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Mercury And Other Metals Testing at the
GSF Energy Inc. Landfill Gas Recovery
Plant at the Fresh Kills Landfill
Final Report
By
James F. McGaughey
Clinton E. Burklin
Eastern Research Group, Inc.
P. O. Box 2010
Morrisville, North Carolina 27560
EPA Contract No. 68-D3-0033
Yue On Chiu
Air Compliance Branch (2 AWM-AC)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency /Region II
New York, New York 10007-1866
January 1997

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Disclaimer
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency through its Region II Office funded and
managed the research described herein under Contract No. 68-D3-0033 to Eastern Research
Group, Inc. Mention of trade names or commercial product's does not constitute endorsement
or recommendation for use.
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Contents
Section 1.0 Introduction	1
Section 2.0 Results And Discussion 		3
Method 29 	3
Discussion of the Analytical Results	3
Discussion of Emission Rates	12
Jerome Analyzer Results		28
North and South Headers	2B
Sales Gas	32
Section 3.0 On-Site Testing	33
Description of Facility	33
Inlet Gas Headers	34
Description of Test Location 			34
Method 29 Procedures 		35
Pre-Test Preparation	35
Description of Sampling Train	36
Reagents 			38
Sample Recovery	39
Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer			43
Sampling	43
Analysis	43
Sales Gas 			45
Description of Test Location 	45
Method 29 Procedures 	45
Leak Checks			46
Sampling	46
Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer 	,	46
Thermal Oxidizer	46
Description of Test Location 		 46
Method 29 Procedures 	/	47
Description of the Sampling Train	47
Reagents 	48
Sampling	48
Sample Recovery	50
Background (Ambient Air)	50
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Contents, Continued
Section 4.0 Analysis 	51
Mercury by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA)		51
Other Metals (ICAPS)	54
Section 5.0 Laboratory Interferent Studies		55
Section 6.0 Example Calculations	56
Mercury (CVAA)		56
Other Metals 0CAP)		57
Section 7.0 Quality Control		58
Field Test	58
Field Blanks			58
Leak Checks 	58
Summary of Quality Assurance Objectives 	59
Completeness	59
Precision	59
Accuracy	60
Quality Assurance Audits	60
Performance Audits	60
Addendum
ERG Mercury Concentration Data Versus the Existing Landfill Gas Mercury
Concentration Data from an Argonne National Lab/Gas Research Institute (GRI)
Report
Appendices
A	Laboratory Data Package
B	Field Data
C	EPA Method 29
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List of Tables
2-1	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, ftg, Thermal Oxidizer 		4
2-2	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, pg, Sales Gas 	5
2-3	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig, North Header	6
2-4	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig, South Header	.	7
2-5	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig. Background			 8
2-6	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, ftg, Blank Corrected, Thermal Oxidizer .... 14
2-7	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig. Blank Corrected, Sales Gas 	IS
2-8	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig. Blank Corrected, North Header 	16
2-9	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig, Blank Corrected, South Header	17
2-10	Amount of Metal Collected in Train, ftg, Blank Corrected, Background	18
2-11	Volume of Sample Collected	18
2-12	Metals Concentration, pg/m\ Blank Corrected, Thermal Oxidizer	19
2-13	Metals Concentration, pg/m\ Blank Corrected, Sales Gas 	19
2-14	Metals Concentration, fig/m1. Blank Corrected, North Header		 20
2-15	Metals Concentration, fig/m1, Blank Corrected, South Header	20
2-16	Metals Concentration, pg/m\ Blank Corrected, Background	21
2-17	Process Flow Rates	1	.23
2-18	Average Mass Flow Rate into Plant Through Headers, Blank Corrected	24
2-19	Average Mass Emission Rate, Blank Corrected	25
2-20	Average Metals Concentration C^g/dscm) in the North and South Headers, Sales Gas,
and Thermal Oxidizer Stack, Blank Corrected	26
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List of Tables, Continued
2-21 Method Detection Limits, jig/m1 	27
2-22	Summary of Jerome Analyzer Results	29
3-1	Landfill Gas Parameters		34
List of figures
3-1 Sampling Train . . 		37
3-2	Sample Recovery Scheme	41
4-1	Sample Preparation and Analysis Scheme	53
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Section 1.0
Introduction
The Fresh Kills Landfill, which receives municipal waste from the city of New York,
covers approximately 3,000 acres and is the largest landfill is the United states. The methane
gas generated within the landfill is captured from one of the active sections, purified ami sold
to a local utility. In 1995, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) conducted
an extensive study of the emissions from the landfill. One aspect of this study involved the
measurement of mercury entering the recovery facility. These screening measurements were
performed with a Jerome Mercury Vapor analyzer, the results of which indicated the presence
of mercury in the two "header" lines entering the facility. Subsequent testing by GSF Energy
and Brooklyn Union Gas using other test methodology showed significantly lower levels of
mercury when testing was performed on the raw landfill gas alter one of the compression
stages and on the "sales gas" at the point where the purified gas enters die utility system. The
U.S. EPA then decided to perform additional testing using a more rigorous test methodology
as well as the Jerome analyzer to determine what, if any, mercury is present in the gas streams
both entering and leaving the plant. Samples of the aqueous/organic condensate associated
with the raw gas, the Thermal Oxidizer residue and the "iron sponge" scrubber could not be
collected at the time of this test. Since the "iron sponge" stays in the GSF process for periods
of three to six months, the mercury present in the sponge would be die total mercury that is
accumulated over the lifetime of this sponge. Therefore, a mass balance calculation could not
be performed.
Testing was performed on the two landfill gas collection Headers, die purified landfill
gas (Sales Gas) and the Thermal Oxidizer for mercury (Hg) and other selected metals: arsenic
(As), beryllium (Be), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), lead (Pb), and antimony (Sb) following
the sampling and analysis protocols given in EPA Method 29 with modifications to adapt to
she conditions. Testing was performed during the week of July IS, 1996.
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This report provides the results of the testing performed by Eastern Research Group,
Inc.(ERG) for the U.S. EPA under Contract No. 68-D3-0033, Work Assignment 11-50. This
report also provides an estimate of the metals emission rates from the area of the landfill that is
affected by the GSF gas recovery plant. No attempts were made to estimate the total emission
rate from the entire landfill.
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Section 2.0
Results And Discussion
This section of the report provides the results of the on-site Jerome mercury testing as
well as the results of the Method 29 samples which were transported to the laboratory for
analysis. The data contained the in tables is presented beginning with the laboratory results of
each sample by fraction, followed by the calculation of the concentration of each metal in the
gas stream and finally the emission rate of each metal. The discussion of the results is
presented by analyte. The impact on the sample results of any analytes found in the blanks is
discussed. The laboratory data package is presented as Appendix A.
Method 29
Discussion of the Analytical Results
The following discussion applies to Tables 2-1 through 2-5. The "total" amount, in
pg. is the sum of the values for each appropriate fraction which includes the values that were
above and below the method detection limit (MDL). Values that were below the MDL are
reported as "less than" values and values that are less than 5 times the MDL should be
considered as insignificant. The use of the "less than" values in the "total" amount does not
make any significant difference in the "total" amount. These values have not been blank
corrected and were extracted directly as reported by the laboratory.
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Table 2-1. Amount of Metal Collected in Train, jtg
Thermal Oxidizer*k

Fraction #


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total






Equal
But Less
Run 1





To
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.496
<0.051
0.254c
1.87
2.12
2.75.
- As
161
23.7



185

Be
<0.1
<0.119




0.22
Cd
<0.1
0.364



0.36
0.46
cy
20.1
3.33



23.4

Pb
<0.2
1.77



1.77
1.97
Sb
125
15.6



141

Run 2
Hg
<0.08
<0.448
<0.044
1.71
1.07
2.77
3.35
As
142
31.5



174

Be
<0.1
<0.122




0.22
Cd
<0.1
0.43e



0.43
0.53
Ci<
18.8
2.53



21.3

Pb
<0.2
1.82



1.82
2.02
Sb
109
20.8



130

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.48
<0.044
3.96
0.261
4.22
4.83
As
142
33.6



176

Be
<0.1
<0.12




0.22
Cd
<0.1
3.21



3.21
3.31
Ci*
18.4
2.97



21.4

Pb
<0.2
2.88



2.88
3.08
Sb
111
24.7



136

Field Blank
Hg
<0.08
<0.06
<0.043
<0.16
<0.04

0.38
As
3.34
<0.5



3.4
3.84
Be
<0.1
<0.1




0.20
Cd
<0.1
<0.1




0.20
Ct*
14.0
1.94



15.9

Pb
<0.2.
0.358'



0.36
0.56
Sb
8.74
0.73



9.47

Values preceded with "<* are bued od the icalyucil campooen teiog acx detected u &e MDL.
Ilerota hive not been blank corrected
*ln ihan 5 timet tbe MDL
^Iciggs camaminidon likely
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Table 2-2. Amount or Metal Collected in Train, pg
Sales Gas**b

Fraction #


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total






Equal
But Less
Run 1





To
Than
H
<0.08
<0.212
<0.046
<0.16
0.05'
0.05
0.55
As
<0.5
<0.803




1.30
Be
<0.1
<0.161




0.26
Cd
<0.1
O.^



0.19
0.29
Cr*
2.1
3.12



5.22

Pb
1.4
3.6



5.00

Sb
0.904"
1.59"



2.49

Run 2
Hg
<0.08
<0.275
<0.041
<0.16
<0.04

0.60
As
<0.5
<0.786




1.29
Be
<0.1
<0.157




0.26
Cd
<0.1
<0.157




0.26
Ct*
2.48
3.31



5.79

Pb
<0.2
1.1s



1.1
1.30
Sb
1.03d
1.86"



2.89

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.244
<0.042
<0.16
<0.04

0.57
As
0.737*
<0.744



0.74
1.48
Be
<0.1
<0.149




0.25
Cd
<0.1
<0.149




0.25
Cr"
4.41
2.6



7.01

Pb
<0.2
1.09<



'1.09
1.29
Sb
1.95"
1.24



3.15

Field Blank
Hg
<0.08
<0.06
<0.044
<0.16
<0.04

0.38
As
<0.5
<0.5




1.00
Be
<0.1
<0.1




0.20
Cd
<0.1
<0.1




0.20
cy
2.43
1.34



3.77

Pb
<0.2
<0.2




0.40
Sb
0.757*
0.6394



1.40

"Values preceded wish	baud on the analytic*] mmyuucm being dm delected ai (be MDL.
*Resulu hive oot bees blank corrected
'Lets than S times the MDL
Hcagem comamiaatias likely
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Table 2-3. Amount of Metal Collected Id Train, jig
North Header**

Fraction #


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total







But Less
Run 1





Equal to
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.174
<0.049
6.5
4.94
11.4
11.7
As
2.01
130



132

Be
<0.1
<0.13




0.23
Cd
<0.1
<0.13




0.23
Cr*
2.35
3.3



5.65

Pb
<0.2
0.562*



0.56
0.76
Sb
2.49
242



244

Run 2
Hg
<0.08
<0.352
<0.047
13.6
0.453
14.1
14.5
As
1.64
121



123

Be
<0.1
<0.129




0.23
Cd
<0.1
<0.129




0.23
Cr"
2.13
3.41



5.54

Pb
<0.2
0.373'



0.37
0.57
Sb
2.53
213



216

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.41
<0.044
14.0
0.421
14.4
15.0
As
1.1
123



124

Be
<0.1
<0.132




0.23
Cd
<0.1
<0.132




0.23
Ci*
2.22
3.8



6.02

Pb
0.994'
0.601'



1.60

Sb
3.5
211



215

*Vihici preceded with '<" mt based oo tbe taalytici] camponeni being dm detected ai the MDL.
*Re$uto have sot bees blank corrected
1m duo S timet Ate MDL
likely
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Table 2-4. Amount of Metal Collected in Train, pg
South Header*-'

Fraction #


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total
Ruo 1






But Less






Equal to
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.335
<0.047
26.4
1.26
28.0
28.1
As
<0.5
270



270
271
Be
<0.1
<0.143




0.24
Cd
0.139c
0.488c



0.63

Cr*
3.75
2.73



6.48

Pb
<0.2
1.2



1.20
1.40
Sb
1.63
490



492

Run 2
Hg
<0.08
<0.37
<0.046
29.1
0.953
30.0
30.6
As
<0.5
241



241
242
Be
<0.1
<0.137




0.24
Cd
<0.1
<0.137




0.24
Ci*
2.44
3.75



6.19

Pb
<0.2
0.315s



0.32
0.52
Sb
2.46
432



434

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.288
<0.041
34.1
1.39
35.5
35.9
As
<0.5
212



212
213
Be
<0.1
<0.138*




0.24
Cd
<0.1 .
0.138




0.24
Cr*
3.67
3.64



7.31

Pb
<0.2
0.9*



0.90
1.10
Sb
1.63
398



400

Field Blank (North/South Header)
Hg
<0.08
<0.06
<0.076
<0.16
<0.04

0.42
As
<0.5 '
5.1



5.1
5.6
Be
<0.1
<0.1




0.20
Cd
<0.1
<0.1




0.20
Ci"
2.28
1.5



3.78

Pb
1.56
1.55



3.11

Sb
1.07
9.83



10.9

Values preceded with  < ' are based on the analytical component being m detected n the MDL.
Rerulu nave not been blank corrected
'Lest than S times the MDL
Reagent contamination likely
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Table 2-5. Amount of Metal Collected in Train, pg
Background'11

Fraction #








Equal
But Less
Metal
1
2
3
4
5
To
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.116
<0.05
<0.16
<0.08

0.49
As
<0.5
<0.763




1.26
Be
<0.1
<0.153




0.25
Cd
<0.1
1.31



1.31
1.41
cy
2.41
1.85



4.26

Pb
<0.2
0.738*



0.74
0.94
Sb
1.25
<0.611



1.25
1.86
Values preceded with * < * are based 00 (he analytical composed being not detected at the MDL.
Results have not been blult corrected
'Lest Than 5 "met the MDL
*Kfagra coniiminidan likely
Msioid:
Mercury is typically detected in the permanganate impingers and in the hydrochloric
tcid rinse of these impingers of a Method 29 train, and not in any of the train components
forward of the these impingers. This was the case for all positive hits in all of the samples
collected for this project. Also, mercury was not detected in any of the field blanks nor in the
reagent blanks.
Mercury was detected in fraction 5 of the Sales Gas, nin #1, at 0.05 pg' which is just
slightly above the method detection limit of 0.04 pg. Since Hg was not detected is any of the
other Sales Gas samples and the fact that it is less than 5 times die MDL, this value should be
considered a positive hit, but insignificant.
Mercury was detected in fractions 4 and 5 of all three runs at the Thermal Oxidizer at
levels above the MDL. Since do merpury was detected in the associated field blank or reagent
blanks, these values should be considered as real.
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Mercury was detected in fractions 4 and 5 of all runs of the North and South Headers at
levels significantly above the MDL. The levels found in the South Header were approximately
two times that found in the North Header. No mercury was detected in the associated field
blank. The detected amount in the three runs showed good reproducibility.
No mercury was detected in the background ambient air sample that was collected
during the sampling at the Thermal Oxidizer.
/
Arsenic
Arsenic was detected in the Sales Gas of run 3 in fraction 1 at levels slightly above, but
less than five times the MDL. Since arsenic was detected in the laboratory method blank
(LMB) at a level slightly above the MDL and the laboratory control spike (LCS) showed a
recovery of 108%, this value should be considered an artifact of sample preparation and not
considered as a positive hit in the sample.
Arsenic was detected in all three runs at the Thermal Oxidizer in fraction 1 at a level
over 100 times the MDL and over 40 times the MDL in fraction 2. Over 80% of the total
collected was found in fraction 1 (front half) indicating that it was most likely associated with
particulate matter. Arsenic was detected in fraction 1 of the associated field blank at 3.34 ng
which is the same amount detected in the reagent blank. Since arsenic was not detected in any
of the other field blanks, this should be considered an artifact of the laboratory preparation and
contributing insignificantly to any positive results. The total amount detected in each of the
three runs is very consistent showing excellent reproducibility between runs.
Arsenic was also detected in significant quantities in both the North and South Header
camples. In all cases, over 98% of the arsenic detected was found in fraction 2 (nitric acid/
peroxide impingers). Arsenic in the South Header samples were approximately two times that
found in the North Header samples. Relative to the amount of arsenic detected, the three tuns
at each location were very consistent among themselves. Arsenic was detected at the 5 pg

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level is fraction 2 of die Header field blank and should be considered an artifact of the
laboratory preparation or carry over from one of the samples. in either case it represents less
than 3% of the total found in any of the South Header samples and less than 5% of that found
in any of the North Header samples.
Arsenic was sot detected in die background ambient air sample.
Beryllium
Beryllium was not detected in any of the samples or field blanks at levels above the
MDL.
Cadmium
Cadmium was detected in fraction 2 of all three runs at the Thermal Oxidizer.
However, it was present at levels less than 5 times the MDL in two of the runs while in run 3
a total of 3.21 fig was found. Based upon die fact that cadmium was not detected in any of the
field blanks nor in the reagent blank it can be concluded that cadmium is present but at very
Jow levels.
Cadmium was detected in run 1 of die Sales Gas, but at a level less than two times the
MDL and should be considered insignificant.
Cadmium was sot detected in any of the North Header samples but was found in two of
the South Header samples, but again at insignificant levels.
The background ambient air sample analysis showed die presence of 1.31 pg of
cadmium is fraction 2 which is 10 times die MDL and should be considered a real value, but
only semi-quantitative as Method 29 is not an EPA approved method for ambient air. This
background sample was used as a cross check to determine if any metals found in the intake air
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would contribute to those levels found in the Thermal Oxidizer emissions. Since this air
sample was collected at the air intake of the Thermal Oxidizer, some portion of the cadmium
present is the Thermal Oxidizer samples may be the result of this background.
Chromium
Chromium was detected in fraction 1 of every sample including the field blanks and
reagent blanks. Considering all #1 sample fractions, except for the Thermal Oxidizer and the
reagent blank, the amount of chromium detected was in the 2 to 4 pg range. This would be
consistent with the presence of a low level of chromium in the reagents used either (hiring
sampling or analysis or both. This argument also applies to all fraction 2 samples including
the reagent blank. Now, considering only fraction 1 of the Thermal oxidizer and the
associated field blank, chromium is consistently present in the 14-20 pg range. The level of
chromium in the reagent blank was found to be high at 32.5 pg. In addition, the LMB for
chromium failed the quality control limit at a level about 14 times the MDL. Therefore, the
presence of chromium in all samples is probably due to its presence in the reagents used during
sampling or analysis or both, and not actually present at detectable levels in the gas streams
sampled.
Lead
Lead was not detected in any of the fraction 1 samples collected at the Thermal
Oxidizer including the associated field blank. It was detected in die 1.8 to 2.8 pg range in all
fraction 2 samples, showing that the lead present was not particulate bound. Lead was
detected in the Thermal Oxidizer field blank but at a level less than two times the MDL.
Lead was detected in all three of the Sales Gas runs at levels below 5 timm the MDL
except for run 1 which had a total of 5 fig. Since the field blank lead levels In both fractions 1
and 2 were less than the MDL these values should be considered real but low in significance.
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Lead was detected in all of the North and South Header samples and in die background
ambient air, but at levels less than S times the MDL. The header field blank showed lead
levels slightly greater than any of the header samples, most likely due to a small amount of
laboratory contamination.
AnluQiiiiy
Antimony was detected in all of the Thermal Oxidizer runs with 80 to 90% in
fraction 1, and therefore most likely associated with particulate matter. All results are well
above the MDL. The antimony found in tlx Thermal Oxidizer field blank is most likely due
to residual amounts from the high levels found in the sample runs.
Antimony was detected at low levels (1-2 pg) in all Sales Gas samples, but at the levels
found in the reagent blank and the LMB. Therefore, any antimony detected was most likely
not present in the this gas stream.
Antimony was detected at significantly high levels in both die North and South Header
runs. The levels in the South Header were approximately two times that found in the North
Header. Over 99% of the total collected was in fraction 2. The levels found in the Header
field blank are probably due to residual amounts left from the high level samples; along with
the low levels found in the reagent blanks, these should be considered insignificant.
Discussion of Emission Rates
The values for each metal reported in Tables 2-1 through 2-5 were blank corrected
following the guidelines given in Method 29 and are summarized in Tables 2-6 through 2-10.
Hie total amount of each metal collected is presented as a range if one or more fractions
showed a positive hit and had values that were less than die MDL. "The Equal to" value is
die sum of all positive hits and the "But less than* value is the sum of all fractions, including
those values which were found to be less than the MDL.
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The concentration of each metal is a particular gas stream, by run number, was then
calculated by dividing the total amount in the "Equal to" column found in Tables 2-6 through
2-10 by the volume of sample collected for each run. (If a metal was not detected in any
fraction above the MDL, then the "But less than" value was used). The volume of sample
collected for each run (as dry standard cubic meters [dscm]), corrected to standard conditions
of temperature and pressure, is given in Table 2-11. The concentration values ire presented in
Tables 2-12 through 2-16 as pg/m3.
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Table 2-6. 'Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig, Blank Corrected
Thermal Oxidizer*

Fraction #


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total






Equal
But Less
Run 1





To
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.496
<0.051
0.254*
1.87
2.12
2.75
As
158
23.7



182

Be
<0.1
<0.119




0.22
Cd
<0.1
0.364



0.364
0.46
Cj*
6.1
1.39



7.49

Pb
<0.2
1.41



1.41
1.61
Sb
116
14.9



131

Run 2
Hg
<0.08
<0.448
<0.044
1.71
1.07
2.78
3.35
As
139
31.5



171.0

Be
<0.1
<0.122




0.22
Cd
<0.1
0.43



0.43
0.53
Cr*
4.8
0.64



5.44

Pb
<0.2
1.46



1.46
1.66
Sb
100
20.0



120

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.48
<0.044
3.96
0.261
4.22
4.83
As
139
33.6



173.0

Be
<0.1
<0.12




0.22
Cd
<0.1
3.21



3.21
3.31
Ci*
4.4
1.03



5.43

Pb
<0.2
2.52



2.52
2.72
Sb
102
24.0



126

Valuei preceded with "Cut based on d* a&aJyrica] component being Dot detected at tfar MOL.
'Reagent coaaminatioo likely.
' Ixu thtc 5 times the MDL.
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Table 2-7. Amount of Metal Collected in Train, pg, Blank Corrected
Sales Gas1

Fraction #


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total






Equal
But Less
Run 1





To
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.212
<0.046
<0.16
0.05
0.05
0.55
As
<0.5
<0.803




1.30
Be
<0.1
<0.161




0.26
Cd
<0.1
0.19



0.19
0.29
Ci*
<0.1
1.78



1.78
1 88
Pb
1.4
3.6



 5.0
|
Sb
0.147
0.95



1.09

Run 2
I Hg
<0.08
<0.275
<0.041
<0.16
<0.04

0.60
As
<0.5
<0.786




1.29
Be
<0.1
<0.157




0.26
Cd"
<0.1
<0.157




0.26
Cr
<0.1
2.0



2.0
2.1
Pb
<0.2
1.1



1.1
1.30
Sb
0.273
1.22



1.49

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.244
<0.042
<0.16
<0.04

0.57
As
0.737
<0.744



0.737
1.48
Be
<0.1
<0.149




0.25
Cd
<0.1
<0.149




0.25
Cr*
2.0
1.3



3.30

Pb
<0.2
1.09



1.09
1.29
Sb
1.19
0.56



1.75

' Values preceded with * < " are based on the analytical component being not detected at the MDL.
'Reagent contamination likely
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Table 2-8. Amount of Metal Collected in Train, fig, Blank Corrected
North Header*

Fraction i


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total







But Less
Run 1





Equal to
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.174
<0.049
6.5
4.94
11.4
11.7
As
2.01
125



127

Be
<0.1
<0.13




0.23
Cd
<0.1
<0.13




0.23
Ci*
<0.1
1.8



1.80
1.90
Pb
<0.2
<0.2




0.4
Sb
1.42
232



233

Run 2
Hg
<0.08
<0.352
<0.047
13.6
0.453
14.1
14.5
As
1.64
116



118

Be
<0.1
<0.129




0.23
Cd
<0.1
<0.129




0.23
Cr*
<0.1
1.91



1.91
20
Pb
<0.2
<0.2




0.4
Sb
1.06
' 203



204

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.41
<0.044
14
0.421
14.4
15.0
As
1.1
118



119

Be
<0.1
<0.132




0.23
Cd
<0.1
<0.132




0.23
Cr"
<0.1
2.3



2.3
2.4
Pb
<0.2
<0.2




0.4
Sb
2.43
201



203

*	Values preceded witfc " < " are based on the analytical component beim oot detected at die MDL.
*	Reagetu contamination likely
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Table 2-9.
Amount of Metal Collected in Train, pg, Blank Corrected
South Header1

Fraction # -


Metal
1
2
3
4
5
Total
Run 1






But Less






Equal to
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.335
<0.047
26.4
1.26
27.7
28.1
As
<0.5
265



265
266
Be
<0.1
<0.143




0.24
Cd
0.139
0.488



0.63

Ct*
1.47
1.23



2.70

Pb
<0.2
<0.20




0.40
Sb
0.56
480



481

Run 2 |
Hg
<0.08
<0.37
<0.046
29.1
0.953
30.1
30.6 j
As
<0.5
236



236
237
Be
<0.1
<0.337




0.24
Cd
<0.1
<0.137




0.24
Ci*
0.16
2.20



2.36

Pb
<0.2
<0.20




0.40
Sb
1.39
422



423

Run 3
Hg
<0.08
<0.288
<0.041
34.1
1.39
35.5
35.9
As
<0.5
207



207
208
Be
<0.1
<0.138




0.24
Cd
<0.1
0.138



0.138
0.24
Ci*
1.39
2.13



3.52

Pb
<0.2
<0.20




0.40
1 Sb
0.56
388



389

* Values preceded with * < " are based on the analytical component being dm detected al the MDL.
'Reagent contamination likely
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Table 2-10. Amount of Metal Collected in Train, pg, Blank Corrected
Background*

Fraction #

j






Equal
But Less!
Metal
1
2
3
4
5
To
Than
Hg
<0.08
<0.116
<0.05
<0.16
<0.08

0.49
As
<0.5
<0.763




1.26
Be
<0.1
<0.153




0.25
Cd
<0.1
1.31



1.31
1.41
Ct*
<0.2
0.45



0.45
0.65
Pb
<0.2
<0.2




0.40
Sb
0.85
<0.611



0.85
1.46
* Values preceded with " < " gie based oo the analytical component being Dot delected at the MDL.
'Reagent contamination like!)
Table 2-11. Volume of Sample Collected
1 Run M
N. Header
S. Header
Sales Gas
Thermal
Oxidizer
Background
dscm'
1
1.92
1.97
5.02
2.87
5,42
2
1.81
1.72
4.99
3.037

3
1.74
1.69
5.09
2.99
" '
dAcm, dry standard cubic meters
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Table 2-12. Metals Concentration, pg/m', Blank Corrected
Thermal Oxidizer

Run 0
Average


1
2
3





But

But

But

But


Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Equal
Less

Metal
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
% RSD
Hg
0.74
0.96
0.92
0.99
1.41
1.62
1.02
1.19
34.1
As
63.4

56.3

57.9

59.2

6.31
Be

008

0.07

0.07

0.07
2.94
Cd
0.13
0.16
0.14
0.17
1.07
1.11
0.45
0.48
121
Cr*
2.61

1.79

1.82

2.07

22.5
Pb
0.49
0.56
0.48
0.55
0.84
0.91
0.60
0.67
34.1
Sb
45.6

39.5

42.1

42 4

7.25
* Rcagrot coniaminarion likely
Table 2-13. Metals Concentration, jig/m', Blank Corrected
Sales Gas

Run#
Average


1
2
3





But

But

But

But


Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Equal
Less

Metal
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
% RSD
Hg
0.01
0.11

0.12

0.11
0.003
0.11
4.91
As

0.26

0.24
0.14
0.29
005
0.26
6.86
Be

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05
3.22
Cd
0.04
0.06

0.05

0.05
0.01
0.05
8.29
Ci*
0.35
0.37
0.40
0.42
0.65

0.47
0.48
33.8
Pb
1.00

0.22
0.26
0.21
0.25
0.48
0.5
94.3
Sb
0.22

0.30

0.34

0.29

22.4
* Reageni coniamicatioc likely
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Table 2-14. Metals Concentration, Mg/m\ Blank Corrected
North Header

Run #
Average
j

1
2
3





But

But

But

But


Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Fipul
Less
Filial
Less

Metal
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
% RSD
Hg
5.93
6.09
7.79
8.01
8.28
8.62
7.32
7.57
16.8
As
66.1

65.2

68.4

66.6

2.47
Be

0.12

0.13

0.13

0.13
4.93
Cd

0.12

0.13

0.13

0.13
4.93
Cr*
0.94
0.99
1.06
1.10
1.32
1.38
1.11
1.16
17.8
Pb

0.21

0.22

0.22

0.22
4.93
I Sb
121

113

117

117

3 70
Reageni contamination likely
Table 2-15. Metals Concentration, pg/m3, Blank Corrected
South Header

Run #
Average


1
2
3





But

But

But

But


Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Equal
Less
Equal
Less

Metal
to
Than
to
Than
to
Than
to
Thin
% RSD
Hg
14.1
14.3
17.5
17.8
21.0
21.2
17.5
17.8
19.8
As
134
135
137
138
122
123
131
132
5.97
Be

