
capped under vacuum, and packed into containers to be shipped to  the  field
sites.
      The UATMP canisters were designated from the start of the program  for a
specific site.  UATMP canisters from a given site are returned after  analysis
and cleanup to the same site for the next sample.
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                                 4.0 RESULTS

4.1   DATA SUMMARY
      This section summarizes the GC/MD analytical results.  Data for each
sample, including site code, sample date, compounds identified, concentrations
for each identified compound, and the identification confidence level, are
tabulated in Appendix A.  The site code descriptions, as listed in the AIRS
database, are given in Appendix B.
      Table 4-1 summarizes the number of 1989 UATMP canister samples for each
site and the analyses performed.  The second column of Table 4-1 is the number
of valid canister samples taken at each UATMP site.  The third and fourth
columns show the number of duplicate pairs and replicate analyses pairs for
each site, respectively.  At least one pair of duplicate canisters was
attempted each quarter for each site, excluding Pensacola, FL  (PEFL).
Sampling at the PFEL site was unable to begin at the same time as the other
1989 UATMP sites, and it was not sampling a sufficient period of time in 1989
to have a GC/MS confirmation analysis scheduled.  As observed  in Table 4-1,
the duplicate samples were not always valid, therefore, the number of
duplicates is lower for some sites.  Replicate analyses were performed-on each
duplicate canister sample to measure sampling and analysis precision.  The
total  number of GC/MS analyses are shown in column five of Table 4-1.
Finally, the total number of GC/MS confirmation analyses are shown in the last
column of the table.
       The reported concentrations were frequently below the IDLs listed in
Table  1-2.  However, each identified compound was reported and quantified,
even if the concentration was below  its estimated IDL.  All the compound
identifications in the tables of Appendix A show the level of  confidence in
the identification — low (L), medium  (M), and high (H).  Compounds were
identified in the UATMP study by retention  times and detector  response ratios.
If a compound in the sample was within a retention time window  (average
retention time ± about  10%)  for a target compound, the response ratio for the
target compound in the  sample was compared  to an average response ratio for
the target compound in  the  standard.  The response ratios  are  the ratios of
area count responses from two detectors, e.g., ECD and the FID  in the GC/MD
analytical instrument.  The  precision  (percent coefficient of  variation, % CV)
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           TABLE 4-1.  1989 UATMP AMBIENT AIR SAMPLES AND ANALYSES

Site
Code
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PEFL
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Valid
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27
32
25
31
34
33
7
30
31
27
27
31
31
Total 397
GC/MD
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4
4
3
3
6
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3
4
4
4
4
3
48
Analyses
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1
4
4
3
3
6
1
3
4
4
4
4
3
48
Total
GC/MD
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39
29
40
33
37
40
45
9
36
39
35
35
39
37
493
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response ratio in the standard.  If the precision was within ±20 % CV, the
compound was identified with a high level of confidence (H).  If the precision
was between ±20 and ±35 % CV, the compound was identified with a medium level
of confidence (M).  If the precision was between ±35 and ±40 % CV, the
compound was identified with a low level of confidence (L).  Compounds with
response ratios outside ±40 % CV were usually not identified, unless there was
additional evidence to indicate the compound was actually in the sample.
      Sample concentration results are grouped in two ways, by compound and by
site, and are discussed in the following subsections, 4.1.1 and 4.1.2,
respectively.  For each target compound identified at all of the 14 sites,
summary concentrations are given as minima, maxima, and means.  Site-specific
data summaries show which target compounds were  identified  in samples from
each site, and give minimum, maximum, and mean concentrations.
4.1.1 Overall Data Summary by Compound
      Table 4-2 presents the UATMP target compounds identified for all the
sites.  The number of cases of identification for each compound is given,
along with the frequency at which they were identified.  The frequency of
occurrence is expressed as a percent of the 397  total GC/MD analyses.  Samples
collected in duplicate actually reflect only one sampling event, but result in
two analyses.  Since duplicate samples were also analyzed in replicate, this
results in a total of four analyses from one sampling event.  To avoid any
bias in the data  by counting four results from one sampling event, the
duplicate and replicate results for each compound identified were averaged.
This average result was used in the statistical  summaries and the frequency
calculations.  If a compound was identified in less than all four analyses,
the results were  averaged for the analyses in which it was  identified.
      Benzene, toluene, m/p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene, and ethyl benzene were
identified in each of the 397 GC/MD samples.  In addition,  1,1,1-tri-
chloroethane and  carbon tetrachloride were reported in 395  out of the 397
total samples.  m-Xylene and p-xylene coelute on the analytical column used in
the GC/MD system.  These compounds were reported together,  because it was not
possible to distinguish whether one or both compounds were  present in the
sample.  This was also the situation with o-xylene and styrene.  n-Octane and
trans-l,3-dichloropropylene were coeluted only during the third and fourth

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  TABLE 4-2.   1989  UATMP COMPOUND IDENTIFICATIONS  WITH GC/MD FOR'  ALL  SITES
Cases'
Compound No .
Acetyl ene
Propyl ene
1,3-Butadiene
Vinyl chloride
Chloromethane
Chi oroethane
Bromomethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1 , 2-Oi chl oroethy 1 ene
1,1-Dlchl oroethane
Chl oroprene
Bromochl oromethane
Chloroform
1.1.1 -Tr i chl oroethane
Carbon tetrachl ori de
1 , 2-01 chl oroethane
Benzene
Tr i chl oroethyl ene
1 , 2-Oi chl oropropane
Bromodi chl oromethane
t-l,3-Dichloropropylene
Tol uene '
n-Octane
n-Octane/trans-
1 . 3-di chl oropropyl ene
ci s-1 . 3-01 chl oropropyl ene
1,1,2-TricW oroethane
Tetrachl oroethyl ene
01 bromochl oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-xyl ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 , 2 , 2-Tetrachl oroethane
m-Oi chl orobenzene
p-Oi chl orobenzene
o-Oi chl orobenzene
52
51
160
7
2
18
9
35
14
12
120
6
56
395
395
7
397
174
90
14
7
397
48

36
13
76
175
1
98
397
397
397
2
13
63
153
78
%
Freq.°
13.1
12.8
40.3
1.8
0.5
4.5
2.3
8.8 .
3.5
3.0
30.2
1.5
14.1
99.5
99.5
1.8
100.0
43.8
22.7
3.5
1.8
100.0
12.1

9.1
3.3
19.1
44.1
0.3
24.7
100.0
100.0
100.0
0.5
3.3
15.9
38.5
19.6
Min.
ppbv
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
1.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
45
07
04
35
03
03
03
06
03
03
01
01
02
18
11
04
05
01
04
02
02
0.08
0.02


0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.01
0
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0.09
0
0
0
0
0
Q
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.02
.03
.01
.02
.01
Max.
ppbv
36.82
72.76
4.78
48.89
12.10
0.47
2.92
17.26
2.06
0.48
4.91
0.16
80.76
65.57
1.78
0.21
27.66
5.60
3.63
0.11
0.45
217.89
4.46

1.22
1.30
4.08
5.81
0.02
11.72
9.77
50.50
16.61
0.03
0.75
1.08
15.72
2.85
Mean'
ppbv
6.17
7.75
0.46
7.76
6.06
0.19
0.63
6.27
0.59
0.14
0.31
0.08
1.71
1.14
0.19
0.08
1.96
0.55
0.76
0.05
0.11
4.56
0.34

0.19
0.29
0.29
0.35
0.02
0.49
0.57
3.16
1.09
0.02
0.16
0.12
0.75
0.21
Mean'
ng/m'
6.68
13.55
1.03
20.16
12.73
0.50
2.48
22.14
2.37
0.57
1.14
0.45
8.49
6.32
1.21
0.34
6.35
2.99
3.58
0.36
0.53
17.49
1.62

0.87
2.69
1.61
2.44
0.17
2.28
2.52
27.89
9.56
0.24
1.13
0.75
4.60
1.28
Mean" Mean* Median
ppov ppov rf)1;.
1.24
1.04
0.21
0.24
0.13
0.06
0.11
0.60
0.04
0.02
0.11
0.003
0.24
1.13
0.19
0.02
1.96
0.24
0.19
0.002
0.02
4.56
0.05

0.04
0.03
0.07
0.18
0.001
0.13
0.57
3.16
1.09
0.001
0.01
0.03
0.32
0.05
0.81
1.00
0.18
0.14
0.03
0.01
0.01
0.55
0.02
0.004
0.09
0.001
0.24
1.13
0.19
0.001
1.96
0.24
0.17
0.002
0.002
4.56
0.04

0.02
0.01
0.06
0.16
0.0001
0.12
0.57
3.16
1.09
0.0001
0.01
0.02
0.29
0.04
2.55
5.37
0.27
0.59
6.06
0.15
0.11
4.98
0.20
0.08
0.12
0.08
0.18
0.50
0.15
0.06
1.38
0.23
0.48
0.05
0.05
2.50
0.15

0.11
0.23
0.04
0.20
0.02
0.20
0.36
1.95
0.68
0.02
0.08
0.04
0.22
0.10
STO'
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8.71
11.23
0.55
18.15
8.53
0.12
0.96
4.23
0.66
0.15
0.55
0.06
10.76
3.75
0.15
0.06
2.23
0.81
0.78
0.03
0.16
12.52
0.70

0.25
0.33
0.79
0.59
0.00
1.37
0.88
4.56
1.58
0.01
0.20
0.19
1.55
0.42
          A total of 397 samples were analyzed by GC/MD.
          Percent of the total samples analyzed in which  the compound was identified.
          The arithmetic average concentration of all cases in which the compound was identified.
          The arithmetic average concentration of all samples, using half the MOL value for samples
          which the compound was  not  identified.
          The arithmetic average concentration of all samples, using zero for samples in which  the
          compound was  not identified.
          The standard deviation of all cases  in which the compound was identified.
cah.!92f
4-4

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quarters of 1990.  On July 25, 1990, the chromatography column (DB-624) was
replaced because bleeding from the column was causing excess coating on thePID
with concomitant loss of sensitivity.  The new column (another DB-624)
eliminated the bleeding problem on the PID but resulted in coelution of
n-octane and trans-l,3-dichloropropylene.  These two compounds, therefore, are
listed separately and as coeluters, since they could be distinguished  from one
another for part of the year.  Dibromochloromethane was identified  in  only one
of the 1989 UATMP samples, and chloromethane and bromoform were seen only
twice.  Reported concentrations of the target compounds ranged from 0.01 ppbv
for 10 compounds to 218 ppbv  for toluene.  Average concentrations ranged from
0.02 ppbv for dibromochloromethane to 7.76 ppbv for vinyl chloride.  The
concentration range for each  compound is given as minimum and maximum.  The
average concentration for each compound  identified is expressed in  parts per
billion by volume and micrograms per standard cubic meter (jig/m3)  at 20"C.   In
the latter dimensions, the cubic-meter term  is a "standard"  cubic meter
calculated at 25*C and 1.0 atmosphere pressure.
      Table 4-3  groups the compounds by  frequency of occurrence for the target
compounds in the UATMP samples.  The most obvious feature of these  results is
the large gap in frequency of occurrence between 99.5%  for  1,1,1-tri-
chloroethane and carbon tetrachloride, and 44.1% for tetrachloroethylene.
This phenomenon  may suggest  that the target  compounds in the 99.5 to  100%
group are significantly more  stable  in ambient air than all  the other  UATMP
target compounds.  All the halogenated methane compounds containing bromide
radicals  fall in the  frequency-of-occurrence range of less  than 3.5 percent.
This may  be a reflection  of  the  low  concentrations of bromine  and bromine
derivatives in  ambient urban  air.
4.1.2 Site-Specific Overall  Data Summary
      Site-specific compound  identifications by GC/MD are presented in
Tables 4-4 through 4-17.  The "cases" column is the number  of  samples  in which
the compound was identified  at  a particular  site.  Concentration  ranges  are
given in  terms  of minima  and  maxima  for  each compound.  The mean, or  average,
concentrations  are reported  in  the  fifth through eighth columns of  each
table.  Means are calculated  in  the  same way as discussed  in Table  4-3.
Medians and standard  deviations  of  the  identified concentrations  found in  the

cah.!92f                                4-5

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     TABLE  4-3.   1989  UATMP  FREQUENCY  OF  OCCURRENCE  OF  TARGET COMPOUNDS
Range for
Frequency of
Occurrence
                    Target Compounds
100 to 99.5%
45 to 20%
19 to 8%
7 to >0%
1,1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
Benzene
Toluene

1,3-Butadiene
Chloroprene
Trichloroethylene
1,2-Dichloropropane

Acetylene
Propylene
Methylene Chloride
Chloroform
n-Octane/trans-1,3-
           dichloropropylene

Vinyl Chloride
Chloromethane
Chloroethane
Bromomethane
trans-1,2-Di chloroethylene
1,1-Dichloroethane
Bromochloromethane
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-xylene
Tetrachloroethylene
Chlorobenzene
p-Dichlorobenzene
n-Octane
1,1,2-Tri chloroethane
m-Dichlorobenzene
o-DiChlorobenzene
1,2-Dichloroethane
Bromodi chloromethane
trans-l,3-Dichloropropylene
cis-l,3-Dichloropropylene
Di bromochloromethane
Bromoform
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
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4.2   PRECISION
      Analytical precision was estimated by comparing analytical results for
repeated, or replicate, analyses of site samples.  The overall precision
results are given in Table 4-18 for all compounds and all sites.  The "mean"
in Table 4-18 refers to the average concentration for each replicate pair
analysis for a given compound.  The "average" in Table 4-18 is the arithmetic
mean of the concentration means of all replicate pairs.  The range of
concentrations of the means was found to be from 0.01 to 15.37 ppbv.  Because
of the wide range, the precision reported in Table 4-18 presents a realistic
assessment of the performance of the analytical portion of the method.
Statistics are given for the standard deviation, the % CV, and the absolute
percent difference.  The precision results average 8.04% in terms of average
% CV and 11.4%  in terms of average absolute percent difference.  These  results
indicate a high degree of precision, considering there were 38 compounds and
14 sites.  The % CV and absolute percent difference results should be viewed
as a measure of analytical precision, not the total method precision.
Table 4-19 details the replicate statistics by target compound.  Note that
% CV values greater than 20 occur for cases in which the number of replicate
pairs was six or fewer.  The overall average % CV of 8.04 indicated good
overall  agreement of the repeated analyses, hence precision.  Table 4-20 gives
the replicate statistics for all compounds by quarters of 1989, and
cumulatively for the entire year.  The results from this table  show
consistency throughout the year.
      Sampling  and analysis precision  is summarized in Table 4-21 and was
calculated from analyses of duplicate  samples.  The data in the table include
the analytical  results from all the sites and all the target compounds.  The
average  % CV and absolute percent difference are 10.7 and 13.8, respectively.
These values are slightly larger than  the corresponding  results for replicate
analyses because the duplicate  values  include the sum of the sampling and
analytical error.  The % CV and absolute % difference for the duplicate sample
analyses results reflect careful sampling and analysis procedures and
maintenance of  quality control.  Table 4-22 details the duplicate statistics
by compound.  The  largest average % CV was for bromochloromethane, which
occurred in only one duplicate  pair.   The overall weighted average % CV for

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        TABLE 4-18.   1989  UATMP  OVERALL  PRECISION FOR REPLICATE PAIRS
Replicate Pair Statistics*
Mean, ppbv
Standard Deviation, ppbv
% Coefficient of Variation (% CV)
Absolute Percent Difference
Minimum
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
Maximum
15.37
0.91
124.78
176.47
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8.04
11.36
a 905 compound identifications in the replicate pair analyses.
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           TABLE 4-19.  1989 UATMP REPLICATE  STATISTICS BY COMPOUND


Replicate
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
1,3 -Butadiene
Chloroethane
Bromomethane
Methyl ene chloride
Chloroprene
Bromochl oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1,2-Dichloroethane
Bromodi chl oromethane
Toluene
n-Octane
cis-l,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2-Tri chl oroethane
Tetrachl oroethyl ene
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Sytrene/o-xylene
m-Oichlorobenzene
p-Oi chlorobenzene
o-Dichlorobenzene
Overall Weighted Average
Pairs
4
12
36
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22
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96
96
96
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33
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96
96
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5.51
4.17
0.38
0.20
2.04
4.33
0.22
0.05
0.36
0.55
0.18
1.51
0.35
0.84
0.11
2.74
0.13
0.29
0.08
0.27
0.22
0.40
2.25
0.75
0.22
0.43
0.11
1.06
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0.56
0.34
0.04
0.02
0.15
0.23
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0.05
0.02
0.02
0.01
0.03
0.04
0.15
0.04
0.09
0.02
0.07
0.06
0.04
0.02
0.02
0.07
0.04
0.23
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0.01
0.05

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13.22
8.20
11.36
10.88
22.69
5.37
40.44
92.70
10.87
4.24
2.98
2.37
12.13
13.27
41.75
3.20
19.05
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31.44
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        TABLE 4-21.   1989  UATMP  OVERALL PRECISION FOR DUPLICATE PAIRS
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          TABLE 4-22.   1989 UATMP DUPLICATE  STATISTICS BY COMPOUND
Compound
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Propyl ene
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Methyl ene chloride
Chloroprene
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Chloroform
1,1,1 -Tri chl oroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-Di chl oropropane
Toluene
n-Octane
1 , 1 , 2-Tri chl oroethane
Tetrachl oroethyl ene
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
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p-Di chlorobenzene
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6
17
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4.14
0.41
3.01
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0.31
0.02
0.41
0.56
0.18
1.52
0.40
0.77
2.76
0.14
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0.24
0.40
2.26
0.75
0.41
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0.52
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0.45
0.18
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11.43
14.29
0.23
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42.56
72.15
5.36
8.98
2.78
4.49
19.25
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7.00
13.68
23.57
20.01
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7.73
8.10
11.25
15.90
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0.12
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duplicate samples was 9.75.  Table 4-23 presents the duplicate sample
statistics by quarters for 1989 and cumulatively for the entire year.  Overall
mean percent differences appear to decrease from the first quarter  1989
through the fourth quarter of 1989, but the % CV does not track the same
trend.
4.3   ACCURACY
      Accuracy for the GC/MD analysis was measured in terms of external audits
received from AREAL, of the EPA.  Six analytical audits were conducted in
1989, approximately bimonthly.  Both the GC/MD and GC/MS analytical  systems
were subject to the audits, although GC/MS was used primarily for the purpose
of compound identification confirmation, not quantitation.
       Table 4-24 summarizes the  1989 UATMP GC/MD analytical audit  results.
In audit nos. 0780 and 0781, a contaminant that coeluted with methylene
chloride was present.  This contamination caused inordinately large biases  for
the GC/MD analysis results of audit nos. 0780, 0781, 0985, and 0986. The high
biases for chlorobenzene and o-xylene in audit nos. 0985 and 0986 were
attributed to contamination of these two compounds in the audit samples.  For
these cases, EPA recommended excluding these biases in the overall  mean bias
calculation for  1989.  Aside from these cases in which a contaminant was
present, the biases ranged from -35% for vinyl chloride  in audit no. 1067,  to
75% for  tetrachloroethylene in audit no. 0985.  These high biases were not
consistent for these compounds in other audits, therefore, there was no
evidence of a consistent quantitation inaccuracy.  Response factors for vinyl
chloride in audit no.  1067 and for tetrachloroethylene in audit no. 0985
showed values consistent with previous calibrations.  The mean bias for the
six audits was -1.2%,  overall.  All compounds in the audit samples  were
identified correctly.  The reference compounds were present "in the  audit
samples  at concentrations  that ranged from 2.1 to 8.5 ppbv.
       Audit results for GC/MS are summarized in Table 4-25.  The  biases  for
the GC/MS analyses of  the  same audit samples used for GC/MD ranged  from  -46.2
for methylene chloride in  audit no. 0814 to  52.5% for chlorobenzene in Audit
No.  1067.  The overall mean bias  for GC/MS analysis of the six audits was
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4.4   GC/MS COMPOUND IDENTIFICATION CONFIRMATION RESULTS
      Compounds were identified by the GC/MD analytical system using a
combination of retention time, PID/FID response ratio, ECD/FID response ratio,
and detector specificity.  Compound identification confirmation was
accomplished by analyzing about 15% of the samples by GC/MS in the MID
mode. Table 4-26 summarizes the results of the 1989 UATMP compound
identification confirmation.  The GC/MS analyses confirmed 94.1% of all the
compound identifications resulting from the GC/MD analyses.
      In determining the confirmation rate, there were four possible cases:
(1) positive GC/MD identification - positive GC/MS identification,
(2) positive GC/MD identification - negative GC/MS identification,
(3) negative GC/MD identification - positive GC/MS identification, and
(4) negative GC/MD identification - negative GC/MS identification.
A compouna identification was confirmed if both GC/MD and GC/MS identified the
compound, or both did not identify the compound.  If the compound identified
on one analytical system was below the estimated IDL of the other system, this
was also considered a confirmation.
4.5   SAMPLE COMPLETENESS
      Percent  completeness, defined as the number of scheduled samples that
resulted in a  valid sample, gauges several quality assurance measures.  Site
operator performance, training procedures and  instructions for site operators,
communication  between the site operators and the Radian site coordinator, and
equipment reliability all affect  the  number of valid samples obtained.
Table 4-27 summarizes the completeness results at each site in the 1989 UATMP.
Completeness ranged from 76.3% at DLTX, to 100% at several sites.  The overall
average percent completeness was  92.7.
      Table 4-28  lists  the  invalidated samples by site code and  ID number,
along with the reason the sample  was  invalid.  Examination of the reasons for
the  invalidated samples indicates that site operator error was usually
involved.   In  several cases,  samples  were  invalidated  because the canister
vacuum was too high upon receipt.  High canister vacuum was usually the result
of improper setting of  the  flow rate  by the site operator or failure of the
site operator  to  open the canister valve to collect the sample.   In three
cases, the sampler was  not  operating  properly  at the scheduled time of