0.12

0.14

0.14

0.13
8.19
Cd
0.32


0.14
0.08
0.14
0.13
0.23
51.6
Of
1.37

1.37

2.08

1.61

42.6
Pb

0.20

0.23

0.24

0.22
6.19
5b
244

246

230

240

3.59









I
'Reagent contaminjition likely
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Table 2-16. Metals Concentration, ftg/m\ Blank Corrected
Background
Run  1
Metal
Equal to But Less Than
Hg
0.09
0.23
0.05
0.26
0.11
0.07
0.26
As
Be
Cd
Cr1
Pb
Sb
0.24
0.08
0.16
Rtageni contamination likely

The flow rates of the various process streams are presented in Table 2-17 in units of
dry standard cubic feet per minute (dscfm) and dry standard cubic meters per minute (dsemm).
The velocity and volumetric flow rate of the Thermal Oxidizer stack were calculated following
the procedures of EPA Method 2. The flow rate of the Sales Gas stream and the total
combined header flow rate was provided by plant personnel. Hie Thermal Oxidizer flow rates
were determined from data collected during each of the three tests, while the flow rates of the
sales gas and headers were an average for the day of each test at that location. A flow rate for
each of the two headers on a given day was calculated by assuming a 60:40 flow distribution
between the North and South headers. This flow distribution is based on the GSF plant
personnel's knowledge of the number of collection wells connected to the North and South
Headers.
As required for any velocity determination using Method 2, the Thermal Oxidizer flow
was examined prior to testing to determine if the flow was laminar or cyclonic in nature. At
each traverse point the flow was found to be less than the maximum allowable 20 degrees from
laminar. Therefore, the velocity measurements were acceptable using a "S" type pitot tube..
At several points along the traverse negative, flow was indicated. The magnitude of this flow
was determined by reversing the pilot lines. Using these negative values in the calculation of
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stack flow is a more accurate presentation of tbe actual flow. All flowiates are adjusted to a
standard condition of 68F and 29.92"Hg.
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Table 2-17. Process Flow Rates
Run #
N. Header
S. Header
Sales Gas
Thermal Oxidizer ]
dscfm'
1
3513
2342
3046
17213
2
3513
2342
3046
19431 |
3
3564
2376
2978
18228
Average
3530
2354
3023
18291
dscmm*


1
99.4
66.3
86.3
487
2
99.4
66.3
86.3
550 )
3
100.9
67.3
84.3
516 [
Average
99.9
66.6
85.6
518 (
'dscfm, dry standard cubic feet per minute (68F, 29.92" Hg)
'dscmm, dr> standard cubic meters per minute
The average mass flow rate of each metal through each of the two headers was
calculated by multiplying the appropriate average concentration, value from Tables 2-14 or
2-15 by the corresponding average header flow rate, in dscmm, from Table 2-17. Then using
standard conversion factors these values are presented in Table 2-18 as milligrams per hour
(mg/hr) and pounds per year (lbs/yr). The same approach is used to calculate the average mass
emission rates of the metals for the Sales Gas and the Thermal Oxidizer. These values are
presented in Table 2-19. The emission rate of arsenic (and other metals) from the Thermal
Oxidizer is greater than the sum of that entering through the two headers. This is most likely
due to the fact that arsenic (and other metals) was not in the gas stream being sampled at the
headers, but was associated with the condensate which is collected separately and fed to the
Thermal Oxidizer. Table 2-20 summarizes the average of the metals concentrations at each of
the four locations that were tested with Method 29. Table 2-21 presents the overall method
detection limit for each metal by run number.
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Table 2-18. Average Mass Flow Rate into Plant Through Header?, Blank Corrected
Metal
v North Header
South Header
mg/br
lbs/year
mg/hr
lbs/year
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Hg
44
45
0.9
0.9
70
71
1.4
1.4
As
399"

7.7"

525
527
10
10
Be

0.8

0.02

0.5

0.01
Cd

0.8

0.02
0.5b
0.9
0.01b
0.02
Ct*
6.6*
7.0*
0.1'
0.1*
6.4-

0.1-

Pb

1.3

0.03

0.9

0.02
Pbc

3.3

0.06

2.2

0.04
Sb
701"

14"

959"

18.5d

*	Reagent contamination likely
k Less than 5 times the MDL in one or two runs, the other values were non-detect
' Because of high levels of Pb in the Header Blank, data are also reported as less than without blank correction.
However, most of the header sample Pb concentrations were leu than 5 timet the MDL.
*	These values are "equal to" not "greater than"
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Ttblc 2-19. Average Mass Emission Rate, Blank Corrected
Metal
Sales Gas
Thermal Oxidizer
mg/br
Ibstyear
mg/hr
Ibsfyear
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Hg
0.02"
0.6"
0.0003b
0.01b
32
37
0.6
0.7
As
0.26b
1.3"
0.005b
0.03b | I840e

36c

Be

0.3

0.005 |
2.2

0.04
Cd
0.07b
0.3b
0.001b
0.005b J 14b
15b
0.3b
0.3"
Cr*
2.4"
2.5'
0.05"
0.05*
64"

1.2"

Pb
2.5C
2.6
0.05c
0.05
17
19
0.3
0.4
Sb
1.5"

0.03"

1318c

25c

' Reagent cor lamination likely
' Less than S times the MDL in one or two runs, the other values were nan-detect
" These values are "equal to" not "greater than"
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Table 2-20. Average Metals Concentration Qjg/dscm) in the North and South Headers,
Sales Gas, and Thermal Oxidizer Stack, Blank Corrected
Metal
microgram i'dry standard cubic meter (^g/dscm)
North Header
South Header
Sales Gas
Thermal
Oxidizer
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Greater
than or
Equal to
But
Less
Than
Hg
7.32
7.57
17.5
17.8
0.003k
0.11
1.02
1.16
As
66.6"

131
132
0.048b
0.26
59.2*

Be

0.13

0.13

0.05

0.07
Cd

0.13
0.13k
0.20
0.013k
0.05
0.45b
0.48
Cr*
1.11
1.16
1.62

0.47
0.48
2.07

Pb

0.22

0.22
0.48"
0.50
0.60
0.67
Pbe

0.55

0.55




Sb
 i ii.1
1 ]7d

240^

0.29"1

42.4"

 Reagent contamination likely
' Less than 5 times the MDL in one or two runs, the other values were non-detect
'Because of high levels of Pb in the Header Blank, data are also reported as less than without blank correction.
However, most of the header sample Pb concentrations were less than J times the MDL.
* These values are "equal u>" not "greater than"
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Table 2-21. Method Detection Limits, pg/m1*
Metal
North Header
South Header
Sales Gas
Thermal Oxidizer
Run I
Ran 2
Run 3
Run 1
Run 2
Run 3
Run 1
Ran 2
Run 3
Run 1
Run 2
Run 3
Hg
0.31
0.33
0.34
0.30
0.34
0.36
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.21
0.20
0.20
As
1.25
1.33
1.38
1.22
1.40
1.42
0.48
0.48
0.47
0.84
0.79
0.80
Be
0.30
0.33
0.34
0.30
0.35
0.36
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.21
0.20
0.20
Cd
0.30
0.33
0.34
0.30
0.35
0.36
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.21
0.20
0.20
Cr
0.94
0.99
1.03
0.91
1.05
1.07
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.63
0.59
0.60
Pb
0.63
0.66
0.69
0.61
0.70
0.71
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.42
0.40
0.40
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1.25
1.33
1.38
1.22
1.40
1.42
0.48
0.48
0.47
0.84
0.79
0.80
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Jerome Analyzer Results
The Jerome analyzer was used to evaluate mercury levels in each of the three sample
runs at the two headers and the sales gas. The sampling and analysis procedures used at these
locations were the same as used in a previous test at this plant sponsored by the EPA in 1995.
The actual operation and instrument setup is described in Section 3 under "Jerome Mercury
Vapor Analyzer" of this report. The analyzer was received from the vendor pre-calibrated and
containing new internal acid gas scrubbers and filters.
North and South Headers
The North and South Header Run 1 samples were collected and analyzed on 7/16/96.
A chronological listing of the analytical results are presented in Table 2-22. After a
satisfactory calibration and instrument zero check, six (6) 1 mL samples of the North Header
were injected into the analyzer. The first reading showed a concentration of 0.283 mg/m1 with
the five subsequent readings slowly decreasing to 0.139 mg/m3 over approximately a 15
minute period. At this point the detector gold foil was saturated and required a IS minute
regeneration. A second calibration and zero checlc was performed followed by another 1 mL
sample analysis which resulted in a reading of 0.475 mg/m3. This sequence of regeneration
followed by calibration and zero checks and sample analysis was continued for the South
Header Run 1 sample. South Header Run 1 readings were 0.258, 0.204, 0.295 and 0.225
mg/m3. The Run 2 samples were analyzed off-site in the evening hours of 7/16/96 with the
results being very erratic, ranging from 0.338 to 0.898 mg/mJ and with the instrument often
indicating an over range condition. These erratic instrument readings were thought to be the
result of a depleted acid gas scrubber. After consulting with the EPA Project Officer, a new
internal acid gas scrubber was ordered for the instrument and installed on 7/17/96. Also, it
was agreed that Run 3 of the Headers would be analyzed after the analysis of the "clean" Sales
Gas was completed where any possible inteiferants would be at a minimum. Run 3 samples of
the Headers were collected in the morning of 7/17/96 and analyzed in the afternoon of
7/18/96. After a successful instrument regeneration, calibration and zero check, a 1 mL
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Table 2-22. Summary of Jerome Analyzer Results
Date
Sample Identification
Heading,
Dg/m1
Comments
17/16/96
Calibration check
0.170
Within specification |

Calibration check
0.184
Within specs. |

North Header run 1
0.283


North Header run 1
0.214


North Header run 1
0.168


North Header run 1
0.158


North Header run 1
0.144


North Header run 1
0.139
Detector Regeneration

Regen

Instru. Zero
0.000


Room air
0.000


Cal. check
0.181
in spec.

System blank
0.000


N.H. run 1
0.475


System Blank
0.00
25-50% saturated

South Header Run 1
0.258


system blank
0.000
50-75% saturated

S.H. run 1
0.204


Regen

Cal Check
0.180
in spec.

System blank
0.000


N.H. run 1
0.854


S.H. run 1
0.295
50-75% saturated

S.H. run 1
0.225


Regen.

System blank
0.000


Cal. Check
0.187
in spec.

System blank
0.000


N.H. Run2
0.898
50-75% tat.

System Blank
0.000


S.H. Run 2
0.338
75-100% sat.

Regen.

System Blank
0.000

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Table 2-22. Continued
Date
Sample Identification
Reading,
mg/m'
Comments |

S.H, Run 2
0.859
50-759c sat. |

Regen. |

System blank
0.000


S.H. Run2
	
over range

Regen.

System Blank
0.000


N.H run 2
	
over range

regen.
7/17/96
Regen.

regen.

CaJ. Check
0.118
in spec.

System Blank
0.000


S. H. Run 1
	
over range

Regen.

Replaced internal scrubber

regen

System Blank
0.000


CaJ. Check
0.167
in spec.

System Blank
0.000


Sales Gas Run 1
0.000


Sales Gas Run 1
0.000


Sales Gas Run 1
0.000


Sales Gas Run 2
0.000


Sales Gas Run 2
0.000


Sales Gas Run 2
0.000


Cal. Check
0.186
in spec.
7/18/96 AM
Regen.


System Blank
0.000


Cal. Check
0.140
in spec.

Sales Gas Run 3
0.000


Sales Gas Run 3
0.000


Sales Gas Run 3
0.000


Cal. Check
0.214
in spec.

N.H. ran 3
0.000
Collected in AM of 7/17/96
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Table 2-22. Continued
Date
Sample Identification
Reading,
mg/m'
Comments

N.H, run 3
0.000

Cal. Check
0.170
in spec.
System Blank
0.003

S.H. run 3
0.000
Collected in AM of 7/17/96
S.H. run 2
0.012
Collected in PM of 7/16/96
System Black
0.000

N.H. run 1
0.011
Collected in AM of 7/16/96
System Cal.
0.177
in spec
sample of the Run 3 North Header was analyzed two times with readings of 0.000 mg/m3
each time. The instrument calibration was rechecked and found to be acceptable. The South
Header Run 3 sample was then analyzed twice with readings of 0.000 and 0.012 mg/m3. The
North Header sample Run 1 (originally analyzed on 7/16/96) was re-analyzed with a reading
of 0.011 mg/m3. These results indicate that what ever component(s) contained in the Tedlar
bags that produced the high instrument responses on 7/16/96 had degraded over time. Based
upon the Method 29 results, the mercury concentrations present would have certainly been in
the lower range of the instrument (see Section 3 "Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer, Analysis")
but not responsible for the high and over range numbers observed for Runs 1 and 2 which
were analyzed on the day of collection. In addition, the hydrogen sulfide (H2S) laboratory
interferant studies (discussed in Section 5.0) show that H2S up to 100 parts per million (ppm)
does hot produce a positive bias in the instrument response. A small percentage of the initial
high instrument response was probably due to mercury and the remainder due to some other
unidentified component(s). Over time the elemental mercury may have condensed on the
inside walls of the bag and formed an oxide coating. This would have reduced its vapor
pressure and thus the ability to be detected by the Jerome. The unidentified component(s) may
have followed the path of the mercury or have been photochemically oxidized to some inert
material that did not present itself as a positive interferant. However, it can be concluded that
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without further investigation, the Jerome analyzer would not be suitable for this particular
application. The Field data sheets for the Jerome analyses are found in Appendix B-J. To
convert the Jerome Analyzer readings in mg/m5 to total nanograms (ng) per mL of sample gas
analyzed, multiply the analyzer reading by 87.5. This 87.5 factor is based on the 87.5 mL of
"sweep" air that the Jerome analyzer draws to cany the 1 mL sample injection to the analyzer.
Thus, the concentration readings produced by the analyzer is diluted 87.5 times.
Sales Gas
The Sales Gas Run 1 and 2 samples were collected snd analyzed on 7/17/96. Prior to
the analysis of these samples, a new internal acid gas scrubber was installed in the instrument.
After following the same calibration and zero checks discussed above, the results showed
0.000 mg/m3 for both samples. Run 3 was collected and analyzed on 7/18/96 also showing a
reading of 0.000 mg/m1.
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Section 3.0
On-Slte Testing
Testing was performed during the week of 7/15/96.
Description of Facility
Multiple wells within the landfill are connected to two main header pipes that direct the
land fill gas (LFG) to the process plant. The two headers are each 18 inches in diameter and are
designated as the North and South Headers. The North Header carries about 60% of the total
product entering the plant and the South Header carries the remainder. These two headers are
below grade, but are accessible at a location just outside of the plfmt fence line. The two headers
converge into a single pipe which is followed by a liquid knockout system. Any condensed
liquid is pumped to a liquid mixing (or holding) tank. The angle pipe then splits into two
sections with each section leading to a bank of three compressors each: Compressor Bank A and
Bank B. Prior to the first compressors the headers are under a vacuum of approximately 9 to 10
inches of mercury ("Hg). Following each compressor is a liquid knockout system which collects
any condensed liquid and pumps it to the mixing tank. The two lines exiting the compressor
banks reconverge into a single line which directs the LFG sequentially to a heat exchanger, a
pre treatment stripper tower where sulfur compounds and light hydrocarbons are removed, to a
carbon dioxide removal tower, a coalescing filter, and a final heat exchanger. At this point the
LFG is added to the pipeline of a local utility for distribution as a final product The off gas
from the pretreatment stripper columns, which contains light hydrocarbons and sulfur, is
directed to the Thermal Oxidizer (as is the off gas from the carbon dioxide removal towers)
which contains approximately 1% methane and 99% carbon dioxide. The flow rate of the LFG
through the process is measured at a point between the pretreatment section and the carbon
dioxide removal section. Flow is determined by measuring the line pressure on two sides of an
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orifice plate. The final product flow rate is measured by the utility using a dry gas meter at the
point where the gas enters their system.
All effluent streams from the process are directed to a thermal oxidizer. This includes
the aqueous/organic contents of the mixing tank, off gases from the pre treatment strippers and
the off gas from the carbon dioxide removal system. The LFG parameters are given below in
Table 3-1.
Table 3-1. Landfill Gas Parameters

Flow Rate,
cfd*
Pressure
H2S Content,
ppm
1
Temperature
I Inlet (Headers)
10 MM
10 "Hg, vacuum
80-100
Ambient j
| Outlet (Sales Gas)
200 K
385-500 psig
< 1
Ambient |
*cfd = cubic feet per day
Inlet Gas Headers
Description of Test Location
Each of the two inlet headers (North and South) were fitted with three sampling ports
using 1/4* stainless steel compression fittings. These fittings were installed approximately 6"
apart on the circumference of each header. Prior to installation by plant personnel, each fitting
was bored out to allow a 1/4" outside diameter (OD) tube to slide through the fitting and
extend into the header approximately 6". A section of Teflon* tubing (1/4" OD, 8' in length)
was inserted through two of the fittings in each header and sealed with the compression fitting.
The other end of each tube was secured at a point approximately 1' above grade using 1/4"
Teflon* bulk bead compression fittings. The two Teflon* lines in each header were used for
the Method 29 sampling, one by ERG, Inc. and one by TRC, Inc. The third sampling port in
each header was fitted with a 1/4" OD stainless steel tube and was used to collect bag samples
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for the Jerome mercury analyzer. The purpose of using stainless steel instead of Teflon for
the Jerome analyzer sampling was to duplicate the testing parameters that were used in the
1995 test. A three-way isolation valve was attached to each of the bulk bead fittings and was
used to leak check the train before and after sampling.
Method 29 Procedures
The methodology used to sample metals at this location followed the procedures given
in EPA Method 29 "Determination of Metals Emissions from Stationary Sources" (see
Appendix C) with the exceptions that are noted in the following sections.
Pre-Test Preparation
GlasswareAll glassware used either in the sampling train, for sample recovery or for
reagent preparation were cleaned as follows:
	Wash in hot soapy water;
	Rinse with hot tap water three times;
 Rinse with deionized distilled water three times;
	Soak in 10% nitric acid solution for a minimum of 4 hours;
	Rinse with deionized distilled water three times; and
 Rinse with acetone and allow to air dry.
Dry Gas MetersEach dry gas meter used in the collection of sample was calibrated
according the procedures outlined in EPA Method 5. The meter boxes were calibration by the
manufacturer and the procedure is provided as Appendix B-4.
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Description of Sampling Train
The basic Metbod 29 sampling train is shown in Figure 3-1. However, due the hazards
associated with sampling an explosive gas (i.e., methane) the train used at this location was
modified by removing all heated portions which included the heated glass lined probe and the
heated glass filter holder and filter. The components of the train used were as follows:
	A J/4" OD Teflon* tube, 4' in length used as the probe;
	lmpinger 11- Empty, used to remove moisture from the sampled gas;
	lmpinger #2- Greenburg-Smith design containing 100 mL of a 5 % nitric
acid/10%hydrogen peroxide solution;
. lmpinger #3- Straight stem design containing 100 mL of a 5% nitric acid/10%
hydrogen peroxide solution;
	lmpinger #4- Straight stem design, empty;
	Impingers #5 and #6- Straight stem design containing 100 mL of a 4%
potassium permanganate/10% sulfuric acid solution;
	lmpinger #7- Straight stem design containing approximately 300 grains of
indicating silica gel;
	A vacuum pump; and
	A calibrated dry gas meter.
The impingers are connected with glass U-tube connectors and assembled in an
impinger bucket. All components of the sampling system to which sample gas would be
exposed are constructed of either glass or Teflon.
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Reagents
The nitric, sulfuric and hydrochloric acids, and distilled deionized water were
purchased as high purity grade specifically for low-metals testing. The hydrogen peroxide and
potassium permanganate were purchased as reagent grade materials. The peroxide was kept
cold to prevent any degradation before use.
The nitric/peroxide and permanganate/sulfuric solutions were prepared daily according
to Sections 4.3.1 and 4.3.2 of the reference method (see Appendix C). All glassware used for
the preparation of these reagents were marked and segregated.
Sampling
Three sampling runs at the headers were scheduled for Tuesday, 7/16/96. However,
after performing some preliminary tests, it was determined that sampling at a planned flow rate
of 0.75 cfm would not be possible due to the vacuum in the headers. After consulting with the
EPA Work Assignment Manager, it was decided to sample at the maximum possible flow rate,
nominally 0.35 cfm, for up to 4 hours (instead of the scheduled 2 hours). This extended
sampling time allowed the completion of only two runs on 7/16/96, with die third run on
7/17/96. The details of the sampling operations used for metals testing are discussed in
Section 5 of the reference method (see Appendix C) and are summarized in the following
paragraphs.
Two complete sets of train glassware were dedicated to the header sampling and were
used for the three sampling runs at each header. Prior to each run, the trains were prepared in
a mobile laboratory on site (see Section 3 Inlet Gas Headers, Description of Sampling Train)
After charging with the appropriate amount of reagent, each impinger was weighed on a
calibrated balance, the trains were assembled and transported to the sampling location. One
end of the 4' Teflon* probe was attached to the first impinger and the other end to a three-way
isolation valve (see Section 3 Inlet Gas Headers, Description of Test Location).
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Each train was checked for leaks by turning the three-way valve to isolate the train,
turning the sampling pump on until a vacuum of 23-25 inches of mercury ("Hg) was achieved
in the train and then monitoring the dry gas meter for any detectable flow. A leak check was
acceptable when a flow of less than 0.02 cubic feet per minute (cfm) was observed at the
desired vacuum. A vacuum of 23-25 "Hg was used as this range as this was above the highest
vacuum achieved during any sampling run. After a successful leak check, the three-way valve
was turned to release the vacuum. Next, the initial dry gas meter reading was recorded, the
valve turned to isolate the train, and the sampling pump turned on. After a vacuum of 23-25
"Hg was reached the valve was turned to allow header gas sample to enter the train. This
procedure was necessary to prevent the vacuum in the header lines from pulling the impinger
solutions into the headers.
Dry gas meter and train vacuum readings were recorded every 5 minutes during the
sampling period (see train data sheets in Appendix B-2). At the end of the *amplm period the
valve was again turned (with pump still running^ to isolate the train. A vacuum greater than
that achieved during the test was applied to the train. A post test leak check was successful if
the dry gas meter indicated a flow rate of less than 0.02 cfm. (During each run the impingers
were continuously covered in ice and the color of the purple permanganate was monitored to
ensure that the oxidizing capacity of the solution was not exceeded). After completion of the
leak check, the entire train and probe assembly were transported to the sample recovery area.
The 8' Teflon* lines leading from the bulk head fittings down to the headers were removed
after completion of all three tests and transported to the mobile laboratory for recovery with
nitric acid.
Sample Recovery
Each sampling train was recovered in the clean environment of the mobile laboratory.
A diagram illustrating the sample recovery procedures for Method 29 is shown in Figure 3-2.
The exceptions to this procedure for the header train configuration is that the Teflon* probe
was rinsed with 0.1 N nitric acid and there was no filter or filter bolder to recover. The
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impingers were systematically disconnected, wiped dry and weighed for moisture gain (see
Appendix B-3). Tbe moisture gain was determined from the difference between the pre-test
and post-test weight of the individual impingers. The contents of the first three impingers
were transferred to a clean preweigbed and prelabeled sample bottle. These impingers and
connecting U-tubes were rinsed three times with 0.1 N nitric acid and the rinses added to the
same bottle. The contents of tbe "empty impinger" (impinger #4) and its nitric acid rinse were
transferred to a separate bottle. The contents of tbe two permanganate impingers along with
the three water rinses of the impingers were transferred to a separate bottle. The
permanganate impingers were rinsed again with 25 mL of 8N hydrochloric acid which was
recovered into a separate bottle, Each of tbe sample bottles and contests were weighed and the
lids sealed with Teflon* tape for transport to the laboratory. The sample bottle weighings
were recorded on the bottles and in a sample log book. The sample chain-of-custody record,
which accompanied the samples to the laboratory was also completed at this time
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Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer
A Jerome 431-X mercury vapor analyzer was used to analyze gaseous samples collected
from the two headers for the presence of mercury. Sample gas was collected and analyzed in
the same manner as reported in a previous report entitled "Determination of Landfill Gas
Composition and Pollutant Emission Rates at Fresh Kills Landfill" prepared for the U.S. EPA
in November, 1993.
Sample gas was withdrawn separately from the two headers using vacuum pumps fitted
with Teflon diaphragms. The inlet side of each pump was connected to a three-way isolation
valve (same as for the Method 29 trains) and the outlet side connected to a new evacuated
30-liter capacity Tedlar* bag. At the start of each Method 29 run, the isolation valves were
opened to the header gas streams and the pumps were turned on. At the end of each run the
reverse of this process occurred. An integrated bag sample of approximately 20 liters was
collected with the start and end times coincident with Method 29 runs. Three bag samples
were collected at each header, for a total of six (6) using a new bag for each test. After
sampling was complete the bags were transported to the mobile laboratory for analysis.
The Jerome analyzer was operated according to the manufacturer's instructions that
were supplied with the analyzer. The analyzer specifications are as follows:
Sampling
Analysis
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
Precision
0.001 to 0.999 mg/ms Hg
0.001 mg/m3 Hg
5% RSD at 0.100 mg/m3 Hg
5% at 0.100 mg/m1 Hg
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The analyzer is equipped with an internal acid gas scrubber that is designed to remove
hydrogen sulfide (H:S) gas which is a positive interferant. This scrubber was Dew and
installed by the supplier before the test. The instrument was also calibrated by the supplier
against a NIST traceable standard immediately prior to use for this test. A "Functional Test
Kit" was also received with the instrument, which served a dual purpose: to check calibration
in the field and to introduce sample to the system. The hardware consisted of a "tee* shaped
glass tube approximately 1/4" OD. The short leg of the "lee" was fitted with a septum for
syringe injections of either mercury standards or sample gas. A "zero" air mercury scrubber
was attached to the inlet side of the "tee" while the remaining end was inserted into the
analyzer. In the sample mode, the analyzer draws in a fixed volume of air through the "zero"
air scrubber into the glass "tee" sweeping any injected sample into the analyzer.
Calibration
Along with the Functional Test Kit was supplied approximately 5 mL of elemental
mercury, a Thermos' bottle fitted with a two hole rubber stopper and a gas tight syringe. One
hole of the stopper contained a thermometer and the other a septum port for withdrawing a
sample of mercury vapor. Following the instructions for instrument calibration checks, a
1 mL sample of mercury vapor was collected in the syringe for injection into the glass "tee".
To check the instrument calibration, the sample mode was activated and at the appropriate time
as indicated by a flash of the digital readout, the I mL sample was injected. The instrument
response was then compared to a chart in the operating manual for a given temperature of the
mercury contained in the Thermos*. Calibration was checked several times each day of testing
and all checks were within the acceptable range as specified by the manufacturer.
prior to analysis on any given day, the instrument was placed in the "regenerate" mode
to replenish the detector's gold foil. A "zero" check was performed by activating the "zero"
mode followed by a calibration check as described above. Using the same syringe, a 1 mL
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sample of ambient air was injected and analyzed as a sample. This procedure was performed
to ensure that the system was blank before injecting any sample. A 1 mL sample was then
removed from a Tedlar* bag and injected into the glass "tee" as described above. The results
of the analysis are presented in Section 2, Jerome Analyzer Results of this report.
Sales Gas
Description of Test Location
The Sales Gas is the final product that is sold to a local utility. This line is operated
under pressure in the range of 385-500 pounds per square inch (psig) depending on the product
demand of the buyer. ERG provided and the plant personnel installed a two stage pressure
reducing regulator on an existing on-off ball valve equipped with a 1/2" male NPT fitting.
Attached to the outlet of the regulator was a 3/8" Teflon* tube approximately 5' long. This
tube was then connected to a 3/8" Teflon* manifold with three outlets. Two of the outlets
were connected to two 0 to 5 cfm ranged rotometers while the third was connected to a 0 to
1 liter per minute (1pm) ranged rotameter. The outlets of the two high flow rotometers were
for use with the two Method 29 trains (one for ERG and one for TRC) and the third lower
flow rotometer for collection of sample in a Tedlar* bag. Each rotometer was equipped with a
needle valve to allow the sample flow rate to be regulated. The pressure reducing regulator
had a Teflon* coated stainless steel diaphram.
Method 29 Procedures
Three sampling runs at the Sales Gas location were originally scheduled for
Wednesday, 7/17/96. However, because run 3 at the headers was performed on this day, only
two runs were completed. The third run was completed on 7/18/96. The Method 29
procedures used at this location are the same as discussed in Section 3, Met Gas Headers,
Method 29 Procedures of this report except for the following:
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Leak Checks
i
Since the sample line was under positive pressure, sampling train leak checks had to be
performed by pressurizing tbe system and then monitoring for any pressure drop. This was
accomplished by installing a 0 to 10 psig pressure gauge between the rotometer outlet and tbe
first impinger and a toggle valve at the exit of the dry gas meter. Through preliminary tests
indicated that a nominal sample flow rate of 1 cftn through tbe train could be achieved with a
pressure of approximately 3 psig in the train. A leak check was then performed by closing the
toggle valve, pressurizing the train to approximately 5 psig, stopping the sample flow with the
rotometer needle valve and monitoring the pressure gauge. A successful leak check was when
no pressure drop was observed. This procedure served as pre-test and post-test leak checks.
Sampling
Sampling was accomplished by allowing the pressure in the sales gas line to force
sample gas through the sampling train (i.e., no sampling pump was required). The train
impinger configuration was identical to that described in Section 3, Inlet Gas Headers,
Description of Sampling Train. To begin a test, the dry gas meter initial reading was recorded
and the flow rate set to a nominal I cfm. Readings were recorded every 5 minutes for each of
three tests. Each test was three hours long. The field data sheets are found in Appendix B-2.
Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer
The sampling and analysis procedures at the sales gas location are the same as
described in Section 3, Inlet Gas Headers, Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer in this report
above.
Thermal Oxidzer
Description of Test Location
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The thermal oxidzer combusts the effluent streams from various sections of the process.
The stack gas which is typically at 1000F was sampled isokinetically from two sampling ports
that are 90apart and approximately 15' above grade. Scaffolding was necessary in order to
gain access to the sampling location and was installed by the plant personnel. The stack
diameter at the sampling location was 49".
Method 29 Procedures
The sampling procedures used at the Thermal Oxidizer location follow those as outlined
in the Method 29 procedures and presented as Appendix C of this report. The pre-test
preparation was the same as discussed in Section 3, Inlet Gas Headers, Pre-Test Preparation of
this report. Sampling runs 1 and 2 were performed on Thursday, 7/18/96, as scheduled with
the third being performed on 7/19/96.
Description of the Sampling 7hun
The basic Method 29 sampling train is shown in Figure 3-1. The components of the
train used are as follows:
 Quartz-lined heated probe, 5' in length, 3/8" OD with 0.265 inch ID quartz
nozzle;
	Heated glass filter holder with Teflon* filter support;
	Impinger #1- Empty, used to remove moisture from the sampled gas;
	Impinger #2- Greenburg-Smith design containing 100 ml - of a 5 % nitric
acid/10%hydrogen peroxide solution;
	Impinger #3- Straight stem design containing 100 mL of a 5% nitric acid/10%
hydrogen peroxide solution;
	Impinger #4- Straight stem design, empty;
	Impingers #5 and #6- Straight stem design containing 100 mL of a 4%
potassium permanganate/10% sulfuric acid solution;
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	Impinger HI- Straight stem design containing approximately 300 grams of
indicating silica gel;
	A vacuum pump; and
	A calibrated dry gas meter
The impingers were connected with glass U-tube connectors and assembled in an
impinger bucket. All components of the sampling system to which sample gas would be
exposed were constructed of either glass, quartz or Teflon*.
Reagents
In addition to the reagents discussed in Section 3, Inlet Gas Headers, Reagents, the
sampling train used at the Thermal Oxidizer included a particulate filter. The filters were
Pallflex Tissuequatz 2500 QAT-UP and were purchased specifically for this work due to their
low metals content.
Sampling
Due to the possibility of the presence of particulate matter in the stack gas, the
sampling at this location was done isokinetically, traversing the stack through each of the mo
ports. The sampling points within the stack were determined following the procedures
outlined in EPA Reference Method 1. Twelve traverse points in each direction were
established which are shown below.
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Traverse Point #
Percent of Stack Diameter
Distance from Inside Wall,
inches
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2.1
6.7
11.8
17.7
25.0
35.6
64.4
75.0
82.3
88.2
93.3
97.9
1.0
3.25
5.75
8.67
12.25
17.44
31.56
36.75
40.33
43.25
45.75
48.00
The sampling time at each point was 7.5 minutes for a total of 90 minutes in each port
location. The total sampling time was then 3 hours for each of three runs. The sampling rate
was required to be within 10% of the stack flow rate. All three sampling runs met this
criteria.
After the train components were assembled in the mobile laboratory for each run the
train was transported to the sampling location and the probe assembly was connected. All
heated areas of the train were brought to the proper minimum temperature of 250F. The
train was then leaked checked by plugging the probe nozzle and pulling a vacuum on the train.
When a vacuum of 12" Hg was achieved the train was isolated from the pump and the dry gas
meter reading was monitored. A leak check was successful when a flow rate of less than
0.02 cfm was observed. The train vacuum during leak checks was always above that observed
during any test. Pre-'(optional) and post- (required) leaks checks were performed. After the
leak check was completed, the probe was positioned in the stack at the first traverse point, the
initial dry gas meter reading was recorded and sampling began. In addition, all temperature
readings, pitot tube stack gas velocity readings and train vacuum were recorded every
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7.5 minutes. After the 12 traverse points in one port were completed, the probe/train was
removed, leak checked and then insetted into the second port. Sampling at 7.5 minutes
intervals at each point was then repeated. The field data sheets for the three runs are included
in Appendix B-2. To determine "Dry Molecular Weight" of the gas stream, a Fyrite was
used to analyze the gas for carbon dioxide and oxygen following the EPA Reference
Method 3.
Sample Recovery
At the end of each run, the train was transported to the mobile laboratory for recovery
following the procedures shown in Figure 3-2. The quartz nozzle and quartz probe liner
assembly was recovered by rinsing with acetone and brushing with a non-metallic brush. The
acetone rinse was collected in a separate pre-weighed pre-labeled bottle. The acetone rinse
was followed with a rinse of 0.1N nitric acid, which was also collected in a separate bottle.
The filter holder was then disassembled, the filter removed and placed in a glass petri dish.
The front half of the fdter holder was rinsed with acetone and the rinses added to the acetone
probe rinse bottle. The front half of the filter was then rinsed with 0. IN nitric acid and the
rinses added to the acid probe rinse bottle. The back half of die filter holder and fdter support
were rinsed with nitric acid and the rinses added to the bottle which contained the contents of
the first three impingers. The remaining sample recovery of the impinger components is
identical to that described in Section 3, Inlet Gas Headers, Sample Recovery.
Background (Ambient Air)
A sampling train configured the same as that discussed in Section 3, Sales Gas,
Method 29 Procedures. The Sales Gas location was placed within approximately five feet of
the air intake ducts of the Thermal Oxidizer. This train collected background air for five
hours and fifteen minutes coincident with the sampling of the Thermal Oxidizer. The train
components were recovered and analyzed in the same manner as discussed in Section 3, Sales
Gas, Method 29 Procedures.
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Section 4.0
Analysis
All samples were transported with die chain-of-custody to Triangle Laboratories, Inc.
for analysis.
Mercury by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA)
EPA Method 7470 (as recommended in the EPA Method 29) and EPA Method 7470A
(an updated version of 7470) were used for the analysis of mercury in each sample. Method
7470 requires "a new calibration" (interpreted to mean a new multi-point calibration) every 10
samples where Method 7470A requires "a calibration check standard" to be run after every 10
samples. This check standard is used to verify the continuing validity of the original multi-point
calibration curve. Method 7470A was used for the analysis of approximately two thirds of the
samples. After discussions with an on-site EPA auditor, Method 7470 was used for the
remaining analyses. A comparison was made of the results of the remaining one third of the
samples using the results from a Method 7470 approach. There was a difference of less than
1%.
The sample preparation and analysis scheme is presented as Figure 4-1 and discussed in
detail in Section 5.3 of the EPA Method 29. For each of the trains, after sample preparation,
five samples were presented for analysis:
1)	Front half- Consisted of the acetone and nitric acid rinses of the probe, acid rinse
of front half of the filter holder and the digested filter (acid probe rinse only for
Sales Gas, Headers and Background);
2)	Back half- Consisted of the acid rinse of filter support and filter back half and the
contents and acid rinses of the first three impingers (first three impinger contents
and acid rinse only for Sales Gas, Headers, and Background);
3)	Impinger #4-,Contents and acid rinse (for all trains);
4)	Impingers #5 and #6- Contents and water rinse (all trains); and
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5) HCI Rinse- 8N hydrochloric acid rinse of Impingers #5 and #6 plus digested
filtrate of the permanganate from Impingers #5 and #6 (all trains).
The preparation of sample #1 resulted in a sample volume of 100 mL, SO mL of which
was for CVAA analysis and the remaining for Method 6010 (Inductively Coupled Argon
Plasma Spectroscopy, ICAPS) analysis. The volume of sample U2 was used as received with
100 mL being removed for CVAA. The volume of sample #3 was used as received being split
into two equal volumes for analysis. Sample #4 was diluted to 400 mL with water (very little
dilution required) and then two 50 mL aliquots taken for analysis. Sample #5 was diluted to a
convenient volume (usually 100 mL) and then split into two equal volumes for analysis. The
actual volumes received and used for analysis are included with the laboratory data package
presented as Appendix A.
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Other Metals (1CAPS)
The sample preparation and analysis procedures outlined in Method 29 for ICAPS were
followed for the analysis of the train samples. Two samples from each train were presented for
analysis, samples 1 and 2 as discussed above in Section 4. The volume of sample #1 was
one-half of the total sample prepared, or 50 mL. For sample #2, after 100 mL was removed for
CVAA the remaining volume was concentrated to 100 mL for analysis. The actual volumes
received and used for analysis are included with the laboratory data package and presented as
Appendix A.
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Section 5.0
Laboratory Interferent Studies
The laboratory H2S interferant study that was performed after the completion of the 1995
sampling effort was repeated again as part of this study. These studies were performed to
determine if H2S was a positive interferant with the analysis of mercury when using a Jerome
Mercury Vapor Analyzer. For this current study, a 100 ppm compressed gas standard of H2S,
certified to 2%, was used to prepare working standards of nominally 6,25, 50 and 100 ppm.
Using the analysis procedures described in Section 3, Inlet Gas Headers, Jerome Mercury Vapor
Analyzer, Analysis of this report, 1 mL of each standard was analyzed starting at the lowest
concentration. The instrument's internal acid gas scrubber was the replacement that was used
for the analysis of the Sales Gas samples during the field test. In every case, the instrument
gave no response to the presence of H2S. These results differ from the 1995 study where a
positive interference was first noticed at a nominal H2S concentration of 25 ppm.
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Section 6.0
Example Calculations
The following are example calculations of the "total" amounts of metal that are
presented in Tables 2-1 through 2-5. The data used in these calculations is extracted from the
laboratory analysis report presented as Appendix A. Where results are reported as "less than"
values, the instrument detection limit (IDL) is used as*the starting point. The IDL for each
analyte, pg/L as determined by the laboratory is as follows:
Hg	0.2
As	5.0
Be	1.0
Cd	1.0
Cr	2.0
Pb	2.0
Sb	4.0
Mercury (CVAA)
Referring to page 89 of the laboratory data found in Appendix A for the Thermal
Oxidizer Run 1 results, the observed concentration for the front half analysis was 0.031 pg/L
which is less than the IDL. Therefore, a value of 0.2 pg/L was used. Since each sample
aliquot is diluted to 100 mL as part of the actual analysis scheme (in this case two separate
25 mL aliquots diluted to 100 mL each), to determine the .concentration of mercury in the 25
mL aliquot (as jig/mL) multiply 0.2 pg/L by 0.1 L and divide by 25 mL. Then remembering
that the two 25 mL aliquots originated from a total of 100 mL (50 mL for CVAA and 50 mL
for ICAPS) multiply this result by 100 mL to get a total "less than" value of 0.0S fig of
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mercury for Fraciion 1. Repeat this process for each of the fractions associated with a
sampling run.
Other Metals (ICAP)
Again using the data for the Thermal Oxidizer Run 1 found on page 13 of Appendix A,
the total amount of As is calculated as follows. Using the observed concentration of
1607.215 figfh, multiply this value by 0.1L (remembering that the total original volume was
100 mL) and after rounding the result is 161 fig.
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Section 7.0
Quality Control
Specific Quality Control/Quality Assurance (QC/QA) procedures were followed during
this test program to ensure the production of useful end valid data. The QCJQA checks and
procedures described in this section represent an integral part of the overall sampling and
analytical scheme.
Field Test
Field Blanks
Field blanks are sampling trains that are assembled and prepared for sampling, taken to
the test location, leak checked and then recovered as if used for sampling. The same glassware
used for the collection of actual samples was used for the field blanks. The field blanks were
allowed to remain at the appropriate sampling location for the same period of time as for the
collection of the sample at that location. A field blank for each of the sampling locations was
collected. The glassware used at each location for sampling was retired after sampling that
location and not used for any other purpose.
Leak Checks
Pre-test (optional) and post-test (required) were performed on every sampling train. The
procedures for these leak checks is discussed in Section 3.0 of this report. In all cases the trains
passed the leak check requirements.
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Summary of Quality Assurance Objectives
Completeness
Completeness is a measure of the amount of valid data obtained compared with the
amount that was expected to be obtained. For this program the completeness objective was to
obtain 100% of the data set forth in the test plan. This objective was met. All mercury analysis
were completed within the 28-day hold time from sampling to analysis, and within a six-month
hold time for all other analytes.
Precision
Precision is a measure of mutual agreement among individual measurements of the same
property usually under similar conditions. The precision of field measurements are difficult to
measure due to the potential for changing test conditions such as temperature, analyte
concentrations and flow rates. However, in those cases where analytes were detected well above
the MDL (see Tables 2-11 through 2-14), the precision between the three sampling runs were
less than the 15% RSD set as a test objective. The mercury measurements for the North and
South Headers showed a precision of less than 20% RSD, but with a trend showing increasing
concentrations from Run 1 to Run 3. As expected, the precision of measurements at or near the
MDL generally show poorer precision.
All samples for mercury analysis were analyzed in duplicate. Of these, six were outside
of the 5% relative percent difference (RPD) criteria. Five of the six had a RPD of 10 or less and
one was less than 15. A total of seven samples for ICAPS analysis were analyzed in duplicate.
Three samples had RPDs greater than 5 for chromium, all less than 20%. The results for
duplicate analyses for all other metals were within the 5% criteria.
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Accuracy
Accuracy is the degree of agreement of a measured value with an accepted reference or
true value. Performance audit materia] can be used to provide some measure of analytical
accuracy, but audit material was not available for this project Matrix spikes can also be used as
a measure of accuracy and to assess any effects of a sample matrix on the ability to determine
the level of an analyte in the sample. Matrix spike and matrix spike duplicates for mercury
analysis were performed on ten samples. The recoveries were all within the acceptable criteria
of 75 to 125% except for those samples where sample losses occurred during laboratory
preparation. Matrix spikes were performed on eight samples for ICAPS analysis. All percent
recoveries were within the acceptable range except for lead (65%) in the front half sample for
the Thermal Oxidizer Run 1.
Quality Assurance Audits
The EPA Work Assignment Manager as well a Quality Assurance Officer from the EPA
were present on site during the field test. Both individuals observed all tests and were available
to provided technical input and make decisions regarding the continued validity of the sample
collection process. In addition, an EPA Quality Assurance Officer was present at the laboratory
during the majority of the sample preparation and analysis phase.
Performance Audits
The EPA had originally planned to provide performance samples to the laboratory for
analysis concurrent with the samples. However, no performance samples were available from
the EPA during this program.
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Addendum
October 28,1996
ERG Mercury Concentration Data Veraua the Exlating Landfill Gaa Mercury Concentration Data
from an Argonne National Lab/Gat Reaearch Inatttuta (GRJ) Report1
Location
At the Freeh Kill* GSF Gaa Plant
ERG (July 96)
Lowest to Highest Concentration
reported 1
At nine unspecified land Alia nation-
wide '
Argonne/GRI (1981 to 1682)
Lowest to Highest concentration reported 1
Inlet
(Raw Landfill
Gas)
0.00071 - 0.0025 ppmV
or
5 93 -21.2 ug/m3
0.0000007 - 0.0008 ppmV
or
0.0058-7.3 ug/m3
Outlet
(Sales Gas)
0.0000012 - 0.000014 ppmV
or
0.01 -0 12 ug/m3
0.0000007 - 0.0005 ppmV
or
0.0058 - 4.2 ug/m3
1	In making unit conversions EPA assumed that all gases are ideal end are at 68 F and 1 atm
Differences in gas moisture, temperature, pressure, flowrate were not factored into the unit conversions
because the Argonne/GRI report does not contain that Information. AJso, plant operating conditions were
not factored into the comparison because we could not find that information in the Argonne/GRI report
2	The concentrations presented are from analyses of samples taken from gas streams. They are not
ambient concentration measurements.
' From Landfill Methane Recovery Part II Gas Characterization" by ESCOR, Inc. for the Argonne
National Lab and the Gas Research Institute (December, 1982) The data have been converted for the
purpose of the above companson.
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CASE NARRATIVE
Analysis of Samples for the Presence of Trace Metals
Method 29 April 1994 Rev.
Client:
TLI Project Number:
Date:
Eastern Research Group
38139
August 22, 1996
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TLIProject#: 38139
. Overview
Sixteen train samples, two reagent blank train samples and two nitric rinse probes were
analyzed for arsenic (As), beryllium (Be), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr). lead (Pb),
antimony (Sb), and mercury (Hg). For all analyses, the samples and associated QC
samples were prepared and analyzed following the guidelines of Method 29 April 1994
Rev. Results reported relate only to the items tested.
OC Remarks
The release of this set of data by Triangle Laboratories, Inc. was authorized by the Quality
Control Chemist who has reviewed each sample data package individually following a
series of inspections/reviews. When applicable, general deviations from acceptable QC
requirements are identified below and comments are made on the effects of these
deviations upon the validity and reliability of the results. Specific QC issues associated
with this particular project are:
Sample Receipt:
Nineteen train samples and two final probe rinses were received at ambient temperature on July
22, 1996 in good condition. Sample FKL-45,47,48,49 (HEADER RBI) was archived at
client request.
Sample Preparation:
Laboratory documentation of the sample preparation is included in the data package. The
samples were prepared according to the guidelines of Method 29. The KMn04 and HQ
impingers were brought up to a final volume of 400 mL and 100 mL respectively for all
samples except samples FKL-29,30 HC1, FKL-05,06 HQ, FKL-129.130 HQ, and FKL-
83,117 HC1. These samples were brought up to final volumes of 200 mL, 200 mL, 200
mL and 250 mL respectively. The volumes noted on the preparation flow chart pages
reflect the volume received and the volume on the final analyte summary reports reflect
the final volume.
For impingers 1 -3 and the back half samples the pH was checked and the samples were
slowly acidified to less than a pH of 2.
The KMn04 impingers were filtered and the filter was digested and added to the
corresponding HC1 impinger. The client and TLI IDs reflect the addition of the digested
filter to the HG impinger.
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The reagent blanks FKL-79,112,113,114 FH, FKL-79,81,113,115 BH, FKL-79,113
HN03, FKL-82,116 KMn04, FKL-83,117 HC1 were combined due to limited sample
volume. The blanks were prepared according to the guidelines of Method 29.
Instrumentation:
Arsenic (As), beryllium (Be), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), lead (Pb), and antimony (Sb)
concentrations were determined by Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectroscopy
(ICP).
Mercury (Hg) concentrations were determined by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption
(CVAA).
The linear range for the instrument TJA 61E Trace Analyzer was based on four standards
and a blank, which established a correlation coefficient value greater than or equal to
0.995. A calibration curve, based on a blank and one standard, is established for each
analytical run, followed by a check high standard and an initial calibration verification
(ICV). The check high standard does not deviate from the calibration curve by more than
5%. In addition, continuing calibration verifications (CCVs) are performed throughout
the analytical run.
A Reporting Detection I.imit (RDL) is used instead of an Instrument Detection Limit
(IDL). The spectrometer and atomic absorption instruments can achieve low detection
limits between 0.2-8 ppb levels for many analytes. Triangle Labs is using RDL values of
1-10 times the IDL as detection limits for reporting purposes.
Data Review:
All analytes found in the method blank (MB) are detected at a level equal to or less than
the respective Reporting Detection Limits (RDLs), except for As, Cr, and Sb. The
following guidelines may be used to assess analyte concentrations relative to the method
blank: 1. Analyte quantitations should be considered valid if the level of blank
contamination is less than five percent of the level detected in the field sample, 2. Analyte
quantitations should be considered estimated if the analyte level in the sample is five to
twenty times the level of the analyte in the blank, or 3. Analytes whose level in a sample is
the same as or less than five times the level detected in the associated blank should be
considered present likely due to laboratory contamination and not native to the sample
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and sample loss occurred. The native sample did oot foam and it is not clear whether or
not the native INCINERATOR results were effected by matrix interferences.
The pre-digestion spike (MS) and the pre-digestion spike duplicate (MSD) for Hg for the
samples FKL-21 BH, FKL-03 BH, and FKL-09 BH and the MS for sample FKL-33 BH
demonstrated percent recoveries outside the QC criteria. These samples are
representative of the HEADER runs and the low percent recoveries may indicate
significant interferences specific to Hg in the native sample matrix. The QC samples
foamed during preparation and sample loss occurred. The native sample did not foam and
it is not clear whether or not the native HEADER results were effected by matrix
interferences.
A seven point curve was established for the CVAA analyses for the samples marked with a
" * " on the analyte summary report The concentrations for these samples were based on
the single curve. A CCV standard was run every ten samples and was within the internal
QC criteria of 20 of the true value. The client has requested the CCV to be within 10
% of the true value, all CCVs met this criteria except standard runs 08/06/96 08:38,
08/06/96 08:57, 08/06/96 09:14,08/06/96 09:48, and 08/07/96 12:12. The samples
cannot be reanalyzed since all the volumes were consumed during the preparation and
analysis.
For all other CVAA analyses two seven point curves were performed and up to eleven
samples were analyzed. A CCV standard was run at the end of the sample and was within
the internal QC criteria of 20 % of the true value. The client has requested the CCV to be
within 10 % of the true value, all CCVs met this criteria except standard runs 08/08/96
15:24 and 08/13/96 10:55. The samples cannot be reanalyzed since all the volumes were
consumed during the preparation and analysis. Please note the raw data in the data
package represents concentrations based on one calibration curve. Triangle Laboratories
instrument software does not allow for concentrations based on two calibration curves.
The curves were recalculated averaging the two curves and sample concentrations were
calculated based on the two curves for all samples which are not marked on the analyte
summary report. Triangle Laboratories did not note a significant difference between the
concentrations based on a single curve and the two curves.
All anajyte results were within the requested detection limits.
QC requirements:
For the ICP analysis a high check standard, initial calibration verification (1CV), initial
calibration blank (ICB), and interference check solution (ICSAB) were performed after
the curve was established and continuing calibration verification standards (CCV) and
continuing calibration blanks (CCB) were analyzed every ten samples. The ICV, CCV
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Please note As, Cr, and Sb were found in several samples at high levels and this may have
contributed to the contamination in the MB and LCS. The laboratory control spike for
Cr and Sb demonstrated percent recoveries above the QC criteria. The levels of Cr and
Sb in the MB may have contributed to an increase in the percent recoveries.
The negative concentration for Cd was slightly greater than the absolute value of the
RDL. which may indicate a negative bias in the samples analyzed for Cd.
The reported final results for Cd and Pb for the front half INCINERATOR samples are
based on the RDLs. The instrument recovered amounts for Cd and Pb demonstrated
negative values as a result of significant matrix interferences specific to these analytes.
The PDS percent recoveries for Cd and Pb for sample FKL-86,84,85 FH were below QC
criteria, however the spike concentration added of 50 ppb was fully recovered with
respect to the instrument measured value of the original sample and the post-digestion
sample. Ali instrument QC was within criteria.
AH samples were analyzed within the 28 day sampling to analysis holding time for Hg and
within the six month sampling to analysis holding time for all other requested analytes.
The serial dilution result for Cr for the sample FKL-86,84,85 FH demonstrated a RPD
outside the QC control criteria of 10.0 percent. The poor RPD indicates the presence of a
significant amount of interferents specific to Cr in the native sample matrix. The sample
results may be biased low for non-diluted samples for the front half INCINERATOR
samples.
The duplicate analyses for Cr for the samples FKL-58 and FKL-27 demonstrated RPDs
outside the client requested QC criteria of 5 percent of the average. The RPD for sample
FKL-58 was 5.70% and for sample FKL-27 the RPD is 8.69%. This does not represent
significant interferents specific to Cr in the native sample matrix. The RPDs calculated on
the analyte summary reports are not based on the average amounts of the samples.
The recoveries for the post-digestion spike (PDS) are not reported for As and Sb for
samples FKL-86,84,85 and FKL-21. The spike concentrations added were insignificant in
comparison to the levels of these analytes present in the native sample.
The recoveries for the post-digestion spike (PDS) for Cd and Pb for sample FKL-86,84,85
were outside QC criteria. This represents matrix interferences specific to these analytes in
the native sample matrix. The samples results should be considered underestimated.
The pre-digestion spike (MS) and the pre-digestion spike duplicate (MSD) for Hg for the
samples FKL-87 BH and the MSD for sample FKL-94 BH demonstrated percent
recoveries outside the QC criteria. These samples are representative of the
INCINERATOR runs and the low percent recoveries which may indicate interferences
specific to Hg in the native sample matrix. The QC samples foamed during preparation
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The duplicate analyses for analytes analyzed by 1CP cannot be considered valid qualifiers if
the concentrations of the analytes in tbe original and/or duplicate sample are not at least
ten times the respective RDLs. The RPDs for these analyses are indicated by or "
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Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Effective August 18, 1993. Dioxin in Drinking
Water. Expires November 30, 1996.
State of Kansas, Department of Health and Environment. Valid until January 31, 1997.
Environmental Analyses/Non potable Water and Solid and Hazardous Waste. Method 1-613
for driOnking water. ID #'s - Drinking water and/or pollution control - E-215. Solid or
Hazardous Waste - E-1209.
Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department for Environmental Protection. Drinking Water for
Dioxin. ID# 9CC60. Valid until December 31, 1996.
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Drinking water by Method 1613A.
Expires September 30, 1 9S6.
State of Michigan, Department of Public Health. Drinking water by Method 1613. Expires
October 1. 1996.
Montana Department of Health and Environmental Services. Effective October 1, 1993.
Dioxin in DrinKing Water. Expires December 31, 1996.
State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection and Energy. BNAs and
Vclatiles. Drinking water for Dicxin. Expires October 30, 1996. ID # 67851.
State of New Mexico, Environment Department. Drinking water for Dioxin. Expires July 31,
1997.
New York State Department of Health. Valid until June 30, 1996. ID #11C26. Environmental
Analyses of ncn potable Water, Solid and Hazardous Waste. Method 1613 in DW.
State of North Carolina, Department of Environment Health and Natural Resources Certificate
 37751. Expiration date is Decemoer 31, 19S6. Drinking Water for Dioxin.
State of North Carolina, Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, Division
of Environmental Management. Certificate 9 485. Expires December 31, 1997. Metals,
pesticices, serni-volatiies anc volatiles; TCLP
State of North Carolina. Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources - Division
of Radiation Protection. Generai Ucense No. 32-0875-0G; Specific License No. 0954-1.
Expires Apr;i 3C, 1998.
North Dakota State Department of Health and Consolidated Laboratories. Certificate # R-
075. Effect ve October 4, 1993. Diox;n in Diking Water. Expires December 31, 1996.
_u^e 25. '996 cec

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State of South Carolina. Department of Health and Environmental Control. Dioxin/Furans,
SNA, Voiatiles, and PCBs/pesticides under Clean Water Act, 2.3,7,8-TCDD for Drinking
Water, and Organic extractables for Solid and Hazardous Waste. Expire June 30, 1996 and
August 31, 1997. ID# 99040
State of Tennessee. Department of Environment and Conservation. Valid until February 5,
1999. Method 1613 Dnnkmg water only. ID# 02992.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Renewed untii Nov. 3C, 1997. Validated to perform methods
8280,8290.
U.S. EPA Region V. Dioxin in Drinking Water. Expires December 29, 1996.
U.S. EPA Region Vlll, for the State of Wyoming. Dioxin in Drinking Water. Expires December
31, 1996.
U.S. EPA Region X. Certification for 2,3 7,8-TCDD ;n Drinking Water.
State of Utah, Department of Health. Valid until December 31, 1997. Certificate Number E-
166. Certification for the following parameters: Semi-Volatiles and Voiatiles under RCRA;
Volatiies under Clean Water Act; Dioxin/furans by Method 8280; Drinking water for Dioxin by
Method '613; Metals including Mercury anc Microwave Digestion.
Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of General Services. Division of Consolidated
Laboratory Services. ID # 00341. Dioxin *n Drinking Water. Expires June, 1996.
State of Washington. Department of Ecology. Valid througn September 11, 1996 . Lab
Accreditation Numoer C067. Scope of Accreditation applies to water analyses for
Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dicxins and Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans, voiatiles, Base/Neutral
and Acid Organics.
State of Washington, Department of Health. Drinking water for Dioxin. Expires April 30,
1997.
State of West Virginia, Department of Health. Drinking water for Dioxin. Expires December
31, 1996.
State of Wisconsin, Department of Natural Resources. Valid until June 30, 1996. Laboratory
ID Number 999869530. Certification for the following categories of Organics: Purgeabie,
Base/Neutral, Acid, PC8s. and Dioxin.
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ABBREVIATIONS
BH = Back Half
CCB = Continuing Calibration Blank
CCV = Contanuaig Calibration Verification
CHECK HS = Check High Standard
D = DUP s Analytical Duplicate (Prepared Duplicate)
DA = Duplicate AnaJvsis
FH = Front Half
FV * Final Digestaie Volume
ICB = Initial Calibration Blank
ICV = Initial Calibration Verification
ICSAB = Interference Check Solution (Solution AB)
I = Tnitial
F * Final
Solution AB contains common mterfe rents in addition to the analvte of ioieres
IDL = Instrument Detection Limit
L  Serial Dilution
LCS = Laboratory Control Spike Sample
MB = Method Blank
MPV = Mercury Preparation Volume
MS = Pre-digesuoii Spike
MSD = Pre-digestion Spike Duplicate
N/A = Not Applicable
N/Av = Not Available
N/V = Not Vaiid
PDS = Post-digestion Spike
%REC = Percent Recovery
RDL = Reporcng Detection Limit
RPD = Relative Percent Difference
T = Analytical Triplicate (Prepared Triplicate; for Hg analysis by Method 7471 only)
TV = Total Sample Volume
< = Analyte ccncentrancn t. the sample is less Than the respective RDL