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        TABLE 4-26.  1989 UATMP COMPOUND IDENTIFICATION CONFIRMATION3
GC/MD vs. GC/MS
Positive GC/MD
Positive GC/MD
Negative GC/MD
Negative GC/MD

Comparison
- Positive GC/MS
- Negative GC/MS
- Positive GC/MS
- Negative GC/MS
Total
Cases
513
28
82
1247
1870
Percentage
27.43
1.50
4.39
66.68
100.00
 Total positive compound identification confirmation  -  27.43% + 66.68% »
 94.11%.
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                     TABLE  4-27.   1989 UATMP COMPLETENESS


Site
Code
BRLA
C4IL
CANJ
DLTX
FLFL
H1TX
MIFL
PEFL
S2MO
SAIL
W1DC
W2DC
W1KS
W2KS


No.
Sampling
Events
31
31
32
31
33
38
33
7
31
31
31
30
31
37



Duplicate
Pairs
4
4
4
7
4
3
6
I
3
4
4
4
4
4

Total
Scheduled
Canister
Samples
35
35
36
38
37
41
39
8
34
35
35
34
35
41

Total
Valid
Canister
Samples
35
28
36
29
34
37
39
8
33
35
31
31
35
34
Average


Percent
Completeness
100.0
80.0
100.0
76.3
91.9
90.2
100.0
100.0
97.0
100.0
88.6
91.2
100.0
82.9
92.7%
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                 TABLE 4-28.   1989  UATMP INVALIDATED SAMPLES
Site
Code
C4IL
C4IL
C4IL
C4IL
DLTX
DLTX
DLTX
DLTX
DLTX
DLTX
FLFL
FLFL
H1TX
H1TX
H1TX
H1TX
S2MO
W1DC
W1DC
W1DC
W1DC
W2DC
W2DC
W2DC
W2KS
W2KS
W2KS
W2KS
W2KS
W2KS
UATMP
ID
0714D/0715D
0735D/0736D
0844D/0845D
1079
0818
0834
0849D/0850D
0863D/0864D
1034
1117D/1118D
0750D/0751D
0785
0861
0906
0919
0937
0775
0728
0913
1109
1124
0684
0803
0912
0823
0870
0885D/0886D
0929
0941
0967
Reason for Invalidated Sampie
Received at 15.0 in. Hg vacuum
Improper programming at site
Received at 27.0 in. Hg vacuum
Canister valve closed during sample collection
Received at 22.8 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 16.2 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 16.7 in. Hg vacuum
Sampler malfunctioning - Sent to PPK for repairs
Received at 27.5 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 15.0 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 11.3 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 27.8 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 21.0 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 18.3 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 12.1 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 14.6 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 26.6 in. Hg vacuum
Sample ran for 59.1 hours
Received at 13.8 in. Hg vacuum
No sample taken due to a water pipe break
No sample taken due to a water pipe break
Received at 0.3 psig
Received at 12.5 in. Hg vacuum
Sampler malfunctioning - Sent to PPK for repairs
Received at 24.1 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 15.9 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 26.7 in. Hg vacuum
Received at 20.2 in. Hg vacuum
Sampler malfunctioning - Sent to PPK for repairs
Site inoperational
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collection.  Additional samplers were provided as needed to enable the sites
to continue sampling.
4.6   CALIBRATION RESULTS
      Summary results for daily calibration of the three detectors in the
GC/MD system are given in Tables 4-29, 4-30, and 4-31.  The daily calibration
factors for the FID, PID, and ECD are given in the three tables in units of
ppbv per area count  (a.c).  Minima, maxima, means, standard deviations,
and% CV are given by compound.  Overall average % CV are shown for each
detector also.  Daily calibration factors are used to ensure that the
analytical calibration remains stable throughout the year.  Calibration checks
at 5 ppbv were analyzed daily for each target compound.  The calibration
checks produced response factors for each compound and cumulative means,
standard deviations, and % CV's.  Any compound whose cumulative mean, standard
deviation, and/or %  CV changed more than about 2.0% in a single day could be
identified by comparison to the previous cumulative values.  Such an
occurrence would signal an error in the calibration or malfunction of a
detector or other part of the GC/MD system.  No such occurrence was noted in
the 1989 UATMP.
      The  average %  CV for all compounds for the FID was 17.03, whereas the
average %  CV for the PID and the ECD were over twice the FID value, at 35.06
and 36.55, respectively.  The average % CV  for the ECD calibration factors was
calculated both including and excluding the 1,2-dichloropropane value.  The
% CV of 157.59 for 1,2-dichloropropane was  much higher than the % CV values
for the other compounds.  This high % CV was due to the low response of
1,2-dichloropropane  on the ECD.  This compound is quantitated from the FID, so
the high variation in  the ECD response factor has no effect on the quantitated
amounts reported in  samples.  For  1,2-dichloropropane, the ECD response was
used only  for compound identification and not for quantitation.
4.7   CANISTER PRESSURE
      Monitoring canister pressures is an important aspect of quality
assurance  in any program  involving ambient  air sampling.  The driving  force
for collecting a sample  is the initial vacuum in the canister.  The canister
is cleaned and evacuated before being shipped under vacuum to a site.  Once
the canister is connected to the sampling system, the canister valve  is

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    TABLE 4-29.   1989  UATMP CALIBRATION DATA FOR FLAME IONLZATION  DETECTOR
Calibration Factor, oobv/a.c.
Compound
1,1,1-Trichlorethane
1,1,2 , 2-Tetrachl oroethane
1,1,2-Trichlorethane
1,1 -Di chl oroethane
1,2-Dichl oroethane
1 , 2-Di chl oropropane
1,3 -Butadiene
Acetyl ene
Bromochl oromethane
Bromodi chl oromethane
Benzene
Bromoform
Bromomethane
Carbon tetrachloride
Chlorobenzene
Chl oroethane
Chloroform
Chl oromethane
Chloroprene
ci s- 1 , 3-Di chl oropropyl ene
Di bromochl oromethane
Ethyl benzene
m,p-Xylene
Methylene chloride
m-Dichlorobenzene
n-Octane
n -Octane/t-1, 3 -di chl oropropyl ene
o-Di Chlorobenzene
Propylene
p-Dichlorobenzene
Styrene/o-xylene
Tetrachl oroethyl ene
Toluene
Trichloroethylene
trans-l,2-Dichloroethylene
trans- 1 , 3 -Di chl oropropyl ene
Vinyl chloride

Minimum
3.70E-05
3.21E-05
1.99E-05
3.80E-05
3.71E-05
2.38E-05
1.89E-05
3.74E-05
7.03E-05
5.15E-05
9.71E-06
3.81E-05
5.34E-05
9.29E-05
1.43E-05
4.12E-05
l.OOE-04
2.55E-05
3.23E-05
2.97E-05
5.03E-05
8.72E-06
1.57E-05
9.08E-05
1.18E-05
1.39E-05
1.46E-05
1.59E-05
2.88E-05
1.87E-05
1.21E-05
1.66E-05
1.04E-05
3.11E-05
3.55E-05
2.05E-05
4.18E-05

Maximum
5.80E-05
1.32E-04
6.82E-05
5.99E-05
8.02E-05
4.15E-05
4.53E-05
2.54E-04
1.24E-04
1.51E-04
1.91E-05
2.02E-04
1.26E-04
1.64E-04
3.05E-05
1.21E-04
1.89E-04
1.50E-04
7.58E-05
6.86E-05
1.86E-04
1.73E-05
2.49E-05
1.49E-04
1.97E-05
3.54E-05
3.26E-05
2.42E-05
1.94E-04
3.67E-05
2.41E-05
6.45E-05
1.85E-05
6.90E-05
6.66E-05
9.77E-05
7.68E-05

Mean
4.45E-05
7.05E-05
3.93E-05
4.64E-05
4.71E-05
3.28E-05
3.10E-05
7.04E-05
9.13E-05
1.14E-04
1.51E-05
1.01E-04
8.48E-05
1.13E-04
2.24E-05
5.02E-05
1.24E-04
9.20E-05
4.81E-05
4.86E-05
1.11E-04
1.19E-05
1.98E-05
1.08E-04
1.56E-05
1.95E-05
2.49E-05
1.92E-05
4.32E-05
2.69E-05
1.72E-05
4.29E-05
1.41E-05
5.03E-05
4.80E-05
5.57E-05
5.70E-05

Deviation
ppbv/a.c.
3.53E-06
2.47E-05
7.92E-06
4.91E-06
4.98E-06
2.92E-06
6.19E-06
2.56E-05
8.61E-06
1.46E-05
1.35E-06
4.14E-05
1.06E-05
1.23E-05
4.47E-06
8.15E-06
1.47E-05
2.45E-05
8.03E-06
7.15E-06
2.55E-05
1.74E-06
2.03E-06
l.OOE-05
1.45E-06
3.75E-06
4.57E-06
1.79E-06
1.37E-05
3.25E-06
2.86E-06
1.21E-05
1.28E-06
6.77E-06
5.57E-06
1.58E-05
8.31E-06
Average

% CV
7.93
35.01
20.12
10.59
10.57
8.91
19.95
36.42
9.43
12.76
8.93
40.98
12.55
10.90
19.99
16.24
11.91
26.64
16.70
14.71
22.93
14.62
10.24
9.25
9.32
19.24
18.36
9.34
31.70
12.07
16.68
28.24
9.09
13.46
11.60
28.33
14.58
17.03
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       TABLE 4-30.  1989 UATMP CALIBRATION DATA FOR PHOTOIONIZATION DETECTOR




Calibration Factor, oobv/a.c.
Compound
1,3 -Butadiene
Benzene
c1s-l,3-D1chloropropylene
Chlorobenzene
Chloroprene-
Ethyl benzene
m,p-Xy1ene
m-D1ch1orobenzene
n-0ctane/t-l,3-d1chloropropylene
n -Octane
o-D1chlorobenzene
p-D1ch1orobenzene
Propylene -
Styrene/o-xylene
trans-l,2-D1chloroethylene
trans-1 ,3-D1chloropropylene
Tetrachl oroethyl ene
Toluene
Trlchl oroethyl ene
Vinyl chloride

Minimum
2.31E-05
2.05E-05
2.28E-05
1.14E-05
3.43E-05
9.30E-06
1.37E-05
1.05E-06
5.00E-05
9.25E-05
1.01E-05
1.22E-OS
4.68E-05
1.28E-05
1.75E-05
4.50E-05
1.44E-OS
1.40E-05
2.96E-05
9.87E-05

Maximum
1.07E-04
6.64E-05
5.83E-04
4.34E-05
9.85E-05
3.98E-05
5.85E-05
2.84E-05
1.37E-04
1.27E-03
4.18E-05
5.51E-05
2.30E-04
6.45E-05
5.67E-05
2.47E-04
. 5.32E-05
5.37E-05
1.03E-04
4.73E-04

Mean
4.45E-05
3.30E-05
1.74E-04
2.27E-05
5.12E-05
1.90E-05
2.83E-05
1.28E-05
8.82E-05
3.25E-04
1.87E-05
2.37E-05
8.58E-05
2.39E-05
2.73E-05
1.07E-04
2.77E-05
2.42E-OS
4.82E-05
1.90E-04

Standard
Deviation
ppbv/a.c.
1.53E-05
9.00E-06
1.15E-04
6.36E-06
1.24E-05
5.86E-06
8.93E-06
4.49E-06
2.17E-05
2.16E-04
6.41E-06
8.53E-06
3.02E-05
7.48E-06
7.60E-06
4.99E-05
7.88E-06
7.71E-06
1.32E-05
6.22E-05
Average


% CV
34.28
27.27
66.30
28.04
24.30
30.80
31.51
35.16
24.59
66.34
34.20
36.06
35.20
31.25
27.88
46.67
28.45
31.87
27.36
32.68
35.06
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    TABLE 4-31.  1989 UATMP CALIBRATION DATA FOR ELECTRON CAPTURE DETECTOR
Calibration Factor, oobv/a.c.
Compound
1 , 1 , 1 -Tri chl oroethane
1,1,2, 2-Tetrachl oroethane
1 , 1 , 2 -Tr1 chl oroethane
l,2-D1ch1oropropane
Bromochl oromethane
Bromodi chl oromethane
Bromoform
Bromomethane
cis-l,3-D1chloropropylene
Carbon tetrachloride
Chloroform
D1 bromochl oromethane
m-Dichlorobenzene
Methylene chloride
o-Dichlorobenzene
p-Dlchlorobenzene
trans- 1,3-01 chl oropropylene
Tetrachl oroethy 1 ene
Tr1 chl oroethyl ene
Minimum
3.74E-06
2.22E-06
2.02E-05
7.13E-05
1.03E-05
1.02E-06
6.54E-07
6.51E-05
9.02E-06
2.52E-07
1.33E-05
2.56E-07
4.20E-05
9.74E-05
6.34E-05
1.97E-04
1.01E-05
7.92E-08
8.05E-06
Maximum
1.21E-05
1.56E-05
1.64E-04
6.29E-03
3.09E-05
6.01E-06
6.06E-06
3.51E-04
8.35E-05
3.22E-06
3.94E-05
4.21E-06
1.91E-04
8.37E-04
2.72E-04
7.92E-04
1.43E-04
4.57E-06
2.97E-05
Mean
6.15E-06
6.00E-06
7.63E-05
4.11E-04
1.62E-05
3.03E-06
2.59E-06
1.42E-04
4.52E-05
1.54E-06
2.13E-05
1.98E-06
9.15E-05
3.33E-04
1.23E-04
3.76E-04
8.41E-05
2.17E-06
1.49E-05
Standard
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ppbv/a.c.
2.09E-06
3.12E-06
2.69E-05
6.48E-04
5.20E-06
9.73E-07
1.25E-06
5.61E-05
1.37E-05
5.54E-07
6.50E-06
7.71E-07
3.59E-05
1.18E-04
4.99E-05
1.45E-04
2.08E-05
6.76E-07
5.78E-06
% CV
34.04
52.00
35.30
157.59
32.16
32.11
48.08
39.58
30.39
36.05
30.45
39.06
39.21
35.50
40.68
38.64
24.71
31.19
38.81
                                                          Average (n-19) 42.92
                                                          Average (n-18) 36.55*
  Average does not include the % CV  for  1,2-dichloropropane.
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opened.  The UATMP sampler controls when the sample is allowed to enter the
canister, the length of time the sample is taken, and the flow rate of air into the
canister.  The final sampling pressure is important.  Ideally, the flow rate is
maintained at a constant value throughout the sampling interval of 24 hours so that
an integrated sample is taken.  An integrated sample represents the integrated
average concentration for the sampling period.  To permit the flow controller in the
sampler to maintain a constant flow rate throughout the sampling period, a pressure
drop of at least 0.5 in. Hg must be maintained.  Therefore, the final pressure in
the canister must be negative, relative to atmospheric pressure, i.e., it must still
be under a slight vacuum.
      On the other hand, if the final vacuum in the canister  is too high, it is
difficult to take a sufficient amount of the sample from the  canister for analysis.
The UATMP sampler was designed to have about 3 to 6 in. Hg vacuum after the 24-hour
sampling period.  Sixty-seven percent of the invalidated samples in the 1989 UATMP
resulted from too high  a vacuum.  The voided samples are listed in Table 4-28, along
with the reasons they were invalidated.
      Table 4-32 summarizes the canister pressures measured after receipt in the RTF
laboratory.  The overall average pressure measured for all the canisters from all
the sites was 5.24  in.  Hg vacuum.  The pressure ranges and distribution are shown  in
Table 4-32.  The third  column of the table gives the cumulative number of cases and
the fourth column normalizes the number of cases into cumulative percentages.  For
example, the results show that 9.13% of the canisters had pressures greater than 10-
in. Hg vacuum at the time of analysis.  Upon receipt in the laboratory after
sampling, the canisters typically had at least 18 hours of equilibration time to
completely come to  laboratory temperature before measuring the gauge pressure
(inches  Hg vacuum)  prior to analysis.
      No site had more  than four samples invalidated because  of vacuum that was too
high upon receipt at the laboratory.  The analyst notified the Radian site
coordinator when a  canister was received with  an initial vacuum greater than 10 in.
Hg so  that appropriate  corrective action could be taken.
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             TABLE 4-32.  1989 UATMP CANISTER  PRESSURES AFTER SAMPLING
Analysis
Pressure
in. Hg
Vacuum
<20.0
18.0-18.99
17.0-17.99
16.0-16.99
15.0-15.99
14.0-14.99
13.0-13.99
12.0-12.99
11.0-11.99
10.0-10.99
9.0- 9.99
8.0- 8.99
7.0- 7.99
6.0- 6.99
5.0- 5.99
4.0- 4.99
3.0- 3.99
2.0- 2.99
1.0- 1.99
0.0- 0.99
Total


Cases
9
1
0
2
4
1
1
6
8
12
21
31
38
40
42
50
38
47
102
29
482

Cumulative
Cases
9
10
10
12
16
17
18
24
32
44
65
96
134
174
216
266
304
351
453
482


Cumulative
Percent
1.87
2.07
2.07
2.49
3.32
3.53
3.73
4.98
6.64
9.13
13.49
19.92
27.80
36.10
44.81
55.19
63.07
72.82
93.98
100.00

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                                5.0   DISCUSSION

      Three aspects of data characterization are discussed in this section:
data frequency, concentration correlations, and concentration ratios for the
most frequently identified compounds.
      Data frequency distributions are given for the concentrations of the
most commonly identified compounds in the 1989 UATMP.  These compounds were
1,1,1-trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride, benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene,
m,p-xylene, and styrene/o-xylene.  In all cases the frequency distributions
approximate the lognormal distribution.
      The second aspect of the results of the 1989 UATMP is the correlation
between concentrations of the most frequently identified compounds listed
above.  Strong correlations were almost universally observed between:
(1) m,p-xylene and styrene/o-xylene, (2) ethylbenzene and styrene/o-xylene,
and (3) ethylbenzene and m,p-xylene.  Correlations involving the above
components with benzene or toluene were not consistent and were site specific.
Site locations in airsheds having several petrochemical facilities, such as
H1TX and SAIL, showed little correlation of benzene concentrations with any of
the other six compounds listed.  This may be due to independent benzene
emission sources in the area not involving steady-state and/or photochemical
sources of benzene and toluene.  There was no correlation between carbon
tetrachloride  and 1,1,1-trichloroethane, and carbon tetrachloride appeared to
be  independent of all the other compounds mentioned above.
      Thirdly, the ratios of benzene, toluene, m,p-xylene, and
styrene/o-xylene to ethylbenzene were calculated.  This provides a reference
for comparison to other databases that also include this ratio.
5.1   CONCENTRATION DISTRIBUTIONS
      Figures  5-1 through 5-7 are stem-and-leaf plots of the concentrations of
1,1,1-trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride, toluene, styrene/o-xylene,
m,p-xylene, ethylbenzene, and benzene, respectively.  In addition to the
stem-and-leaf  plot, each of the other statistics are tabulated in each  figure,
including:  the number of cases of  identifications, minimum, maximum, mean,
standard deviation, lower hinge  (25th percentile), median  (50th percentile),
and upper  hinge  (75th percentile).