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CaLCLXATIONS FOR MULTI-METALS TRAIN SAMPLES
RESULTS FOR TRACE METALS (except mercurr):
RESULT in ug (Front Half) = ii/L * ml FV * DF
1000
RESULT in ug (Back Half & Impingers) = ue/L * ( ml TV/ml used) * rrJFV * DF
1000
ml FV s final volume in rrJ
ml TV = total volume in ml
DF = Dilution Factor
RESULT in ug for the combined Front Half 4 Back Half samples have the same calculation as the
3ack Haif < Impinger samples.
RESULTS FOR MERCURY (Hg):
RESULT in ug (Front Half) = jig/L " (ml FV/ml aliquot) * MPV * DF
RESULT in ug (Back Half & Impingers) = ug/L  (ml TV/ml aliquot) * MPV * DF
MPV (mercury preparation volume) = 0.1 L or 0.008 L
ml TV = totai volume in mi
DF = Dilution Factor
sfeREC (Percent Recovery) for MS/MSD and Hg spikes:
?cREC = Spike sample results - original sample results * 100
true spike sample results
^cREC (Percent Recovery ) for PDS:
%REC = Spike sample us/L conc. - original sample u
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STANDARD CONCENTRATIONS
for the TJA 61E TRACE ANALYZER
Analvte 1 Units HtehStd t ICV/CCV 1 ICSAB
RDL
Wavelength
As
ppb 1000
500
500
1
3280'
As
ppb 1000
500
500
5
1890
Al
ppb
1000
500
500000
50
3082- "
B ! ppb
1000
500
500
7 2496
Ba ! ppb
1000 -
500
500
2
4934- :
Be ppb
1000
500
500
1
3130
Ca ! ppb
1000
500
500000
60 | 3179
Cd ppb
1000
500 i 500
1 1 2265
Ce 1 ppb
1000
500 500 :
3
4186
Co ppb
1000
500 i 500
1
2286
Cr
ppb
"3000 
500
500
2
2677 .
Cu 1 ppb 1 1000
500
500
2
3247
Fe 1 rob I " 1000
500
200000
40
2714 -
K 1 ppb i 10000
5000
19000
220
7664
Li t ppb
1000
500
500
1
6706
S
w
V)
cr
1000
500
500000 ! 30
2790
Mn
ppb
1000
500
500 | 2
2576
Mo i ppb
1000
500
500 i 2
2020
Na
ppb
10000
5000
5000
300
3302
Ni
PPb
1000
500
500 3
2316
P
ppb
1000
500
500
30
2149
Pb
PPb
1000
500
500
0
2203
Sb
ppb
1000
500
500
4
2068
Se
PPb
1000
500
500
3
1960
Sn
ppb
1000
500
500
13
1899
Sr
ppb
1000
500
650
1
4215
Ti
ppb
1000
500
.500
8
3349
Tl
PPb
1000
500
500
5
1908
V
PPb
1000
500
500
2
2924 --
Zn
PPb
1000
500
500
12
2062
Note: Use this reference page to review the raw data from the TJA 61E Trace Analyzer,
This page includes the standard concentrations for the check high standard, initial calibration
verification (ICV). continuing calibration verification (CCV), and the interference check solution
(ICSAB). In addition the reporting detection limit (RDL) and wavelength are reported for each
ar.alyte.
Revision Date: 15-Jul-96
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Client: Eastern Research Group
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Sample Report
Client Samole ID:
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"TT .1 Sarpple ID-
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Dale Received:
| Julv 22. 1996
Dale Preoared:
I JulV 24-31.1996
Date AnaJvzed:
i Ausnst 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
1 Air
Analvte
'Gone.
: &K*U
\ triL
Total Vol.
V.: :
; 'Used'"
  : TriL
Fired VoL
~aufon: :
Factor i
Total ug :
. Result'
As
1607.215
N/A
N/A
100
1
161
Be
0.009
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-10.829
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Or
201.460
N/A
N/A
100
1
20.1
Pb
-15.311
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
1249.580
N/A
N/A
100
1
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Client SamDle ED:
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TLI Samole ID:
ni.59.in
Datr
Julv 22. 1996
Date Preoartd
JnJv 24-31. 1996
Datp Analyzed'
Aueust 14-16.1996
Matrix:
Ail
AnaMe
' ' Gone.. 
: ftioO'
TotalVot
rrL
Used
ni.
finalVot
Pfetfop
Factor
Toalug ' ,/;- :
Result
As
198.723
620
520
100
1
23 7
Be
0.080
620
520
100
1
< 0.119
Cd
3.052
620
520
100
1
0.364
Cr
27.895
620
520
100
1
3.33
Pb
14.864
620
520
100
1
1.77
Sb
130 478
620
520
100
1
15.6















































































































































































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Client Samole ID:
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TLI Samole ID:
131-59-1D L
Date Received
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
August 14-16. 1996
Matrix.
Air

Cone,
(unto !
TotafVot

; mL
fireiVa.
DBufotv
aObi
; Total us
Result
As
44.414
620
520
100
5
265
Be
0.039
620
520
100
5
< 0.596
Cd
0.067
620
520
100
5
< 0.596
Cr
15-236
620
520
100
5
9.08
Pb
2.034
620
520
100
5
151
Sb
32281
620
520
100
5
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TLI Sample ID-
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Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996

Aiieust 14-16.1996
Main*:
Air
^natfvte
Cone | tnL
toalL) Total Vol
mL
Uwd
ttL
final Vol
Diufaon .
factor
' Ibtai UR :
As
1423.0901 N/A
N/A
100
1
142
Be
0.634 [ WA
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-10.157 N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
189293 ! N/A
N/A
100
1
18.9
Pb
-13.634
N/A
WA
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
1090.173
N/A
N/A
100
1
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Client Samrie ID:
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TLI Samnle ID
1? 1-59-2D
Date Received:
Julv 22.1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analyzed:

Matrix:
Air
Anafcte
Gone.
- kjotiy :
irt.
Total Vbf.:

final VoL
-:;DSUtlpF~
Factor
: iToW ug ,, .
Resuft :
As
259.074
560
460
100
1
31 5
Be
0.040
560
460
100
1
< 0122
Cd
3.529
560
460
100
1
0.430
Cr
20.799
560
460
100
1
2.53
Pb
14.984
560
460
100
1
1.82
Sb
171.075
560
460
100
1
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Client Samole ID:
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131-59-2D DA
Date Received:
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Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Anaivxed-
Auausi 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
'::  ': ;
' Anatote
Corii

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Client Sanrole ID
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ti r Snmuie ID:
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Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Preoared-
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Mam*;

AnaA/te
Cone.
Total Vol
mi.  '
  "Used': '
ni.'
RnaiVO. =.<
Diifeo :
Factor
Tctelug
Resuft :
As
1416.104
bi/A
N/A
100
1
142
Be
0.039
WA
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-4.513
WA
N/A
100
i
< 0.100
Cr
184.026
m
WA
100
1
1B.4
Pb
-23.861
WA
WA
100
1
< 0200
Sb
1110.612
N/A
WA
100
1
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Client Sample ID:
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Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prewired
Julv 24-31.1996

Aubus! 14-16.1996
Matrix:

Anahrt
Cc
; :'v
TotelVat
at.
ni.
fk&VoL
D&ifon


As
280-270
600
500
100
1
336
Be
0.049
600
500
100
1
< 0.120
Cd
26.791
600
500
100
1
3.21
Cr
24.718
600
500
100
1
2.97
Pb
23.987
600
500
100
1
2.88
Sb
205.876
600
500
100
1
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Client Sample ID:
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TLI Sample ID:
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Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
DatePreoaied
Julv 24-31.1996

August 14-16. 1996
Manx
Air
" Analvte '
Coac. \
 (uatV
mL
TotelVd:
mL
"Used*-'-
mL ii'
RnsiVol
button
Faebr'
Total un
Result r
As
0.259
75
75
100
1
< 0500
Be
0.068
75
75
100
1
< 0100
Cd

75

100
1
< 0.100
Cr
19.395
75
75
100
1
1.94
Pb
3.579
75
75
100
1
0.358
Sb
7296
75
75
100
1
0.730 '













































































































































































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Cbent Samole (D
FKL-51
TT .T .^ample ID
Hl-W-BA
Daie Received:
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Dale Preoaied:
Julv 24-31.1996

Auenst 14-16. 1996
Mamx
Air
 AnaMe
.-.-Gone.-
(aafLS :
ITZ.
TotalVoi.
*L
Used
RnalVoL


As
4238
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.004
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
0449
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0100
Cr
21.002
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.10
Pb
13.983
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.40
Sb
9.039
N/A
N/A
100
1
0.904












































































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Qiem Sample ID
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TLI Sample ID:
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Dare Received
Julv 11. 1996
Date Prepared
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed-
Aueiui 14-16. 1996
Matrix
Air
AnaMe
V :Conc.--r
: : "
TomfVofc
/ ...WL ' i
r^Uasd :
' ffi.
: final Vol
Diu&Qfi
factor ^
Total UR ::
Result
As
-4.489
265
165
100
1
< 0.803
Be
-0.068
265
165
100
1
< 0.161
Cd
1 180
265
165
100
1
0.19C
Cr
19.414
265
165
100
1
3.12
Pb
22.428
265
165
100
1
3.60
Sb
9 898
265
165
100
1
1.59







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Client Samole ID
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Dale Received
Tulv 22. 1996
Date Preoared-
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analv7e<1
Ausust 14-16. 1996
Mathx:
Air
AneMe
Cone
' fit,
Total Vol,
:i:r-
 Used '
- **VbL
-:piuSwv^
" '^fiaiaor
' l1etal:Uq:0.
'Result
As
1.622
WA
N/A
100
5
< 2.50
Be
0.045
WA
N/A
100
5
< 0.500
Cd
-0.245
N/A
N/A
100
5
< 050C
Cr
11.2S9
N/A
N/A
100
5
5.64
Pb
1.565
m
N/A
100
5
< 1.00
Sb
6 911
N/A
N/A
100
5
3.46














































































































































































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Dale Received:
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F>arr Prroaicd:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
AiifiiM 14-16. 1996
Matrix
	 			
Analirts
Cone.
mL
Total Vol
jtL
Used
mi.
FnalVoL
- DfcRion
Factor
.;: Tottuq-. ; 
Result*'
As
-2.853
265
165
100
5
< 402
Be
0.029
265
165
100
5
< 0.803
Cd
0.310
265
165
100
5
< 0.003
Cr
4.411
265
165
100
5
354
Pb
5.617
265
165
100
5
4.51
Sb
5.610
265
165
100
5
4.50















































































































































































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Client Samtile ID:
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HP"! If l fl 
Tl I Sample ID:
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Date Received
lulv 22.1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed-
August 14-16. 1996
Matrix
Air
 Anefvte	
Cone :
{uoti
raL
Total Vol.
rrL
nL
KraiVbt
'Dflutbn
='! ^ P**x
Totafug
.. Resu*
As
2.334
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.061
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-0.666
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
24.815
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.48
Pb
-2.322
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sfc
10.295
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.03



















































































































































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Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-60

131-59-7C 
Datf Received:
Inlv TL 1996
Date Preoartd:
Jalv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aiipiki 14-16. 1996
Matrix;	
Air
AnaMe
Cone,
fuart.)
rt*. .
Total Vbl.
mL
Uaetf
mL
Final Vol
Dijfion 
factor
Totaiuq
Rssult
As
-2.472
275
175
100
1
< 0.786
Be
-0.056
275
175
100
1
< 0.157
Cd
-0.167
275
175
100
1
< 0157
Cr
21.044
275
175
100
1
3.31
Pb
6.982
275
175
100
1
1.10
Sb
11.821
275
175
100
1
1.86















































































































































































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Sample Report
Client Sample ID.
FKL-58 DA
TLI Samole ID
131-^9-7A DA
Date Receivwl-
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prcoared
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analvred
Auaust 14-16.1996
Matrix:
Air
Anahite .r
: Cones.
ami
mL
TotaJVoL
Used
nt
Dfcfcn
Factor
Total ug
.t! i'ftesuit-
As
2.800
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.051
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-0.674
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
27.729
n/a
N/A
100
1
2.77
Pb
-1.623
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
10644
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.06















































































































































































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Sample Report
Client SamDle ID:
FKL-60DA
TLI Samole ID
131-59-7CDA
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Dale Prepared:
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16.1996

Air
: AnaM
\  Coni
i:nt li;
TctaiVbl
Used
\ Final VoL
^ DSUtJOO
J'Fattor:
Total ug
Result '
As
-1.397
275
175
100
1
< 0.786
Be
-0.034
275
175
100
1
< 0.157
Cd
0.340
275
175
100
1
< 0.157
Cr
16.179
275
175
100
1
2.54
Pb
9.324
275
175
100
1
1.47
Sb
9.170
275
175
100
1
1.44















































































































































































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Sample Report
riiem Samt>le ID
FKL-65
HI Samole ID:
131-59-8A
Dale Received:
Julv 211996
Dale Prepared:
Julv 24-31.1996

Aueusi 14-16. 1996


Anahite '-
 : . Ccxk.
1 ftjOD: '
mL
TaafVoL
.raL
*: ;Usd
nt
RraiVoL
DiU&Qft'
'  : '  -
*-^Rasa*
As
7.368
N/A
N/A
100
1
0.737
Be
-0.348
M'A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Co
-2.464
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
44.118
N/A
N/A
100
1
4.41
Pb
-4.064
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
19.542
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.95















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID'
FKL-67
TLI Samnle FD
m-19-ac
Date Received:
Julv 211996
Date Pit oared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Ausust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
An
. AnaM :
Gone. 
pnL 
 Total Vol:
Used'
itL
RnsJ VdL
Dilution
: " Factor" :
Totefug .
' RestA  
As
-2.712
305
206
100
1
< 0.744
Be
-0.012
305
205
100
1
< 0.149
Cd
0.016
305
205
100
1
< 0149
Cr
17.490
305
205
100
i
2.60
Pb
7.328
306
205
100
i
1.09
Sb
8.087
305
205
100

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Protect Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Chent Samoic ID:
FKL-75.74

131-59-9BC
Date Received
Julv 22. 1996
Date Pre tared
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analvzed
August 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
Anatvte
; Cone.-V
. : Wtt
T<*aiw;
mL
Used
irL
 -mteiydL-
Oftition
Factor
' Totalyg /
Result
As
-4.839
75
75
100
1
< 0.500
Be
0.004
75
75
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-0.822
75
75
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
13.383
75
75
100
1
134
Pb
0.213
75
75
100
1
< 0200
Sb
6.394
75
75
100
1
0.639















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client SamDle ID:
FKL-38

m-59-llA
Date Received:

Date Prepared:
Juiv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16.1996
Matrix:
Air
' AnaMs
Cood
: ' foOO
Total Vol:
Usad
* mL 
RnaiVol.
Diufoft;
Factor
Total us
Reajlt ::
As
3467
WA
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.016
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
0.262
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0100
Cr
22.829
N/A
N/A
100
1
228
Pb
15.624
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.56
Sb
10.672
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.07















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ED:
FKL-41.40

13I-59-11BC
Date Received
Jul; 22. 1996
Dace Pre oared
Julv 24-31.1996
Dare Analyzed:
AuB'jst 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
AnfilVte
*  Gone.
Total Woii
Used
hi.
FradVoL
DfafipR :.
:"fiaetor "
TotaJuq
: Result:
As
51.019
75
75
100
1
5.10
Be
0.064
75
75
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
0437
75
75
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
15.032
75
75
100
1
1.50
Pt>
15.539
75
75
100
1
1.55
Sb
98.285
75
75
100
1
9.83















































































































































































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Protect Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ED
FKL-20
TLI Sample ID:
131-59-12A
Date Received:
Julv 22 1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Ausust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
AnaMs
Gone. .-
futfLV
Tot^VoL
rrt.
Used
;  nt 
RnafVoL
Diution:.;
; Factor
Total us
Result
As
3.958
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.139
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
1.391
N/A
N/A
100
1
0.139
Cr
37.511
N/A
N/A
100
1
3 75
Pb
-3.136
N/A
N/A
100
i
< 0-200
Sb
16.296
N/A
WA
100
1
1.63















































































































































































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Project Number:	 38139	
Sample Report
Client Samnie ID:
FKL-21
TLI Sample ID:
131-59-12C
Date Received-
Jnlv 22.1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Datp Analyzed'
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
. - Anatote ' r
- Cbnd
footo :
mL
Total Vot
nL
am
nt
final Vol
: "jpaufoft'
Totaiug
J
As
1894.157
335
235
100
1
270
Be
-0.087
335
235
100
1
< 0.143
Cd
3.422
335
235
100
1
0.488
Cr
19119
335
235
100
1
2.73
Pb
8.445
335
235
100
1
120
Sb
3435.771
335
235
100
1
490






























































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-20L
TLI Samnle ID:
131-59-12A L
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Pre oared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date AaaJvzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Mainx:
Ait
Anaivta
 Core r
 m. /
Total Vbfc
Used
ni r
RreilVbL
i Dtufon: ;
  Factor
Total
Resdt
As
-0 290
N/A
N/A
100
5
< 250
Be
0.051
N/A
N/A
100
5
< 0500
Cd
0.191
N/A
N/A
100
5
< 0.500
Cr
13.435
N/A
N/A
100
5
672
Pb
-0.402
N/A
N/A
100
5
< 1 00
Sb
6.933
N/A
N/A
100
5
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Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-21 L


131-59-12CL
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Preoared:
July 24-31. 1996
Date Analvzed-
August 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air


 Ariahrte
 VfcoitV":-
tri.
TotafVot

ni
Oklta) ,
" ;-fiactor :
; T<*al g :
 ^Result- '
As
401.753
335
235
100
5
286
Be
-0.019
335
235
100
5
< 0.713
Cd
1.035
335
235
100
5
0.738
Cr
3183
335
235
100
5
227
Pb
2126
335
235
100
5
1.52
Sb
743292
335
235
100
5
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Project Number	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ID:
FKL-26
TLI Samole ID
131-59-13A
Date Received:
julv 22 1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16.1996

Air
. Anahite1
pOOC.
ttioi'D
mL
TotafVot
ni..
Used
mL
fkeiVoL
Diufcxr
Fac*ar:-
Total us ;
FtesjA
As
1.785
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.015
m
M/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-1.167
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
24416
m
N/A
100
1
2.44
Pb
0.679
N/A
M/A
100
i
< 0.200
Sb
24.554
NIA
N/A
100
1
246















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-27
TLI SamDle ID:
ni.sg.nr
Date Receiver!
lulv 22.1996
Date Prenared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Anaivrert-
Ausust 14-16. 1996
Matrix.:
Air
Anaivte 
. Cone.
iri.
Total Vot
. ,v
Used
mL
fmaTVbi.
Difcion
Faflbr''-
Tctolujj :
Result '.
As
1761.878
370
270
100
1
241
Be
-0.231
370
270
100
1
< 0.137
Cd
-0.394
370
270
100
i
< 0.137
Cr
27330
370
270
100
1
3.75
Pb
2.299
370
270
100
1
0.315
Sb
3150.432
370
270
100
1
432















































































































































































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Sample Report
Chent SaciDle 0):
FKL-27 DA
TLI Samnle ID;
131-59-13C DA
Dale Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Dale Preuared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
\ Anatote ::i ;-
. Cooa ^
ftjaO
Total Vol
vv:.;:
Used
H*5naTVbL:
Mutton :
Factor
Total uq
Result
As
1760.417
370
270
100
1
24 ^
Be
-0.259
370
270
100
1
< 0.137
Cd
0.209
370
270
100
1
< 0.137
Cr
23.011
370
270
100
1
3.15
Pb
3.971
370
270
100
1
0.544
Sb
3156.865
370
270
100
1
433















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID
FKL-12
n 1 ID:
111-59-14A
Da 12 Received
Julv 22. 1996
Daw Prepared
Julv 24-31. 1996

Aueusi 14-16.1996
Matrix:
Air
' Anaitote 7
. r:-;;Gpna-:y!'
' 
TotaJVoi
ri.
Used
i*L
fired Vol
DiuSart
Factor
"'TcttJjuaV ;
; ^"Rest#
As
3.143
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.013
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0,100
Cd

N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0,100
Cr
36.741
MA
N/A
100
1
3.67
Pb
-3.920
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0-200
Sb
16272
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.63















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-33
TT T Sample ID:
131-59-14C
Date Received:
Tnlv 21 1996
Date Pre tared:
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analyzed:
August 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
' AnaMe:

mL :
Tot^Vbt
" Uteri
-mL
Diutioo
ToiaJuq
/Result
As
1532.855
360
260
100
1
212
Be
-O.Q21
360
260
100
1
< 0.138
Cd
1.000
360
260
100
1
0.138
Cr
26.304
360
260
100
1
3.64
Pb
6497
360
260
100
1
0.900
Sb
2874.087
360
260
100
1
398















































































































































































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Client Samole ID:
FKL-02
Tt 1 Sample ID
131-59-15A
Date Received
Julv 22. 1996
Date Pre Dared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analv7ed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Matrix. 1 Air
AnaJvte
Gone.
 {uatV 
mL .: .
Total Vol.
UwcT^
' 'finaiVbt
::.i3autcx>. V:
:: f-- i, v :
  rjuu
Besuft - '
As
11.033
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.10
Be
0.046
m
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
0.075
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
22.155
n/a
N/A
100
1
222
Pb
9.939
N/A
N/A
100
1
0.994
Sb
34.979
N/A
N/A
100
1
3.50







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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ID.
FKL-03
TLI Samole ID
131-59-i5C
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Auffust 14-16. 1996



Cooc.
feJaK-V
mL . -
TcttiVbi
mL
Used
n*.
Rn^VoL
DSufiO*
Factor
TotaJua ..
' Resuk
As
929 483
410
310
100
1
123
Be
-0.030
410
310
100
1
< 0.132
Cd
0.193
410
310
100
1
< 0.132
Cr
28.736
410
310
100
1
3.80
Pb
4.545
410
310
100
1
0.601
Sb
1593.824
410
310
100
1
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Sample Report
Client SamDle ID
FKL-08
TLI Samole ID
131-59-16A
Date Received-
Julv 22. 1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Anaivzed
Auzust 14-16. 1996
Matnx:
Air
Anah/te :
Gone.
fuoU
iri.
Total Vol.
ni.

 Caution
factor
Total uq
Result
As
16.425
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.64
Be
0 061
N/A
WA
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
1.040
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0100
Cr
2'. 275
N/A
N/A
100
1
2 13
Pb
-2.263
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0200
Sb
25 332
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.53








































































































































































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Client: Eastern Research Group
Pro ject Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ID
FKL-09
TLI Samole ID:
ni.59.16B
Date Received:
Juiv 21 1996
Date Prenared:
Juiv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed
Au?ust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
AnaUvte
Cone
fuotl
: Total Vot.r

trL 0
finadVoL
Diii&ri  "
' factor"
TooJuq
Result
As
93S.692
440
340
100
1
121
Be
-0.016
440
340
100
1
< 0.129
Cd
-0.880
440
340
100
1
< 0.129
Cr
26.335
440
340
100
1
3.41
Pb
2.886
440
340
100
1
0.373
Sb
1647.914
440
340
100
1
213















































































































































































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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Clieni Samde ID
FKL-14
TLI Samnle ID
131-S9-17A
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed.
Auzust 14-16. 1996
Matrix
Air
Analvte :l
Cooc.
fiL
TctaJVot

RhtiVOL
Diufon
Factor':
Totalug
Resutt
As
20.070
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.01
Be
0.018
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-0.447
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
23.476
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.35
Pb
0.087
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
24.939
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.49





































































































































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Project Number:	38139
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-15
TT T Snmnle ID:
131-S9-17C

Julv 22.1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analv7ed-
Ausrast 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
' Anslvte
;Conc< ^
feato
. mL :
Used
FhaJVoL
DfaSon;
:* Factor
Totafuq
Result
As
1004.995
43S
335
100
i
130
Be
0.130
435
335
100
1
< 0.130
Cd
-0.595
435
335
100
1
< 0.130
Cr
25.451
435
335
100
i
3.30
Pb
4.327
435
335
100
i
0.562
Sb
1067.377
436
336
100
i
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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ID
FKL-125
TLI SamDle ID:
131-59-19A

Tnlv 22. 1996
Date Prroared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Dace Analvyed-
August 14-16.199ft
Matrix:

Andvte
Cone. -
ftiOtt 1
* - mL :
TcttiVol
rtL
Uaad
Tii.
RnaJVoi
Diution ;
Factor :
Totefuq
As
1.671
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
-0.006
HIA
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-1.270
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
24.061
N/A
N/A
100
1
241
Pb
-0436
n/a
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
12.522
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.25















































































































































































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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ID:
FXL-127
TLI Samcle ID:
131-59-19C
Date Received:
lulv 22. 1996
Date Prenared:
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analyzed:
Anpust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air

Cone.
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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ID:
FKL-127 L

131-59-19CL
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prepared'
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analvred:
Aueusl 14-16. 1996

Air
AneM *
;  j COOt
Vudto
mL
Total Vol.
wi.
nt
Faetot '
: TcteJug
' ftesaih:
As
-2.680
290
190
100
s
< 3.82
Be
0 079
290
190
100
5
< 0.763
Cd
2.074
290
190
100
5
1.58
Cr
3.062
290
190
100
5
2.34
Pb
0.638
290
190
100
5
< 1.53
Sb
2.177
290
190
100
5
< 3.05















































































































































































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Protect Number	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-132 SOUTH
TLI Samcle ID:
131-59-20A
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 19%
Harr
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:	
Air
 . :
' . i. L  . J
 rtiwiliitii"
<5
nL
TotaiVoi.
nL
Used
fli-
EHkJtion
 Factor
Toteluq
*  fteailt :
As
1 490
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
0.035
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-1.420
N/A
WA
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
24.242
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.42
Pb
1.642
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
15 927
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.59















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-131 NORTH
HJ i^flil!10'6 ED
131-59-20B
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 19%
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Maori*:

Anatos
 -Gone. 
fciOto :
mL
Total Vol.
: irt-
: used
FtttriVol.
Diutioo ^
fisetof
Total wa i
Rest# '
As
0.553
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
0.069
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-1.45C
m
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
21.829
N/A
N/A
100
1
2.18
Pb
0.584
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
11.454
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.15














































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Project Number	38139	
Sample Report
Client Sample ID:
FKL-131 NORTH DA
TLI Sample ID:
131-59-20B DA
Date Received:
Julv 22.1996
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996

AuptiM 14-16. 1996
Matrix
Air

Cona
(uaHY
mL
Total Vol
i* Used " 
Rui VoL '
D8utforv -
': Factof ':
. Total uq .
:. Result.
As
-0.253
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.500
Be
0.065
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-1.250
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
23.443
m
N/A
100
1
2.34
Pb
1.415
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0200
Sb
14.192
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.42















































































































































































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Project Number:	38139	
Sample Report
Client Samole ED
FKL-114,112,113.79
TI.I Samnle ID:
131-59-4 A4C4E10A
Date Received
Ink- 7.2. 199*
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date AnalvTed:
Aupust 14-lfi. 1996
Matrix
Air
Anatete Hi
Cone.
Wwl)
. ml
Totel Vol

FintfVol
Dfc&on
Facia ;
Totaf ug
: ftesutt
As
32.416
N/A
N/A
100
1
3.24
Be
-45.990
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cd
-6.643
N/A
N/A
100
1
< 0.100
Cr
325.273
N/A
H/A
100
1
32.5
Pb
19.844
N/A
N/A
100
1
1.98
Sb
45.971
N/A
N/A
100
1
4.60















































































































































































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Client: Eastern Research Group
Protect Number	38139	
Sample Report
Client SamDle ID
FKL-79.81.115.113
TLI Samole ID:
131-59-10A10B4D4E
Date Received:
Julv 22. 1996
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
Amiyts
Cone.
mL
TVXtfVoi:
Uaad
RnalVoL
Factor
; Total up ;
Result x
As
-5.548
150
150
100
1
< 0.500
Be
0.041
150
150
100
1
< 0100
Cd
-1.575
150
150
100
1
0.100
Cr
19.587
150
150
100
1
1.96
Pb
-0 405
150
150
100
1
< 0.200
Sb
5.825
150
150
100
1
0683















































































































































































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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number	38139
QA: Duplicate
Plipnf TTi-
FK1.-93 91.9?

TLl Sanrole DD
131-S9-2ABC
131-59-2ABC DA
Daw Pn>pari*d-
Tnlv 14-31 1996
l.ilv 1.4-31.
Date Analvzed
Aueust 14-16. 1996

Mamx:
Air
Air

Samole
Diriicafe
hpd
' AnaMe - -
r Total ug
*' -Rest# :
COK.
. \;Totalug..7
* .'-:Cbne;,;:- '
As
141
1413 090
143
1431 715
0.70%
Be
< 0.100
0.634
< moo
0.177

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Project Number	38139
OA: Duplicate


FKL-94 DA
HJ Samole ID:
131-59-2D
131-59-2D DA
Date Prenared
Julv 24-31. 1996
lulv 24-31. 1996

Ausust 14-16. 1996
Aufiist 14-16. 1996
Matnx:

An

Saroie
Duplicate

AnaMfl

Cock.
Total ug
 RaSulf
i: ugt
Cone. 
, RPP
As
31.5
259.074
11.8
261.062
0.95%
Be
< 0.122
0.040
< 0.122
0.021

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Project Number:	38139
QA: Duplicate
riisni Sample TT>
FKI.-S8
FKI.-S* DA
TL1 Samole ID:
131-59-7A
131-59-7A DA
Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Tnlv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Mamx
Air
Air

Samole
DuoKcate

. AnaJvte
Total ug .
.' : ReSU#-
ujjL
: -Gatic; ^
Total ug I ugi.
''i^-Rsssaf
; BPD
As
< o son

< n son | ? 8(v)

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Client:
Project Number.
OA: Duplies
Eastern Research Group
38139
ite
Client Samoie ID:
FKL-60
FKL-fiO DA
TLI SamDle ID:
131-59-7C
131-59-7C DA
Date Pre Dared:
Julv 24-31. 199&
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Ausust 14-16. 1996
Aueust 14-16. 1996




SamDle
Durticale
RPD
; AnaMe ;r
K'-vTotfiMi' /=
Result^
ugfl-
Conc
7 Rest*
,uglL"
Cone.
As
< 0.786
-2.472
< 0.786
-1.397

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Project Number:	38139
QA: Duplicate


FKT -76 DA
TLI Samole ID
131-59-I3A
131-59-13A DA
Date Prenared
lulv 24-31. 1996
Jnlv 24-31. 1996
Date Analvzed
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Aumi.ii 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
Ail

Samole
Dieticate
; .  -
HPD
: 'AnaMe
Tctelug ''
' Result
>Conc.:: H:'
Tctelug

As
< 0 soo
1 7RS
< n.500
2:263

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Project Number	38139
QA: Duplicate

FK1 -77

TT T Samnie ID-
131-59-13C
131-59-13CDA
Date Prcnared:
liilv 24-11. 1996
Julv 24-11. 1996

Aupust 14-16. 1996
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Mamx:
Air


Sarrcte
DuoBcate
X

Tstaius
Ufft
ToteJug
ygfc
WD
AnaMe
Ruft
Cone.
Rest*
Cone.