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         1   789
         2   00000 11112 2222Z 22233 33333 44444 55555 56666 66666 67777 776
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       10   9
       11   7789
       12   00001 11222 33333 44444  55555 55666 66666 67777 88888 88889 99999 9
       13 H 00000 11111 22222 22233  33333 34444 44445 55556 66777 77777 77788 88888 88889 99999 9999
       14 M 00001 11111 22222 33333  33344 44444 44455 55556 66666 66666 67777 77888 88889 99999 99
                            23  34445 55555 55666 77777 78888 88899
15
16
17 H
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
31
33
34
35
36
40
41
45
46
48
52
54
59
83
113
162
178
00000
00000
00002
00222
01122
0027
02333
12248
1478
12
1458
01378
01568
36999
12
0
012
13
2356
7
08
66
569
02
67
3
45
9
0
0
1
1
11111
00111
34555
23566
388

5
8



9
9



















22222
22334
689
88899




























                                         Carbon tetrachloride, ppbv

                                   Cases                               395
                                   Mean                                  0.188
                                   Standard  Deviation                 .0.145
                                   Minimum                               0.109
                                   Lower Hinge (H)  25th percentile    0.135
                                   Median  (M)  50th  percentile         0.148
                                   Upper Hinge (H)  75th percentile    0.179
                                   Maximum                               1.781
Figure  5-2.   Stem-and-leaf plot  of carbon tetrachloride concentrations,
                                   5-3

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        0
        0
        1 H
        1
        2
        2 H
        3
        3
          H
         4
         4
         5
         S
         6
         6
         7
         7
         8
         8
         9
        10
        11
        12
        13
        15
        17
        18
        20
        21
        22
        31
        35
        41
        47
        86
       217
02222
55555
00000
55555
00000
55555
00000
55555
00000
67778
11222
55577
23334
57799
3
77889
02
4448
23677
057
13
1169
4
89
8
146
7
8
3
9
3
6
0
2
a
33344 444
55556 66666 66677 77788 88888 88888 89999
00000 01111 11111 22222 22222 23333 33444 44444 444
55555 55666 66666 67777 77777 77788 88889 99999 9
00000 01111 11222 22222 22222 33333 33333 33444 44444
55555 66666 67777 78888 88889 99999
11111 12222 33333 33333 33333 44444 444
66777 78889 99
01111 22222 23334 444
88888 99
23444 44
8999
Toluene, ppbv
Cases
Mean
Standard Deviation
Minimum
Lower Hinge (H) 25th percentile
Median (M) 50th percentile
Upper Hinge (H) 75th percentile
Maximum

397
4.564
12.518
0.080
1.460
2.500
4.240
217.890
Figure 5-3.   Stem-and-leaf plot  of  toluene concentrations,

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        0
        1
        2
        3 H
        4
        5
        6 H
        7
        a
        9
        10
        H
        12
        13
        14
        15
        16
        17
        18
        19
        20
        21
        22
        23
        23
        24
        26
        27
        28
        32
        33
        34
        37
        38
        39
        40
        42
        44
        46
        48
        51
        56
        58
        72
        73
        79
        99
       143
       166
34566
11112
00122
00011
00122
00001
01222
00001
00222
00014
12244
00123
02238
036
23456
00224
00233
023
25667
22278
0
0068
27
22
6
4449
024
025
8
22
35
3
00
6
06
1
3
0
1
a
8
o
05
6
3
0
1
6
1
7889
22344 46666 67888 88888 99999
23333 44444 45555 55555 55667  77778 88888 88999 99
22234 44445 55666 77888 999
22333 33334 44444 45555 55666  67888 889
12222 22233 33455 56677 788
33344 45567 77788 889
11122 22233 34566 67777 88899  9
24444 45577 77888 99
44444 5779
44445 66778 888
33444 56667 99
78899

3566

7
                                             Styrene/o-xylene, ppbv

                                     Cases
                                     Mean
                                     Standard Deviation
                                     Minimum
                                     Lower  Hinge  (H)  25th percentile
                                     Median (M) 50th  percentile
                                     Upper  Hinge  (H)  75th percentile
                                     Maximum
                                                               397
                                                                 1
                                                                 1.
                                                                 0,
                                                              090
                                                              580
                                                              030
                                                            0.340
                                                            0.680
                                                            1.140
                                                           16.610
Figure 5-4.   Stem-and-leaf  plot  of styrene/o-xylene concentrations,
                                      5-5

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       0   01112 22223 33333 33444 44444
       0   55555 55555 5c666 66666 67777 77777 77777 77777 88888 88888 99999 99999 99999 99
       1 H 00000 00000 00000 00011 11111 22222 22222 22222 2^'" '  "* "•*" ""
       1 H 55555 55556 66666 66666 66667 77777 77778 88888 88999 99999 9999
       2   00000 Oil 11 11222 22333 33334 44444 4444
       2   55555 55:56 66666 66677 77777 88888 88888 89999 99
       3 H 00001 11111 12223 33334 4444
       3   55555 66666 77788 899
       4   00022 23334 4
       4   56666 77888 89
       5   01124
       5   57778
       6   22333 44
       6   6677
       6   8
       7   0099
       8   66
       9   3567
       10   2
       11   567
       12   1
       13   0
       14   004
       15   2
       17   8
       20   8
       22   38
       25   489
       30   2
       50   5
                                                 m,p-Xy1ene,  ppbv

                                    Cases
                                    Mean
                                    Standard  Deviation
                                    Minimum
                                    Lower Hinge  (H) 25th percent!le
                                    Median  (M) 50th percent!le
                                    Upper Hinge  (H) 75th percent!le
                                    Maximum
397
  3
  4
  0
  1
  1
  3
    159
    563
    090
    030
    950
    350
50.500
Figure 5-5.   Stem-and-leaf  plot  of m,p-xylene concentrations,
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0
0
1
1
2 H
2
3
3 H
4
4
S
5
6 H
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
14
15
16
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
28
29
32
48
53
87
97
2234
55566 66777
00000 01111
55555 S6666
00000 00111
55555 66777
00000 00000
56666 67777
00000 01111
55555 66666
00000 01122
55556 66667
00111 22223
66678 88888
00000 2234
5788
013
55588
01144
55789
013
89
02
69
01
7
68
128
0
12
24
77
4
4
5
227
08
5
4
4
33
4
4
7
                    77888 88899
                    11111 22222 22222 33333 44444 4444
                    66677 77778 88888 99999 99999
                    11222 22222 22233 33333 33444 4
                    77788 88888 88999 9999
                    11122 22222 33333 33444 4444
                    79999
                    12222 23334 4444
                    77778 888
                    22222 23344 44
                    78889 9999
                    33333 3444
                    99
                                              Ethyl benzene, ppbv

                                  Cases                              397
                                  Mean                                 0.570
                                  Standard Deviation                  0.884
                                  Minimum                              0.020
                                  Lower Hinge  (H) 25th  percentile   0.200
                                  Median (M) 50th percentile         0.360
                                  Upper Hinge  (H) 75th  percentile   0.610
                                  Maximum                              9.770
Figure  5-6.  Stem-and-leaf plot of ethylbenzene concentrations.

                                     5-7

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         0   00
         0   22233 3333
         0   44444 44444 45555 55555 55555 555
         0   66666 66666 66666 66666 66666 66667 77777 77777 77777 77777
         0 H 88888 88888 88888 88999 99999 99999 99999 9999
         1   00000 00000 00000 00000 01111 11111 11111 111
         1 M 22222 22222 22222 22333 33333 33333 3333
         1   44444 44444 44444 55555 55555 5555
         1   66666 66666 66666 77777 77777 77
         1   88888 88888 89999 99999 999
         2 H 00000 00000 01111 11111 111
         2   22333 33333
         2   44444 5555
         2   66666 77777 77
         2   88889 99
         3   00111 1
         3   22233 333
         3   44555
         3   666
         3   889
         4   11357 79
         5   02259
         6   0248
         7   11578 9
         8   29
         9   67
        10   5
        11   5
        12   24
        27   6
Benzene, ppbv
Cases
Mean
Standard Deviation
Minimum
Lower Hinge (H) 25th percentile
Median (M) 50th percentile
Upper Hinge (H) 75th percentile
Maximum

397
1.967
2.227
0.050
0.840
1.380
1.140
660
Figure 5-7.   Stem-and-leaf plot  of  benzene concentrations.
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      The stem-and-leaf plots show the actual concentrations truncated to two
or three decimal points.  The digits to the left of the vertical column of
open space are called stems and the digits to the right of the column of open
space are called leaves.  The data are sorted from the smallest at the top of
the graph, to the largest at the bottom of the graph.  Figure 5-1, for
example, shows the minimum to be 0.178 ppbv, which accounts for the "1   7" on
the first stem and leaf at the top of the plot, "1   789".  The maximum
concentration is shown to be 65.57, which accounts for the "655   7" for the
last stem-and-leaf at the bottom of the graph.  The plot shows 395 leaves, one
for each measured concentration of 1,1,1-trichloroethane reported for the 1989
UATMP.  The "H's" in the open vertical space locate the stem-and-leaf for the
lower and upper hinges or quartiles, and the "M" locates the stem-and-leaf for
the median.  The median separates the sorted concentrations into two equal
halves; the hinges (or quartiles) separate each half into quarters.
      The stem-and-leaf plots shown for the most frequently occurring target
compounds of the 1989 UATMP  show skewed distributions and suggest lognormal
distributions.  In most cases, however, the tails in the fourth quartiles
extend  longer than would be  expected if the data followed the lognormal
distribution exactly.
      If  the lognormal distribution is the appropriate one to describe
equilibrium or  steady-state  concentrations, the long tails in the fourth
quartiles suggest a  number of "outliers," that  is, concentrations that do not
fit the expected distribution.  Such occurrences probably result from
site-specific nonrandom emissions from special  sources.
5.2   CORRELATION OF COMPOUND CONCENTRATIONS
      The correlations  between compound concentrations are presented in
Pearson correlation  matrices for each site  in  Figures 5-8 through 5-20.  A
correlation matrix for  PEFL  was not calculated  because there were so few
samples analyzed for this  site.  Correlations were calculated for
1,1,1-trichloroethane,  carbon tetrachloride, toluene, styrene/o-xylene,
m,p-xylene, ethyl benzene,  and benzene.
      The concentration data were grouped for  each site.  For BRLA, as seen  in
Figure  5-8, there were  31  days in which the  concentrations of the seven
compounds were  recorded.   The Pearson correlation matrix tabulates the

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                                ppbvl    1,1.1-Trie ioroethane
                                ppbv2    Ca   -n tetrachloride
                                ppbvS    To  jne
                                ppbv4    Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS    m,p-Xy1ene
                                ppbv6    Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7    Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbvS
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbvS    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbvT
1.000
0.005
0.558
0.153
0.232
0.127
0.432
1,
0,
  .000
  ,199
-0.124
•0.112
-0.027
 0.418
1.000
0.337
0.339
0.273
0.819
                  1.000
                  0.928
                  0.665
                  0.152
1.000
0.791
0.188
1.000
0.262
1.000
Number of observations:  31
        Figure  5-8.   Pearson correlation matrix  for  BRLA.

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                                ppbvl    1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2    Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbvS    Toluene
                                ppbv4    Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS    m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6    Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7    Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbvS    ppbv4    ppbvB    ppbv6    ppbv7
 1.000
 0.349
•0.122
  097
 0.111
 0.118
 0.070
-0
 1.000
-0.170
-0.100
-0.124
-0.162
-0.150
1.000
0.673
0.721
0.695
0.604
1.000
0.943
0.981
0.920
                                     1.000
                                     0.966
                                     0.881
1.000
0.902
1.000
Number of observations:  27
       Figure 5-9.  Pearson correlation matrix for C4IL.
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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbvZ     Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbv3     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS     m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbv3
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbvZ    ppbvS    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbvS    ppbv7
1.000
0.239
0.731
0.655
  687
  682
0.
0.
 1.
-0.
-0.
-0.
•0.
000
194
181
201
183
0.681   -0.105
1.000
0.948
0.962
0.959
0.905
1.000
0.990
0.991
0.951
1.000
0.992
0.953
1.000
0.939
                                                      1.000
Number of observations:  32
        Figure  5-10.  Pearson correlation matrix for CANJ.
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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbvZ     Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbv3     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS     m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbvZ
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbvS
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbv3    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1.000
0.114
0.537
0.363
0.346
0.406
0.536
1.000
0.192
0.253
0.299
0.332
0.017
1.000
0.907
0.859
0.782
0.815
1.000
0.941
0.878
0.712
1.000
0.938
0.717
1.000
0.683
1.000
Number of observations:  25
       Figure 5-11.  Pearson correlation matrix for DLTX.
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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2     Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbv3     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS     m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv?     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbvZ
ppbv3
ppbvA
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv?
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbv3    ppbvA    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv?
 1,
-0.
 0.
 .000
  190
 .444
0.497
0.549
0.557
0.493
 1.000
•0.362
•0.512
  395
  467
         -0.
         -0.
         -0.302
1.000
0.822
0.948
0.947
0.975
1.000
0.864
0.929
0.828
1.000
0.976
0.949
1.000
0.941
                                              1.000
Number of observations:  30
        Figure  5-12.   Pearson  correlation matrix  for  FLFL.

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                                ppbvl    1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2    Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbv3    Toluene
                                ppbv4    Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS    m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6    Ethyl benzene
                                ppbvT    Benzene
ppbvl
ppbvZ
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbvG
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbvS    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1.000
0.274
0.400
0.656
0.509
0.413
0.390
1.000
0.101
0.221
0.051
0.159
0.124
1.000
0.779
0.647
0.552
0.942
1.000
0.878
0.792
0.780
1.000
0.672
0.683
1.000
0.610
1.000
Number of observations:  34
       Figure 5-13.  Pearson correlation matrix for H1TX.

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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbvZ     Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbvS     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS     m,p-Xylene
                                ppbvS     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbvS
ppbvA
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbv3    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1.000
0.417
0.263
  254
  138
  081
0.086
  000
  048
  151
0.048
0.217
0.111
1.000
0.811
0.793
0.804
0.961
1.000
0.918
0.955
0.792
1.000
0.940
0.790
1.000
0.818
1.000
Number of observations:  32
        Figure  5-14.   Pearson correlation matrix for MIFL.

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                                ppbvl    1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2    Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbvS    Toluene
                                ppbv4    Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS    m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6    Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7    Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbvS    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
  000
  514
  852
0.888
0.887
0.883
,000
,499
,558
,566
,569
1,
0,
0,
0,
000
836
836
840
0.587    0.033
        0.643
1.000
0.998
0.999
0.332
1.000
0.999
0.336
1.000
0.330
                                    1.000
Number of observations:  30
       Figure 5-15.  Pearson correlation matrix for S2MO.
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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbvZ     Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbv3     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbv5     m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbv3    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1
0.
0.
 .000
 .648
 .966
0.802
0.608
0.803
0.426
1.000
0.628
0.511
0.410
0.540
0.245
1.000
0.854
0.662
0.852
0.460
                           1.000
                           0.932
                           0.975
                           0.758
1.000
0.939
0.804
1.000
0.797
1.000
Number of observations:  31
        Figure  5-16.  Pearson correlation matrix for SAIL
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                                ppbvl    1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2    Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbvS    Toluene
                                ppbv4    Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS    m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6    Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7    Benzene
ppbvl
ppbvZ
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv?
          ppbvl    ppbvZ    ppbv3    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1.000
0.317
0.667
  532
  599
  584
 1.
-0.
0.684
  .000
  ,217
-0.344
-0.284
-0.311
-0.145
1.000
0.944
0.972
0.944
0.971
                   1.000
                   0.985
                   0.988
                   0.906
1.000
0.984
0.944
1.000
0.902
1.000
Number of observations:  27
       Figure 5-17.  Pearson correlation matrix for W1DC,
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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2     Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbvS     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS     m,p-Xy1ene
                                ppbv6     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbvS
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbv6
ppbv7
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbv3    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
 1,
-0.
 0.
 ,000
 .038
 ,299
0.333
0.319
0.342
0.237
 1.000
•0.278
•0.278
   268
 0.300
 0.228
         -0
1.000
0.936
0.960
0.952
0.961
1.000
0.986
0.984
0.929
1.000
0.990
0.952
                                              1.000
                                              0.925
1.000
Number of observations:  27
        Figure 5-18.   Pearson  correlation matrix  for W2DC.

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                                ppbvl    1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbv2    Carbon tetrachloride
                                ppbv3    Toluene
                                ppbv4    Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS    m,p-Xylene
                                ppbvS    Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv?    Benzene
ppbvl
ppbv2
ppbv3
ppbv4-
ppbvS
ppbvS
ppbv?
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbvS    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1.
0,
 .000
 ,603
0.473
0.329
0.454
0.423
0.522
1.000
0.652
0.605
0.654
0.634
0.730
                   .000
                   .957
                   .995
                  0.987
                  0.962
1,
0.
0.
1.000
0.967
0.981
0.925
1.000
0.992
0.965
                           1.000
                           0.959
1.000
Number of observations:  31
       Figure 5-19.   Pearson correlation matrix for W1KS,
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                                ppbvl     1,1,1-Trichloroethane
                                ppbvZ     Carbon  tetrachloride
                                ppbv3     Toluene
                                ppbv4     Styrene/o-xylene
                                ppbvS     m,p-Xylene
                                ppbv6     Ethyl benzene
                                ppbv7     Benzene
ppbvl
ppbvZ
ppbv3
ppbv4
ppbvS
ppbvS
ppbv?
          ppbvl    ppbv2    ppbv3    ppbv4    ppbvS    ppbv6    ppbv7
1.000
0.270
0.137
0.228
0.162
0.120
0.158
  000
  144
  052
  162
0.137
0.263
1.000
0.804
0.972
0.963
0.947
1.000
0.854
0.839
0.787
1.000
0.993
0.965
1.000
0.958
1.000
Number of observations:  31
       Figure 5-20.  Pearson correlation matrix for W2KS.
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correlation coefficient for each possible pair of compounds.  The only pair of
compounds that shows a significant correlation in BRLA is m/p-xylene and
styrene/o-xylene, which show a correlation coefficient of 0.928 in Figure 5-8.
      The UATMP site at CANJ (Figure 5-10), on the other hand, shows strong
correlations (coefficients of correlation >0.9) for toluene, styrene/o-xylene,
m/p-xylene, and ethylbenzene with all the aromatic hydrocarbons correlated.
The chlorinated compounds, 1,1,1-trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride,
however, showed little correlation with any of the other compounds tested.
      Curiously, at SAIL  (Figure 5-16) the correlation coefficient for the
1,1,1-trichloroethane-toluene paired data showed a coefficient of correlation
of 0.966.  For the other  sites, the same compound pair showed correlation
coefficients of 0.588, -0.22, 0.731, 0.537, 0.444, 0.263, 0.852, 0.667, 0.299,
0.473, and 0.137, respectively.  There must be a special site-specific reason
at SAIL why the 1,1,1-trichloroethane-toluene correlation is as high as it is.
      Any number in the triangular matrices in Figures 5-8 through 5-20 is a
coefficient of correlation.  For the correlation to be significant the
coefficient should be >0.850 and preferably >0.900.
      The Pearson correlation matrices within a city are similar, e.g.,
between W1DC and W2DC, or W1KS and W2KS.  For example, examination of the
correlations between ppbv3, ppbv4, ppbvS, ppbv6, and ppbv7 for W1DC and W2DC
(Figures 5-17 and 5-18) are almost identical, and all are above 0.9.
Similarly, the correlations between ppbv2  (carbon tetrachloride) and all the
other compounds for W1DC  and W2DC are all negative and greater than -0.35.
For ppbvl  (1,1,1-trichloroethane) and all the other compounds shown in
Figures 5-17 and 5-18, the correlation coefficients are all positive and
greater than 0.237, with  the exception of carbon tetrachloride at W2DC.  It is
interesting to note that  for ppbvl, the vertical column of correlation
coefficients for W1DC range from 0.317 to 0.684, although at W2DC the same
column ranges from -0.038 to 0.342 with little overlap in the ranges between
the sites.
      The  Pearson correlation matrices for the Kansas City, KS, sites W1KS and
W2KS also show similarities with each other and some striking differences.
Correlations between ppbv3 through ppbv7 are also strong between the two
Kansas City sites but range from 0.804 to 0.995.  At W1KS (Figure 5-19),

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correlation coefficients for ppbvl and ppbvZ range from 0.329 to 0.730,
although for W2KS (Figure 5-20), the same coefficients range from 0.052 to
0.270 with no overlap in the ranges.  All coefficients at these two sites are
positive.
      Although the Pearson correlation matrices for the seven compounds show
many similarities, each is site specific.  After the 1990 UATMP season, it
will be possible to determine how the site-specific correlation matrices
change with seasons and years.
      As mentioned earlier, concentration correlations were most frequently
observed for m,p-xylene and styrene/o-xylene, ethylbenzene and m,p-xylene, and
ethyl benzene and styrene/o-xylene.  These correlations were observed
specifically in C4IL, DLTX, FLFL, S2MO,  SAIL, W1DC, and W1KS data.  Other
observed correlations were between  benzene  and toluene in CANJ, FLFL,  H1TX,
MIFL, W1DC, and W1KS results.   Carbon tetrachloride and 1,1,1-trichloroethane
did  not correlate with  each other or any other compound concentrations for any
of the sites.  A lack of correlation between benzene and toluene was  observed
for  BRLA,  C4IL, S2MO, and SAIL.
      The  graphs in Appendix  C  depict correlation, and lack of correlation,
between  1,1,1-trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations for  all
sites  (Figures C-l through C-14).   Figures  C-15 through C-28  show  the
correlation of concentrations for benzene,  toluene, ethylbenzene,  m,p-xylene,
and  styrene/o-xylene  for  all  sites.   Comparisons  of concentrations for these
     compounds are  also  given  for  W1DC and W2DC, and for W1KS  and W2KS, in
Figures  C-29  through  C-42.
5.3    RATIOS  OF  COMPOUND  CONCENTRATIONS
       The  ratios  for  benzene, toluene,  and  the  total  xylenes  to  ethylbenzene
are  shown  by  site  and  overall in  Table  5-1.  The  ratios  of  concentrations
 among  benzene,  toluene, and  the total  xylenes  were chosen with  respect to
 ethylbenzene  because  these  compounds  are almost universally found  in urban
 ambient  air samples,  and  because  the  concentration of ethylbenzene is
 generally lower than  the  other compounds.   Moreover other studies  have
 examined the same ratios  found in other data sets, e.g.,  the TAMS and the
 National  Ambient Volatile Organic Compound Data Base.5
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      Each compound ratio in Table 5-1 was calculated for each  identification
case in each sample, then the average of these ratios was determined.   The
overall average ratio of benzene to ethyl benzene was 4.52, 7.91  for  toluene  to
ethyl benzene, and 7.57 for the total xylenes to ethyl benzene.   "I-a r2t:c  for
total xylenes to ethylbenzene too high because "total xylenes"  include  any
styrene concentration that was present in the sample.   In the GC/MD  apparatus
and chromatographic column used, stryene and o-xylene coeluted.
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                             6.0  RECOMMENDATIONS

      Based on the 1989 UATMP, the following recommendations are made
regarding canister acceptance criteria, canister cleanup and stability,
instrument detection limits (IDLs), and validation of additional compounds.
6.1   CANISTER PRESSURE AND ELAPSED TIME ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
      More definitive canister pressure acceptance criteria are needed for
future programs.  To standardize the canister acceptance criteria, guidelines
stating the maximum acceptable canister vacuum, duplicate sample pressure
criteria, and elapsed time (for taking the sample) criteria will be thoroughly
discussed in the 1990 UATMP QAPP.
6.2   CANISTER CLEANUP STUDY
      Although preliminary studies indicated that the average concentration of
target compounds carried over in canisters was <0.2 ppbv, canister cleanup
studies are important to relate the amount of compound carryover in canisters
one may expect to observe from one sample to another.  Canister cleanup
studies can also be used to evaluate canister cleaning strategies for the
UATMP.  Canister stability studies aid in the determination of how
representative the canister sample is of the original ambient air that has
been  sampled.  It is recommended that a canister cleaning study and canister
stability study be performed to evaluate these important issues.
6.3   INSTRUMENT DETECTION LIMIT STUDY
      A study is needed to determine the IDLs for all the target compounds
using the GC/MD system.  Although the  IDLs would not be used to exclude data,
it would be beneficial to the UATMP, and to the models for which the data  are
used, to realize the analytical risks  involved in compound identification  and
quantitation.
6.4   ADDITIONAL TARGET COMPOUNDS
      The target compounds listed  in USEPA Compendium Method TO-144 include
several compounds not currently targeted for the UATMP.  It is recommended
that  these compounds be included in the UATMP target compound list.  This
would require validating the  identification and quantitation of these
additional compounds, and calibrating  the GC/MD and GC/MS systems with
additional standards.