As
241
1761878
241
1760.417
000%
Be
< 0.117
-0211
< 0.117
-0.259

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Project Number	38139
QA: Duplicate
Client Sample! ID- 
FKL-131 NORTH
1 FKL-131 north da
TLI Samole ID
131-59-20B
I131.59-20B DA
Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
hilv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
Aubusi 14-16. 1996
 Uueusi 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
Air
1 Air

Sample
Ducficate

;= AnaMs 

Totalis
' ^
1 Cone.



As
<
0.500
0.553
< 0500
-0253

<
0.200
0.584
< 0.200
1.415
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Protect Number: 38139	
OA: Serial
Dilution
Client Samole ID
FKL-86.84.85
FKL-86.84.85 L
TT I .SamnlR TD'
131-59-1ABT
131-59-1 ABC I.
Dare Prenared
Julv 24-31. 1996
Julv 24-31.1996
Date Analyzed:
Aueusi 14-16.1996
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Matrix
As


Native Sample
Serial Dilution
flPD :1
Arahrte '
Tctalug .
"Rest*  :
ugi.
Cone: :
Ftesuft
Cone.
As
161
1607.215
171
341.421
6,02%
Be
< 0.100
0.009
< 0.500
0.122

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Project Number: 38139	
OA: Serial
dilution
f1i(>nf Samnle TD-
FKL-87
FKL-87 L
TTI Samnle ID:
131-59-1D
131-59-1D L
Date Preoared
Julv 24-31. 1996
Julv 24-31. 1996
Dale Analyzed:
August 14-16. 1996
Aunust 14-16. 1996
Matrix
Air
Air

Native Samole
SeriaJ Dilution
:!;;;;eFD
AraMe
Total tig
; Result
ug/L
TOfeiUg :
---ttesult

As
23.7
198.723
26.5
44.414

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Project Number: 38139	
OA: Serial
Dilution
Client SamDle ID:
FKL-51
FKL-51 L
ti r m-
H1-59-6A
131-59-6A I
Date Preoared:
Jnlv 24-31. 1996
Jill v 24-11. 1996
Date Analyzed:
August 14-16.1996
August 14-16, 1996
Matrix:
Air


Native Sarroie
Serai Dilution


Tetaiug
ugi.
TcMug

flPD
Anahrte
Rest*
COftc.
Rest#
".Cone.

As
< 0500
4 238
< 2.50
1.622

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Project Number 38139	
OA: Serial
Dilution



Tl .1 Samnle ID:
131-59-6C
131-59-6C L

Jnlv 74-H . 1996
rlv 24-31 199r;
CcrcF


As
* 0.R03
4.489
c 4.02
-7 853
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Project Number 38139	
QA: Serial Dilution
Gient Samole ID
FKL-20
FKL-20 L
TF I Samnle ID'
m-">9-12A

Daifi Prcoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996
Julv 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed'
August 14-16. 1996
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Mams;	

Air			

Native Sample
Serial Dlutioo


Total ug : 
ug/L


RPD
i Analvte
Resull
 Gortc. . :
Rest*
Cone;

As
< 0.500
3.958
< 250
-0 290
cRDL
Be
< 0.100
-0.139
< 0.500
0.051

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Project Number 38139	
OA: Serial
Dilution
Plwnr Samrtlp TT>-
PO.-21
FKL-21 I.

m--i2r
rn.5g.12r1.
Date Preoared
Tulv 24-31. 1996
Jnlv 24-^l. 1996
Dale Analyzed
A11P11SI 14-16. 1906
AupuM 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
A"
Air

Native Samote
Serial Dilution
,-ftFCK
Anahrte
Total ug
9t
Cane.
flaoutt
vg/L
^:Cbha- ^ 
As
270
1894.157
286
401 753
5.76%
Be
< 0.143
-0.087
< 0.713
-0019

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Project Number: 38139	
OA: Serial
Dilution
Client Samnle ID:
FKL-125
FKL-125 L

131-SQ-19A
131-59-19AI.
Date Precaied:
Julv 24-31. 1996 '
lulv 24-'? 1. 1996
Dale Analvzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996
Ausust 14-16, 1996
Matrix:
Air
Air

Native Sarrple
Serial Dilution
RPD
 Anatvte
: Tdtalugt :
Result t
ug/L .
:" Trtalug 
Cone.:
As

1.671
< 2.50
-2.006

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Project Number. 38139	
OA: Serial
dilution

FKL-127
FKT.-127I

131-59-19C
131-59-19CI.
Due Prepared
l1v 24-31. 1996
Julv 24-31.1996
Daie Analyzed:
August 14-16. 1996
Aueust 14-16.1996
Mamx;
M.


Natjvft Samote
Serial Dilution


Toteiug


ug/L
WD
Anafc/te
 Result '
Cone.* '
Iteailt
 Gone. *:

As
< 0 763
-11.004.
< 3.82
2.680

o
2.177

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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client SamDie ID:
FKL-86.84.85 PDS

TLI SamDie ID:
131-59-1 ABC PDS

Date Prepared:
July 24-31.1996

Date Analvzed:
Ausust 14-16.1996

Matrix:
Air


Post-Dioestion Sake
Post-Diaestion Soike Duolicate


Recovered;
Spite:

Recovered
Spike:

RPD 
Anatvte
Amount
AiTKMftiaiA
Recover*
AmountfuctfU
Ainountfaaki
Recover*

As
1637.58
50
LOW SPIKE




Be
47.62
50
954



	
Cd
3S.46
50
71/<



	.
Cr
252.30
50
102/t



	
Pb
32.40
50
65/i



. 
Sb
1295.29
50
LOW SPIKE



	















	







	







	















	







	







	























	







	







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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client Samole ID:
FKL-87 PDS

TLI Sample ID:
H1-59-1DPDS

Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996

Date Analvzed.
Aueust 14-16, 1996

Matrix:
Air


Post-Diaestion Soike
Post-Diaestion Soike Duoicate
m>
AnaMe
Recovered
Amount foot)
Amort fwrfj
:ftea3VBiv:;
Recovered
Amount
Spite
Amount ftjtfD
ftecwav
As
236.22
50
75 "A




Be
48.31
50
977<




Cd
52.71
50
99/.




Cr
75.18
50
95e/<




Pb
64.32
50
99/<




Sb
174.80
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Printed: 19-Aug-96
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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client SamDle ED:
FKL-51 PDS

TLI SamDle ID
131-59-6A PDS

Date Prepared:
July 24-31, 1996

Date Analyzed:
Aubusi 14-16,1996

Matrix:
Air


Post-Di(

Post-Diqestion Spike Duplicate
'n tiPD-
7   : <

Anafvte
AmourttfuctfU
-/-.-Spite
Amount futflJ
ReCCWeW
ReaweBBd
;*OTOuntfoato
: .spite
Amount fua/LJ
Recowev
As
5225
50
104%




Be
48.32
50
97%




Cd
49.49
50
99/<




Cr
74.33
50
107%




Pb
62.50
50
97/(



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59.61
50
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ai
11:11 AM

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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Oient Samnle ID:
FKL-53 PDS

TLl Samole ID:
131-59-6C PDS

Date Pre oared:
Jul v 24-31. 1996

Date Analvzed:
August 14-16. 1996


Air


Post-Diaestion Soike
Post-Oiaestion Sake DuDiicate


Heaovwed
Spike
. ^
: :v;:7BU9WIHsl ; >
\ -:r
.% '
 HPD

AmourtrooU
WsmimS

Arnold ftttto
ffeCOtfSIV
<
As
42.36
50
85 %



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Be
4728
50
96%




Cd
49.82
50
97/



	
Cr
65.80
50
93"A




Pb
71.66
50
98/<




. Sb
55.98
50
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801 Capiiola Drive * Durham, NC 27713
Tele: (919) 544-5729 * Fax: (919) 544-5491
Printed: 19-Aug-96	at 11:11AM

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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client Samole ID:
FKL-20PDS

TL] Samnle ID:
131-59-12A PDS

Dale Prepared:
July 24-31,1996

Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996

Matrix:
Air


Post-Dioestiori Sake
Post-Diaestion Spike DuDlicate
RPD

Recovered
AmouftMuVU
Spfor
ABjaurtfaa/U
Pteccwew
Recovered
Spike
AirtotMftMj
Recover*
As
53.73
50
107%




Be
46.95
50
9M




Cd
50.19
50
966/<



	
Cr
88.56
50
102/<



	
Pb
44.07
50
m<



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Sb
68.79
50
105%



	







	







	







	







	







	







	







	







	







	















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801 Capitola Drive * Durham, NC 27713
Tele: (919) 544-5729 * Fax: (919) 544-5491
Printed: 19-Aug-96 at 11:40 AM
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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number	38139
OA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client Samole ID:
FKL-21 PDS

TLI Samnle ID-
111-59-12C PDS

Date Prepared:
Julv 24-31. 1996

Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16.1996

Matrix
Air


Post-Dioestion Srtke
Post-Dioestion Soike Duplicate
:  .... ;. .
is
: AnaMe
^:;Fteoowwwt/'
Amcutf (uo/Ul Haoowav
teSSSu
Sfcite
Amount (uo/U
%
As
1921.66
50
LOW SPIKE



	
Be
4629
50
93/<



	
Cd
52.14
50
97/<



	
Cr
63.62
50
89%




Pb
55.77
50
95/<




Sb
3440.97
50
LOW SPIKE



	







	















	















	







	







	















	















	































	







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801 Capiiola Drive * Durham, NC 27713
Tele: (919) 544-5729 " Fax: (9!9) 544-5491
Printed: l9-Aug-96 at 11:4CAM

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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number: 	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client Sam Die ID:
FKL-125 PDS

"ILISamolelD:
131-59-19A PDS

Date Prepared:
July 24-31, 1996

Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16.1996

Matrix:
Air


Post-Dicjestion Soike
Post-Diaestion SDike Dudicate
ffO-'
Anafvte
Reocwaed
Amcuntkia/U
Spike
Amounrfuo^L)
mmSsip
R8O0MW
ReocwBred
, ; Spite' "
Amoumfua/U
Raceway
As
49.10
50
98-A




Be
46.93
50
94%




Cd
46.95
50
94
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Client: Eastern Research Group
Protect Number	38139
QA: Matrix Spikes (Post-Digestion)
Client Samole ID:
FKL-127 PDS

TLI Samole ID:
111-S9-19C PDS

Date Pre Dared:
Jul v 24-31. 1996

Date Analyzed
Aueust 14-16. 1996

Matrix:
Air


Post-Di(
restion SDike
Post-Dioestion Soike Duplicate
RPD
AraMe
J=teooveed
Amajnt(uafl.i
Spike
AnxartfuoO
%
Recovered
Amount foo/U
S^pik < <
AraounfcfaaSi
%
Reccwav
AS
43.38
50
87/4




Be
46.81
50
92/t




Cd
56.51
50
96/i




Cr
59.48
50
95/




Pb
53.55
50
97/



	
Sb
50.081 50
100/<





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801 Capitol a Drive * Durban:. NC 27713
Tele' (919) 544-5729 * Fax (919) 544-5491
Printed: 19-Aug-96 at 01:20 PM

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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number: 38139	
QA: Method Blank
TLI Samole ID:
WW MB
Date Preijared:
July 24-31. 1996
Date Analyzed:
August 14-16. 1996
Matrix:
N/A

Method Blank



LimiHuaU
Pass or --=:
As
7.14
5
Fail
Be
0.03
1
Pass
Co
-1.89
1
Fail
Cr
27.16
2
Fail
Pb
-0.54
2
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Sb
13.03
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Tele: (919) 544-5729 * Fax: (919) 544-5491
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Client: Eastern Research Group
Project Number:	28122	
QA: Lab Control Spikes
TLI SamDle ID:
18139 LCS

Date Preoared:
Julv 24-31. 1996

Date Analyzed:
Aueust 14-16. 1996

Matrix:
N/A


Lab Control SDike
Lah Control Sake Duolic
ate
RPD
" - Ana^s:
fieccwered
Amount tart.)
\r/:,Spifc
Anwontfuoi*
% :
Recwwv
Rooowered
AirourtfciaaL)
Spi
?Ai*>biuntfua7D
^ -%
Recwwv
AS
5421
50
108X



	
Be
46.10
50
92A




Cd
45.46
50
9W<




Cr
78.01
50
156/<




Pb
43.40
50
B7A



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Sb
64.45
50
129/{



	







	







	















	







	















	







	







	







	







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Project Number: 	2222.
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0.004
m
100
28
1
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WA
100
as
1
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< o.oeo
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ftOlfi
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WA
m
1
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mm


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0M7
n
HIA
m
1
 0.060
< Qjom
-
-
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43
WA
20
1
 0.043


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-0.023
43
m
as
1
< 0.043
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400
m
90
1
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0.035
400
WA
GO
1
< o.ieo
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0.07#
100
m
80
1
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0.065
too
m
SO
1
 0A40
< &046
-
-
* 131-5MA
-0.016
m
100
25
1
 0.000



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O.D18
N/A
100
25
1
< aoso
< o.oeo
-
-
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0.068
265
WA
25
1
< Oil 2

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0.124
SS&
WA
25
1
< 0212
< 0212
-
-
* 1314MS
0.018
46
WA
20
1
< 0.044


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-0.03S
46
N/A
20
1
< 0.046
< 0.048
-
-
* 131-KWO
0.016
400
N/A
80
1
< 0.10


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400
WA
SO
1
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Project Number	38139
Sample Report	Pagoote
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0.019
N/A
100
25
1
< 0J3B0



FKL-6SFH D
* 131-59-SAD
-0.023
N/A
100
25
1
< 0.080
< aoeo
-
-
RQ.-67BH
* 131-69-8C
0.064
306
N/A
25
1
< 0.244



FKL-67BH0
* 131-SMCD
0.047
306
N/A
23
1
< 0244
< 024*
-
-
FKL-68HN03
 131-59-96
-0.0Z7
42
m
20
1
< 0.042



FKL-MHN03D
' 131-5M8D
-0.027
42
N/A
20
1
 0D42
< QJ342
-
_
FKL-69KMn04
 131-6M0
0.069
400
N/A
50
1
< 0.160


.
FXL-GBKM04D
 131-5940 0
0X164
400
N/A
50
1
< 0.1
< 0.1
-
-
FKL-S9,7T> HO
* 131-SM0E
0.053
100
N/A
50
1
< 0.040



PK.-6S.70 HQ D
 131-59-80E0
0.050
100
N/A
50
1
< 0.040
< aoo
-
-
FXL-72FH
* 131-SMA
aooo
N/A
100
25
1
 080



FK.-72FH0
 131-SMAD
-0.006
N/A
100
25
1
< 0.080
< 0-000
-
-
FXL'74,75 BH
 131-SM8C
0.003
75
m
25
1
< 0.060
_


FKL-74,75 BH 0
" 131-SMBCO
-0.009
75
N/A
25
1
< 0.060
 aoeo
-
-
RC.-7SHN03
* 131-5946
-0.009
44
N/A
20
1
< 0.044



RC-75HNO30
* 131-69-90 D
0.006
44
N/A
20
1
< 0.044
< 0.044
-
-
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Protect Number.	28139
Sample Report
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FKL-20FH
fXLZOFHD

131-59-12A
131-59-12AD
-0.009
-0.009
N/A
N/A
100
100
26
25

1
1
<
<
ouoeo
<
0.080
-

FKL-21 BH
FKL-21 BH D

131-S9-12C
131-59-12CD
0.046
0.037
335
33S
N/A
N/A
20
20

1
1
<
<
0.335
0335
<
0.335
-
-
FKL-22 HN03
FKL-22 HNC3 D
*
131-59-12B
131-59-128 0
-0012
-O.0O3
47
47
N/A
N/A
20
20

1
1
<
<
OM7
0047
<
0.047
_

FKL-23 KMnCM
FKL-23KMKD4D

131-59-12DDX10
131-59-12DDX10O
3.1
3.423
400
400
N/A
N/A
50
SO

10
10

2SS
27.4

26.4
V	
-
.
FKL-23 24 HO
FKL-2324 HOD

131-59-12DE
131-59-12DE0
5.820
6.648
100
100
II
50
50

1
1

1.16
1-33

125
-
-
FKL-26FH
FKL-26 FH D

131-S9-13A
131-59-13AD
0.063
0.026
N/A
N/A
100
100
2S
25

1
1
<
<
OA80
0.080
<
0.080
_
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FKL-27BH
FKL-27 BH D
"
131-58-13C
131-59-13CD
0.097
0.044
370
370
WA
N/A
20
20

1
1
<
<
0370
0370
<
0370
-
-
FKL-28 HNQ3
FKL-2BHN03D

131-59-13B
131-59-13BD
0.040
0.040
4
46
N/A
N/A
20
20

1
1
<
<
0.046
O046
K
0.046
-
-
FKL-29 KMrCM
FKL-29 KKKM D

131-59-13D DX10
131-59-13DDX10D
3.635
3.649
400
400
N/A
N/A
50
50

10
10

29.1
292

29.1
-
-
FKL-29,30 MCI
FKL-29.30 HO D

131-58-13DE
131-59-13DED
2282
2.465
200
200
N/A
N/A
50
50

1
1

0.913
0.994

0.953

-
FKL-32FH
fkl-3zfhd

131-59-14A
131-59-14AD
0.030
0.020
N/A
N/A
100
100
25
25

1
1
<
<
o-oao
<
0080
-
-
FKL-33BH
FKL-33 BH D

131-59-14C
131-68-14C D
0X379
0.104
360
360
N/A
N/A
25
25

1
1
<
<
02d8
0288
<
0288
-
-
FKL-34 HN03
R0.-34HNO3 D

131-59-148
131-69-148 D
0.035
0.023
51
51
N/A
N/A
25
2S

1
1
<
<
0.041
041
<
0.041
-
-
FKL-35KMn04
FKL-35 KMn04 D

131-59-14D DX10
131-59-14DDX100
4.342
4.190
400
400
N/A
N/A
50
50

10
10

M.7
33.5

34.1
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131-59-19A
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25
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131-S9-19AD
0 043
wa
100
25
i

0.060
<
0.060
-
-
FKL-127BH
131-S9-19C
0.117
290
N/A
50
1
<
0.116

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VKL-127 BH D
131-58-19CD
0.111
290
N/A
SO
1
<
0.116
<
0.116
-
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.FKL-12B KN03
131-6S-19B
0.017
50
N/A
20
i
<
0.050

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|FKt-128 HN03 D
131-69-190 D
0.029
50
N/A
20
1
<
0.050
<
0.050
-
-
ha-129 KMn04
131-59-19D
0043
400
N/A
50
1
<
0160




IFKl-129 KMn04 D
131-59-19DD
0052
400
N/A
50
1
<
0.160
<
0.160
-
-
FKL-129.130HCI
131-59-19DE
0146
200
N/A
50
1
<
0.060




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131-S9-19DED
0.140
200
N/A
50

<
0.060
<
o.oeo
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-
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131-5&-2DB
0.046
N/A
100
25
1
<
0.060

_

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FKL-131 NORTH fh d
131-59-205 D
0.037
N/A
100
25
1
<
0.060
<
oxieo
-

FKL-132 SOUTH FH
131-59-20A
0.070
N/A
100
25
i
<
0.060



_
FKl-132 SOUTH FHD
131-59-20AD
0.060
N/A
100
25
1
<
0.060
<
0.060
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FKL-79,112.113 114 FH
131-59-4ACE13A
0.035
N/A
100
2S
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0.060




FKL-79,112.113.114 FH D
131-58-4ACE10A D
0.029
N/A
100
25

<
0.080

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-
FKI-79.81.113.115BH
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0.O13
ISO
N/A
25
1
<
0.120

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131-SSMCElOABC
0.016
150
N/A
25
i
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0.12D

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131-59-4E10A
0010
20
N/A
10
1

0.040


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131-59-4E10AD
0 022
20
N/A
10
1
<
0.040
<
0.040
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TVoitct Nnmhtr			26151
Sample Report	pag.7a
iDtie Received;	iulv 22. 1996
Pitt frraaad:	July 24 - Auma 12. 1996	
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FKL-37BHMSO
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3.096
620
N/A
25
1
7.86
7.74
1.47%
62%
FKL-94BHMS
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73%
FKL-1C1 BH MS
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FKL-101 BH MSO
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25
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10.3
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FKL-60BHMS
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1
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82%
FKL-SO BH MSO
' 131-59-7CMSD
5.394
275
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20
1
7.42
652
27.6%
108%
FKL-67BHMS
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5.552
305
N/A
25
1
6.77
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FKL-S7BHMS0
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4.301
306
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25
1
525
6.01
25.4%
88%
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FKL-21 BH MS
131-59-12C MS
718
335
N/A
20
i
456
-
-
54%
FKL-21 BH MSO
131-59-12C MSO
2.328
33S
N/A
20
i
3.90
423
15.5%
47%
FKL-27 0HMS
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3.923
370
N/A
20
1
726
_
_
78%
FKL-Z7 BH MSD
" 131-59-13C MSD
4290
370
N/A
20
1
7.92
7.59
8.70%
86%
FKL-3JBHMS
131-59-14CMS
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360
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1
4.14
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58%
FKL-33BH MSO
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390
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4.83
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FKL-03 BH MS
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3.183
410
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20
1
648
6.59
329%
63%
FKL09 8HMS
131-58-168 MS
2.169
440
HIA
25
1
382
_
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43%
FKL-09BHMSO
131-99-166 MSO
2.156
440
HJA
25
1
3.79
3.81
0.59%
43%
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620
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25
1
12.4
-
-
-
FKL-67 BH MSD
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620
N/A
25
1
124
-
-
-
FKL-94BH MS
TrwSpmb MS
5
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N/A
25
1
112
_
_
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TruaSpks MSO
5
560
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25
1
112
-
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800
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25
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600
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25
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20
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-
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275
N/A
20
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6.88
-
-
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FKL-67 BHMS
Tiua Spots MS
5
305
N/A
25
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| Project Number
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	139
Sample Report
RagasalB
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FKL-21
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FKL-127
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HN03M202 BACK HALF
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HN039H202 BACK HALF

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FKL-101
FKL-
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BH-
3
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METHOO 28. INCINERATOR. RUN 3
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FKL-40
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METHOO 28. HEADER, FBI
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FKL-74
FKL-
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BH-
FB2
METHOO 28. SALES GAS, FB2
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FKL-108
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M29-
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FKL-47

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M29-
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FKl-10
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FKl-28
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BHM-
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FB3
METHOD 29 HEADER, FBI
0 IN HN03 RMSE - Hg
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FKL-28
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FKL-58
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3
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NITRIC ACID PROBE RINSE

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NITRIC ACID PROBE RINSE

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METHOD 29. HEADER. RBI
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METHOO 28, SALES GAS. RB2
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38139-
- C 90
131-59-173
FKL-16
38139-
- C 91
131-59-17C
FKL-15
38139-
- C 92
131-59-170
FKL-17
38139-
-093
131-59-173
FKL-18
28139-
-094
131-59-18A
FKL-45
38139-
-095
131-59-18B
FKL-47
38139-
-096
131-5 9 -18C
FKL-48
38139-
-097
13I-59-18D
FKL-49
38139-
-098
131-59-19A
FKL-125
38139-
-099
131-59-19B
FKL-12B
38139-
-1C0
131-59-19C
FKL-127
38139-
-1C1
131-39-19D
FKL-129
38139-
-1C2
131-59-19E
FKL-13 0
38139-
-103
LCS
Lab Control Spike
38139-
-104
131-59-20A

38139-
-105
131-59-20B

				XfrCOC (Rev 11/01/94)--
Additional comments or instructions:
162

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* SEE SPIKE LOG

Spuing Standard Preparation
SPIKING







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Element
Standard Ona Std. Spika(uL)
cone
SpikafuU
cone
combined

iD
(ppm)
Fvol(100mL
(opm)
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I Staple Nan
File nethoo Date Tie OpIC Type flode
1	STD1-BIANK
2	SJD3
3	STOJ
4	CHECK 10
5	ICV/CCV
6	ICB/CCB
: ICSfiB
8 48 i 19 H8 .
9 38139 LCS
10	131-59-1ABC
11	131-59-1A8C 5DS
12	1J1-J9-1M: L
13	131-59-1C
14	131-59-1D PD:
15	131-59-iC ,
14 131-59-2*8:
17 131-59-2MC 05
13 ICV/CCV
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20	ICB/CCB
21	131-S9-2C
22	131-59-20 OS
23	131-59-3A8C
24	131-59-3D
25	13l-59-5P<85C
26	I31-59-58C
21 38139 IB
29 3i-3n-tCS	
2? 131-59-IC
30 ICV/CCV
3t~lCi/CC8
3? IWCC9		
33	ICB/CCS
34	ICSA8
35	131-59-bfl
36	i3i-5S-6fi PCS
37	131-59-64 .
36 131-j9-bC
39 131-59-eC PCS
10 131-59-6C I
41	131-S9-7A
42	131-5S-7A D
43	131-59-7C
14 131-5S-7C Dt
45 ICV/CCV
a :cb/ccb
41. 13;-S9-Bfl
48 13.-59-3C
4" i31-59-'^ls
DKH S
OKH S
DKH S
DKH S
DKH 5
OKH
DKH
OKH
DKH
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
-CWC-

DKH
OKH
DKH
OKH
DUti
OKH
DKH
OKH S
c
CCHC
CONC
CCHC
CONC
CCHC
CONC
CCHC
CONC **'' ~?-1
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OKH C
OKH
DKH
OKH
DKH
DKH
DKH
OKH
DKH
OKH 5
DKH S
OKH 9
DKH C
OKH S
OKH S
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CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CONC
CJKC
CONC
CONC
165

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c*walys:s Resort Suaiary
Thu 06-15-96 06:39:49 PR
M96 2
I Saiple Naie	File Hethod Date Tim OpIP Type node
5k-tttftCT			9im	HIMIIU	lb:.; Ullh	U	CUM 0	
55	S/0tl	um	TIMflllGLg 00/14/98	13.11 MH	3	CWC
56	IC8/CC8 81496 IRIAN612 #8/14/96	15:26 MH	0 CONC
57	ICSAB 81496 TRIAK612 08/14/96	15:31 OXH	9 CONC
16G

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ij-i-	
3 Saipli Naie
Oyfiddlj
File
. I i w iO ' V *. i ; .	II	. yc
Rethod Date Tiie O&ID Type Rode
1 ST01-BLANK

81596
7RIANGL" CB/15/96
19:11

X
IR
2 5T03

81596
TRIANSL2 08/15/96
19:17

X
IR
3 STD3

81596
"RIANG.2 GB/15/96
19:22 DKH
B
COHC
4 CHECK 10

81596
TRIAN6L2 08/15/96
19:27 DKH
6
COKC
5 1CV/CCV

81596
TR1ANG<.2 08/15/96
19:32 DKH
a
CONC
6 STD1-81ANK

81S96
TDKN612 08/15/96
20:00

X
IR
7 STOl-BiANK

81596
TRJANS12 08/15/96
20:33

X
IR
8 STD3

8159*
TRIANGl.2 08A5/96
20:38

n
IR
9 STOi

81596
TRIANGL2 08/15/96
20:44 DKH
0
COHC
10 DHtCS 10

81596
TRIAMGL2 08/15/96
20:49 OKi-
6 '
cjn:
is i:v/ccv

81596
TRIANGL2 08/15/96
20:54
DKH
0
ccnc
12 ICS/CCB

81596
TRISNS12 08/15/96
20:59
DKH
0
con:
;3 ICSA8

81596
TRIANG12 03/15/96
21:04
DKH
0
CONC
U ICV/CCV

81594
TRIANSIJ 08/15/96
22:04
DKN
Q
con:
.3 S701-8.ANK

81596
TRIANG12 03/15/96
22:30

X
IR
16 3TD3

81596
7RIANSU 08/15/96
22:36

X
IR
17 STD3

81596
TRIANGL2 08/15/96
22:41

X
IS
13 TD3

81596
TRIAH5U C3/1S/96
22:46
OKH
s
CONC
19 CHECK 10

91596
tRIAN3L2 08(15/96
22:52
DKH
9
CCW
20 ICV/CCV

81596
7R1ANSL2 08/15/96
23: DC
OKK
8
con:
2: :ce/c:s

81596
7RIAL2 08/15/96
23:05
D'H
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COHC
22 ICSAS

81:96
fRIAHGi.2 08/15/96
23:10
DKK
B
con:
23 131-59-12A

31596
TRIANG.2 08/16/96
00:46
DKH
s
CONC
24 131-59-12S
PDS
81596
TRIANGL2 08/16/96
00:51
DKH
5
CONC
25 131-59-1-A
L
31596
7RIANG.2 08/16/96
00:56
DKH
s
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2s 131-59-12C