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6.5   PRESAMPLING CANISTER DATA
      Prior to the start of sampling, the canisters designated for each  site
were cleaned and blanked by both PDFID and GC/MD.  These data need to  be
collated to summarize the frequency of identification of target compounds  in
these cleaned canisters.  In addition, any relationship between the  blanked
PDF10 concentrations and GC/MD concentrations should be investigated.
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                                7.0   REFERENCES


1.     McAllister, Robert A., Bradley W. Nelson,  Wendy H. Moore, Dave-Paul
      Dayton, Joann Rice, Robert F.  Jongleux, Raymond G. Merrill, Jr., Joan T.
      Bursey, and Phyllis L. O'Hara, "1989 Nonmethane Organic Compound and
      Three-Hour Air Toxics Monitoring Program."  Radian Corporation DCN No.
      89-262-045-89, Prepared for Neil J. Berg,  Jr., Office of Air Quality
      Planning and Standards, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA
      Contract No. 68D80014, Research Triangle Park, NC, February 16, 1990.

2.     "1989 Nonmethane Organic Compound Monitoring and Three-Hour Urban Air
      Toxics Monitoring Program.  Work Plan and Quality Assurance Project
      Plan."  Radian Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC, DCN No. 89-262-
      045-67, May 1989.

3.     "1989 Urban Air Toxics Monitoring Program.  Work Plan and Quality
      Assurance  Project Plan," Radian Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC
      DCN 89-262-045-68, April 1989.

4.     "Compendium Method TO-14.  The Determination of Volatile Organic
      Compounds  (VOCs) in Ambient Air Using SUMMA* Passivated Canister
      Sampling and Gas Chromatographic Analysis, Quality Assurance Division,
      Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, U.S. Environmental
      Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC  27711.

5.     Edgerton,  S.A., M.W.  Holdren,  D.L. Smith, and J.J. Shah, "Inter-Urban
      Comparison of Ambient Volatile Organic Compound Concentrations in
      U.S. Cities," JAPCA,  39, No(5), 729 (May  1989).

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              APPENDIX A
 Urban Air Toxics  Monitoring  Program
Site Data Summaries for GC/MD Analyses

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                                  APPENDIX A






Table                                                                   Pafli




Al    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for BRLA ....   Al




A2    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for C4IL ....   A10




A3    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for CANJ ....   A16




A4    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for DLTX ....   A25




A5    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for FLFL ....   A33




A6    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for H1TX ....   A41




A7    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for MIFL .  .  .  .   A50




AS    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for PEFL ....   A61




A9    Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for S2MO ....   A63




A10   Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for SAIL ....   A71




All   Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for W1DC ....   A80




A12   Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for W2DC ....   A88




A13   Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for W1KS ....   A96




A14   Multiple Detector Speciated UATMP Data Summary for W2KS ....   A105
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                        TABLE A1.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUHMARY FOR BRLA
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benscr.2
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
ra/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
• , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnioroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
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Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.18 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.20KL)
0.162(L)
<0.04
1.34 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.84 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.15 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.21 (H)
0.99 (M)
0.50 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.07 (H)
<0.02
<1.00
72.76 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
1.51 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.530(L)
0.188(1)
<0.04
2.98 (H)
0.169(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.35 (M)
0.47 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.35 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.61 (M)
3.86 (H)
1.04 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.26 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.09 (L)
0.037(H)
<0.006
0.504(H)
0.30KL)
<0.04
1.31 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.04 (M)
0.19 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.18 (M)
0.58 (M)
0.19 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.06 CM)
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.20 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
0.012(L)
<0.006
0.514(H)
0.307(L)
<0.04
1.28 («)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.04 (M)
0.16 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.14 (H)
0.53 (M)
0.19 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.02 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.15 (M)
0.013U)
<0.006
0.356(L)
0.187U)
<0.04
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                                           TABLE  A1.   BRIA   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromome thane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1, 1,1-Trichlopoethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
:rans-1,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
* , 1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S ty rene/ o- Xy 1 ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orooenzene
o-O i ch 1 oropenzene
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Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.20 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
0.130(L)
<0.006
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0.305(L)
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<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.07 (M)
0.18 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (H)
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0.02 (M)
0.16 (H)
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Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 , 1-0 i chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2 -Oi chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 - D i ch I or opr opane
Bromod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tr i ch I oroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xyl ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
TABLE A1
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0766

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.08 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.35KL)
0.165(1)
<0.04
1.94 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.38 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.12 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.19 (H)
0.96 (H)
0.67 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
. BRLA (Continued)
04/22/89
0783

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
4.78 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (L)
0.125(H)
0. 220(1)
0.698(L)
0.215(L)
<0.04
2.64 (N)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.89 (H)
0.51 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.28 U)
<0.001
<0.02
0.50 (L)
2.14 (H)
0.77 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/10/89
0806
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
0.35 (H)
0.27 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.15KL)
0.286(L)
0.213(1)
<0.04
1.96 
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                                          TABLE A1.  BRLA   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chlopoethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 - 0 i ch I or oethane
Chloroprene
3 roffloch I orometh ane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 - T r i ch I oroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 ich I oroethane
2CT**C^i
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
B romod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1, 3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
1 , 1 , 2- T r i ch I oroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S ty r ene/ o • Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
ra-0 i ch I or obenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
c=»=ama=x=xxz33:
06/21/89
0865

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.434(M)
0.289(L)
<0.04
1.31 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.51 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.18 (L)
<0.001
0.06 (H)
0.29 (H)
1.39 (M)
0.46 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
E S • 3S8SM 8 8M K M 3
07/03/89
0877

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.310(1)
0.167
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
j/V2?/oy
0907

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.426(L)
0.183(1}
<0.04
1.60 («i
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.51 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.95 (H)
5.76 (H)
1.43 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
08/08/89
09230

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.26 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.206(L)
0.323(1)
<0.04
Z.M (K)
0.027(L)
1.08 (M)
0.001
<0.04
2.22 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.31 (H)
1.77 (H)
0.63 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
D   Duolicate sanole
(H) Medium confidence  level
(L)  Low confidence level
(Continued)
                                                               A4

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                                           TABLE Al.  BRUA  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chlorome thane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
8 r omod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oropropy I ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i far omoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m- 0 i ch I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
08/08/89
09240

<1.00
O.10
O.20
O.20
0.10
0.20
0.10
0.11
O.04
O.04
O.06
0.003
0.006
0.223(1)
0.338(1)
O.04
2.16 (H)
0.023(1)
0.88 (H)
O.001
O.04
2.12 (I)
O.03
0.04
O.04
0.02
0.07
0.001
0.02
0.28 (H)
1.78 (H)
0.69 (H)
O.001
0.002
O.02
0.13 (M)
0.03 (H)
08/08/89
0923R

<1.00
0.10
0.20
0.20
0.88 (M)
0.20
0.10
0.11
0.04
O.04
0.06
0.003
0.224(H)
0.215(L)
0.330(1)
O.04
2.13 (H)
O.004
0.90 (H)
0.001
O.04
2.31 (H)
O.03
O.04
O.04
0.02
0.05 (L)
O.001
0.02
0.31 (H)
1.70 (H)
0.61 (L)
O.001
0.002
0.02
0.18 (H)
0.06 (L)
08/08/89
0924R
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
O.10
O.20
0.20
0.10
O.20
O.10
O.11
O.04
O.04
0.24 (L)
O.003
0.227(H)
0.217(1)
0.329(L)
O.04
2.12 (H)
0.004
0.72 (L)
O.001
O.04
2.14 (M)
0.03
O.04
O.04
0.02
0.07
O.001
O.02
0.32 (H)
1.63 (H)
0.59 (H)
O.001
O.002
0.02
O.09
0.02
08/20/89
09380

<1.00
O.10
0.20
0.20
O.10
O.20
0.10
O.11
O.04
O.04
0.18 (H)
O.003
O.006
0.384U)
0.474(1)
O.04
2.13 (H)
O.004
0.57 (L)
O.001
O.04
2.47 (L)
0.03
O.04
O.04
0.12 (H)
0.14 (M)
O.001
0.11 (M)
0.37 (L)
1.72 (L)
0.70 (L)
O.001
0.002
0.15 (H)
1.49 (L)
O.02
SmMmmmmmmXmmmm
08/20/89
09390

<1.00
0.10
0.20
0.20
O.10
0.20
O.10
0.11
0.04
0.04
0.20 (M)
O.003
0.006
0.412(1)
0.497U)
O.04
2.2u (H)
0.004
0.04
O.001
O.04
2.68 (H)
O.03
O.04
0.06 (L)
O.02
O.07
O.001
O.02
0.35 (H)
1.60 (H)
0.66 (H)
O.001
0.081(1)
O.02
O.09
0.02
(H) High confidence level
0   Duplicate sample
(M) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
                                                               A5

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                                           TABLE A1.  BRLA  (Continued)
==B=S3KSSSS333SSS33VX33S3333X333SS3:
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
Sromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1 ,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i br omoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I or obenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
08/20/89
0938R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.56 (H)
<0.003
0.119(L>
0.379(L>
0.476(L)
<0.04
2.09 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
0.35 (L)
2.61 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.08 (L)
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.08 (L)
0.40 (H)
1.77 (H)
0.73 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.19 (L)
08/20/89
0939R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
0.31 U>
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.42 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.374(L)
0.496
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                                           TABLE A1.   BRLA  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromome thane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
tpans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1,1-Oi Chloroethane
Chloroprene
8 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 *0 i ch I or opropane
Bromodich I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-octane
trans- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1.2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-D i ch I orobenzene
o-Dich I orobenzene
10/07/89
1000

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.268(1.)
0.26UL)
<0.04
2.84 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.37 (M)
• <0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.12 CD
0.36 (H)
1.69 CH)
0.64 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/19/89
1014

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.273
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                                           TABLE A1.   BRLA   (Continued)
===ZX=Z==53X333Z»3333*7===333SS5S33.
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1.1-Oi Chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i Chloroethane
B«n:ene
Trichloroethylene
1,2-Oichloropropene
Bromodich I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i br omoch 1 oromethane
Ch lorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xy\ene
S ty rene/o- Xy 1 ene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Oich lorobenzene
p-Oich lorobenzene
o-O ich lorobenzene
ESSSSEZZXBU3SSSSSS
11/12/89
1049R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.88 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.353(H)
0.156(L)
<0.04
2.68 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.96 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.60 (L)
3.48 (L)
1.29 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.15 (M)
11/12/89
1050R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.09 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.10 (M)
<0.003
0.06UL)
0.350(L)
0.156(L)
<0.04
2.74 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
0.04KH)
<0.04
3.93 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.27 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.66 (H)
3.66 (H)
1.30 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.65 (L)
<0.02
HBVSSXHVHHHVXZnXKl
1064
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.218U)
0.124(L)
<0.04
0.68 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.66 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.15 (M)
0.79 (M)
0.24 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.08 (M)
<0.02
WXHXXX3KXX3I
1085

4.92 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.270(L)
0.234(L)
<0.04
1.35 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.73 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07

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                                           TABLE A1.  BRLA  (Continued)
=ssxxKKK»x3333xxxnnM33«xx33MMZ33*xxzn8sszi
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 , 2-0 i ch loroethylene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B romod i ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans - 1 , 3 - 0 i ch 1 oropropy I ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloro«thane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromofomi
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-Oichlorobenzene
=3X=33S3333X333S*3a3333333S3=33=33333S333S3333333:
E33833333X8333339*
12/30/89
1115

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
0.003
O.006
0.205(L)
0.198
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.170(L)
0.490CL)
0.289(L)
<0.04
1.93 CM)
0.45KH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.33 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.02 (L)
0.29 (H)
1.61 (H)
0.56 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
(N) Mediun confidence  level
                                                                 (L) Low confidence level
                                                              A9

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                        TABLE  A2.   MULTIPLE  DETECTOR  SPECIATED UATMP DATA  SUMMARY  FOR  C4IL
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichlaroethylene
1,1-Oichloroetnane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-D i ch 1 or openzene
p-D i ch I orobenzene
o-Dichlorooenzene
01/22/89
0673
02/03/89
0688
02/15/89
0698
0743
03/29/89
0752
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.402(M)
0.242CL)
<0.04
0.43 (M)
0.09KL)
0.32 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
0.54 (M)
0.07 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.09 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (H)
0.36 (M)
0.13 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.03 (M)
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
1.283(M)
0.254(L)
0.06 (H)
'.22 (M)
0.43KH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.32 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.29 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.61 (H)
2.38 (M)
0.55 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.09 (M)
<0.02
31.74 
16.19 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
1.05 (H)
<0.20
•cO.10
15.77 
<0.001
<0.02
0.48 (M)
2.27 (M)
0.72 
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.23 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
(M) Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
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                                          TABLE A2.  C4IL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 - Tr i ch loroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 , 2 -0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodichlorcmethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
aromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m- 0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/04/89
0757
04/16/89
0782
04/28/89
0794
05/10/89
0811
05/24/89
0827
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.18 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.843(L)
0.145(L)
<0.04
1.77 CM)
0.580CH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.40 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.17 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.50 (H)
2.85 (H)
0.76 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.664(L)
0.148(L)
<0.04
3.11 (H)
1.602CL)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.75 (H)
1.72 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.22 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.62 (H)
4.41 (H)
1.08 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.983(L)
O.loO(L)
<0.04
10.59 CD
0.33KM)
3.63 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
18.68 CH)
4.46 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
3.24 (M)
20.84 CM)
5.85 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10

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                                          TABLE A2.  C41L  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 - 0 i ch I oroet hane
Chloroprene
B r omoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropene
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethene
Tetrachloroethylene
D i br omoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xyl ene
Bromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethan*
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
06/16/89
0860
• OB *MBB anas v M ma**
V27/89
ZA9
07/00'?°
0890
**«* •* * » * **4» mm imm
0902
8/02/89
0911
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0. 1

0.719(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
10.09 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.23 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
1.36 (H)
9.61 (H)
2.44 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.83 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
14.79 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.62KL)
0.188(L)
<0.04
7.98 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
17.80 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
2.94 
0.160(L)
<0.04
2.51 (H)
0.229(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
31.98 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
1.48 (H)
8.67 iH)
2.64 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09

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                                           TABLE A2.  C4IL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1, 2-Dichloroethyl ene
1 , 1 -Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
B romoch 1 or omethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2 -Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
B r omod i ch I or omethane
cts- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1, 3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0tchloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrach 1 oroethy I ene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyr ene/o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
08/U/89
0935

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.744
1.170{H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.06 (N)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.44 (L)
3.35 (L)
1.06 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/01/89
0995

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
15.784(H)
0.462(1.)
<0.04
1.0S (H)
0.89KH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.42 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.34 (M)
2.03 (H)
0.68 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.21 (L)
<0.02
10/13/89
1012

2.20 u:
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.26 u:
<0.20
<0.10
4.01 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1 .346(N)
0.279U)
<0.04
1.51 (N)
0.939(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.24 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.41 (H)
2.45 (H)
0.71 (H>
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
CH) High confidence level
(M) Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
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                                           TABLE A2.  C4IL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 ,1-Di chloroethane
Chloroprene
& r omoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1.1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-Diehloropropylene ,
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans - 1 , 3 - 0 i ch I oropropy I ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch 1 orometnane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m- 0 i ch I or obenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
10/25/89
1031

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
10.27 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
4.860(H)
0.150(L)
<0.04
2.78 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
7.85 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.46 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.98 (H)
6.30 (H)
1.87 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.73 (L)
<0.02
11/06/89
1048

21.27 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
2.06 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
1.02 (L)
<0.04
0.50 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
1.680(L)
0.134(L)
<0.04
9.70 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
12.13 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
1.92 (L)
11.70 (L)
3.90 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
11/30/89
10800
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.396(H)
0.140(L)
0.04 (L)
0.77 
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.99 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.13 (H)
0.62 (H)
0.23 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.02 (L)
0.02 (M)
<0.02
11/30/89
10810

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.389(H)
0.149{L)
<0.04
0.79 (K)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.13 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.14 (H)
0.84 (H)
0.25 
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
11/30/89
1080R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.318(H)
0.249U)
<0.04
0.7S Ct:
0.769(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.94 (M;
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (H
0.61 (M
0.20 (M
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
D   Duplicate sarole
(H) Medium confidence level
3   Replicate analysis
(L) Lot* confidence level
                                                                         (Continued)
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SMpte Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chlorenethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromonethane
Chloroethane
Nethylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1 -Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bronochloromethane
Chloroform
1 . 1 , 1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
B romod i ch I orome thane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropytene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1,1,2-THchloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I or omethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-oichlorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
CH) High confidence level CM)
R Replicate analysis
TABLE A2.
11/30/89
1081R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.363
O.U2(L)
<0.04
0.83 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.12 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 (M)
0.82 (M)
0.28 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.09 (H)
Medium confidence

C4IL (Continued)
12/13/89
1104

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.49 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
6.4S6(L)
0.455(1)
<0.04
7.71 (H)
1.098U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
13.44 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
2.07 (H)
11.56 (H)
4.01 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
level

12/24/89
1120
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
2.44 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.333(H)
9.607(L)
0.523U)
<0.04
1.66 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.26 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.27 (L)
1.63 
<0.04
1.54 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.50 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
1.41 
6.79 (H>
1.66 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
01/17/90
1155

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.59 (H)
<0.003
0.697(L)
0.92KL)
0.160(L)
<0.04
5.25 
7.02 (H)
2.36 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.48 (M)
CD LOM confidence level



A15

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                        TABLE A3.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY FOR CANJ
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
~»-«-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
-roethane