81596
TRIANGL2 C3/16/96
01:01
OKH
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CCNC
27 131-59-12C
PDS
31596
TRIA^? 99/16/96
01:06
DKH
s
CONC
2S 131-59-12C
L
81556
TRIANGL2 03/16/96
01:11
DKH
5
CCNC
29 .31-59-13A

31596
TS:a>>GL2 06/16/96
01:16
W.
c
CONC
30 13I-59-13A OA
81596
IRIANG12 08'J6/96
01:22
OKH
S
CONC
31 131-59-13C

81596
"RlAhG.2 36/16/96
01:27
JKF

CONC
32 121-S9-1JC
08
61596
TRIANG12 08'16/96
01:32
DKH
S
CONC
33 1CV/CCV

81596
7R1ANGL2 08/16/96
01:43
DKH
6
CONC
34 ICB/CCB

81596
TRIANS12 06'16/96
01:48
OKH
0
CONC
35 131-59-14*

81596
TR1AN6.2 08/16/96
01:54
DKH
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CONC
36 1J1-59-HC

81596
TRIANGl? 08'16/96
01:59 0N
s
CCNC
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8l59t
7R1ANG.2 08/16/96
02:04
DKH

CONC
38 131-59-15C

81596
TRIANGL2 08/16/94
02:09 0
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Analysis Sepor:
l Saiple Niie
Suiaary
file
f-j 0B-J6-? C;:19:33 PH psgs
Method Date Tiis OpIO Type toda
54 131-59-20A
81596
IRIAMGL2 08/16/96
04:24 C'H
S
CONC
55 131-59-4fi4C410fi
81596
TRIAN612 08/16/96
04:29 OIH
s
MNC
56 131-59-IQA108404E
81596
TMAN6.2 08/16/96
)4:35 DUN
s
COKC
57 ICV/CCV
81596
TRIflNSL2 08/16/96
04:41 DKN
e
CONC
58 IC8/CCB
81596
TRIAWL2 08/16/96
04:46 OKN
a
CONC
59 ice/cca
81596
T0I*H6l2 01/16/96
04:52 C
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"sBie Hate: HA2J3	Autasaapler Type: TYPE TJA
Saaole Positions: 122/192 ac Positions: 13/19 t Sets: 1
Rinse Statior Iccatior is rack -1, pos. -1.
D>$

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Rack } Type
Usage
1	Au*. (I] Rack
2	Saaple (Unj
3	Saipie (16aa)
4	Saiple (1 6ib.
5	Saiple (l&aa)
STD/BC/BtANI!
Saiples
Saiplis
Saiples
Saagles
- Staple Sets
Set Type Prepare? Description
i RO'lal Nc 3gI3"j
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fiacK II
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ST03
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-HI-	3
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1
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:
1 5
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6
1 6
131-59-10
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1 7
I31-S5-1D 5C5
1 -NA-
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f
8
;31-5-lD I
1 -NP-
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a
1 9
131-59-2PBC
1 -NA-
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C
i 10
131-59-2ASC C4
; -M-
Saaple
1
1 11
131-S9-2C
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2
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Type
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169

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Autciaiplef Alport Tafcii: HA233	
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*epu. #veigtj	ihu uB-15-96 uS:S4:43 FN page 1
Htthcd: TRIAHGL2 Saiple Hue:	S'01-8LANX Operator:
Run Tjie: 08/14/56 07:41	Filenaae: 8K96
nods: IR Type: X	Corr. Factor: 1.00000
Lab ID.:

Oust. Siol. ID.:

Cust. IK.;
Eleis
*93280
O13082
AS1890
8.2496
8a4934
Be3130
Units
count
CO.'Ot
count
coun
count
count
A'ce
-.00014
.00276
-.00042
.00239
.00004
.0002
SDev
.0000?
.00002
.00009
.00008
.00001
0
RS0
52.284*
.86713
22.7736
i.62684
40.8414
2.30931
E.ees
Ca3179
Cd2265
CM1B6
C022B6
Cr2677
Cu3247
Units
count
count
count
count
coun:
count
Avge
.00045
-.J003i
-.00033
-.00016
-.00019
.00195
SDlvr
.00003
.00025
.00038
.00006
.00005
.00003
tRSD
6.22329
80.7196
115.021
W. 4047
27.8834
1.75193
Eleis
Fe27M
K.7664
U67C7
Kg2790
N&2576
KO202C
Units
count
cojn;
court
count
COJflt
court
fivge
.00004
2.34026
.04832
-.00005
.C0003
.00004
SOev
.00002
,03606
OOOSi
.00006
0
.00004
%JISD
61.4077
1.5409J
:.33c:e
112.259
12.3523
95.3039
 1 eis
Ha S302
*12316
f.21<9
2203-1
ifcVd A
SP206E
units
count
court
count
count
con:
ccjnt
Kvge
.00266
-.00226
-.00.04
.00041
-.00006
.00013
SDev
.00081
.C5C05
.00015
.00017
.0CD2
.00013
*RS0
30.4138
2.23C33
l$.145<
42.12
3!?.753
137.34*
[Ie5
1960-1
156C-2
Srl8?9
Sr4215
Ti3549
111908
Units
count
coun:
count
ccun
:ount
ccurt
flvgt
-.00916
.OC226
-.00061
0
-.00005
-.00037
SOev
00074
.0003;
.00C18
.00003
.00017
.00008
WSD
5.0887&
16.479e
29.8575
SO670.8
347.038
21.6768
:lsos
V.2924
2112062
Si23.



Units
court
C3l.lt
count



Svgs
-.00042
.0000.
.013*2



SOev
.03C01
.00001
,ooc:3



SRSC
3.CU5
213.122
1.23:79




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Ar.iiysis Resort Averaoes	Tliu 38-15-96	05:54:43 PH paje 2
itethea: T*i**5L2 3aple Naie:	ST03	Operator:
Run Tin: 03/14/96 07:46	Filerne: 81494
Koat: I* Type: X	Corr. factor:	1.C9000
lab ID.:

Cust. SlPl. ID.:

cust. i
ID.:
Eleis
A93260
ftl3082
AS1890
6.2496
814934
8e313C
Jnits
count
count
count
court
count
count
Avge
.4702
.02239
.06192
.16739
.36803
.27668
SDev
.90158
.00028
.00027
.00CB5
.00114
.00121
*DS0
.33661
1.28483
.44431
.5136:
.31026
.44016
E'.eis
CJ3179
CH2265
C64186
Co2286
Cr2677
CU3247
Units
count
count
count
count
count
ccunt
*VJ8
.02218
.B6904
.09169
.09115
.17497
.20019
SCsv
.00012
.00302
.0003
.00038
.00075
.00182
MSO
,56154
.34771
.33787
.42343
.43134
.91196
Elm
C2714
H.7664
H6707
(1g2790
Hn2576
1C2020
Un::s
count
count
count
count
count
count
Avge
.00435
14.6243
9.22723
.02151
.13823
.08418
SOec
.00003
.08354
.04826
.00006
.00047
.00005
\R50
.7331
.57126
.52304
.29445
. 3409?
.06828
Eitis
Ni32Q2
Hi23l6
o_ri4
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Analysis Report Averages
ihu 08-15-96 u5:54:4,j M
page 3
tlithaC: TR1AN612 Slide Kue: STD3	Operator: DSH
Run Tin: 08/14/96 07:51 Filenaie: 81496
Race: CONC Type: 0 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
tab ID.: Cust. Sapl. IB.: Cust.	10.: 38139
Eleis
Ag3230
613082
AS1890
3.2496
114934
8(3130
Jnils
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
PPb
Avge
998.4
1002.
998.7
1001.
997.3
995.6
SOev
3.472
12.85
6.958
4.222
J. 61
4.57
*RSD
.3478
1.283
.6967
.4216
.362
.4571
Eltis
units
Avge
SDev
S0
[Isis
Jn; ts
ivge
SCev
:R50
Ca3179
PPb
1003.
6.255
.6235
Fb2714
ppb
99 3.6
7.47;
751?
Cd2265
ppb
1003.
3.38
.337
KJ664
PPI
10.14
.0755
.7475
C(4186
ppb
99?.
.4523
.0453
Li67C
ppb
1000.
7.811
.761
C 32236
ppb
1002.
3.614
. 3iC7
HSI790
PP5
1C03.
3.328
.3518
Cf2677
ppb
1901.
4.964
.4958
Cn2576
ppb
1001.
2.975
.2972
Cu3247
ppb
996.1
9.135
.9153
1o202C
ppb
997.C
.4214
.0423
Eleis
Units
5voe
SDev
USD
Ha5332
DSC
IOC 50
202.3
2.319
Ni231e
PPb
1001.
2.822
.232
P.2149
PDb
10C3.
4.903
.4868
22C3-.
Dtb
1C-01.
1.909
.4903
2203-2
PPb
1002.
5.155
.5143
SP2C68
PPb
10C1.
3.238
.3236
::!IS
1969-1
1960-2
Snl899
5:4215
T:3349
T1190B
Jmts
PPb
PPb
PPb
PPO
PPb
ppb
3vge
999.3
992.3
ICOO.
591.9
997.1
1C04.
SOev
6.166
4.695
3.095
2.784
.4416
10.48
tRSD
.6P
.4731
.3095
.2807
.5443
1.044
[lets	v_;924
.r,i:s	ppb
4vge 1000.
Dev	2.231
4R5C	.223
Zn20t2	5i2E31
ppb	ppc
1006.	501.0
10.23	3.279
1.317	.6544
Pb2203	Sel960
ppb	ppb
1C02.	99*,7
3.279	3.578
.3272	.3597

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Analysis Report Averages
fa 08-15-% 05:54:43 ?H
cage 5
fiethod: TRMKL2 Suple *ae: ICV/CCV	Operator: OKH
Run n: 08/14/96 08:02 Fili-aie: 81496
Mode: COW Type: C Corr. Factor:	l.JCOOO
lab 10.: Cyst. Sipl. IB.: Oust.	10.: 3813?
Eleis
Units
Avge
SOev
*RSD
Eleis
Units
Avge
SDiv
;RSC
ieis
Jnits
Avge
SOev
)RS0
Ellis
Units
Avge
SOev
*RSO
ileis
jrits
Avge
SCev
tSSD
Eleis
units
Avge
3Dev
*RSC
Ag3230
OPb
510.0
2.612
.5122
Ca3179
PP5
:i.:
3.917
.7663
fe2?[4
PPb
5C8.3
1.423
.2836
IU3302
Mb
495*,
P7.7
3.5:8
1960-1
POt)
507.1
6.279
1.238
"l33)9
pps
507.4
.3654
.072
A13082
PPb
513.5
8.52
1.659
M2265
ppb
510.6
.8388
.1643
*.7664
PS*
5.295
.0057
.108:
Ni23l6
ppb
509.4
1.082
.2124
1960-2
pb
503.3
7.7*7
1.539
Til 908
ppa
503.5
3.687
.7323
AS189C
ppb
503.9
2.755
,5467
CS4I86
PPb
723.6
1.651
.2282
Li6707
ppa
497.3
2.029
.408
P.2149
PPb
520.0
6.912
1.329
Pb2203
PPb
507.4
.9454
.1963
v_292
ppb
5C7.5
1.452
.2861
8.2496
ppb
510.1
1.151
.2257
C02286
ct
510.8
.7907
.1548
Ng2790
POD
512.2
5.81
1.134
2203-1
P
507.0
5.068
.9996
5el960
m
504.6
5.788
1.147
Zn2062
ppb
508.4
2.643
.5199
Ba4934
ppt
510.6
.1.928
.3775
Cr2677
PPb
515.1
.5397
.1048
Hr2"6
ppb
506.5
.8094
.1598
2203-2
PPb
507.6
3.93
.7744
Snl899
PPt
512.4
3.466
.6764
Si2881
ppb
260.1
3.73
1.434
Se3i30
PPb
512.;
1.493
.2915
CU3247
pp&
506.3
3.624
.7157
1O2O20
PPb
509.5
2.003
.393:
562068
ppb
512.6
2.058
.4014
5M215
POP
506.1
1.223
.2416
173

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Analysis Report Averages
ih 08-15-S6 05:54:43 PK
page 6
Method: TfUANSL2 Saiple Nc ICB/CCB	Oparator; OKU
Run Tite: 08/14/96 08:07 filename: 81496
flOM: COMC Type: Q Corr. F;p-:	l.OOOOfl
Lab 10.: Cast. Sipi. ID.: Cast.	IC.: 30139
los
Ag32S0
ftl3082
AS189C
B.2496
834934
8e3130
UntS
PPb
CDS
PPb
PPb
ppP
PPb
*vgt
.4926
4.241
-2.351
1.415
.2895
.2700
SDev
.1576
1.091
3.114
.945
_ 0495
.0834

32
25.72
132.4
66.76
17.11
30.9
Eles
Ca3l79
Cd2265
Ce4i8&
Co2286
Cr2677
Cc3247
Units
PPt>
pet
PPb
PPP
PPb
ppc
9vge
.8428
.4542
3.804
.7013
.5289
.2621
SDev
.727
.1468
2.40E
.5045
.2282
.1115
MSD
86.26
32.32
63.31
71.9J
43.15
42.56
[)s
fe2714
K.7664
U67C
Hg279C
576
Ik 2020
Jm :s
PPC
PP
PPi
93C
PPC
jpb
9vge
3.670
.1573
.3172
8.50"
.3024
.4317
SDev
1.232
,02b
. 0255
1.635
.0653
.653
isSD
33.5?
16.53
8.042
19.22
2..6
158.2
liens
Na3302
*i2316
P.2'4?
2203-:
22C3-2
SU2068
J'::s
PPb
PP5
PPC
PPC
PPP
ppc
flvge
-10.94
-.0137
-5.17S
1.952
.2743
.1.756
SDev
52.19
.444
4.906
2.745
.3019
1.953
RSD
477
3239
94.6
14C.c
109.5
111.1
tlsss	196C-1	1960-2	PD2203	Sel960 5nl899	S-215
units	pp:	pofc	ppc	pcb	pdc	pps
ftvge	2.62C -.6475 .3333 .4406 -1.113 .2810
SOsv	3.274	1.138	i.334	1.645	.7827	.0632
KSD	i25	183.5	124	374.4	70.29	22.49
i.ets	Ii334S
Units	DPP
Dvge	.2872
SDev	.0545
iRSD	18.96
T11908	VJ924
PPP	CPS
2.660 .559'
4.433	.3475
166.6	62.13
Zfl2062	Si236:
PCD	PPP
.0025 7.840
,8174	J.67]
3206;	46.9
I
174

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analysis ?epcft Averages	7hu 08-15-96 05:54:43 'It page 7
itet.iod: TR1ANL2 Saiole *a: ICSftB	Operator: DKH
fiur, Tie: 08/H/96 08:12 filenan: 81496
Node: CONC Type: 6 Corr. Factcr:	1.00000
Lab ID.: Cust. Sapl. ID.: Oust. 10.: 38139
A13062	AS1890
PPb	PPfc
469100.	527.6
3536	1.48
.7539	.2805
Ca3179	:d2265
PPb	DPP
443000.	478.5
2989	.4596
.6747	.0961
fe2714	*_7664
PPt)	PC
168700. 22.58
613.8	.2092
.3639	.9269
Hes
units
svge
SDev
WSO
[lets
Units
$vge
5Cev
S0
leas
jnits
Avge
SOev
IRSD
ueis
Units
Avge
SDev
$D
 ieis
Units
t2203
pot
439.1
3.963
.8101
V_29J4
ppb
493.4
.9334
.1892
B.2496
ppb
517.8
1.285
.2482
Co2286
ppb
469.8
1.258
.2678
2203-1
PPb
476.4
3.031
.6362
Sel960
ppb
514.7
4.081
.7928
Z.12062
PPb
448.3
3.957
.8818
5i4934
PPb
515.9
J. 844
.3574
Cr2677
ppb
483.3
2.344
.485
2203-2
PPb
495.5
6.676
1.347
SM899
PPb
518.9
2.769
.5337
Si288i
ppb
499,4
2.656
,5318
813130
PPb
511.9
2.565
.5011
Cu3247
PPb
540.2
5.521
1.022
flo2020
PPb
501.3
2,464
.4916
S62063
PPb
510.5
2.341
.4585
SM215
ppb
Q516.1
1.286
.2492
Hg?790	Nn2576
ppo	ppb
488400.	519.6
575.3	2.758
.1178	.5308
175

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Analysis Report Averages
Thti 08-15-96 05:54:43 PN page 8
Ret hod: TRIANS12 Siiple **e: 38139 H8	___
Run Tiie: OB/14/96 09:14	Filmate: 81496 ~~
node: COHC	Type: S	Corr. Fwtur:
lab ID.:	Cut. Sapl. ID.:	Cust.
Operator: DIN
Elm
AS1890
8(3130
Cd2265
J*B>77
PM203
Sb2068
Units
PPt>

PP>^
ppb
PPb
PPb
Avgi
7.356
1.0143.
^1.4S3
27.21
1.8065
14.71
SOev
5.0C3
.vur
.1553
.7432
J. 368
2.727
MSD
68.01 ,
-181.2
10.69
2.732
169.7
18.54

J.
rf^

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Analysis Report Avenges
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PH page 9
nettioi: TRIANGL2	Saaple Naae: 31139 ICS	Operator: DM
Dun Tin: 08/14/96 09:23 filenaie: 31496
Rodt: COMC	Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00400
Ub ID.:	Cust. Stpl. ID.: Cist.	10.: 38139
E lets
Units
fivge
SDiv
S0
Asl890
PPO
54.21
1.938
3.575
8e3130
PPb
46.10
.9742
.1609
Cd2265
ppb
45.46
.4856
1.068
Cr2677
opts
78.01
.8738
1.12
PM20I
ppb
43.40
J. 571
3.621
Sb2068
PPb
64.45
3.384
5.251
4 i*t r-
1 ( <

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Analysis Report Averages
Thy 08-15-96 05;54;4,j  Mje 10
Wthcd: TRIW612 Saiple Naie: 131-59-1(180	Operator: MX
Run Tiie: 08/14/96 09:40 filenue: 81496
HMe: CONC Type S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lib ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	IP.: 38139
El cis
BS1890
6e3130
&S2265
Cr267" Pb2203
Sb268
Units
pob
PPt)
P0
ppb pp9
PPD
toqi
1607.
1.0089
L-10.83
201.5 1-15.31
1250.
SDev
14.19
.0254
.6098
r
K>
5.672
RSD
.883
283.8
5.631
.6688 13.3
.4539
175

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analysis Report . fiverages
'hu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PN pagt 11
*thod: TRIAK612 SP)e Nail: 131-59-1ABC POS	Opintor: OKH
Run liie: 08/14/96 09:50 rilenaie: 814%
node: COItC Type: S Corr. factor:	i.OOOOO
UP ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cast.	10.: 38139
Eleis
AS1890
Be3130
Cd2265
Cr267?
Pb22C3
Sb2068
Units
PPb
ppb
9fS
ppb
ppb
ppb
Avge
1658.
47.62
35.46
252.3
32.40
1295.
SDtv
13.79
.4581
1.129
3.525
J. 353
13.32
MSO
.8424
.962
3.184
1.397
13.44
1.029
173

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Analysis Report Averages
Thu 08-15-94 05:54:45 W page 12
Cethod: IKIAN6L2 Saiple Naie: 1J1-59-IASC L	Operator: DKH
Sun Til: 08/14/96 09:55 Filenue: 81494
Rode: COHC Type: S Corr. factor:	1.00000
lab ID.: Oust. Sipl. ID.: Cust, ID.: 31139
Eieis
AslKO
Be3130
Cd2265
Cr2677
P62203
Sb206S
Units
PPb
PPB
WD
PPb
PPb
PPb
Avge
341.4
1.1217
1-2.422
53.29
11.049
273.6
SOev
3.487
.0*46
.2272
.7722
2.113
6.115

1.021
36.36
9.38
1.449
201.4
2.235
ISO

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analysis Report Sverajts
Ttiu 08-15-96 05:54:43 M page 13
tethod: TRIAM4L? Staple Nui: 131-59-10	Operator: DKH
Run liie: 08/14/96 10:00 Filename: 81496
Hode: COKC Type: $ Corr. factor:	1.00000
UP 10.: Cust. Sipl. 10.: Oust. ID.: 38139
Eieis
As1890
BeJ130
CU2265
Cr2677
Pb2203
Sb206B
Units
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
PPb
ppb
Avje
198.7
1.0800
3.052
27.69
14.86
130.5
SOev
2.823
.0499
.2338
1.774
3.716
3.023
tRSO
1.42
62.45
7.661
6.359
25
2.317
131

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Analysis Report Averases	Tht 08-15-96 0S:54:43 Pit wje 14
Kathcd: TRUN6L2 Saaple Nue: I31-59-1D PDS	Oparator: OHM
Run Tiie: 09/14/96 10:06 filanaae: 81496
Kode: CONC Type: S Corr. Factor:	l.OOOCO
lab ID.: Cast. Sapl. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
As 1690
Ie3130
Cd22&5
Cr2677
Pb2?03
Sb2068
Units
PP>
Mb
ppb
ppp
ppb
ppb
ftvge
236.2
48.31
52.71
75.18
64.32
174.8
SDcv
1.217
.0505
. 1193
.7803
-922B
3.208
msd
.515
.1045
.3592
1.038
1.435
1.835
\

IS?

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Analysis Beoor: Overages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 K pa?6 1
Method: TRIAW12 SaipT*-JU*- i	Operator: DKH
Ran Tiie: 08/14/94 10:U Filiniie: 81496
Node: CONC Type: S' Cor:, factor:	t.OOOM
Lab ID.: Cst. Sipl. 10.: Oust.	ID.: JH59
Ellis
fis i B90
Se3130
Cd2265
Cr267J
P52203
Sb2068
Units
ppb
ppb
ppb

ppb
PD6

1031.
1C22.
1C2>.
1029.
1026.
1045.
SOsv
12.95
1.312
kT4
i.911
,916
8.189
MSC
1.256
.1284.
.1119
.1857
.0893
.7839

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Analysis Repa-t Averages
Thu 08*15-94 05:54:43 PK page 16
Nethed: TMANSU	Staple Nik: I31-59-2AIC	Operator: DIN
Run Tilt: 08/14/96 10:16 Fiiinue: 81496
JlDdi: COKC	Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
lit ID.:	Oust. Spl. ID.: Oust.	ID.: 39139
Eleis
DS189C
B3130
(12265
Cr2677
Pb220!
55206B
tfrsts
ppb
ppb
ppb
PPb
PP
ppft
f>v$t
1423.
1.6341
1-10.16
189.3
1-13.63
1090.
SDev
2.644
.2144
.2521
.9165
i.773
2.785
*RSD
.1858
33,81
2.482
.4852
35.01
.2555
154

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Analysis Repot! Overages
Thy 08-15-96 05:54:45 P* sage 17
tethcd: TRIAHSl2 Siiple Nui: 131-S9-2AGC DA	Operator: DXH
Sun Tile: 08/14(96 10:2! Fileniti: 81496
"lode: COHC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lit 10.: Cost. Sioi. ID.: Oust.	ID.: 38139
::IS As mo	6e3130	Cd2?6S	Cr2677	Pb2203	St2C68
Units	ppb	ppo	ppb	ppb	ppb	ppb
Avge 1432.	1.1772	1-11.22	191.8	1-14.26 1112.
SDiv	11	.0759	.6564	1.401	-2.556	2.133
WSD	.7682	42.85	5.849	.7304	17.93	.1918
185

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flialysis Retort overages
Thu 08-15-% 05:54:43 PH page IB
flethed: TRIANG12	Saiple Haie: ICV/CCV	Operator: OIH
Run Tiie: 00/14/96	10:26	r"iienae: 81496
Hoot: CONC	Type: S Corr. factor:	l.OOOOC
Lit 10.:	Cust. Sip). 10.: Cost.	10.: 38139
Elei
Units
SOev
NSJ
ftg32eo
ppD
517.4
1.374
.2656
AS3082
ppb
541.6
6.095
1.125
OS1890
DPb
512.5
2.152
.4198
6.2496
PPD
2209.
449.2
20.34
8a4934
PPfc
520.3
-.1242
.0239
8(3130
PPt)
512.9
2.528
.4929
leit
Ca3179
Cd226S
Ce4186
Co2286
Cr2S77
Cu3247
units
PPD
ppb
PPP
ppb
PPt>
ppa
8vg;
507.7
512.5
731.2
511.5
525.6
517.5
50ev
.9792
1.283
1.315
.8716
3.162
2.196
sc
.1929
.2503
.179
,170a
.6055
.2<4
iiets
*e2?l<
1.7664
U6707
1*92790
IM2576
M2020
.a
C 3D
ppc
PPD
PPD
ppb
CDt
Avgt
525.0
5.333
49;,3
522.7
512.1
512.:
5Dsv
6.705
.0373
3,137
'..647
1.759
I.o04
SPSC
1.277
.6967
.6308
.3152
.3434
.3132
:ie#s
Ka33Cfc
*12316
=.2149
2203-1
2203-2
Sb206S
Units
pp:
PPt)
PPP
PPt
PPb
PPD
5vge
508:.
514.9
536.3
494.3
508.6
521.6
SCev
151
1.3C:
.3154
7.471
7.245
3.829
*>SC
2.97:
.2527
.0588
1.512
1.424
.731
tins
1960-1
196C-2
PD22C3
5el960
SM899
5r4215

fpc
056
PPD
PPt
PPD
pcb
$vge
510.0
511.0
503.3
510.6
501.1
512.3
SOsv
4.:3
.3716
2.363
1.606
2.687
.2003
U.SD
.609=
.0727
.469
.3145
.5363
.0391
:ie*s	T;334?
units	:cD
Svge	512.5
SDev	.9765
tRSC	.1906
TU9CS	V_292
9Dt>	PPD
5:1.3	513.0
1.3H	.493:
.3545	.0962
Zn2062	Si2881
pp-	cpb
S07.9 69290
3091	4053
.6036	5.849
13G

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Aruiyiis Reoort Averages	Thy 08-15-96 05:5<;<3 W1 page 19
Hitbea: TRIANGL2 SilPle Haw: IC8/CC8	Opiritor: MH
Run T1 le: 08/S4/96 10:31 Filename: 81496
Noae: CONC Type: Q Corr. Factor:	1.CM00
Lib ID.: Cust. Sipl. 10.: Cust.	ID,: 28139
Eleis
Pg3280
#13062
AS1890
8.2496
8*4934
8e3130
Units
PPB
ppb
ppe
ppb
ppb
ppb
avge
.^12
i. s il
31.92
^ BOJ
1.041
07C
1852.
.3487
.4684
SDev




-.U0&7

USD
125.1
9.056
66.99
15.78
13.04
51 l
El sis
CaSI79
CD2265
C e4186
Co 2236
Cr26?7

Units
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
PPb y
'ppe
Age
-1.704
.0886
4.268
.2167
2.yn
.0219
SDev
.9194
.121
i .259
.2987

.279!
MSO
53.97
136.5
29.5
137.3 /
^S.64
1274
leis
Fe2714
K.7664
U6707
K$2790
Nn2576
Itc2020
wits
PPb
ppl
PPb
PCD
PD5
CDC
Avgt
13.11
.1106
.2542
6.133
.2290
.2394
:0ev
U.6:
.0185
.WW
i.727
.0769
8H
SD
83.59
16.72
:9.79
23.16
33.5!
2C1.2
i'.eas
la 3302
02316
P.2149
2203-k
2203-K
S 52063
j:ts
DC 9
5Db
ppb
ppo
ppo/
pob
Jvge
-13S.C
1.061
5.568
-.4899
/46D3
51. 6v
SDev
129.4
.355=
11.54
3.012
S.\4!5
1.436
mz
J9,22
33.33
237.2
6.4.8
llH
30.16
tieis/
1960-1
1960-2
PP2I03
Sel960
5(11899
Sr42l5
J.'lfs
opt
ppb
ppt
spb
opb
ppb
ge
4.064
4.260
.1439
4.195
-2.597
.3181
SDev
6.213
4.78
2.719
1.122
1.734
.0785
iPSO
152.9
112.2
1890
26.75
66.77
24.69
E1 eis
Ti3349
T11908
V.2921
2n2062
Si2881

Jrits
ppb
ppa
?pb
spb
DPP

svge
.3628
2.625
.9709
-.2112
31570.