.» *•«>,„.. .. jnethem
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n- Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Di Chlorobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
01/22/89
0672
02/03/89
0685
02/15/89
0696
... £7/89
0710
03/11/89
07300
Concentration, ppbv
13.29 
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                                           TABLE A3.  CANJ  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 , 1 -Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
B romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1,2-Oichloropropene
Bromod i ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t • 1 , 3-0 i ch 1 oropropy 1 ene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/ o- Xy 1 ene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-D i ch I orobenzene
o - 0 i ch I orobenzene
BVBHXXXXVXSVSXXa
03/11/89
07310
03/11/89
0730R
03/11/89
0731R
03/23/89
0742
04/04/89
0760
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.17 (H)
3.01 (H)
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.126(M)
Q.317(L)
<0.04
1.64 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.22 (H)
0.21 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.18 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.29 (H)
1.37 (H)
0.43 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.25 (L)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.21 (M)
2.92 
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.13 (H)
0.15 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
Q.Q1 (H)
0.17 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.32 (H)
1.40 (H)
0.41 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.20 (L)
<1.00
6.76 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.17 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (N)
<0.003
<0.006
0.639CN)
0.270(L)
<0.04
0.96 (K)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.46 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.14 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.37 (H)
1.71 (H)
0.49 (H)
<0.001
0.750(H)
<0.02
0.11 (H)
<0.02
<1.00
6.93 (N)
<0.20
<0.20
0.33 (M)
<0.20
0.10 (L)
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.794
1.30 (H)
0.45 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.22 (L)
<0'02
(H) High confidence level
0   Duplicate sample
(M) Mediun confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Lou confidence level
(Continued)
                                                              A17

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                                          TABLE A3.  CANJ  (Continued)
— — ~KBS9SsS3X3X*XXMMMMXSSXSSXX3V
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Sromoinethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Oi Chloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
". ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Dich lorobenzene
p- 0 i ch 1 orobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
nznnzxzczzxxxx:
04/16/89
0777

<1.00
11.82 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.35 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.432(1)
0.149(L)
<0.04
1.50 (K5
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.38 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.18 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.46 (M)
2.54 (H)
0.88 (H)
<0.001
0.124(H)
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
t XX XXXXSXX XM XX3
04/28/89
0793

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.06 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.504(L)
0.144U)
<0.04
0.53 (M)
<0.004
0.37 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
1.10 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.18 ,1)
0.87 (M)
0.27 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
IZBZZBMZZZZZZXXZZZZ1
05/10/89
0808
Concentration, pptav
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.760(L)
0.149(L)
<0.04
0.65 (M) •
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.93 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.09 (L)
0.22 (L)
0.89 (H)
0.25 (H)
<0.001
0.077(H)
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/22 '89
0822

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.33 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.661(1)
0.156(L)
<0.04
1.84 (H)
<0.004
0.50 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
3.38 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.16 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.33 (H)
2.48 (M)
0.71 (H)
<0.001
<0%002
<0.02
0.81 (L)
<0.02
06/03/89
0843

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.666(L
0.157(L
<0.04
0.81 (r
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.51 0
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.03 (.
0.15 (i
0.90 (
0.25 (
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
1.01 (
<0.02
(H) High confidence  level
(M) Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
                                                              A18

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                                           TABLE A3.  CAMJ  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromonethane
Chloroethane
Methyl en* chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy.l ene
1 , 2-D i ch I oropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1,3-0lchloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoeh I or omethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xyl ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o - 0 i ch I orobenzene
BttBXSKSBSXSSKXSSS:
06/15/89
0852

1.44 (L)
3.34 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.07 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.54KH)
0.146(L)
<0.04
0.82 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.78 
<0.03
<0.04

<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.75 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.42 (M)
<0.001
0.04 (L)
0.25 (L)
1.72 (H)
0.71 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
2.23 (L>
<0.02
06/27/89
08740
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.25 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.18 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.770(M)
0.174
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.16 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.713(H)
O.ITSa)
<0.04
1.99 
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                                          TABLE A3.  CAMJ  (Continued)
w~**aca;a*SXSWZZSH*SXHXSSX3BSXVaSS5
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-0 i chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochlorome thane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroe thane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi chtorome thane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-Octane/ t • 1 , 3-0 i ch loropropy I ene
1 ,1,2-Triehloroethane
T et r ach 1 oroethy I ene
D i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch loroberuene
p- 01 Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
SBSZXS5KSS3SSX3X
07/09/89
0888

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.27 U)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.18 
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.85 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.07 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
0.12 (H)
0.46 (H)
2.38 (H)
0.87 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
08/26/89
0946

3.71 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10 .
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.12 CM:
<0.003
<0.006
0.504(L:
0.134U.
<0.04
1.40 (H
<0.004
<0.04
<0..fl1
<0.04
2.51 (H
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.27 (L
<0.001
<0.02
0.31 (H
1.64 (K
0.52 (H
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.12 (>
0.10 (L
(H) High confidence level
(M) Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
                                                              A20

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                                           TABLE A3.  CANJ  (Continued)
ssssssswsxsszxnxxzizjjrasxxsssxasxxaH
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1 -Of Chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch loromethane
Chloroform
1.1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
B romod i ch 1 or onethane
c > s - 1 , 3 -0 i ch 1 oropropyl ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 , 3-D ich 1 oropropyl ene
n-Octane/t-1,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1,1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch lorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O ich lorobenzene
izxzzzzxxzx==zxxz:
09/07/89
09580

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.960(L)
0.138(1)
<0.04
2.19 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
6.55 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.96 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.46 (H)
2.53 (H)
0.91 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/07/89
09590

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.09 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.869(M)
0.139(L)
<0.04
2.29 (N)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
6.03 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.43 (H)
2.46 (H)
0.92 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
BS»asr«»aT«a«»x»«»»«*»*
09/07/89
0958R
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
0.47 (L)
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.956(1)
.0.140(1)
<0.04
2.26 (L)
0.056(M)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
6.27 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.44 (H)
2.54 (H)
0.92 (N)
<0.001
<0.002
0.01 (L)
0.17 (L)
<0.02
09/07/89
0959R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.914(L)
0.142{L)
<0.04
2.46 C.)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
6.50 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.48 (H)
2.66 (H)
0.90 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/19/89
0971

<1.00
4.43 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.17 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.620(L)
0.13KL)
<0.04
0.97 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.52 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.69 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.30 (H)
1.91 (H)
0.67 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
1.00 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
D   Duplicate sample
(M) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Lou confidence level
(Continued)
                                                               A21

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                                          TABLE A3.  CANJ  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromome thane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2 -Di chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch lorome thane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m- D i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
10/01/89
0989

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.368(H)
0.125U)
<0.04
0.60 <»}
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.44 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (L)
0.10 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.14 (L)
0.91 (M)
0.29 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
0.44 (M)
<0.09
<0.02
10/13/89
1005

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.90 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.16 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.95KL)
0.152(L)
<0.04
C.73 (R)
0.20KH)
1.13 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
9.74 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
1.80 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
1.08 (H)
7.07 (H)
2.44 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/25/89
1028
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.086(L)
0.139(L)
<0.04
8.24 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
22.36 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
2.57 (H)
15.25 (H)
5.80 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
i1/06/C>
1042

0.86 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.35 (L)
1.14 (H)
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.555(H)
• 0.132(L)
<0.04
1.73 U)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.29 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
0.04 (L)
<0.02
0.20 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.52 (M)
2.97 (M)
1.07 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
11/18/89
1056

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
«0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.335(L)
0.146(L)
<0.04
0.97 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.28 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
0.10 (M)
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.04 (L)
0.15 (M)
0.93 (M)
0.28 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
0.15 (H)
0.08 (L)
0.03 (H)
(H) High confidence level
(M) Medium confidence  level
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
                                                              A22

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zssssssssKszxssxazxssBsxrasxszsfisssxa
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Di Chloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i Chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene .
1 , 2-0 i ch toropropane
B romod i ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1, 3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-oi chlorobenzene
p-Oi chlorobenzene
o-O i chlorobenzene
TABLE A3.
Bsssssxsrsscssssxsz
11/30/89
1076
CAMJ (Continued)
zzzszzzzzzzzzzzzzz
12/12/89
1096
M XXmWBSS 8X9E 3EK
12/24/89
11070

12/24/89
11080

12/24/89
1107B
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.59KM)
0.33UU
<0.04
1.41 (M)
0.076(L>
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.55 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
O.U (M)
0.86 (M)
0.28 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.11 (M)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.04KM)
0.224(1)
<0.04
3.57 (H)
0.313OO
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.53 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.04 (H)
0.56 (H)
3.43 (H)
1.16 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.139
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                                           TABLE A3.  CANJ  (Continued)
• «SSSX«xu»XXSXHMKXVH*ZSaSXZSM
Sample Date
sample to
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans -1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I or oethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch 1 oroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i br omoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoforn
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch lorobenzene
p-D i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
EXMX»«V«»BK*Z»a
12/24/89
1108R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
o.osson
1.045(L)
0.453(L)
<0.04
0.78 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.11 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 (M)
0.68 (H)
0.24 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.05 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
BXXXXXXXXXXXX3EV3
01/05/90
1128

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
0.98 (N)
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.156(H)
0.157CL)
<0.04
1.78 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.31 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.29 (L)
1.82 (L)
0.63 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.06 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
ZUBX»Ha*XMMa»MV«KB.
1144
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.656(L>
0.14KL)
<0.04
3.61 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.41 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.68 (H)
4.21 (H)
1.45 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.30 (L)
<0.02
SSXXXSSXSXXSXXXSXttSXSSS
1153

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.314(L)
0.143(L)
<0.04
0.67 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.27 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (H)
0.68 
0.24 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(M) Median confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
                                                               A24

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                        TABLE A4.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY FOR OLTX
ss2S3SS23zsrsxsss»*sa»zsn33zuss*:
Sample Date
Sarole 10
Compound
Acetylene
propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1,1-Di Chloroethane
Chloroprene
9 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i Chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t- 1 , 3-0 i chl oropropy lene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
cthylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I or ooenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
• XXXX 3X3 SS XSS SSI
01/16/89
0664
•xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxs;
01/28/89
0677
nx*3»9Essxs»xs=s
02/09/89
0693
02/21/89
0707
03/05/89
0723
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.29 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.12 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.768(L)
0.160
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.33 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.42 (H)
2.52 (H)
0.70 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.09 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.705
0.430(L)
0.09 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
1.02 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.13 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.15 (M)
0.81 CM)
0.23 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.624
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                                           TABLE  A4.   OLTX   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chtoromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
B romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi eh I or one thane
ci s- 1 ,3-Di ch loropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Di ch loropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 , 3 -Oich loropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch 1 orcmethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o- Xy 1 ene
aromoform
1 ,1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
«=====x=i3zxa3sx=:
03/17/89
0737D
==«ira«aaaaaaaaaaai
03/17/89
07380
»»ZSXSM833Z=XX=:
03/17/89
0737R
aaaxxaBxaaaaaaaas
03/17/09
0738R
xmmmmmmm*****
03/29/89
0754
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.315(0
0.165
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                                          TABLE A4.   DLTX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Prooylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromome thane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2 -D i ch loroethy I ene
t ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
B romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/10/89
0770

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.10 (O
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1 .683(1)
0.150(0
<0.04
1.14 (H)
2.230(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.53 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.32 (H)
1.17 (H)
0.35 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/22/89
0789

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04

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                                          TABLE A4.  OLTX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Samel e 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1. 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i br omoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracftloroethane
m-0 i en I orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
08/08/89
0922

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
0.11 (H)
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
•cO.003
<0.006
0.793(M)
0.1SOCL)
<0.04
1.03 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.63 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
0.45 (U
<0.001
<0.02
0.39 (H)
1.86 (H)
0.68 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
08/20/89
0940

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
0.12 U)
1.84 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.243(L)
0.138U)
<0.04
0.42 (H)
<0.004
0.04
1.001
<0.04
0.76 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.22 U)
0.63 (L)
0.25 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
«- •• >««>
0954
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.53 (L)
0.003
<0.006
0.283(L)
0.124(1)
<0.04
0.55 (H)
0.099(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.16 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
0.14 (L)
3.18 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (L)
0.74 (L)
0.25 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.12 (L)
0.39 U)
09/13/89
09650

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.62KM)
0.13UL)
<0.04
0.80 (H)
0.522CH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.02 (I)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.28 (H)
1.55 (M)
0.52 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.24 
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                                           TABLE A4.  DLTX  (Continued)
S 33XXXXXXXXS XXXXXXXXXXXX XXX 3 XX XXtt XX !
Sample Date
Sample ID
Confound
Acetylene
Propylene
Ch loromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
crans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch loromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethytene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B r omod i ch 1 oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans -1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t- 1 , 3-D i ch loropropy lene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
09/13/89
0965R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
0.18 (L)
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.032CL)
0.639(M)
0.132(0
<0.04
0.76 (H)
0.419(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.01 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.24 (M)
1.44 (M)
0.49 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/13/89
09668

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
0.03 (L)
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.975(M)
0.133(0
<0.04
1.01 (M)
1.045CH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.89 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.33 
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                                           TABLE A4.  OLTX   (Continued)
— = ««BS3XHSSSKXSnK3XXSZXSX2333SSSXS
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromome thane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroetnane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1.1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
B romod 5 ch I or omethane
c i s - 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1, 3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyr ene/ o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
11/12/89
1052

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
•cO.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.285(L)
0.128(L)
<0.04
0.92 (H)
O.OSO(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.44 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.12 (L)
<0.001
0.06 (L)
0.24 (H)
1.26 (M)
0.48 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.13 (L)
0.27 (M)
C333S33XXX33XX31
11/24/89
1068

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.221(0
0.123(L)
<0.04
0.68 (K)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.66 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (M)
0.54 (M)
0.18 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.07 (L)
0.05 (M)
BsaEssxKXaxzznxxsxxax:
12/06/89
1086
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.469(M)
0.12KL)
<0.04
0.65 (H)
0.185(1)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.86 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
 Low confidence level
                                                              A30

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                                           TABLE A4.  DLTX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3- Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-0 i chloroethy I ene
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1,2-Dichloropropane
B round i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Oichlorobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
01/11/90
11350

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.669(H)
0.145(L)
<0.04
0.81 (H)
0.140(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.40 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.17 (H)
0.81 (H)
0.29 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
xxxxxxsxxxxxx*a
01/11/90
1134R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.673(H)
0.155(L)
<0.04
0.81 (M)
0.193U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.33 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.16 (H)
0.78 (H)
0.26 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
01/11/90
1135R
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.652(H)
0.153(L)
<0.04
0.80 (H)
0.150U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.34 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.17 (H)
0.81 (H)
0.25 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
01/23/90
11480

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.391 
0.137(L)
<0.04
0.97 <«
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.55 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.21 (H)
1.04 (H)
0.34 (H)
<0.001
<0,002
<0.02
0.07 (M)
<0.02
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
01/23/90
11490

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.401 (N)
0.140(L)
<0.04
C.5S (K>
0.07KL)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.56 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.19 (H)
1.03 (H>
0.34 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.08 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
3   Duplicate sample
(M) Median confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
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                                           TABLE A4.  DLTX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi or ome thane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3- Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Di Chloroethane
Chloroprene
8 romoch 1 or omethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S ty r ene/ o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m- 0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
01/23/90
1148R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.382(M)
0.135
<0.02
1149R
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.388(M)
0.136(L>
<0.04
0.95 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.55 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.20 (H)
1.03 (H)
0.35 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.04 (L)
0.05 (M)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(H) Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
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                        TABLE AS.   MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY FOR FLFL
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -D i ch I or oe thane
Chloroprene
B romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy 1 ene
1 , 2-D i ch I oropropane
B r omod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-D i ch lorobenzene
BBBBBB8XBBBXBBBBB3
01/16/89
0667
01/28/89
0676
02/09/89
0690
BBBB-BXBVBBBBXBBBBBI
02/21/89
0704
mmmmmmmmummm
03/05/89
0721
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.64 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.34 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.506(L)
0.142CL)
<0.04
2.68 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
7.38 (H)
1.21 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.26 (H)
<0.001
0.11 (L)
0.70 (L)
4.66 (M)
1.44 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
1.36 (L)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.79 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.10 (H)
0.003
<0.006
0.599(L)
0.158(L)
<0.04
3.97 (H)
0.065U)
0.04
O.001
O.04
9.62 (M)
0.34 (M)
0.04
O.04
0.02
0.25 (M)
O.001
0.02
0.97 (M)
6.46 (H)
2.27 (H)
O.001
0.002
0.11 (H)
O.09
O.02
<1.00
0.10
O.20
0.20
0.27 (H)
0.20
O.10
O.11
1.26 (M)
0.04
O.06
0.003
0.006
0.596CH)
0.164U)
O.04
1.64 (H)
0.086(M)
0.04
0.001
O.04
4.01 (L)
0.03
0.04
O.04
0.02
0.07
O.001
0.04 (L)
0.39 (M)
2.53 (M)
1.07 (M)
O.001
O.002
0.02
0.09
0.20 (L)
<1.00
0.10
0.20
O.20
0.16 (N)
O.20
0.10
O.11
O.04
O.04
0.12 (M)
O.003
O.006
0.305U)
0.168(L)
0.04
0.72 CK>
O.004
1.72 
0.054(H)
O.04
2.52 (H)
0.03
O.04
O.04
O.02
0.56 (M)
O.001
0.02
0.30 (H)
2.09 (H)
0.85 (H)
O.001
0.002
0.02
O.09
0.02
<1.00
O.10
0.20
O.20
0.14 (M)
0.20
O.10
O.11
O.04
0.04
0.10 (L)
O.003
0.227(M)
0.367(H>
0.190U)
O.04
0.78 (H)
O.004
O.04
O.001
O.04
2.26 (M)
O.03
O.04
0.04
0.02
0.07
O.001
0.02
0.22 U)
1.39 (L)
0.76 (L)
O.001
O.002
0.02
O.09
0.02
(H) High confidence level
(M) Mediun confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
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                                          TABLE AS.  FLFL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Oi Chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetracnloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
03/17/89
0732
04/10/89
0767
fm M X9BVH » * •* * mmm mm •
04/29/89
0790
05/04/89
0801
05/16/89
0815
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.16 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.327(L)
0.175(L)
<0.04
0.98 (H)
<0.004
0.14 (M)
<0.001
<0.04
2.71 (M)
0.12 (H)
0.02 (H)
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.29 (H)
1.95 (H)
0.84 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.50 (H)
<0.20
0.21 (L)
<0.11
<0.04
0.13 (L)
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.420(L)
0.155
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                                           TABLE AS.  FLFL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Cofflpouno
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Dichloroe thane
Chloroprene
B romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t- 1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1,2- Tn" Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
ra-D i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
05/28/89
08300
05/28/89
0831D
05/28/89
0830R
05/28/89
0831R
06/09/89
0847
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.07 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.324(M)
0.136(L)
<0.04
0.86 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.43 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.26 (L)
1.53 (N)
0.55 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.11 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.32KH)
0.138(1)
<0.04
0.89 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.40 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.25 (M)
1.52 (L)
0.75 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.18 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.09 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.33KH)
0.135(L)
<0.04
0.84 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.42 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.24 (H)
1.43 (M)
0.79 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.04 (H)
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.08 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.314(L)
0.138a)
<0.04
0.85 (N)
0.022(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.47 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.25 (M)
1.47 (L)
0.69 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.28 (L)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.349(M)
0.144U)
<0.04
0.71 (L)
<0.004
2.70 (L)
<0.001
<0.04
2.34 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.10 (M)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.28 (M)
1.67 (M)
1.12 (N)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
0   Duplicate sample
(M) Medium confidence level
8   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
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                                           TABLE  AS.   FLFL   (Continued)
.s • i •— » » »«* g»aBg» »» » m a»»»»»»aK»aB»»»aa»»
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
CM oroe thane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 , 2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
8 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Oetane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trich lor oe thane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromofonn
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
tn-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
MHXXH9XZSX3S3SXX3
06/21/89
0862
07/03/89
08780
*
08790
WWXH«WaKHVm«N
0878R
WttWrnm~mT~~^^~
07/03/89
0879*
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.15 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.376(H)
0.139(L)
<0.04
1.17 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.27 (H)
0.27 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
0.06 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.37 (H)
2.40 (H)
0.18 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.28 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0. 1 1
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.3S4(M)
0.127(U)
<0.04
2.03 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.94 (N)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.48 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.65 (L)
3.44 (L)
1.94 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.30 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.391 (M)
0.13KL)
<0.04
2.01 
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Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi orome thane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2*0ichloroethylene
1,1-Oi Chloroethane
Chloroprene
Sromochloramethene
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethene
Bcnzen*
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Olchloropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-TMchloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-D i ch I orobenzene
p-D i ch I orobenzene
O'Oich lorobenzene
TABLE AS
07/15/89
0892

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.478(N)
0.130
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.79 
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                                           TABLE  AS.   FLFL   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Ch loromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch loromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi chlorobenzene
o- 0 i ch I orobenzene
09/13/89
0963

0.45 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.253U)
0.125(L)
<0.04
0.79 fM)
<0.004
0.12 (L)
<0.001
<0.04
2.33 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.04 (L)
0.33 (H)
3.28 (M)
0.84 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/25/89
09770

1.93 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.23 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.04 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.422CM)
0.124U)
<0.04
1.39 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.25 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.10 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.49 (M)
2.84 (M)
1.94 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
0.05 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
ESBHUVKWHVXKHBn
09/25/89
09780
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.31KL)
0.126(L)
<0.04
1.35 (H)
<0.004
0.20 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
4.27 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
0.21 (L)
<0.02
0.25 (M)
<0.001
0.10 (L)
0.51 (H)
2.97 (M)
1.88 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
0.08 (L)
<0.09
0.26 (L)
09/25/89
0977R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.309(N)
0.125(L)
<0.04
1.42 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.34 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.17 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.49 (H)
2.74 (M)
1.96 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/25/89
0978*

2.42 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.06 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.310(L)
0.128(L)
<0.04
1.36 (K)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.20 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.50 (L)
2.81 (L)
1.68 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.28 (M)
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
D   Duplicate samole
(M) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
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                                          TABLE AS.  FLFL   (Continued)
=====XXXXX33X=XXXXSXXXXXXX======3=XX
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2 -Oi chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans- 1 , 3-0 i ch I oropropy I ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1, 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o- 0 i ch I orobenzene
SX3X»3SSSSS»SS
10/07/89
0996

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.260CL)
0.12UL)
<0.04
1.39 (H)
<0.004
0.19 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
3.35 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.41 (M)
2.20 (M)
1.54 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.18 (L)
X3=xsxxxxxxxxxx:
10/19/89
1013

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.369(L)
0.117(L)
<0.04
2.14 (N)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.98 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.52 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.85 (H)
4.64 (H)
2.88 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
t=SX=X=XXXX=B3XSX33=X:
10/31/89
1030
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.009CH)
0.122CL)
<0.04
3.00 
<0.02
11/24/89
1063

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.27 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.28 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.369(L)
0.12UL)
<0.04
1.66 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.58 00
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.59 (L)
3.16 (H)
1.85 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
(M) Medium confidence level
(I) Low confidence level
                                                                         (Continued)
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TABLE AS.  FLFL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-Dichloropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
(H) High confidence level
12/06/89
1083

<1.00
O.10
0.20
O.20
O.10
0.20
0.10
O.11
O.04
O.04
O.06
O.003
0.006
0.756(M>
0.120(L)
O.04
3.43 (H)
0.004
O.04
O.001
0.04
9.84 (H)
O.03
0.04
O.04
O.02
O.07
O.001
0.02
1.09 (H)
6.32 (H)
2.72 (H)
O.001
0.002
0.02
0.09
0.02
CM) Medium confidence
E 3X3 33 33X 33M
12/18/89
1098

2.79 (L)
O.10
0.20
O.20
0.10
O.20
O.10
O.11
O.04
O.04
O.06
O.003
O.006
0.613(M)
0.120(L)
0.04
4.18 (H)
0.056(M)
O.04
0.001
0.04
10.53 (H)
O.03
O.04
O.04
0.02
0.44 (H)
0.001
O.02
1.20 (H)
6.88 (H)
3.70 (H)
O.001
O.002
0.02
0.09
0.02
level
12/30/89 f
1112
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
0.10
O.20
0.20
O.10
O.20
O.10
O.11'
0.54 (H)
O.04
0.06
0.003
O.OSO(H)
0.460(M)
0.137(L)
O.04
3.58 (H)
0.004
O.04
O.001
O.04
8.43 (H)
O.03
O.04
O.04
O.02
0.07
0.001
0.02
1.12 (H)
6.63 (H)
3.86 (H)
O.001
0.002
0.02
0.09
O.02
:33333!3353533353S33533333
(L) Low confidence level
.'V/90
1133

<1.00
O.10
0.20
0.20
0.25 (H)
O.20
O.10
O.11
O.04
O.04
O.06
0.003
O.006
0.602CH)
0.123(1)
0.04
2.SS (BS
O.004
O.04
O.001
0.04
6.32 (H)
O.03
O.04
O.04
0.02
O.07
O.001
0.02
0.72 (H)
4.26 (L)
2.32 (L)
O.001
0.002
0.02
O.09
O.02

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
01/23/90
1147

<1.00
O.10
O.20
0.20
O.10
0.20
0.10
<0.11
0.04
0.04
O.06
O.003
O.006
0.687CM)
0.132U)
O.04
2.16 CM)
0.020CL)
0.30 (L)
0.001
O.04
5.77 (H)
0.03
0.04
O.04
0.07 (M)
0.27 (L)
O.001
O.02
0.63 
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                        TABLE A6.   MULTIPLE DETECTOR  SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY FOR H1TX
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I orome thane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B romod i ch 1 or omethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I orome thane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o-Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m- 0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch lorobenzene
o-O i chlorobenzene
01/16/89
0665
01/28/89
0675
02/09/89
0689
02/22/89
0705
03/05/89
0720
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.15 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.97KL)
0.160(L)
<0.04
2.77 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.00 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.24 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.54 (H)
2.47 (H)
0.79 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.02 (M)
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
39.98 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.67 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.09 (H)
<0.003
0.287(M)
0.494(L)
0.352U)
<0.04
1.97 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001

1.04 (M)
0.34 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.09 (H)
0.06 (M)
4.45 U>
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.587(M)
0.34KL)
<0.04
0.57 (L)
0.044(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0,04
0.45 (L)
0.03 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.02 (M)
0.35 
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Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethyl*ne
1 , 1 -Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I or oethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropene
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1, 3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i br omoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
in-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
03/17/89
0734
03/29/89
0753
04/10/89
0768
JW22/89
0784
05/04/89
0800
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.77 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.07 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.389
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.337{L)
0.126(L)
<0.04
C.82 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.30 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.05 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.20 (H)
0.74 (M)
0.24 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
2.16 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.67 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.522(H)
0.548(L)
0.143(L)
<0.04
3.51 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.45 (H)
0.39 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.50 (H)
3.10 (H)
0.88 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
0.59 (L)
0.56 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (H)
<0.003
0.325(L)
0.281(1)
0.150(U
<0.04
1.41 (H)
<0.004
0.41 (M)
<0.001
<0.04
1.46 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.09 
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                                           TABLE A6.   H1TX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Nethylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
Sromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-0 ich I oroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B romod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-Dichlorooropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 ,1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tet rach 1 oroethy I ene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
05/18/89
0819

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.98 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.356(L)
0.146(L)
<0.04
1.46 (H)
<0.004
0.47 (L)
<0.001
0.15 (L)
1.74 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
1.57 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
0.01 (H)
0.15 CH)
0.60 (H)
0.20 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
EXXXXXXXXXXXSXX:
05/28/89
083 20

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.92 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.577(L)
0.248(L)
0.159(L)
<0.04
1.43 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.58 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.03 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.21 (H)
1.18 (H)
0.29 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/28/89
08330
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.00 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.78 (H)
<0.003
0.562(L)
0.253(L)
0.153(L)
<0.04
1.44 c::;
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.55 (H)
0.22 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.21 (L)
1.04 (L)
0.31 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/28/89
0832R

•d.OO
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.93 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.29 (H)
<0.003
0.593(H)
0.254(H)
0.154(L)
<0.04
:.:o (::;
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.56 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.21 (M)
1.12 (M)
0.30 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/28/89
0833R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.98 (N)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.542(H)
0.259(L)
0.152(L)
<0.04
1.56 (K)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.52 (M)
0.20 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.28 (M)
1.32 (H)
0.31 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
0   Ouolicate sample
(M) Medium confidence level
R   Reolicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
                                                                         (Continued)
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                                           TABLE A6.   H1TX   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
06/09/89
0848
07/03/89
0881
07/15 ""•>
08930
08940
715/89
393R
Compound Concentration, ppbv
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Brononethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 , 2-D i ch loroethylene
1 ,1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloramethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch loropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
ci s- 1 ,3-Oi ch loropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 , 3 -Dich loropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I orome thane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oichlorotx «ne
o-Oichlorobenzene
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.29 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.406(L)
0.289U)
<0.04
2.12 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.50 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.12 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.32 (M)
1.77 (M)
0.52 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
0.03 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.66 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.1800O
0.705(L)
0.125(L)
<0.04
2.40 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.56 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.52 (H)
3.18 (H)
1.04 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
2.19 (L)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.98 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.16 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.235(L)
0.147(L)
<0.04
1.39 (H)
<0.004
0.33 (H)
<0.001
0.41 (L)
1.58 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.08 (L)
<0.001
0.03 (L)
0.32 (H)
2.03 (H)
0.59 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.01 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.00 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.246(L)
0.137(L)
<0.04
1.35 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.50 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.32 (M)
2.46 (M)
0.70 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.06 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.206(L:
0.132U:
<0.04
1.32 (i:
<0.004
0.30 (L
<0.001
<0.04
1.65 (H
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.25 (h
1.95 (H
0.58 (L
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
D   Duplicate sample
(H) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
ontinued.
                                                               A44

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                                           TABLE A6.   H1TX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sanple ID
Confound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichtoroethane
Chloroprene
3 ronxxh 1 orometnane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Sromodi ch 1 oromethane
sis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1.3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethytbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch lorobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
07/15/89
08948

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.09 (H)
0.07 (L)
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.18 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.24KU
0.136
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.48 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.06 (M)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.22 (H)
1.94 (H)
0.61 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/27/89
0982

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
2.90 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.82700
0.127
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                                           TABLE A6.   H1TX   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
CMoroprene
3romochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
: rans - 1 , 3 - 0 i ch I or opropy I ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylerte
1 ,1 ,2-Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroetnane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-Oichlorobenzene
10/19/89
10180

<1.00
15.35 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.18 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.494(L)
0.128(L)
<0.04
1.33 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.96 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.25 (M)
1.34 (M)
0.52 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.12 (M)
<0.02
10/19/89
10190

<1.00
11.70 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.25 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.06 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.336(L)
0.14KL)
<0.04
1.23 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0,001
<0.04
1.88 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.13 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.24 (M)
1.35 (H)
0.45 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.11 (H)
0.09 (L)
10/19/89
1018R
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.15 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.49KL)
0.13KL)
<0.04
:.37 
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                                           TABLE  A6.   H1TX   (Continuea)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 - Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benyiwvs
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Sromodichlororaethane
c i s- 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tri chloroethane
Tetrach I oroethylene
0 i bromoch I orcmethane
Chlorooenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Brotnoi orm
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 ich I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
10/31/89
1033

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11

<0.004

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                                          TABLE A6.  H1TX  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-0 i Chloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1 -Trl Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I or oethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodichloromethaoe
cis-1,3-0ichloroprocylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
n-Octane/fl ,3-Dichloropropylene
1,1,2- fri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o- 0 i ch I orobenzene
11/30/89
1074

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.493U)
0.128(1)
<0.04
1.25 CH)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.42 .02
.25 (H)
26 (H)
0.48 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.12 (U)

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                                            TABLE  A6.   H1TX   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
CM oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chi oroe thane
Methylene chloride
tran*-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 -0 i ch 1 or opropane
aromodicht oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
ro/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- xy I ene
Bromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i chlorobenzene
01/11/90
1132

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.50 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
0.48 (H)
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.90UL)
0.176(L)
<0.04
2.59 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.35 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.52 (H)
5.78 (H)
1.08 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
01/17/90
1137
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.356(H)
0.606
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                        TABLE  A7.   MULTIPLE  DETECTOR  SPECIATED UATHP DATA  SUMMARY FOR HIFL
Sample Date
sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromonethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
3romochloroniethane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch 1 oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans • 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oropropy I ene
n-Octane/t- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethan«
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
01/19/89
0663
01/30/89
0679
02/09/89
06940
... -y/Bv
06950
02/09/89
0694R
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
6.50 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.42 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
1.73 (H)
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.934U)
0.139(L)

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                                           TABLE A7.  MIFL  (Continued)
3=23*X3atxS3XX«XMM>*JMZ»X:ES3333SX3S
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
CM oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Sutadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethy I ene
' ,1-Otchloroethane
CMoroorene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Sromodich lorome thane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichtoropropyiene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch 1 orobenzene
02/09/89
0695R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.29 
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                                           TABLE  A7.   MIFL   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compoiffid
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Nethylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romocn 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Otchloropropane
Bromodi ch I or one thane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichlorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1,3-OiehloroDrooylene
1 , 1 , 2- T r i ch I oroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 ,1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroetfiane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
04/ 10/89
0774

<1.00
0.43 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.706(H)
Q.136(L)
<0.04
1.01 
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.19 (H)
1.26 (H)
0.43 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/22/89
07880
Concentration, ppov
1.24 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.16 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.392
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                                           TABLE A7.  MIFL  (Continued)
Sanple Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
aromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
' ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroorene
Brofflochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
?«nzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromod i ch 1 oronethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
i , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 < ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O f ch I orobenzene
05/04/89
0805

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.12 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.710(H)
0.149(1)
<0.04
0.69 (H)
0.644
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Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
' ,1-Oi chloroethane
CMoroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromod i ch I or omethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1, 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i br omoch 1 ororne thane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroetnane
m-Oi chlorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
07/03/89
0876

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
4.88 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
0.91 (L) •
<0.003
<0.006
O.SOO(H)
0.134(L)
<0.04
1.82 
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                                           TABLE A7.  MIFL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Me thy I ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
Sromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1, 1,1 -Tri cht oroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropytene
1,1, 2- Tri chloroethane
Tet rach I oroethy I ene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy I ene
aromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetraehloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
07/27/89
091 OH
08/08/89
0925
08/20/89 08/26/89
0936 09490
08/26/89
09500
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.10 (H)
<0.003
0.100(L)
0.336(M)
0.133(L)
<0.04
1.30 (H)
0.212CL)

1.48 (M)
<0.001
<0.04
13.15 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
2.19 (H)
15.43 (H)
4.70 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
3.17 (H)

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Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroetnylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Sromoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i Chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bronodi ch loromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloroprooylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I orome thane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
' ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
08/26/89
0949R
08/26/89
0950R
0953
««'
09/25/89
09^3
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.326U)
0.154(L)
<0.04
4.03 (M>
0.241(1)
2.40 (L)
<0.001
<0.04
12.98 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.22 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
2. 12 (H)
15.30 (H)
4.42 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
0.03 (H)
<0.10
2.39 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.439(L)
0.133(1)
<0.04
1.24 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.55 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.60 (H)
5.20 (H)
1.96 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
0.52 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11

<0.001
<0.04
3.54 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.49 (M)
<0.001
0.06 (L)
0.41 (H)
2.10 (H)
0.87 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
1.03 U)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.299(L)
0.123(L)
<0.04
C.31 (M)
<0.004
0.09 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
2.42 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.32 (H)
1.96 (L)
0.34 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
8.60 (H)
0.17 (H)
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.729(H)
0.148(L)
<0.04
0.76 c:;
2.120(H)
•(0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.52 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.09 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.34 (H)
2.11 (H)
0.99 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.14 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(H) Hediun confidence  level
(L) LOM confidence level
                                                                         (Continuefl)
                                                              A56

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                                           TABLE A7.   MIFL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Nethylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
aromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethyl ene
1 , 2-0 i eh I oropropane
3 romodi ch 1 orometfiane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1,3-Dichloropropytene
1,1,2-Trichloroeth«ne
Tetrachl oroetnyl ene
0 i bromoch I orome thane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyr ene/o- Xy I ene
Sromof ortn
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O ich I orobenzene
10/07/89
1010

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
O.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.37 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.307CL)
0.125
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                                           TABLE A7.  MIFL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sanple 10
Con^Domd
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-8utadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Srotnochloromethane
Chloroform
1.1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi chloromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n- Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethan*
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyreoe/o- Xy I en*
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
10/31/89
10350

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.627CM)
0.120CD
<0.04
2.43 (L)
0.520(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
8.08 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.04 (H)
0.52 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.94 (H)
4.63 00
1.90 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/31/89
10360

7.82 CO
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.36 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.636(H)
0.124(U
<0.04
2.36 (L)
<0.004
0.39 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
6.27 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
0.27 (L)
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.93 (M)
4.73 (*>
1.91 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/31/89
1035R
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.30 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.734(H)
0.139(L)

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                                           TABLE A7.   MIFL  (Continue)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chtoromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
' , 1-Oichloroethane
CMoroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1-Trtchtoroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Senzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichiorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachlopoethane
m-Oich I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o • 0 i ch I orobenzene
11/24/89
1069

0.57 
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                                            TABLE A7.   HIFL  (Continued)
        Sanple Date
        Sample ID
                                       31/11 TO
                                         1150
        Compound
                                   Concentration, ppov
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-0 i chIoroethane
CtUoroorene
3romochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-TriChloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-0iChloroethane
Benzene
T r i chIoroethyIene
1,2-0 i chIoropropane
BromodichIoromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
 trans-1,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1,3-Oichloroprooylene
 1,1,2-Trichloro«than*
Tetrachloroethylene
0ibromochIoromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromofortn
 1,1,2,2-TetrachIoroethane
m-0 i chIorobenzene
 p-Oichlorobenzene
 o-OichIorobenzene
                                         <1.00
                                         <0.10
                                         <0.20
                                         <0.20
                                         <0.10
                                         <0.20
                                         <0.10
                                         <0.11
                                         <0.04
                                         <0.04
                                         <0.06
                                         <0.003
                                         <0.006
                                          0.756(H)
                                          O.U2(L)
                                         <0.04
                                          1.54 
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                        TABLE AS.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY FOR PEFL
Sample Date
Sample 10
Cofflpotnd
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromonethane
Chloroetnane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-OichlOPoethane
Chloroprene
aromocnloromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch 1 oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropyiene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetracnloroethylene
Oibromochlorome thane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
rn-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/22/89
0786

<1.00 •
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
0.08 (L)
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.313CL)
0.153U)
<0.04
0.72 (H)
<0.004
0.58 (M)
tO.001
<0.04
1.24 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.14 (H)
1.02 (H)
0.28 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
12/11/89
1087

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.738CM)
0.130CL)
<0.04
0.76 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.92 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (M)
0.68 (M)
0.25 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.03 (H)
12/18/89
1101
Concentration, pppv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.237CM)
0.137
01/11/90
1131

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.387(L)
0.155(L)
<0.04
1.01 (H)
0.408(M)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.24 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 (H)
0.73 (H)
0.28 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence  level
                               (M) Hediun confidence level
(L) Lou confidence level
(Continueo)
                                                              461

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                                           TABLE  AS.  PEFL   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
crans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
CMoroorene
3 romocn I oromethane
Chloroform
1. 1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
01/17/90
11410

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.830CH)
2.063CH)
0.143
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                        TABLE A9.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY  FOR  S2MO
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromoroethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1,1-Oichloroetnane
CMoroprene
3romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Di Chloroethane
Senzene
Trichloroethylene
1,2-Oichloropropane
Sromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylen*
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylcne
aromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch 1 orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
01/22/89
0669

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.11 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.566
1 .MM \Lj
0.116CH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.31 (M)
0.15 (M)

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                                           TABLE A9.  S2MO  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
t, 1-Oichloroetflane
Chloroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1, 3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromocft I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-oi Chlorobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-Oichlorobenzene
02/27/89
071 6R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.14 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.065(M)
0.257(L)
<0.04
1.81 (L)
0.110(M)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.19 (M)
0.12 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.19 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.69 (M)
5.11 (M)
1.11 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
02/27/89
0717R
Concentration,
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.16 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
1.074(M)
0.274(L)
<0.04
1.74 (L)
0.108(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.29 (M)
0.12 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.18 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.57 (M)
4.04 (M)
0.92 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
SX3Z33SS3S333
03/ ,1/89
0739
ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.38 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.13 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
2.262(H)
0.189(L)
<0.04
12.29 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.44 (H)
0.18 (H)
0.17 (L)
<0.04
0.01 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
0.39 (M)
0.94 (H)
6.76 (H)
1.60 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
1.13 (H)
<0.02
:====================
0744

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.793(L)
0.175(L)
<0.04
2.79 (M)
<0.004
1.30 (M)
<0.001
<0.04
3.74 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.20 (L)
<0.001
0.18 (M)
0.70 (M)
4.48 (M)
1.10 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/05/89
0763

<1.00
5.26 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.678(L)
0.149(L)
<0.04
1.47 '^.;
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.74 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (M)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.59 (H)
3.60 (H)
0.97 (H)
<0.001
0.265(H)
<0.02
1.3S (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(H) Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
                                        (Cor
                                                               A64

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                                           TABLE A9.  S2MO  (Continued)
Sarole Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Sutadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
.Methylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroetnane
Chloroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1 ,1-Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch loroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 - 0 i ch 1 oropr opane
Sromodi ch I or one thane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
crans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropyler>e
1 , 1 ,2- Tri en loroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromocn I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/28/89
0791