SCev
.0605
.3281
.3466
.215
2537

-WSO

-H-&
irr
101.8
3.037


137

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Analysis Report Averages
Tnu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PH page 20
Kettioc: TRIAM12 Sjiple Hue: ICB/CCB	Operator: DIM
Ri/n Tile: OB/14/96 10:57 Filtnaie: 81496
Node: CONC Type: 0 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab IP.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
E.eis
Units
A*ge
SDev
*RSD
Eles
wits
Avge
SCev
*RSD
:les
Units
Avge
SDei'
WSD
[lev
Units
Avcs
SDev
s:>
lees
Uam
Avge
SJev
50
Elm
units
6vce
SDev
*RSD
<*93230
ppD
.2356
.2404
101.9
Cl3179
ppb
-1.641
.8201
49.96
Fe2714
PCS
1.113
5.545
498.2
Na3302
POD
-5;.is
72.66
79.67
196C-1
DPC
7.491
5,?<:
79.36
A13082
ppb
12.27
2.707
22.06
CU2265
PPP
.1392
.0831
59.72
K.7664
?p
 D9B:
.0265
26.96
i23:6
PPt
.1251
.698;
558.3
1960-2
PDt
1.617
2.45
151.5
AS1690
ppb
.6271
1.523
242.9
Ce41E6
opt>
1.596
2.332
146.1
P.2149
CPO
-6.239
4.173
66.88
PP2203
ppb
.8269
.6292
76.09
6.2496
ppb
2990.
150.7
5.04
Co22B6
PPb
.3199
.1528
47.76
2203-1
Opt)
2.979
2.945
98.85
Sel96C
ppb
3.573
2.457
68.77
Ba4934
ppb
.9053
.0609
Ilk
Cr2677
ppb
.4132
.4663
U2.8
Ir25i6
ppb
-.0107
.0017
15.B1
2203-2
poo
-.24*5
2.272
918.1
Snl899
ppb
.0693
1.403
1572
l5I30
PP5
.0746
.022
29.48
Cu324i
ppb
229t '
.0805
35.13
NO2020
50c
-.4)3=
. 1632
34.46
Sb2D63
ppb
1.916
1.11
73.54
Sr<2!5
ppb
.3271
.0239
BE. 14
Ti33
PPb
-.0630
.219
3*7.4
111908
ppb
-.84
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Analysis Alport fivirages
?!) 08-15-94 81:54:43 M pap 21
Htthod: 'RIAK612 Saipll Nile: 131-59-20	Opirator; PKH
Rar Tin: OI/K/94 11:92	FiliMil: 814%
mti: CONC Type: 3 Cvr. Fietsr;	l.OWOO
lib ID.: Cust, Si. IP.: Cast.	ID.: Mil?
Ellis
ssisio
lis: 39
CC245
mm
FM203
Sk20SS
UwtS
PP&
ppt
pob
wt
PP
ppb
avgi
239.1
L.5400
3.529
29 M
14.98
171.1
SOtv
2.449
.0244
.0178
.1922
-8237
1.699
IRSD
.9453
60.96
.5052
.9245
5.497
.993

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Analysis Report Averages
ItlJ 08-15-96 05:54:43 M pigt 22
UttkOd: TRIN6L2 Saiple Nan: 131-59-20 DA	Operator: DKH
fiuft Tine: 08/14/% 11:08 FileMie: 81496
Root: CQHC Type: $ Corr. Factor:	I.00000
lao ID.: Cusi. sapl- ID.: Oust. ID.: 31139
Eleis
As 1890
mm
M2265
Cr2677
P&2203
Sb206E
Units
ppb
PPt
ppb
PPB
ppt>
ppb
Avge
261.1
L.0214
3.838
20.75
15.66
175.7
SDev
1.8S7
.0422
.1074
.0207
,7004
1.646
wsd
.7112
19M
2.799
.0998
4.473
.9369
190

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Analysis Report Averages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PA page 23
Method: TRI0XGL2 Saiple toe: 131-59-3A8C	Operator: DKH
Hun file: 08/14/96 11:19 Filenaie: 81496
lode: CONC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
lab ID.: Cust. Sipl. 1C.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Elees
As 1890
8(3130
Cd2265
Cr2677
*1:2203
Sb2068
Units
PPt
PPt)
PPb
PPt>
PPb
PPB
flvge
1416.
L.0394
1-4.513
184.0
1-23.86
1111.
SDtv
15.09
.0288
.6237
1.342
,763
16.47
MSD
1.065
73.05
13.82
.7293
3.198
1.483
191

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Analysis Report Swages
Thu 08-15-56 05:54:43 PR page 24
nethod: TRIPK612 Saiple Kaie: I31-59-3D	Operator: OlH
tun Tie: 08/14/96 12:04 filenaie: 81496
Node: CONC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.: Oust. Sipl. ID.: Oust.	ID.: 16135
Oils
anils
Avge
SOev
*RS0
51890
PPD
280.3
.8221
.2933
8(3130
ppb
1.0492
.0444
90.3
C32265
PPb
26.79
.3831
1.43
Cr2677
ppt
24.72
.6845
2.76'
P62203
ppt
23.99
-1.601
6.675
S62068
ppb
205.9
1.473
.7155
192

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Analysis Report ftvingts
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PM page 25
Kethad: TMANS12 Saiplt line 131-59-5MB5D	Optratar: DKK
Bun Tie: 08/I*/96 12:09 fiUniit: 81496
DOflt: COHC Type:  Corr. Factor:	1.00500
lab ID.: Cust. Sipi. 10.: Cyst.	ID.: 38139
Elm
Units
Avge
SOe*
MSD
ftslBW
ppei
33.41
2.626
7.36
Se3130
PPS
L-.0115
.0264
229.8
Cd2265
FDD
1-12.24
.1321
1.079
Cr2677
PP5
140.4
.4843
.3449
PD2203
PPb
1-32.86
3.867
8.725
Sb2068
PPb
87.39
3.393
3.883
153

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Analysis Resort Averages
Thu 08-15-S6 05:54:43 PH Me 26
flethofl: TR1AMCL2 Supli line: 131-59-S8C	Opintor: OICH
Run Tie: 08/14/96 12:14 Filemie: 81496
Hode: COKC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab 10.: Oust. Stpl. ID.: Oust.	ID.: J81J9
Eleis
Units
Avge
SOev
MSC
&S1890
ppfc
L.2593
3.084
1190
Be313C
ppb
1.0581
.0247
42.54
Cd2265
ppb
1.2104
.6768
321.7
Cr2677
ppb
19.39
1.064
5.484
Pb2203
ppfc
3.579
-.9489
26.52
Sb2C68
ppb
7.296
3.773
51.71
.i. v./ 4

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analysis Report Avsrages	Ihu 03-15-96 55:54:43 PN page 27
itethod: TRIAH6L2 Saple (tan: 38139 HB	Operator: OKH
Sun Tin: 06/14/96 12:24 filewie: 81496
node: CONC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
.at ID.: Cust. Sapl. ID.: Cujt.	!.: 38139
11ns
Units
Avjt
SDev
SD
As 1390
ppp
7.143
2.398
33.57
8(3130
PDt
1.0312
.0252
80.7
Cd2265
PPf
1-1.894
.2637
13.92
Cr2677
PPt>
27.16
2.145
7.9
PD2203
PCS
1-.5356
4.02
190.4
Sb2066
PPb
13.03
3.787
29.07
1
A. vJ

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Analysis Report Averages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PN ptge 28
Method: TRIAN612 Satyh Met. JbUY lll>"	OperaTSrrWll
Run Tiie: 08/14/96 12:29	Filenwe: 81496
Mode: CONC	Type: S	Corr. factor:	l.OOOOJ.
Lab ID.:
Cust. Sep.. ID.:
Cust. ID.>m
Dbis
AS1890
8e3130
Cd2265

i>b2203
Sb2068
Units
PPO
PCD

PPt
ppb
PPt)
ftvge
S3.S3
47.03^,
^45.59
81.89
41.22
67.89
SOev
2.68
MHi
.157
1.472
1.994
1.67
MSD
5.006 .
/Akll
.3445
1.798
4.839
2.46
130

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Analysis Report Averages
Thu 08-15-95 05:54:43 PM page 29
ftthod: TRIAN612 Saiple Naie: 131-59-1D I	Operator: OKK
fiun liie: 08/14/96 12:37 Filna: 81496
Rode: CDNC type: S Corr. factor:	1.00000
ka& ID,: Oust. Sipi. ID.: Cyst. IP.: 38139
Eleis
AS1S90
8(3130
M226S
Cf2677
Pb2203
SM068
Units
PPt
ppb
PPb
PPD
PPt
ppb
A*ge
44.41
1.0392
L.0669
15.24
2.034
32.28
SOev
.8398
.0237
.5021
1.181
-1.504
1.769
MSD
1.891
60.49
750
7.753
73.91
5.48
107

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Analysis Report Averages
Thy 08-15-96 05:54:43 PH page 39
tletliod: TR1AHSL2 Siiple Xue: ICV/CCV	Operator: OKU
Run Tin: 08/14/96 12:47	filer,we: 81496
Ko: CONC	Type: Q	Corr. factor:	1.00000
LIS ID.:	Oust. SiPl. ID.:	Cust. ID.: 38139
Eleas
units
Avge
SDev
*RSD
Eleis
Units
Avge
SDev
WSD
Ag32B0
ppb
505.5
1.721
.3403
Ca3179
ppb
s;3.4
1.558
.3036
413082
ppt
507.6
6.571
1.295
CU226S
ppb
506.8
.3758
.0739
AS189C
PPt
505.4
3.076
.6087
CI4186
ppb
729.7
3.079
.422
8.2496
ppb
3053.
547.4
17.93
Co2286
PPb
513.3
.7263
.1415
8*4934
PPb
509.6
-.8282
.1625
Cr2677
PPb
526.9
1.559
.296
8313C
PPb
520.1
1.44
.2769
Cu3247
ppb
505.1
2.813
.5569
Eless
fe2?H
>.664
1.16707
g2790
fn2576
o2C20
Units
Dpt
DDE
PP5
PPt
ppb
PPb
ftvgs
533.7
4.970
465.5
503.3
513.6
511.2
SDe ^
13.55
,0221
1.85?
1172
.8212
1.569
MSC
2.538
.4451
.39E9
.2336
.1599
.3069
t leas
Units
flvge
SOev
% RED
Elets
Units
fivge
SDev
%SSD
Ha33CI
pps
4550.
56.95
1.232
I960-!
pot
S38.3
4.668
.9189
Nl 2316
PCS
511.7
2.69?
.5275
1960-2
p;b
498.9
3.075
.6164'
.214'
ppb
Sis.?
12.85
2.49
Pb220;
pps
49?.:
1.577
.316
2253-1
psfc
497.4
4.434
.8853
Sei960
PCS
5C1.9
3.36?
.6707
22C3-2
PPb
499.8
4.182
.8268
Sn1899
jpb
505.9
3.079
.6086
SP2C63
ppb
51C.6
.8453
.1656
Sr421S
ppb
51C.7
.B629
.169
El ens
Ti334
T1190S
V.2924
ir,2062
Si28l
u-.:ts
PPC
PPb
cp;
ppt
ppb
Pvce
510.?
40c 4
51..6
516.2
83330
SDev
.430:
2.304
.9334
2.06!
3860
*R$C
.0842
.4614
id-;
.3992
4.631
195

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Analysis Repcrt Averages
Thu 06-15-96 05:54:43 f>n page 31
Kethod: TMANSt,? Saiple Naie: IC8/CC8	Operator; OKH
Run Tin; 08/14/96 12:53 FileMie: 81496
*Me: CO IK Type: 6 Corr. Factor:	3.00000
Ub ID.: Oust. Sol. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Ellis
Unts
flvci
SDev
RSD
El sis
Units
Avge
SDev
USO
EIhs
Jnits
Avge
S0b
MSC
Eieis
Units
Avge
SDev
SD
Heis
Units
Avge
SDev
IPSO
Ag3280
ppb
.7690
.3238
42.1
Ca3179
ppb
.5999
.7222
120.4
Fi27:
PPb
11.75
3.255
Mi 3 3 02
PPD
111.3
93.26
82.93
1960-1
,UPt
5.523
.2278
4.124
A130B2
ppb
4.631
2.773
59.89
Cd2265
ppb
.1219
.1089
84.55
K.7664
PP
.1785
.019*
10.9
Ml 231e
ppb
2.0l
.4493
22.02
1960-2
PPb
3.300
1.608
48.72
T11908
PPb
T37V
1.538
64.64
AS1890
ppb
1.815
2.336
128.7
Ce4l86
ppb
4.79?
1.684
35.1
C62203
PPD
1.284
.4431
34.52
V.2924
ppb
-3555"
.2163
38.75
8.2496
ppb
2743.
352.5
12.85
Sel960
ppb
4.040
1.019
25.23
8a4934
PPb
.3077
,041
13.34
IW576
ppp
.2933
.0418
14.25
22C3-2 .
ppb
18697
2.35
27C.2
Snl899
PPb
-4.01C
.8032
20.03
8(3130
PPb
.3235
.1069
33.05 /
HO2J20
ppb
.342
.4809
140.6
50206
DPS
54.95
3.0C1
60.58
Srs21.
PPb
.3050
.0629
20.63
Eleas	Ti3349
Units	^--ael
Avae	.264^
SDev	.0216
USD	8.176
2r,2062	SI2881'
PPb	PP	
-.5108 42270.
.4495	3325
86	7.866
Co2286
PPb
-.1516
.7352
485
H6707 NgOTO
spb m
.4067 / 3.213
.050r 3.491
12
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Analysis Repo-t Averages
Thy 06-15-96 05:54:43 PH page 32
netted: TRIMGi: Sarnie Nate: ICS/CC5	Operator: DUN
Rir Tue: 03/14/56 13:01 filenaie: 81496
Noce: CONC Type: 0 Corr. factor:	1.00000
ub ID.: Cyst. Sipl. IC.: Oust. ID.: 31139
B 2496 >14934 8e3150
Cw3247
PP5 / ppt)
014 .4580
138? .3526
6.558 66.09
PPt	PPt!
2690. .0459 .0450
574.3 -0448	.023
10.2 97.48	51.2
C022S6
PPt)
-.2600
.2547
97.9
Ce4 86
K 7664
IU707
Hl2il4
P 2149
445.4
Eiees
Units
Avgs
SDev
USD
Eieis
units
ftvge
SDev
MSB
Eleis
lini ts
Pvgs
SDev
USD
nets
Units
Avge
SDev
USD
Elers
Jnits
fivge
SDev'
USD
*93230
ppt
.8378
.3852
4S.93
Ca3179
PP&
.1395
.7817
560.5
I960-:
CPC
'<.045
-955
13.56
413082
CPb
6.076
2.157
35.49
?pb
.121
.056;
t.l
196C-2
t>p5
.32:6
3.876
12C5
'62203
PCD
1.613
.6/85
42.0
lg2790
90b
3.822
3.207
83.89
5203-1
PPfc
3.368
4.162
123.6
Sel96D
pp:
2.561
2.436
9; .08
Hn2576
ppb
-.0214
.0384
179.1
2203-2
DPt
.7360
1.56
144.1
SM899
PP6
-2.S65
.8891
31.03
Ho2C20
ppp
-.3953
.171
43.21
St2C68
PPP
94.243
3.922
90.22
Sri2!5
ppt
.0173
.0251
53.06
ileis	THT^
Units	pos
Avge	.020?
SD?v	.1213
USD	393.7
rrr!M	*.292*
opt	b
2.353	.2912
2.934	.362
167.2	131.2
It,2^7	S:2881
pee	pps
-.0143 24260.
.6462	1736
2665	7.155
2 n u

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Analysis Resort averages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54: <3 * page 33
HethxJ: TRIANSL? Saiple Kate: IC8/CCB	Operator: OKK
Run J lie: 08/14/96 13:10 Filenaie: E1496
Hode: COHC Type: 9 Corr. factor:	1.JC000
Lab ID.: Cust. Sipi. IB.: CjSt.	IB.: 38139
Ba4934	6e3130
ppb	ppb
-.0048 .0485
-.0249	.0435
521.6	89.6
Eleis
Writs
vge
SCev
*RSB
Eleis
Units
Svge
SOew
MSO
Eleis
Units
vge
SDsv
USD
Eless
Units
Svge
SBev
MSB
Eleis
Units
#vge
3Dev
Lieas
Units
fiwge
SDev
*RS0
Ag3280
ppb
.1041
.2163
207.8
Ca3179
PCD
-2.026
.8085
39.91
Fe2714
ppb
15.66
6.821
43.55
Na3302
ppi
73.21
5J.28
1960-1
ppb
3.896
1.705
*3.78
Ti23<9
3PD
-.0374
.0917
2*5.5
A13082
PPb
6.833
2.105
30.81
Cd2265
PP3
.1689
.3084
182.6
K_7654
PCI
. iSSo
.0185
11.38
i23:&
PPb
.1974
.8102
>10.5
1960-2
PPb
.7288
2.003
274.3
TU908
ppb
.4575
5.091
1113
AS1890
PPb
1.026
.8949
87.2
U6707
ppb
.3944
.0436
46.15
P.2149
PPP
3.178
4.722
148.6
"b22D3
ppb
1.321
.8222
62.25
VJ924
PPb
.0272
.1795
659.6
8.2496
PPb
3185.
155.7
4.889
*g279
PPb
4.399
1.149
26.11
2203-1
PPb
2.213
5.789
261.6
Se-960
PP
1.783
1.061
59.43
?ri2062
ppb
-.5831
.7511
123.8
Cr2677
ppb
.9167
.1361
14.84
22C3-2
PPb
.8752
3.615
413.1
S.H899
ppo
-3.016
1.536
50.94
Si 2881
ppb
126SC.
710.7
5.603
Ci3247
ppb
.3732
.2529
67.76
Sb2Q68
ppb
1.723
1.977
1H.7
SM215
PPb
.0153
.0239
151.8
Ce4186	Co2286
ppb	ppb
-.1754 .2118
2.938	.4582
1675	216.4
Br,2574	Ho2023
PPO	ppb
-.0888	-.0218
.039=	.4527
44.45	2074
201

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ftr.aiy*u Repot t *ve>age:>
nil U0-ij~'O Uw.j4.4S n. piyt 04
Nfthod: TDIANCL2 Saiple Naie: ICSfiB	Operator: DKH
Run Tub: 08/14/S6 13:15 filenaie: 81496
node: CONC Typt: Q Cot. Factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cu$t.	ID.: 38131)
Hits
Ag3280
#13082
Ail890
8.2494
Ba4934
8e313C
Units
PPb
PPb
pot
PPb
PPt
PPO
fiwge
544.9
475900.
528.6
4465.
522.0
525.0
SOev
1.054
1812
2.492
281.6
.6078
2.513
tRSO
.1934
.3808
.4715
6.307
.1164
.4787
Eleas
Ca3l79
C<32 2 6 5
Ce4186
C02286
Cr2677
Cu3247
Units
PPD
ppb
PPt
PPb
PPb
PPb
Ovge
456500.
487.1
729.1
4B1.2
497.1
547.2
SDtv
2301
1.316
i . i
2.348
2.67
2.722
5D
.504
.3728
.1509
.4879
.5371
.4974
Elcis
fe27l4
*.7664
1.1670?
g2795
Nr2376
HO202C
Umts
PPb
PPB
ppb
PPD
PPC
ppD
flvge
1727C0.
21.34
616.1
500530.
53r2
513.
SDev
596.1
.0194
1.085
698.6
2.498
1.84
*$D
.3452
.0<87
.176
.1396
.4676
.3585
Elets
IU3302
N i 2 i 16
P.2149
2203-1
2203-2
SC2068
Units
pps
POP
ppb
?pb
PPb
ppb
Avge
5103.
471.2
546.1
491.3
501.7
511.7
SOev
137.6
1,302
1C.72
3.659
5.903
5.299
SD
2.696
.2729
1.964
.7448
1.177
1.03:
Eles
1960-1
1960-2
P62203
Sel963
Sri899
SM215
Units
PPO
PPC
PPD
PPb
PPt
PPD
C vge
559.5
513.4
498.2
528.3
534.1
528. D
SOev
8.445
10.56
2.8
4.551
1.164
.2331

1.509
2.557
.5621
.8606
.2179
.0441
EIsbs	Ii 3349
In its	ppc
Avge 507.8
$Dev	1.03.
tts:	.203
T11908	V.2924
ppb	ppc
484.5 504?
9.121	..264
-.882	.2504
2n2C62	5i2i81
POD	OPE
464.8 1CC20
5.30:	287.4
1.14;	2.869
202

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Analysis Alport Avb'ijes
08-15-96 05:54:43 f pagi 35
Method: TRIAH6L2 Saiplc Naie: 131-59-6A	Operator; OKN
Run Ilia: 08/14/96 13:29 Filtnai: 31496
Node: CCKC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.90000
Lib 10.: Cost. SPl. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
US 1890
BeJiiO
Cd22c5
CrliV
Pb2203
Sb2068
Units
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
(Wje
4.238
1-.0039
1.4488
21.00
13.98
9.039
SDiv
2.035
.0379
.0937
1.391
.7242
1.12
MSD
48.02
979.8
20.88
6.624
5.179
12.39
203

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Analysis Resort Overages
inu 08-15-% 05:54 Mi PH page 36
Netted: TR1ANG12	Saiole Naie: 131-59-6A PDS	Operator: DKH
Run Tiie: 08/14/96	13:34	Filenae: 114%
Node: COM	Type: S Corr. Factor:	l.OOCOfl
U0 IC.:	Oust. Saol. 10.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
Asl890
Be313C
CH2265
Cr2677
P02203
S62068
Units
ppb
PPb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ftvge
55.25
48.32
49.49
74.33
62.50
59.61
SDev
.8714
.1669
.4011
2.061
2.599
.7018
MSD
1.479
.3454
.8105
2.773
4.159
1.177
2 u 4

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Analysis Seix>rt e*erag
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 f| m* 37
method: TIIAAS12	Saple Nae: IS1-S9-M I	Operator: OKH
Run Tin: 08/14/96 13:39	Fileflue: 814%
"xj: CMC	Typar S Corr. factor:	I.00900
US ID,:	Cuit. SiSi. 10.: Cust.	10.: HS39
lns
AsJ890
8t3130
C42265
tmn
PM20J
SM063
Ut>n$

PPb
ppD
ppfc
ppb
ppb
Avg
11.622
1.0*46
1-.2453
11.29
11,565
6.911
Stev
2.92
.0403
.1647
.7999
1,899
2.194
*PSD
180
90.42
67.17
7.085
121. J
31.75
205

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Analysis Report Averages
TImj 09-15-96 05:54:43 ! page 38
netMd: TRIAML2 Saapie NaM: 131-59-6C	Operator: DKH
Run Tie: 08/14/96 13:44 FiUnaae: 81496
Ho4e: COHC Type: 5 Cor r. Factor:	1.00009
Lab ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cast.	10.: 38139
Eleis
AS1890
8e3130
C (32265
Cr2677
P02203
Sb2068
Units
PPb
PPb
ppt>
ppt>
ppb
ppo
Avge
L-4.489
L-.0679
1.18C
19.41
22.43
9.898
SCev
2.648
.0038
.7105
3.44*
1.445
3.609
MSO
58.9?
12.9
60.19
17.74
6.442
36.47
206

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ftfiaiysis Report Averages
03-15-96 5:54:4i PI) pjgi 39
Kethoo: TR!ANSL2 Saipie Kan: 131-59-6C PDS	Operator: DKH
Run Ti: 08/14!% 13:50 F-lenui: 81496
PMe: COWC Fyp: S Corr. factor:	l.OOOOfl
Lib ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cast.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
Asl890
8e3130
CC2265
Cr<677
P322C3
SD2068
Units
ppb
PPb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
Avge
42.34
47.28
49.82
65.80
71.66
55.98
SOev
1.738
.0677
.4384
2.031
.6983
4.441
two
4.10*
.1432
.8891
3.C87
'.9745
7.933
207

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Analysis Report Averages	Thg 08-15-96 05:54:0 P pagt 40
netted: TSIAN6L?	Saiple lUie: 131-59-6C I	Operator: OHM
Run Tie: 08/14/96 13:55 Fileiuie: 81496
node: COKC	Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lib 10.:	Cust. Sipl. 10.: Ct.	10.: J81J9
Eleis
Units
P/36
SOev
IR5D
AS1B9C
ppb
1-2.853
2.332
81.74
8*3130
ppb
1.0295
.0285
96.68
Ci2265
Pb
1.3105
.1175
60.39
Cr2677
ppb
4.411
.4016
9.106
Pb2203
PPb
5.617
1.514
26.96
Sb2068
ppb
5.610
1.755
31.28
208

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sna.rsis Report Averages
Thu 08-15-96 35:54:43 PN pa?e 41
Mthod: TRIflN6i2 Staple Niie: 131-59-7A	Operator: DKH
Run Tiie; 08/14/96 14:00 FilsnaM: 81496
node: CCNC Type: 5 Corr. Factor:	l.OOCDO
Iid ID.: :ist. Sipl. ID.: Cust. ID.: 38139
tins
*51390
Be3130
Cd2265
Cr2677
Pb2203
Sb206E
Units
p:b
POD
ppb
ppb
opb
ppb
Avge
12.334
L-.0514
L-.6660
24.82
L-2.322
10.30
SDe*
2.372
.0248
.246
1.681
1.945
3.622

101.6
4B.13
36.94
6.774
'83.77
35.18
209

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Analysis Report Averages
hu 08-15-96 0b:54:43 Pd page 42
Method: IRI0KSL2 Saiple Niie: 131-59-7* DA	Operator; OKH
S#n Tiie: 08/14/96 14:05 filenm: 81496
oae: cane Type: $ corr. Factor:	1.00000
ub ID.: Cust. Sipl. 10.: Cast.	ID.: 28139
Litis
As 1890
Be3130
Cd2265
Cr26?7
Pb2203
5b2068
Units
ppb
PPb
ppb
PPb.
ppb
PPb
Age
12.800
L-.0508
1-.6737
27.73
1-1.623
10.64
SDev
1.55?
.024
.1616
2.342
1.78
.7192
$D
55.63
47.18
23.98
8.446
109.6
6.757
210
i

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Analysis Report Avenges
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PX pagt 43
Hethoa: TRIAH612	Siiole Naie: I31-59-7C	Opirjtor: DM
Run Tin: 08/14/96	14:10	Filenue: 8H96
Node: CONC	Type: S	Corr. Factor: l.00000
Lab ID.:	Oust. Spl. IB.:	Cus:. ID.: 31139
tlets
As 1890
Se3130
CS2265
Cr2677
Pb22C3
Sb2068
Units
PPb
P6b
ppb
PPb
PPb
PPb
Avge
1-2.472
1-.0565
L-.U66
21.04
6.982
11.82
SOev
2.358
.0456
.4006
3.876
2.231
8.745
*RS0
95.36
80.81
240.5
18.42
31.95
73.98

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Analysis Report
Analysis Report Averages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 W page 44
Hithod: TR1AHS12 Swplc #u: 131-59-7C OA	Operator: DKH
Run Iiie: 08/14/96 14:15 Filenaae: 81496
flofle: CMC Type: S Cerr. factor:	l.COOOC
lib IC.: Cyst. Sipl. ID.: Cast.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
Units
Avgt
SOtv
*RS0
AS1890
PPD
1-1.397
2.925
209.4
8(3130
ppfc
1-.0341
.0614
110.1
C02265
ppb
L.3401
.5354
157.4
Cr2677
ppb
16.18
2.596
16.04
Pb2203
PPb
9.324
.4114
4.412
Sb2068
PPb
9.170
3.711
40.46
212

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Analysis Resort Averages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PN page 45
method: TR1AHSL2	Sauie mis: ICV/CCV	Cperatcr: DKH
Run Tilt: 08/14/96 14:20 Filenne: 81496
fade: CDHC	Type: 9 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
lab ID.:	Cust. Sipl. ID.:	Cgst. ID.: 38139
tleis
Units
Avge
SDtv
;rsc
Eieis
Units
Avge
SDev
MSD
tiews
Units
flvge
SDsv
;?so
Eleis
Units
Avg;
SDev
iHSD
Eleis
tnits
Avge
SO iv
SS
tleis
Units
9vce
SOev
SD
A3280
CPD
503.1
1.443
.2668
Ca3179
ppb
505.8
2.244
.4427
Fe27M
PPb
508.5
7.446
1.464
Na3302
ppb
04368.
107.4
2.15?
1960-1
CPS
492.6
2.68
.544
Tl3J1
ppb
504.0
.9199
.1825
A13082
PPt>
492.8
8.732
1.772
C42265
PPb
502.9
1.403
.2789
*.7664
PPI
4.795
.0192
.4007
M;2316
pob
504 .8
1.196
.237
1560-2
3P>
488.7
6.594
1.349
II1908
ppb
494.9
3.635
.7343
AS1890
ppb
495.2
2.081
.4202
Ce4136
ppb
716.7
4.161
. 5BCS
116707
PPD
0445.5
3.13?
.7045
5.2149
ppb
503.7
4.175
.8237
P&2203
PPB
495.7
3.213
.6432
V.2924
ppt
504.8
1.616
.3202
8_296
9Pb
3177.
527.5
16.6
Co 2286
pob
507.6
2.05
.4039
g2790
DPS
500.7
3.364
.7717
2203-1
PPb
497.1
5.76
1.159
Se I960
ppt
490.0
4.858
.9914
21)2062
ppb
509.9
3.074
.6029
814934
ppb
501.9
1.627
".3241
Cr2677
ppb
519.3
2.88!
.5548

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Analysis flepor: Averages
hu B-i5-9fc Oa:i4:4j M page 46
flethod: TRlflL2 Satpie Kim: ICB/CC8	Operator: DIN
Sun fin: 08/14/96 14:31 FiUnut: 81496
Meat: COHC Type: 8 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
LaC ID.: Cust. Sipi. ID.: Cust. ID.: 38139
Elets
Ao32B0
(113082
ftslE9C
8_2496
Ba4934
8e3130
Units
PPb
PPb
PPb
PPfc
PPb
ppb
Avge
.2910
4.770
1.669
3361.
.0574
.0699
SOev
.2033
2.041
1.384
211.1
.0153
.07
*RSD
69.87
42.78
82.89
6.281
26.69
100.1
1(1$ CS3179	M2265	Ce416	C02286	Cr2677	Cj3?47
Units	ppb	ppb	ppb	PPD	ppb	PPb
Avgt	-2.062	.0689	3.614	.2979	2.202	.1946
SOev	.4446	.2308	2.2*4	.3651	.3005	.1511
USD	21.56	334.8	62.11	122. 5	13.65	77.64
EIms
fe2714
K.7664
il6707
Ng2790
Nn2576
HC2C20
Units
PPb
PPI
PPt
PPt
PPb
PPt
Avje
10.72
.1880
.1816
3.831
-.0865
-.3191
SOe
5.864
.0146
.0192
2.081
.079
.7945