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
0.12 
0.146U)
<0.04
1.88 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.35 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.16 (I)
<0.001
0.30 (L)
0.61 (M)
3.78 (M)
0.95 (H)
<0.001
0.380(M)
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/10/89
0809

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.692(H)
O.U8(L)

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Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
8 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 ibromochloromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
06/27/89
0866

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.19 (H)
0.162CM)
<0.006
0.897CH)
0.158(L)
<0.04
1.18 (M)
<0.004
0.35 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
2.31 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.34 (L)
2.04 (L)
0.50 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
07/09/89
0882
Concentration,
<1.00
5.62 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.09 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
1.62 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.526(H)
0.15KU
<0.04
0.97 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
0.058(L)
<0.04
2.28 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.21 (H)
<0.001
0.36 'D
0.47 ^)
2.76 (M)
0.87 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
07/21/89
0898
ppbv
2.46 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.11 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.10 (H)
<0.003
0.400(H)
0.726(H)
0.14HL)
<0.04
1.65 
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                                           TABLE A9.   S2HO   (Continues)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Ccfflpomd
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethan*
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
3romometh«ne
Chloroethar*
Methyl ene chloride
rrans- 1 , 2-0 i ch t oroethy I ene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch 1 oromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1, 2- Trichloroethane
Tetrechloroethylene
0 i bromocn I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy I ene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
ITI-O i ch lorobenz ene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
08/15/89
0932D

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.49 (M)
<0.003
0.129(H)
0.796(M)
0.130
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                                           TABLE  A9.   S2HO  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1.3- Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
3 romocn 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloro«thane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1.2-Trichloroethane
Tetrach loroethyl ene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy 1 ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2.2-Tetracnloroethane
ffl-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-Oichlorobenzene
09/20/89
0976

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.488
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                                           TABLE A9.  S2MO  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadtene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
' , 1-Oi Chloroethane
CMoroorene
3 romocn I orometnane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachlonde
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B romodi ch 1 oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans- 1 , 3 -0 i ch loropropy 1 ene
i-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroetnane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromocn I oromethane
CM orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
aromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracntoroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
11/08/89
10440

<1.00
5.90 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.363
0.127CU
<0.04
1.74 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.03 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.19 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.56 (H)
3.00 (H)
1.10 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.51 (L)
<0.02
11/08/89
1043R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.32BCM)
0.130U)
<0.04
1.35 (H)
0.02KL)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.54 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.55 (M)
2.91 (H)
1.00 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.18 (M)
<0.02
11/08/89
10448
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0..04
0.02 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.332W
0.123(L)
<0.04
1.79 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.96 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.12 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.60 (H)
3.00 (H)
1.01 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.21 (L)
<0.02
11/18/89
1057

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.892(H)
0.356CU
<0.04
3.37 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
12.62 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.46 (L)
2.38 (L)
0.66 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
11/30/89
1075

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.927(H)
0.343(L)
<0.04
1.58 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.68 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.18 (L)
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.48 (M)
2.86 (H)
0.82 (H)
<0.001
<0.002

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Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1-Dichloroethane
Chloroorene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 ,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylen*
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 , 3 -0 i ch loropropyl ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
(H) High confidence level (M)
12/12/89
1095

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.066(L)
0.408(1)

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                        TABLE A10.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR  SPECIATED  UATHP DATA SUMMARY FOR SAIL
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 orornet hane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 , 2 - 0 i ch I or opr opane
Bromod i ch 1 oromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
n-Octane/ t • 1 ,3 -D i ch 1 oropropy 1 ene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracfiloroethane
m-0 i ch lorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i en lorobenzene
01/22/89
0668
02/02/89
0680
02/16/89
0703
02/27/89
0718
03/11/89
07260
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
0.03 (L)
0.08 (H)
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.302(L)
0.231U)
<0.04
0.^4 (M)
<0.004
0.22 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
0.44 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.08 (L)
0.35 (M)
0.14 (L)
<0.001
0.12 (M)
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.375
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                                           TABLE A10.   SAIL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl en* chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
i , 1 -0 i ch I oroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 orometnane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichlorocthane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloroprooyler>*
1,1,2-Trichloroethar*
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i br omoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 or obenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i Chlorobenzene
03/11/89
072 7D

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.99 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.754(H)
0.174
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                                          TABLE A10.  SAIL  (Continued)
Samcle Date
S ancle ID
Compoifid
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
tran3-1,2-0ichloro«thylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
Sromocn 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 - Tr i ch I oroethane
Cartxn tetrachtoride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
S*"»ene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Sromodi ch lorometharw
c i s- 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloro«thane
Tetracnloroethylene
0 ibromochlorome thane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1, 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
rn-0 i en I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/18/89
0779
05/02/89
0799
05/10/89
0807
05/22/89
08280
05/22/89
08290
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.383(L)
0.138(L)
<0.04
0.79 (H)
<0.004
<0.(J4
<0.001

<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.45 (H)
0.12 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.53 (H)
0.34 (H)
2.55 (H)
0.58 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.02 (L)
5.29 (H)
0.47 (H)
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.08 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.298CH)
0.143(L)
<0.04
" ^ ^ • • \
U.JU 1.1. J
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.56 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (M)
<0.07
<0.001
0.08 (M)
0.07 (L)
0.33 (L)
0.08 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.04 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.262CM)
0.14KL)
<0.04
S.4S (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.58 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (L)
<0.07
<0.001
0.03 (L)
0.07 (L)
0.40 (L)
0.12 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
0   Ouoticate  sarnie
CM)  Median confidence  level
(L) Low confidence level
(Continues)
                                                             A73

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                                           TABLE  A10.   SAIL   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chlorometnane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Sutadiene
Bromomethane
Ch t or oe thane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1, 2-0 ichloroethytene
1 , 1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromochloromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 -Trichtoroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Sromodichloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/ 1 - 1 , 3 -0 i ch 1 oropropy I ene
1 ,1,2-Tnchloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
BromoTonn
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch t orobenzene
05/22/89
0828R
05/22/89
0829R
06/03/89
08A2
.-, .3/39
0856
06/27/89
0866
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 (M)

<0.07
<0.001
0.07 CM)
0.08 
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                                           TABLE A10.  SAIL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
CMoroprene
Sromoch loromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodi ch 1 orome thane
cis-1,3-0(chloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i eh lorobenzene
07/08/89
0889

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
1.37 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.24KM)
0.138(L)
<0.04
0.29 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.56 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.09 (H)
0.12 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.07 (H)
0.45 (H)
0.22 (M)
<0.001
0.042(M)
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
07/21/89
0904

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.21 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
5.205(L)
0.148(L)
<0.04
1.92 (M)
0.7870O
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
15.91 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.20 (H)
0.69 (H)
2.47 (H)
1.87 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
08/02/89
0918
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.17 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.768(M)
0.146(L)
<0.04
1.40 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.56 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.41 (L)
<0.001
0.38 (H)
0.23 (H)
1.23 (H)
0.47 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
08/15/89
0930

10.37 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.46 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
6.28UH)
0.147(L)
<0.04
2.40 (H)
o.an(M)
<0.04
0.084(H)
<0.04
2.07 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.07 (M)
<0.02
0.42 (H)
<0.001
11.72 (H)
0.56 (H)
2.48 (H)
0.82 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.05 (M)
2.77 (H)
<0.02
08/26/89
09440

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.356(M)
0.133(L)
<0.04
0.81 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
0.09 (L)
1.43 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.13 (H)
0.21 (M)
0.84 (H)
0.40 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
0   Duplicate sample
(M)  Medium confidence level
(L)  Low confidence Level
                                       (Continued)
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                                           TABLE A10.  SAIL   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sanple ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chlororaethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3- Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroetnane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I orometnane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i Chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 r2-0ichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
:rans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
Dibromochloromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I or obenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-Oichlorobenzene
08/26/89
09450

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.61KM)
0.138(L)
<0.04
0.86 (H)
0.06KL)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.61 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.16 (M)
<0.001
0.26 (H)
0.24 (M)
1.04 (H)
0.44 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
08/26/89
09448

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.365
0.056
<0.001
<0.02
8.74 (L)
30.26 (L)
16.61 (L>
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
2.85 (L)
09/19/89
0977

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (H)
"0.003
<0.006
0.292CL)
0.133(L)
<0.04
0.97 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.90 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.12 (L)
<0.001
0.02 (M)
0.21 (M)
1.01 (M)
0.34 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.09 c<»  ' °vel
                                                                          (Continued)
                                                               A 76

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                                           TABLE A10.   SAIL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Conpocnd
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
aromomethane
Chloroethene
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroettiane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2'Oichloropropane
B romodi ch I oromethane
ci s- 1 ,3-0 i ch loropropy lene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 , 3 -Oich loropropy 1 ene
n-Octane/ t- 1 , 3-0 i ch loropropy 1 ene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromocn I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
o-O i ch t orobenzene
10/03/89
0998

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.414(M)
0.137CL)
<0.04
1.74 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.81 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (H)
0.11 (L)
<0.001
0.67 (H)
0.52 (M)
2.66 (M)
0.64 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.03 (M)
2.35 (H)
0.03 (L)
10/13/89
1006

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
2.065
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                                           TABLE A1Q.   SAIL   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
C filer one thane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-8utadiene
Bromarnethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroetnane
Chloroorene
Sromocn I oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch 1 ororne thane
c i s- 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloro«thane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S ty rene/ o- Xy 1 ene
Sromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroetnane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-0 i ch 1 oroOenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
11/18/89
10600

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.889U)
0.365
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                                          TABLE MO.  SAIL  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
CMoromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadtene
aromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2 -0 i ch I oroethy I ene
1,1-Oichloroethane
CMoroorene
3 romocn I orometnane
Chloroform
1, 1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromod i eh I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-Octane/ 1 - 1 , 3-0 i ch loroprooy I ene
1 , 1,2-Trichloroetnane
Tetracnloroethylene
D i bromoch I orome thane
Chlorotoeniene
rthylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylen«
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
=SS5S==SSS=SSS======S===S===========S=3====:
12/24/89
1113

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.428(L)
0.416
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                        TABLE A11.   MULTIPLE DETECTOR  SPECIATED  UATHP DATA SUMMARY FOR W1DC
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
He thy I ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroetnane
CMoroorene
3 romocn I oromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 ,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
3 romodi ch I orometnane
cts-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans - 1 , 3 • 0 i ch I oropropy I ene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichlorooropylene
1 , 1 , 2- T r i ch 1 oroethane
T et rach I oroethy I ene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/o-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
' , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
in-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
01/22/89
0674
02/03/89
0687
02/1i/
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Sample Date 03/23/89 03/23/89 03/23/89
Sample ID 07470 07468 0747R
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloriae
1,3-Butadiene
Brofflomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oi Chloroethane
-hloroorene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachlonde
1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
c i s- 1 , 3 -0 i ch 1 oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 , 3-0 i ch lorooropylene
n-Octane/t- 1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Tricnloroetnane
Tetrachloroethylen*
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromofonn
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/04/89
0758
04/16/89
0776
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
5.11 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.11 
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.14 (L)
<0.001
0.06 (M)
0.18 (H)
1.06 (H)
0.32 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.09 (H)
<0.02
<1.00
4.56 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.08 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.439(H)
0.208(1.)
<0.04
1.01 (L)
0.090(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.82 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.17 CD
<0.001
<0.02
0.18 (H)
1.02 (H)
0.24 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.34KD
0.139(L)
<0.04
0.79 (H)
<0.004
0.58 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
1.66 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
1.13 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.20 CH)
0.97 (H)
0.32 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
0.17 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.09 (L)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
0.06 (L)
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.314(L)
0.135(L)
<0.04
1.01 (H)
<0.004
0.30 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
1.96 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.ft4
<0.02
0.09 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.17 (H)
1.07 (H)
0.31 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.10 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
3   Duplicate sample
(M) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
CD  Low confidence level
                                       (Continued)
                                                              A31

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Samel e Date 04/28/89 05/10/89 05/22/89 oO/u-J/89 06/03/89
Sample ID 0792 0804 0824 03370 08380
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Dichloro«thylen*
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroorene
Sromocn I orome thane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Sromodi ch lorornethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Dichlorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloroprooylene
',1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromof orm
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroetnane
ffl-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.332CH)
O.HO(L)
<0.04
0.66 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.63 CM)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.14 (H)
0.75 (H)
0.26 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
3.23 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.344(H)
0.146(L)
<0.04
0.66 (H)
<0.004
0.41 
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
<1.00
5.26 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.26 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.438(M)
0.137CL)
<0.04
1.73 CL>
<0.004
0.49 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
3.47 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (M)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.39 (L)
2.65 (L)
0.70 U>
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.30 (L)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.387CH)
0.146(L)
<0.04
1.01 (H)

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                                           TABLE A11.   W1DC   (Continuea)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
He thy ten* chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oi Chloroethane
:hloropren«
Sromochlorometnane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Sromodi ch 1 oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chloropenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
06/03/89
OS37R

•0.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11

<0.001
<0.02
0.18 (H)
1.03 (H)
0.36 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
06/03/89
0838R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.389(L)
0.146(L)
<0.04
0.96 (H)
<0.004
0.59 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
1.72 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.06 (H)
0.23 (U
<0.001
<0.02
0.17 (H)
1.08 (H)
0.35 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
===ss=sss======-======
06/19/89
0857
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
0.39 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 CH)
<0.003
<0.006
0.404CH)
0.139(L)
<0.04
1.34 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001

1.30 (H)
0.45 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.11 (I)
(H) High confidence level
9   Replicate analysis
(M)  Medium confidence level
(L) Low confidence level
                                                                         (Continuea)
                                                               A83

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                                           TABLE Alt.   W10C  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chtoroethane
Methylene chloride
:rans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1-Di Chloroethane
CMoroprene
3 romocn 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 or oethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Sromodichloromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans- 1 ,3-Oichloroorooylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
3 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroetfiane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
07/21/89
0899

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.20 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
1.02 (U
<0.003
<0.006
0.387(1)
0.133CL)
<0.04
1.49 (H)
0.014(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.22 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.53 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.53 (H)
2.75 (H)
1.13 (L>
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.36 (U
<0.02
08/14/89
0928

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.638
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                                           TABLE A11.  W1DC  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vtnyl chloride
1,3-Sutadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
CMoroprene
3 romoch 1 orometnane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
8 romodi Chloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropytene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
Dibromoch I orometnane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromofonn
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
09/07/89
0962D

9.25 (L)
6.67 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.21 CM)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.19 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.535CM)
0.125CL)
<0.04
1.59 (H)
0.056(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.67 
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                                           TABLE A11.   U1DC  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2-0 i ch loroethy I ene
^ , 1-Oichtoroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch l orome thane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i Chloroethane
Benzene
T rich loroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Srornodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xyl ene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch lorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
10/13/89
1004

<1.00
11.30 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.204(M)
0.53KL)
0.128(L)
<0.04
3.04 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
6.50 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.78 (H)
4.39 (H)
1.63 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/25/89
1024

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.56 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.685(L)
0.124(L)
<0.04
3.87 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
8.05 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
1.01 (L)
5.87 (L)
2.10 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
11/06/89
1038
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.424(L)
0.127(L)
<0.04
1.21 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001

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TABLE All.   U10C   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
CMoroprene
Sromoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1, 2-0 i Chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B romod i ch 1 ororne thane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrach I oroethy lene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
11/30/89
10710

<1.00

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                        TABLE A12.  MULTIPLE DETECTOR SPECIATED UATHP DATA SUMMARY  FOR W2DC
===S==S=3SSSX=SS====S=SS833SSS====SS:
Sanple Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propyler*
Chlorotnethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-0ichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroetfiane
Chloropreoe
Bromochlorometnane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch t oropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
"etrachloroerhylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyr ene/ o- Xy I ene
Sromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
02/03/89
0686
02/15/89 02/i//6y .-/..,-»
0700 0713 0729
03/23/89
0748
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.23 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.11 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.398CH)
0.157CL)
<0.04
1.95 (H)
<0.00i
0.26 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
5.90 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.49 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.58 (H)
2.53 (M)
0.72 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.25 (M)
<0.02
19.69 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.33 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.05 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
o.sao(H)
0.178(L)
<0.04
2.6fi CH)
<0.004
1.40 (L)
<0.001
<0.04
6.34 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.53 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.69 (H)
3.81 (M)
1.20 (H)
<0.001
0.110(L)
0.55 (L)
0.32 (H)
0.27 (L)
<1.00
5.87 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
0.11 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.677(L)
0.269CL)
<0.04
1.24 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.31 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.18 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.31 (H)
1.69 (M)
0.48 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.14 (H)
<0.02
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04

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                                            TABLE A12.  U2DC  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1 , 2-Oi chloroethytene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
3 romoch 1 orometh an*
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch lorome thane
cis*1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloroprooylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloroprooylene
1 , 1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethyleoe
D i bromoch I orome thane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylen*
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
n-0 i ch I orooenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/04/89
07640

<1.00
2.28 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.57KM)
0.154(1}
<0.04
0.78 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
0.074(M)
<0.04
2.20 (H)
0.08 (U
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.13 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.27 (H)
1.42 (H)
0.49 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/04/89
07650

<1.00
2.54 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.510(M)
0.152CL)
<0.04
0.82 (L)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.03 (H)
0.07 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.13 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.20 (H)
1.05 (H)
0.36 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/04/89
0764R
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
2.97 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.530CM)
0.148CL)
<0.04
0.77 
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                                            TABLE A12.  U2DC  (Continued)
= =S333333S3====S3333333333==3S3:==33S:
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-8utadiene
Broranethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloro«thylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
3 romocn 1 orcmethane
Chlorofonn
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch I oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch 1 oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctan*/t-1 , 3-Diehloroprooyiene
1 ,1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromochloromethane
Chlorotoenzene
EChylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
3romoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
n-0 i ch I orobenzen*
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/28/89
0795

<1.00
3.18 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.15 CM)
<0.20
0.18 (H)
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.672CL)
0.146U)
<0.04
1.05 (H)
0.182U)
0.88 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
2.40 (H)
0.07 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.26 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.46 (H)
1.83 (M)
0.65 CM)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
05/22/89
0825
Co
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.23 U)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
0.10 (L)
0.12 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.507(H)
0.137(L)
<0.04
2.12 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001

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Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl en* chloride
t rans- 1 , 2-0 i ch loroethy lene
1 , 1-Oi Chloroethane
Chloroprene
Sromoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans- 1 , 3 -0 i ch 1 oropropy I ene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1,1,2-Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromocn I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
06/15/89
0358R

<1.00
3.85 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.26 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.22 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.373(H)
0.138U)
<0.04
1.48 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.77 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.52 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.47 (H)
2.65 (H)
0.74 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
06/15/89
0859R

<1.00
3.89 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.27 (H)
<0.20
0.18 (L)
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.30 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
Q.367(H)
0.138(L)
<0.04
1.48 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.72 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.62 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.50 
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                                            TABLE A12.   U2DC  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
CMoroprene
3 r omoch I orome thane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropyiene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/ 1 • 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oroprooy I ene
1 , 1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrach loroethy 1 ene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o - 0 i ch I orobenzene
08/26/89
0946

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
1.14 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.634CL)
0.13UL)
<0.04
1.34 (H)
<0.004
0.08 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
3.68 CM)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.02 (L)
0.58 (H)
2.71 (H)
1.04 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
09/07/89
0960

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.432CH)
0.134(L)
<0.04
1.83 CH)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.33 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.11 (M)
<0.02
1.02 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.67 (M)
3.11 (H)
1.23 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.28 (M)
09/19/89
09740
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
3.83 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.25 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.03 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.460(M)
0.129(L)
<0.04
1.47 (H)
0.037U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.29 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.45 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.50 (M)
2.45 (M)
0.93 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.37 (H)
0.17 (L)
o / n. / n
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                                            TABLE A12.  U2DC  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Confound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-8utadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
:rans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
3cniens
Trichloroethylen*
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
B romod t ch I orome thane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloroprooylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracfiloroethane
m-OichloroOenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch Lorooenzene
09/19/89
0975R

<1.00
4.89 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 CD
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11

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                                            TABLE  A12.   W2DC   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
aromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans- 1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
3romocnioronietnane
Chloroform
1 , 1, 1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 t chloroethane
Benzene
T p i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
cis-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Oetane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloroprooylene
1 ,1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Stypene/o-Xylene
BroniOT omi
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
11/18/89
1055

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.233CH)
0.129(U
<0.04
0.97 (H)
0.035(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.10 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.12 (U
0.04 (M)
<0.07
<0.001
0.03 (H)
0.23 (H)
1.29 
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TABLE A12.   U2DC  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2-0 i ch loroethyl ene
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
:Moroprene
3 rotnoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
3 routed i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrach loroethyl ene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m- 0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
(H) High confidence level (H)
12/12/89
1090R

<1.00
12.39 (M)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04

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                        TABLE A13.   MULTIPLE :ETECTOR SPECIATED UATMP DATA SUMMARY FOR U1KS
= 333S333SS3S3S333S33:333S33333333S3:5S333S3333333333333:
Sample Date 01/22/89
Sample ID 0671
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
' , 1 -Oichloroethan*
Chloroprene
3 romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-THchloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 - 0 i ch I oropropane
Bromodichloromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichtorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropytene
• , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
3 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-Oich lorobenzene
p-0 i ch lorobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
===sss33sss3sss==:
02/03/89
0683
sss=33ss=s==ss:s="
02/15/av
0701
^/^,/oV 03/11/89
0709 0724
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.292CL)
0.223
0.257CH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.03 (H)
0.16 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.11 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.26 (M)
1.85 (H)
0.43 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.12 (H)
<0.02
<1.00
2.14 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.28 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
0.05 (H)
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.560(H)
0.267CL)
<0.04
1.21 (M)
0.150U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.37 (L)
0.17 (L)
0.05 (H)
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.16 (L)
1.06 (L)
0.24 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.05 (L)
<0.09
0.10 (H)
(H)  High confidence  level
(M) Medium confidence level
(L) Low conf'-fence level
                                                                         (Continued)
                                                               A96

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                                           TABLE A13.  U1KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1, 1-Oichloroethane
Chloroorene
3romocn I orotnethane
Chloroform
1 , 1 , 1 - Tr i ch I oroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2-0 i ch 1 oropropane
3 roinod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropytene
1, 1, 2- Tri Chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D ibromochloromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
3romoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloro«thane
m- 0 i ch I orobenzene
p- 0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
03/23/89
0740

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.294(L)
0.27KU
0.04 (L)
0.61 (M)
2.183CU
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.80 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.10 (H)
0.63 (H)
0.18 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/04/89
0761

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.348U)
0.152CU
<0.04
0.63 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.79 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (H)
0.70 (H)
0.18 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/16/89
07710
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.617CH)
0.146(L)
<0.04
0.49 (H)
0.077(L)
0.58 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
0.47 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.07 (L)
<0.001
0.01 (H)
0.07 (H)
0.36 (H)
0.13 (H)
0.016
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                                           TABLE  A13.   U1KS   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-9utadiene
3romomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1-Oi Chloroethane
-hloroorene
Sromocn loromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 -0 i ch I or opropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloroorooylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
3romoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
04/16/89
0772R

<1.00
<0.10
"0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
Q.616(H)
0.145(L)
<0.04
0.48 (H)
0.044(L)
0.61 (L)
<0.001
<0.04
0.48 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
"0.02
0.08 (L)
<0.001
0.02 (L)
0.06 (H)
0.36 (H)
0.11 (H)
"0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/28/89
0798

1.57 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
1.50 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.12 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.307(L)
0.144(L)
<0.04
0.96 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0,04
1.44 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
"0.04
<0.02
"0.07
<0.001
"0.02
0.19 (L)
1.08 (L)
0.27 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.01 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
05/10/89
0813
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
"0.04
^0.06
<0.003
"0.006
0.492(L)
0.155(L)
<0.04
1.02 (H)
0.367(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.90 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.06 (L)
<0.001
0.03 (H)
0.23 (H)
1.63 (H)
0.38 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
35/22/89
0826

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.24 (M)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.354(H)
0.145(L)
<0.04
1.07 (L)
1.49KL)
0.58 (L)
<0.001
<0.04
2.14 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 
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                                           TABLE A13.  W1KS   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
P ropy I en*
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-8utadiene
Sroroomethane
Chloroethane
Methyl ene chloride
t rans- 1 , 2 -0 i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 , 1-Oichloroethane
Cfiloroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i ch I oroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
aromodi ch I oromethane
cis«1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1,3-0ichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Triehloroetnane
Tetrachloroetnylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylen*
Sromoform
1 , 1.2,2-Tetracnloroethane
tn-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
06/15/89
0854

<1.00
12.89 (H)
<0.20
<0.20
0.56 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.258(L)
O.H3CL)
<0.04
1.13 (H)
0.168(M)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
2.21 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.07 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.33 (H)
2.02 (H)
0.60 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
06/27/89
08710

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.33 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.272CH)
0.152
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                                           TABLE A13.  U1KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Cotnpouxl
Acetylene
Prooylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
rrans-1,2-D»chloroethylene
1 , 1-Oichloroetnane
:!iloropren«
3 romoch I orometnane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Oichloropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropyiene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromofonn
1,1,2 , 2- Tet rach I oroetnane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oichlorobenzene
o*0 i ch I orobenzene
07/09/89
0887

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.34 (H)
<0.003
0.077(L)
0.178
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                                            TABLE A13.  U1KS   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
aromomethsr*
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1 , 1 -Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
a romoch 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri Chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Di Chloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 , 2-0 i ch I oropropane
B romod i ch I oromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans- 1 , 3 -0 i ch I oroprooylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1,1,2-Tnchloroethane
letrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
3rocnoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
09/07/89
0956

3.01 (U
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.51 (L)
<0.003
<0.006
0.205(L)
0.124(L)
<0.04
0.79 (H)
0.374(H)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.45 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.20 (M)
1.04 (M)
0.36 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.01 (L)
0.13 (L)
<0.02
09/19/89
0970

1.13 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.04 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.254(L)
0.13KL)
<0.04
0.69 (H)
<0.004
0.40 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
1.37 (U
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.18 (L)
0.98 (L)
0.33 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.12 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
10/01/89
09920
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.213(L)
0.119(L)
<0.04
0.57 (H)
0.353CM)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.84 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (M)
0.28 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.13 (M)
0.60 (L)
0.18 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.37 (L)
0.04 (M)
10/01/89
09930

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.192(U
0.124(L)
<0.04
0.57 (H)
0.313CH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.77 (L)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 (L)
0.62 (L)
0.25 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.16 (M)
10/01/89
0992R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.198(L)
0.123(L)
<0.04
0.64 (H)
0.21KH)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.81 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.18 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 CM)
0.63 (H)
0.24 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.26 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
D   Duplicate sample
(M) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
(Continued)
                                                              A101

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                                           TABLE A13.  U1KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
' ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
3 r omocn I o r ome t h ane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1 ,2- Trichloroethane
Tetracnloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Brocnof ortn
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch 1 orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-Di Chlorobenzene
10/01/89
0993R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.199(L)
0.127U)
<0.04
0.60 (H)
0.337(M)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.90 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.42 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.11 (M)
0.63 (M)
0.21 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/13/89
1101

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.2Q
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.252(1)
0.132(L)
<0.04
1.01 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.35 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.25 
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                                           TABLE A13.   U1KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans- 1,2-Dichloroethylene
1 , 1 -Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
3romochloromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
c i s- 1 , 3 - D i ch I oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1,2-THchloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 t bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
EChylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-Oi chlorobenzene
11/30/89
1077

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.479(L)
0.830(L)
<0.04
3.31 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
5.24 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.80 (L)
4.71 (L)
1.48 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
12/12/89
1092

3.44 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.145U)
0.629(H)
0.545(L)
<0.04
1.20 (H)
0.228OO
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.63 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.22 (H)
1.26 (H)
0.36 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.13 (L)
0.05 (H)
12/30/89
11100
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.289(L)
0.164(1)
<0.04
0.69 (H)
0.032CL)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.62 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.10 (H)
0.50 (H)
0.17 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.20 (L)
<0.02
12/30/89
11110

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.277(H)
0.160(L)
<0.04
0.67 (H)
0.049(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.61 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.10 (H)
0.45 (M)
0.16 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
12/30/89
11 108

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.237(L)
0.156CL)
<0.04
O.iS CH)
0.040(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.63 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.09 (H)
0.51 (H)
0.17 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.19 (L)
<0.02
(H) High confidence level
0   Duplicate sample
(H) Medium confidence level
R   Replicate analysis
(L) Low confidence level
                                                                                                         (Continued)
                                                              A103

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TABLE A13.   U1KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Sromamethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
' ,1-Oichloroetnane
Chloroorene
B rornocn 1 oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
c i s- 1 , 3-D i ch 1 oropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctan«/t-1 ,3-Dichl oropropylene
1 ,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroettiylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orofaenzene
o-D i ch I orobenzene
(H) High confidence level (M)
R Replicate analysis
12/30/89
1111R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04

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                        TABLE A14.   MULTIPLE  DETECTOR  SPECIATED  UATMP  DATA SUMMARY FOR U2KS
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroprene
Bromocn loromethane
Chloroform
1 , 1,1-Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 , 2 - 0 i ch 1 oropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 ,1,2-Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
01/22/89
0670
02/03/89
0682
02/15/89
0702
02/27/89
0711
03/11/89
0725
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.10 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.28KM)
0.222(L)
<0.04
0.43 (M)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.36 (M)
0.09 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (L)
0.09 (H)
<0.001
<0.02
0.06 (H)
0.26 (L)
0.08 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.03 (H)
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
0.18 (H)

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                                           TABLE A14.  U2KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
' , 1 -Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
3 romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi Chloromethane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromocn I oromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S ty rene/ o- Xy I ene
Sromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
03/23/89
0741

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.02 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.273(L)
0.251U)
0.05 (L)
0.53 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.50 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.15 (L)
<0.001
0.04 (H)
0.07 (M)
0.43 (H)
0.12 (M)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/04/89
0750

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.26KL)
0.147(L)
<0.04
0.56 (H)
0.424U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.58 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.10 (H)
0.59 (H)
0.19 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/16/89
0773
Concentration, ppbv
2.08 (L)
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
1.06 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.235(L)
0.158(L)
<0.04
0.37 (H)
<0.004
0.74 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
0.39 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
'0.02
0.07 (M)
<0.001
<0.02
0.08 (H)
0.40 (H)
0.11 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.24 U)
<0.02
07960

<1.00
2.78 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.05 (L)
<0.20
<0.10

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                                           TABLE A14.   U2KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
P ropy I en*
Chi oromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Hethylene chloride
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Dichloroethane
Chtoroprene
Sromochloromethane
Chloroform
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 ,2-Oichloroethane
Benzene
T r i ch 1 oroethy I ene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
8 romod i ch 1 oromethane
c i s- 1 , 3 -0 i ch 1 oropropy I ene
Toluene
n-Octane
t rans- 1 , 3 -D i ch I oropropy I ene
n-Octane/ t - 1 , 3-0 i ch I oropropy I ene
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch I oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Dichlorobenzene
o-Oichlorobenzene
04/28/89
0796R

<1.00
2.53 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.217(1)
0.142U)
<0.04
0.55 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.81 (H)
0.04 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
0.01 (H)
0.06 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.07 (L)
0.43 (H)
0.12 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
04/28/89
0797R

<1.00
2.79 (L)
<0.20
<0.20
0.04 (L)
<0.20
<0.10

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Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
vinyl chloride
1,3 -Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
' , 1 -Dichloroetnane
Chloroprene
a r omocn 1 o r orne t h ane
Chloroform
1,1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Sromodi Chloromethane
cis-1,3-0ichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichlorooropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch 1 oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethyl benzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy I ene
B rofnoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetracnloroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi Chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
07/21/89
0903

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.2Q
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
1.51 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
O.K (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.308(L)
0.134(1}
<0.04
0.91 (H)
0.090(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.50 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.27 (H)
1.30 (H)
0.45 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
0.02 (M)
<0.09
0.11 U)
03/02, ex
0915

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.24 (H)
<0.003
0.02KL)
0.358(L)
0.143(L)
<0.04
0.37 CH)
0.426(1)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.55 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.06 (H)
0.12 (H)
0.82 (H)
0.31 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
uy/ti/_»
0979
Concentration, ppov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.39 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.559(L)
0.212(1)
<0.04
2.23 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.46 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.04 (L)
0.16 (H)
<0.07
<0.001
0.15 (L)
0.66 (L)
3.68 (L)
1.22 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.21 (L)
, - ., u/
0994

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
0.06 (M)
<0.10
2.26 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
0.08 (H)
<0.003
<0.006
0.222(U
0.127(L)
<0.04
0.51 
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                                            TABLE AU.   U2KS   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromome thane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Oichloroethylene
1,1-Dichloroethane
Chloroprene
8 romoch I oromet hane
Chloroform
1.1, 1 -Tri chloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Oichloroethaoe
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch loromethane
cis-1 ,3-Olchloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Dichloropropylene
n-0ctane/t-1,3-0ichloropropylene
1 , 1 ,2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
D i bromoch 1 oromethaoe
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
Styrene/o-Xylene
Bromoform
1 ,1,2,2-Tetrachtoroethane
m-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i chlorobenzene
10/13/89
10080

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
5.36 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.222(L)
0.13KL)
<0.04
0.64 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.78 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
0.02 (L)
0.12 (H)
0.52 (H)
0.23 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/13/89
10090

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
4.72 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.227(L)
0.129(L)
<0.04
0.66 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.74 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.13 (H)
0.57 (H)
0.21 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.12 (H)
10/13/89
1008R
Concentration, pcov
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
4.89 (L)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.223(L)
0.127(L)
<0.04
0.65 (H)
0.018(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.80 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
0.02 (L)
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 (H)
0.55 (H)
0.22 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.03 (L)
10/13/89
1009R

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
4.93 (H)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.23KL)
0.129(L)
<0.04
0.64 (H)
<0.004
0.28 (H)
<0.001
<0.04
0.76 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.12 (H)
0.55 (H)
0.21 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
<0.02
10/19/89
1017

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
0.49 (H)
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
0.35 (M)
<0.003
<0.006
0.406(H)
0.332CL)
<0.04
1.18 (L)
0.595(L)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
1.63 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
0.01 (M)
0.03 (H)
0.14 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.30 (M)
1.58 (H)
0.57 (L)

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                                           TABLE  AU.   U2KS   (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromome thane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oi chloroethane
Chloroorene
B romoch I oromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1 ,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1,2-Dichloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch I oromethane
cis-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-Oichloropropylene
1 , 1 , 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 i bromoch I oromethane
Chlorobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
m-Oi Chlorobenzene
p-0 i ch I orobenzene
o-O i ch lorobenzene
10/25/89
1021

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
5.22 (M)
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.263(U
0.126CL)
<0.04
0.46 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
0.12 (H)
0.89 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.17 (L)
0.57 (L)
0.27 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
<0.09
0.21 (M)
10/31/89
1032

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.320
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                                           TABLE A14.   U2KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample ID
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1,3-Butadiene
Bromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,1-Oichloroethane
Chloroprene
3romochtoromethane
Chloroform
1 ,1,1-Trichloroethane
Carbon tetrachloride
1 , 2-0 i chloroethane
Benzene
Trichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
Bromodi ch 1 oromethane
c i s- 1 , 3-Di ch loropropylene
Toluene
n-Octane
trans-1 , 3-D ich loropropylene
n-Octane/t-1 ,3-0 ich loropropylene
1 ,1 , 2- Tri chloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
0 ibromochloromethane
Chi orobenzene
Ethylbenzene
m/p-Xylene
S tyrene/o- Xy I ene
Bromoform
1 , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
ra-0 i ch I orobenzene
p-Oi chlorobenzene
o-O i ch I orobenzene
11/24/89
1065

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.189CU
Q.125(L)
<0.04
0.42 (H)
0.036U)
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
0.32 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
0.08 (L)
<0.001
<0.02
0.05 (M)
0.20 (H)
0.06 (L)
<0.001
<0.002
0.02 (L)
<0.09
<0.02
11/30/89
1078

<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
0.626(H)
0.622U)
1.62KL)
<0.04
2.13 CM)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
3.11 (M)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
<0.02
<0.07
<0.001
<0.02
0.45 (M)
2.68 (H)
0.87 (H)
<0.001
<0.002
<0.02
0.06 (H)
0.09 (L)
12/06/89
1084
Concentration, ppbv
<1.00
<0.10
<0.20
<0.20
<0.10
<0.20
<0.10
<0.11
<0.04
<0.04
<0.06
<0.003
<0.006
0.870(M)
0.130(U
<0.04
2.36 (H)
<0.004
<0.04
<0.001
<0.04
4.24 (H)
<0.03
<0.04
<0.04
0.04 (M)
<0.07
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(L) Lou confidence level
                                                                         (Continued)
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TABLE AU.   U2KS  (Continued)
Sample Date
Sample 10
Compound
Acetylene
Propylene
Chloromethane
Vinyl chloride
1 ,3-Butadiene
Sromomethane
Chloroethane
Methylene chloride
trans-1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
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0 i bromoch I oromethane
Ch I orobenzene
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tn/p-Xylene
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3 Duplicate sample
01/05/90
11250

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01/05/90
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                                  APPENDIX C
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Cl    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
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C2    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
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C3    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
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C4    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
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C5    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in FLFL 1989 UATMP samples	   C5

C6    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in H1TX 1989 UATMP samples	   C6

C7    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in MIFL 1989 UATMP samples	   C7

C8    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in PEFL 1989 UATMP samples	   C8

C9    1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in S2MO 1989 UATMP samples	   C9

CIO   1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
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Cll   1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in W1DC 1989 UATMP samples	   Cll

C12   1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in W2DC 1989 UATMP samples	   C12
                                     Ciii

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                            APPENDIX C (Continued)
Figure                                                                  Page

C13   1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in W1KS 1989 UATMP samples	   CIS

C14   1,1,1-Trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride concentrations
            in W2KS 1989 UATMP samples	   C14

CIS   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C16   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C17   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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CIS   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C19   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C20   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C21   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xy1ene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C22   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C23   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C24   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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C25   Benzene, ethylbenzene, m,p-xylene, styrene/o-xylene,  and toluene
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                                      Civ

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C26   Benzene, ethylbenzene,  m,p-xylene,  styrene/o-xylene, and toluene
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C27   Benzene, ethylbenzene,  m,p-xylene,  styrene/o-xylene, and toluene
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C28   Benzene, ethylbenzene,  m,p-xylene,  styrene/o-xylene, and toluene
            concentrations in W2KS 1989 UATMP samples	   C28

C29   Comparison of 1,1,1-trichloroethane concentrations in W1DC and
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C30   Comparison of benzene concentrations in W1DC and W2DC 1989
            UATMP samples	   C30

C31   Comparison of carbon tetrachloride concentrations in W1DC and
            W2DC 1989 UATMP samples	   C31

C32   Comparison of ethylbenzene concentrations in W1DC and W2DC
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C33   Comparison of m,p-xylene concentrations in W1DC and W2DC
            1989 UATMP samples	   C33

C34   Comparison of styrene/o-xylene concentrations in W1DC and W2DC
            1989 UATMP samples	   C34

C35   Comparison of toluene concentrations in W1DC and W2DC 1989
            UATMP samples	   C35

C36   Comparison of 1,1,1-trichloroethane concentrations in W1KS and
            W2KS 1989 UATMP samples	   C36

C37   Comparison of benzene concentrations in W1KS and W2KS 1989
            UATMP samples	   C37
                                      Cv

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C38   Comparison of carbon tetrachloride concentrations in W1KS
            and W2KS 1989 UATMP samples	   C38

C39   Comparison of ethylbenzene concentrations in W1KS and W2KS
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C40   Comparison of m,p-xylene cncentrations in W1KS and W2KS
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      Comparison of styrene/o-xylene concentrations in W1KS and W2KS
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C42    ;mparison of toluene concentrations in W1KS and W2KS 1989
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                                    TECHNICAL REPORT DATA
                            {Please read Instructions on the reverse before completing)
1. REPORT NO.
   EPA-450/4-91-001
                              2.
                                                            3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION NO.
4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE
 1989 Urban Air  Toxics Monitoring  Program
              5. REPORT DATE
               September 1990
                                                            6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
7. AUTHOR(S)
                                                            8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO.
9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS
 Radian Corporation
 Research Triangle  Park, N.C.  27709
                                                             10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO.
                                                            11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO.

                                                             68-08-0014
12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS
 U.S. Environmental  Protection Agency
 Research Triangle Park, N.C.  27711
              13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED
              14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE
15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES
      From January  1989 through January 1990 samples of  ambient air were collected at
 14 sites in the eastern part of the  U.S.   Every 12 days,  air was integrated  over 24-
 hour periods into  passivated stainless steel  canisters.   Simultaneously, air was
 drawn through cartridges containing  dinitrophenylhydrazine to collect carbonyl
 compounds.  The samples were analyzed  at  a central laboratory for a total of 37
 halogenated and aromatic hydrocarbons, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, and other
 oxygenated species.   The hydrocarbon species  were analyzed by gas chromatography/
 multiple detectors and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, while the carbonyl
 species were analyzed by liquid chromatography.  An extensive quality assurance
 program was carried  on to secure high  quality data.  Complete data for all the
 hydrocarbon samples  are presented in this report.
17.
                                KEY WORDS AND DOCUMENT ANALYSIS
                  DESCRIPTORS
                                               b.IDENTIFIERS/OPEN ENDED TERMS  C. COSATI Field/Group
 UATMP - 89
 Toxic Hydrocarbons
 Toxic Species
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