54.71
7.864
1C.58
54.33
91.28
249
Eleis	Na3302	Ki2316	P.2149	2203-1	2203-2 S&206B
Units	ppb	ppd	acb	ppb	ppt	ppb
ftvge	-91 19	.9868	.5836	-.2545 1.453 3.15C
SCev	:29.7	.3299	6.216	5.118	1.483	.3961
;RSD	142.3	33.36	1065	2011	102.1	12.57
tlsis
Uv.ts
ftvae
5 Dev
SD
1960-1
PPC
1.964
2.136
1C7.2
196C-2
PPb
.3659
3.135
36*. 9
b2203
PPb
.880
: .849
209
Sel960
PPb
1.231
1.642
133.3
Sr.i899
PPC
-3.408
1.9?
57.8
Sr4215
PPb
.06*4
.0255
37.8i
[less	"i3349
u-ns	ppb
Avae .0050
SDev	.0917
*RSC	1853
111908	V_292
PPb	PPb
4.145 .0550
2.673	.4108
64.5	76.5
2r.2062	Si2881
PPb	PPt
-.2474 26030
.6653	1065
268.9	4.09.
214

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Analysis Report averages
Thu 08-15-96 05:54:43 PC pae *7
Mthod: TRIAHSL2 SaipU Naie: 131-59-8ft	Operator: OKM
Run Tite: OB/I4/96 14:36	Filenaie: 81496
Aode: COHC	Type: S	Corr. Factor: 1.00CM
Ub ID.:	Cust. Sipl. ID.:	Cust. ID.: 38139
EUm
Units
Ovje
SCiv
*R0
AS1890
ppft
7.368
2.141
29.05
Be3130
ppb
1-.3482
.0229
6. SB!
Cd226S
ppb
L-2.464
.3894
15.81
Cr267?
ppb
44.12
.8771
1.988
Pb2203
ppb
L-4.064
2.232
54.93
Sb20&8
ppb
19.54
2.049
10.59
215

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Ntthoa: TR1ANSL2 Siiplt Kaie: 131-59-8C	Operator: DKH
Run Tilt: 08/14/96 14:41 Filenaie: 81496
Nude: COHC Type: S Corr. factor:	1.00C00
LablC.: Cuit. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
EltlS AS1890	8e3130	Cd2265 Cr2677	Pfc22C3	SP2068
Units	ppb	ppb	ppb	ppb	ppb	ppb
Avge	1-2.71?	1-.012S	L.0165 17.49 7.328	8.0B7
SDev	3.954	,C38	.7381	3.422	.6925	4.633
MSO	145.8	304.6	4484	19.56	9.451	57,28

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"flaljrsis Report Averages	Thy 08-15-96 05:54:43 H page 49
fletnoa: im
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Analysis Report Averages
Thy M-15-96 05:54:43 PN page 50
Kethoc: T8JAN612	Supls Km: 131-59-9BC	Operatsr: DKN
Sun fiie; 09/14/96 14:52 filtMM: 81496
Mode: CON:	Type: S Cor'. Fitter:	l.OflODO
lab 10.:	Oust. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	10.: 38159
Elen
Units
&vge
SOiv
MSO
AS1890
ppb
1*4.839
1.009
20.85
883130
ppb
1.0044
.0225
507
W2265
b
L-.822I
.3606
43.89
Cr26P
ppb
13.38
2.047
15.3
P62203
ppc
1.2132
.9845
*461.7
S02068
ppb
6.394
4.882
76.35
21S

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Analysis Rsport Averages
Tliu OB-15-96 05:54:43 ?n page 51
fcthod: IRIM6L2 Suple Naie: l3i-S9-iifl	Operator: OKU
Run Tin: 08/14/96 H:57 filename: 814%
Hods: COKC Type: S Corr. factor:	I.OOOOO
Ub !0.: Cust. Sac I. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 33139
El MS
OS1E90
Bei130
M2265
Cr277
>t>2203
5b2CM
Jnits
spb
opt
pps
PP9
PPD
ppb
Avge
U.46?
.-.0157
1.2618
22.63
15.62
10.67
SDev
2.23
.5157
.1071
1.415
1.107
1.894
;rsd
64.31
100.4
40.98
6.199
7.084
17.75
210

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.P^.t 9veiye>
inu ij-.e t'j.js.tj r, page ji
nethod: TRIAN6L2 Saiple Kaie: 131-59-UBC	OwratDf: OKH
Sun Tiie: 08/14/96 15:02 Filename: 81496
Kode: COW Type: S Corr. Factor;	1,0000
lab 10.: Cust.Slpl.il).: Cust.	ID.: 38139
EUis
As 1890
8e3I30
Cd2265
Cr2677
PD2203
S&2068
Units
ppb
ppb
PPB
ppb
ppb
ppb
Avge
51.02
L.0643
1.4374
15.03
15.54
98.28
S0v
3.977
.0276
.4001
2.837
.828
1.52
WSC
7.795
43.01
91.48
18.87
5.328
1.547
2 21)

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Analysis Repc: Averages
Thu 08-15-96 CS:S4:43 PK page 53
method: TRIAHSL2	Saple Haie: ICV/CCV	Operator: Dm
Ran Tiie: 08/14/94 15:07 Filenaie: 01496
*(): COHC	Tyoe: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lit ID.:	Oust. Sipl. ID.:	Cast. ID.: 38139
Eleis
Units
Avge
SOev
MSD
EIms
Units
avge
SDev
SD 
ties
Units
4vge
SOev
WD
;les
Jrits
nvge
SOev
;ftS0
Elsis
Units
avge
SCev
S0
tless
Jrits
*vge
SDev
*RSC
Ag3289
ppb
504.
1.306
.2588
Ca3l79
P9t>
500.9
2.S88
.5168
Fe2714
PPt>
506.7
8.577
1.693
Na3302
PPt>
4S36.
35.88
.791
1960-1
ppb
498.5
2.49
.4995
Ii3349
PPB
502.C
. 62
.1235
413062
ppb
504.7
6.188
1.226
Cd2265
PCC
496.6
.5528
.1113
_7664
m
4.846
.0219
.4525
Ni2316
PPD
501.5
2.319
.4624
1940-2
ppb
491.6
8.711
1.772
Mi 908
PPb
492.2
6.178
1.255
SS1890
PPb
497.5
1.665
.3347
Ce4186
PPb
716.0
1.942
.2712
U6707
ppb
451.4
2.126
,47;
P.2149
POC
510.1
17.25
3.383
Pt22C3
ppb
493.8
3.606
.7303
V.2924
5PS
502.7
1.649
.3281
8.2496
ppb
2949.
564.8
19.15
C 32286
PPb
504.1
1.495
.2966
Kg2790
PPb
500.4
2.095
.418?
2203-1
PPb
494.4
3.403
.6833
Sel960
ppb
493.9
6.6
1.336
Zn2042
ppb
503.6
5.445
1.081
Ba4934
PPb
502.3
..9871
.194i
Cr2677
Ppb
516.8
2.443
.4727
Hn2576
psb
504.6
1.646
.3263
2233-2
ppfc
493.4
7.C71
1.433
5,11899
opt
495.1
2.448
.4945
Si288I
PPb
72760.
5345
7.346
Ee3130
PPb
503.6
2.007
.3945
CJ3247
ppt
500.5
2.569
.5133
1O2C20
PDC
502.0
2.441
.4862
5&2G68
JPP
504.9
4,305
.3526
5r42l5
ppb
502.0
.6083
.1212
o o l

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fiiiliysis . j-i
Hethod: TRIANSL2 Saiple He: IC8/CCS	Operator: DKH
Run I lie: 08/14/96 15:12 fiienaie: 814%
NO: COHC lypi: a COrr. facto':	1.90000
Ub ID.: Cyst. Spl. 10.: Ciret. ID.: 38139
Eltis
Ag3280
013082
As1890
8.2496
814934
8t3130
Units
ppb
PPb
ppb
ppb
ppb
PPC
ft'Se
.6003
8.345
1.234
2797.
.2112
.3058
S5ew
.053
3.091
2.842
438.2
.0542
.0739/
S0
8.826
37.04
230.3
15.66
25.65
24^T
Eleis
Ca3l79
Cd2265
Ce4l86
C022B6
Cr2677,/
iu3247
U"U5
ppb
ppb
ppb
PPO
m/
ppb
ftvJ6
-3.16;
.0524
-.2456
-.6660
*".335
.2519
SCev
1.418
.3059
3.853
.7054 / 1,018
.096
MS)
44.78
583.5
1568
105X
25.22
39.06
Elets
f82714
*.7664
U6707,
4g2790
ln2576
K02C20
Or, u.i
0C5
P51
opt,/
PPD
5p0
ppt
flvge
5.361
.1562
.^54
2.203
.0730
-.2464
SDev
17. 96
.0293
,.1)373
4.031
.002:
.7336
*RSC
335.1
18.72
'12.62
183
"i .892
297.3
Ellis
Na3302
Ni7316
P.2149
2203-1
2253-2
SbZ06E
u-.its
PCb
ppb
9Pb
ppb
ppt
ppb
f>voe
-124.0-
1.682
-1.548
3.377
-3.192
3.78.
SDev
49.34
.8794
3.382
3.566
2.519
2.HE
MSG
39. ts
52.28
218.4
105.6
78.94
56.02
Eleis
.1963-:
1960-2
962233
Sel'tO
$.11399
SM215
(.nits
' CPS
JPD
PPD
DPS
JCO
PPfc
Pvoe
10.35
2.919
"1.0C4
Q5.5<4
-4.393
.2522
SDev
1.346
3.489
.530:
2.016
1.90/
.062
*RSD
16.94
119.5
52.77
36.16
43,t2_
24.56







:.eis
';334=
'Il'OE
V.2924
Zn2C62
S;28Bl

Units
pot)
PP5
ppb
ppb
ppt

Avae
.1321
4.575
.4833
-.5926
51220.

SDev
. 0791
.586
.8321
.9141
5348


59.86
12.81
172.2
154.2
9.856

i
222

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Analysis sepo't werajes
TfHi 08-15-94 05:54:43 PK page 55
Hethod: TRJANSU	Suple Nik: ICB/CCB	Operator. OKK
Run Tiie: 08/14/96	15:18 fiienm:	8149S
node: COHC	Type: Q Corr. factor:	i.OOOOC
Uti 10.:	Cust. SioJ. ID.:	Oust. It.: 38139
Ellis A?328	*1382	fls!890 3.2496	8a4934	BU130
'Jr.its	ppb	ppb	ppb o sob	ppfe	pab
Avge .4554 9.731	-.30902870..0402	116?
SDev	.4505	3.884	4.327 469.1	.029?	.042
XSSD	142.9	39.92	1400 14.35	73.84	35.99
cles	Ca31<9	CJ2265	Ct4184 Co228S	Cr2677	C',3247
anits	opt)	ppa	ppb ppb	ppb	PPb/
? -J.051 -.0485	3.368 --<690	83.092	.*37
$Cn	.5982	.2789	2.9 .4198	.4567/\3023
S0	19.61	575	7*.97 89.52	!4^>r	74.79
Eilis	Fe2/14	*.7464	L16707 Ng2790	Kn2576	KO2020
Units	ppb	ppi	ppb ppb	ppb	ppb
Hvae 9.251 .1620	.1259 A305	-.1324	-.1474
SDfv	3.428	.0168	.3042 '4.295	.0009	.4577
WSO	37.05	10.38	3.3# 35.8	.7111	273.3
ieis	HaS302	Ki2J16 ,'i>'_2149 2203-1	2203-2	S52068
Jnts	ppb	)pb '	ppp ppb	PPO	ppb
Avge -76.sC .8006	-2.382 2.519	-.2404	2.093
SCav	75.81	1.455	9.413 5.307	3.049	.9945
WSD	98.9!	181.8	395.2 210.7	126?	47.52
i'.eis	196C-;	1960-2	?b2203 Se)940	Snl899	Sr4?15
Units	ppb	ppb	PDt pbb	ppb	ppb
Avge 6.659 .5552	'JSi2rW	-2.531	,0803 ~
30*	7.32V-	.,4il^-n687 .5621	1.815	.0152
ifiSO	34 98	5..16	39.62 20.18	71 .71	13.9B
MS	TU349	TU?ca	V.2924 Zn2062	Si2881
'Jr.i ts	ppb	ppb	ppb ppb	ppb
Svae .C-573 -.4431	-.0258 - 3230	38070.
SOev 2	* .28	.5029 .4092	4420
WSO	10'..1	965.8	1948 126.7	11.61
22

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.analysis Report Averages
ihu i v6 vs.n.a  pge 56
netted: TftIftH6L2 Saiple Naia: ICB/CrB	Operator: DKH
Run Tue:
46/14/96 15:26

Filenait:
61496

(lode: CDKC
Type: C

Cor-. Factor:
1.0001
HI: !0.:

Cust. Sip]. ID.:

Cust.
ID.: 381
El 515
Og32EO
613082
fi s i B90
6.2496
8a4934
6a3i 30
Units
PPt
PPb
PPb
ppb
PPO
PPb
ftvge
.0820
12.46
.9563
3416.
.0050
.0808
SOev
.1629
4.831
.3461
354.3
.0782
.0161
WSD
198.7
33.76
36.19
10.37
1565
19.92
Elen
Ca3179
C02245
Ce4i86
C02286
Cr2677
CuJ247
Units
ppb
ppb
ppt
pob
pob
ppb
Avge
-3.650
-.07C1
2.097
-.3266
2.128
.1720
5Dsv
.9927
.165
.4311
.0922
.2924
.2174
M5D
27.2
235.5
20.56
28.24
13.74
126.4
Eieis
Pe2?i!
K.7664
U67C7
1g2790
Hn2576
1*02020
Drr.s
POD
ppi
ppi
ppo
ppo
DCS
Av;e
8.435
.1535
.0726
5.284
-.109;
-.43!<
SCev
6.322
.0266
.0524
4.631
.0385
.6768
SD
104
17.31
'2.11
37.69
35.06
:57
Eleis
Ni33C2
N:2316
5 2149
2203-1
22C3-2
StiOBS
Linus
ppb
PPC
C5C
ppb
ppo
ppb
$vge
-32.E3
:.\it
-1.83c
.3812
-.4252
3.536
SDev
94.93
.5526
\519
2.1C7
3.678
2.S16
WSO
289.2
48.65
409.6
552. c
865
79.64
i\ts
196C-!
1960-i
P522C3
Sel960
Srl899
S'4215
Jm is
CPE
PPb
PPC
pps
DOC
PPb
Hvce
i.32*
-.7605
Mt,:
.ICO!
-2.684
.0319
SCev
2.401
2.62'
1.645
2.545
1.21
.0276
tfiSD
131.6
i<5.4
:i?S
2546
45.09
86.s:
E'.eis
*i3349
ni'cs
V.2924
'n2062
Si2881

Units
PS5
pob
PPb
PPb
PPb.

Avge
-.0/46
.6233
-. 0137
-.6303
2339C.

SDev
.1129
.9918
.5214
.872?
2725

* PSC
153.5
12C.4
3SCC
138.5
11.65

224

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Analysis *port Averages
Ihu 58-15-96 95:4,43 ?n page 51
Katkod: TRIANSL2 Siiple Nie; ICSS8	Oparator; DIN
Rr. lite: 08/14/96 15:31	filenaae: 81496
Host: COUC Type: 3 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.; Cust. Sapl. .'D.: Cust.	ID.; i8U9
A13082	ASI69C
PPb	DPt)
479500.	528.7
4450	6.699
.9281	1.267
Eleis
Units
Avge
SfiEv
tso
Eleis
Units
Avge
SDev
*RS
Eleis
Units
Avge
SDe 
MSD
Eleis
JflltS
Avga
30 sv
:rsd
Eleis
Units
Avge
SJt*
USD
Eleis
Units
Avgs
SOev
*RSD
A4934
pob
524.2
3.153
.6015
Cr2677
paB
498.2
.6355
.1276
2203-2
ppb
501.4
4.762
.9498
Snl899
PPfc
529.2
1.S75
.3164
Si 2S81
ppb
21440.
2237
10.43
8e313C
PPb
521.3
.4199
.0805
-U3247
PPb
553.4
5.629
1.917
NO2020
ppb
512.3
.573
.1119
SD2058
PPb
521.6
1.74
.3336
SM215
COb
528.1
2.761
.5232
f27I4 KJ664
PPB PPI
172300. 21.08
315.6 ,0467
.1332 .2218
Ng2790	n2576
p:t	ppb
5016DC.	534.6
2099	.5221
.4185	.3977
225

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U*u4lui-i	v iduie. .
I l . iU .. V* . H . i -II
laoie Naie: HA234	Autcstapler Type: TTPE *JA
Saaple Positions: 145/192 QC Positions: 13/19 I Sets: l	'
Rinse Statior location is nek -1, pes. -1.
 Racks 
Rack I Type	Usage	tfos Left Aiulysis/Pos

Auk. (L) Rack
STD/QC/8LAHK
13 1C
2
Saiple I 16m 1
Suptes
19 1
2
Saisle (l&iij
Saaples
48 1
4
Staple (Uaa)
Saaples
48 1
5
Staple (l&iij
Saaples
48 1
 Saasle Sets 
Sett Type Prepa'e? Description
i koraal NC 38135
 Presaration Info 
Set* uptake uotakeJ2 :nal Oil .Facta
He Saioles Precare:.
Rack 12
Col Saacie Naie
&os So
5
i
(7...19
5^33
ST1-:LPN<
iCSAE
CHECK LO
5	icv/::v
6	ice/c:b
Not Jsed !
Hethoc IPcs Rackt StartPcs
TRIANG12 2? 2 1
Set :	lUsed
-HP-	2
-NC-	I
-NA-	2
-NA-	1
-NA-	4
-NA-	i
TyDe
Stanca-: l-n-n ^
Stjidir:
SC Stanaa'J -n-'-P
CC 5:sr,circ
5C Stanoa'd ' "'7' 5 ?
QC Staraarc
0^ ZjnjM.
Rack t!
3(55
tio*
Col
Saacle Naie
Set )
usee
lype

]
I
131-59-12*
1
-NA-
Saaole
2
i
2
131-S9-12P ?DS
1
-KA-
Saisle
3
i
3
131-59-12A L
1
-kf>-
Saaple
i
i
4
U1-59-12C
1
-HA-
Saipl*
5
i
5
l3i-55-12C POS
:
-Nfl-
Sa*D.!
0
i
6
131-55-12: ;
1
-NA-
Saisle
T
i
1
131-59-13A
1
-NA-
Saaple
8
!
8
131-55-13$ DA
1
-(.A-
Saaole

1
9
l31-5-;3C
1
-NA-
Saipls
iC
1
10
131-55-ijC DA
1
-Hfi-
Saisle
11
1
:i
131-59-HA
1
-HA-
Saipie
: 2
1

13t-59-:4C

-NA-
Saisle

2
;
131-59-liA
I
-hA-
Saaple

2
*;
131-5M5C

-NC-
Sao;!:



l31-:3-.6S
1
-t>A-
Sast;?
226

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AdtcSaipltr tejo't 'able: HP23
fr: 08-.6-96 02:02:26 PN page 2
Rack 12
Pes Rm Col Susie iuii	Set I (Used Type
16
2
4 13i-S9-i6B
1
-NA-
Saiple
17
2
5 JI-59-PA
1
-NA-
Saiple
IS
2
6 131-59-17C
1
-NA-
Saiple
19
2
7 131-S9-19A
1
-NA-
Saiple
20
2
e i3i-59-m pos
1
-NA-
Saiple
21
2
9 131-59-I9A I

-HA-
Saiple
22
2
10 131-59-I9C
I
NA-
Saiple
23
2
H 131-59-19C PDS
1
-NA-
Saiple
24
2
12 13I-59-19C I
1
-*A-
Saiple
25
3
1 131-59-206
1
-NA-
Saiple
26
3
2 131-59-208 0#

-HA-
Saiple
V
3
3 131-59-20A
1
-HA-
Saiple
2B
3
4 13l-59-4A4C4tl0

-NA-
Saiple
29
3
5 131-59-10A1384D4E
1
-NA-
Saiple
130.
..48
lot Used)



Rack
S3




Pos
Ron
COi Saijie Naoe
Set s
Usea
Type
i . .
.46
Not Jseci



Rack 44





Row
Col Sucie fiie
Set
Wsed
Type
(1..
.48
*ot t'jtdi



Rack 15
Pos Son Col Saiols Niie	Set t iusee Type
U...48 Nat Usee!
227

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Analysis Repcrt . averages
Fri 08-16-96 12:56:3? PM page IS
HethOd: TRIAN6L2
Saiple Naie: S7D:
-BLANK

Operator
Run Tlie
08/15/96 22:30
r
llenaie:
81596

Noae: IR

Type: *
Corr. Factor:
1.00000
lac ID.:

Cus:. Sipl. 10.:

Cust. I
D.:
El ens
1)93280
A13082
AS1390
B_26
Bi4934
Be3130
Units
count
count
court
count
count
count
ft vge
.00014
.00291
-.00025
.02502
.00004
.00022
SDiv
.00027
.OOC05
.00017
.00049
..00002
0
R3t
191.189
1.98536
67.0961
1.96849
52.9146
2.83457
Eleis
Ca3179
C (325 65
0(4186
C02286
Cr2677
Cu3247
Unit!
count
count
count
count
count
count
dvge
.00043
-.00037
-.00013
-.00013
-.00012
.00207
SDsv
.00001
.00009
.00008
.00004
.00007
.00003
RSC
<.11556
26.4517
62.7355
31.3152
57.51S9
1.49801
Eltis
fe2?l<
H.7664
litW
Hg2790
Bfi2576
Ho2020
Units
ccur.t
cojrt
count
count
count
count
fl^ge
.00003
2.40199
,01919
.00003
.09002
.00003
SDe.
.00001
.033*4
.00061
.00036
0
.30004
SC
45.5658
1.39236
1.24138
201.696
24.3736
132.282
lets
Na3302
Xi2316
P_249
2203-1
2203-2
562063
ii::s
count
count
count
count
ccunt
count
CvflJ
.00233
-.00205
-.00119
.ooic;
-.OOC1
.0004
SDev
.0015"
.00043
.0C019
.00016
.00013
.00012
rs:
67.519
21.2491
16.4977
15.1563
128,532
31.3919
ileis
i960-:
1960-2
Snl899
Sr<215
Ii3349
'11908
U;ts
count
court
court
coint
count
count
Pvo
-.00847
.00222
-.0105"
0
-.00012
-.30042
SCe v
.0007:
.0002"
.00013
.00001
.00007
.00015
SD
3.<6837
12.4699
23.231
465.104
65.0149
36.4605
t'.eis
V.2924
2p2C62
Si 288j



'vius
court
CC'jnt
court



fv ce
-.0C541
-.00001
.03804



SDev
.00C03
.00002
.flOilJ



tRSD
7.6*982
173.205
2.97807




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Sfliiyjis Riper: 5verages
fr: 08-16-94 12:56:22 W pagi 16
litflod: TRIANS.2 scle Nje; r?2	Cperator:
Run lilt: 08/15/96 22:26 fitlMse: 81596
Hoii: IR Typg: * Corr. FactO':	I.00000
i& 10,: Oust. Si. ID.; Just.	ID,:
i.iK	Ag32B0	A13082 AslBSO	8.2496	3a493* 883130
mils	count	count count	court	count count
Avgt	.mm	.32191 .06091	.18833	,35816 .27777
S3ev	rwtt-	;'Mi30
*850	57f*X*	2.12757 lJUU	trW7TUI469 l.MM.
E!ss	Ca3179-	C42265 C4IB6	CS2736	Cr2677 C3247
Unus	court	count count	count	count count
A,	.02275	,16342 .08686 .D91C8	.17606 ,I9i
SDev	r55Tij	.ooiei	.00355 ~op*f
1CSD -	t3Hll	1.9*97 2.10725 1.9B841	2.J1947 ,KW7
Elts
Jr.irs
flvje
SO tv
*P$u
Fe27U K_7664
count count
.00412 13,49%
.0001.	.m* b
2l53lc? .56659
U6707
count
8.45546
TWTJ "
<52790
cour.t
,021-55
Twarcr-
Ho-2376
court
.13788
"T8
76046. 1.97681 1.93606
!c2020
cow:
.08285
00142
Elens
HaJ3C2
	Hi2ilfc
?_2149
2203-1
2203-2 Sb2068
Jrits
count
count
count
court
count count
SVf
.11504
,um
,01872
.1*869
.08798 ,11709
SCev
MiO?
_mot~
-Mm-
.{9?93
	{ 1 ^
%m'
1.714*8
2.1451
1.92214
1.36938
2.0*34 2,1214}
tlt
1960*1
1960-2
Sf)18?9
Sr42SS
*ii349 T11908
Ui:;s
cour.t
count
count
ccm:
tount count
#va t
.2972
.14421
.12898
,97623
1.22931 .03183
S5i

^57fr~Tff69
. C17J8
,o2fprw*
ISSO"
1.3921
i.95056
1.62*33
i,780=4
'..84196 1.25671
-nw	ma. susai PD22y__^ertjr
tr.it count count
r3P99 .06708
40to %0M	Xajjj_
tt$ 1.96152 2.26805 1.7379S
229

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Analysis Report averages
fn 09-16-96 12:56:3? M Mge 1/
Bethoe: TRISN6L2 Satple l
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ft.uls;s Report svsrages
f-i 01-16-56 12:56:32 Pi page ;8
Aethcd: TRIANS12 Saisle Nik: STD3	Operator: D*.H
Run Tin: 08/13/96 22:46 fileMie: 81596
Node: COHC Type: Q Ccrv factcr:	1.00000
Lao ID.: Cyst. SlDl. it.: lust.	ID.: 38139
Utis
Uni ;s
Avge
SOtv
WSD
tins
Un:ts
9vje
SDev
tfiSC
[lets
Onus
Ovoe
SDev
*R$C
El sis
Units
9v;e
SDev
'USD
Eless
Jr.i'.s
9vce
Stev
tRSD
ilens
in its
Avgj
SDe
tRSC
*$3280
pps
997,0
3.693
.3704
Ca-3179
pop
1000.
3.786
.378!
Fe2714
PPD
998.6
a 563
.45?!
Na3302
DPC
9909.
263.:
2.706
196C-1
PPD
996.3
12.s;
1.302
VJ924
POD
"98.;
1.237
.1239
f13082
pob
992.4
12.35
1.245
CC2265
PPb
998.1
1.469
.1472
<_7664
PC"
10.06
.05
.497;
Ni23l6
ppb
957.7
.7942
.0796
1960-2
PPb
999.3
5.OSS
.506
2-2062
ppD
999.9
2.669
.2669
AS1890
PPb
994.6
7.188
.7226
Ci4l66
pot
976.3
U.S9
1.494
11670?
DC b
992.5
5.767
.381
P.2149
PPb
1009.
5.737
.5686
SMS99
peb
996.4
6.308
.603
Sl2881
DPP
5:0.7
5.071
.9925
8.2496
PPb
996.8
1.715
.1721
C02286
PPb
999.3
3.395
.3396
flg2790
3P3
1301,
7.115
22C3-1
POD
994.6
MM
1.335
S-4215
PPb
994.6
1.261
.1263
Pb22C3
pps
998.3
1.984
.1987
814934
PPb
995.0
2.023
.2033
Cr2677
PPP
999 .9
3.043
.3046
112556
p:t

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Analysis Repcrt Avenges
fr; 06-16-96 i;:Se:J? PH page 20
Hethod: TMANSL2	Staple flic ICV/CCV	Operator: DKH
Run Titer 08/151% 23:00 Fileniie: 8159s
Node: COKC	Type; 3 Corr. -actor:	1.00000
Lab ID.:	Cust. SipI. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 36139
Eles
Units
Avge
SOev
*RSD
Ellis
Units
Avge
SOev
S0
Eleas
Units
Avce
SCev
*RSD
Eleas
Units
Avge
SDei'
IRSD
 1 ess
Um:s
Avge
SOev
ttSO
Eleas
Units
Avge
SOev
irs:
*93280
ppb
508.5
2.314
.4708
Ca3179
PPb
SOS,7
1.876
.3709
?e27u
ppb
500.3
5.035
1.006
Na33C2
PPb
4958.
188.5
2.801
1960-1
ppb
501.1
2,339
. 466B
Tl<349
PCS
5C0.0
.807s
.1615
A3 3062
ppb
502.0
5.7J2
1.142
CJ226S
ppb
502.5
2.149
.4273
*_/664
P*
5.261
.0245
.4657
Ni2il6
PPD
505.6
3. so;
,69tb
1960-2
pp:
498.5
3.725
.747
AslS'O
ppb
497.3
4.627
.9304
Ce4l86
ppb
723.4
3.499
.4837
l16707
ppb
4B5.5
3.167
.6522
P.2149
PP
509.7
4.785
.9387
Pb22D3
PPD
500.6
4.062
.8112
8.24%
PPb
503.9
2.019
.4007
CS2286
PJSD
504.2
.663
.1315
Ng279C
DPt
49B.fi
.7456
.1495
2203-1
ppb
5oo.:
3.945
.7889
S1960
ppb
499.5
3.263
.6:33
212062
PPD
502.6
2.451
.4875
6a4934
ppb
506.C
1.263
.2495
Cr2677
ppb
505.5
1.219
.2411
n2:76
pea
501,9
1.211
.2413
22C3-2
ppb
"500.9
6.845
1.267
SrlBW
PPD
496.0
.4192
.0525
$:28Si
PPC
258,0
17.75
3.536
8e3130
PP9
503.1
1.429
.284
Cu324J
ppb
49B.3
3.551
.712
*2020
5PD
507.3
2,015
.3969
SK068
PCP
510 ?
1.944
.3806
S'<21:
ppt
457.2
1.011
. 203"
"11906	V_2924
D PC	ppo
*97,1 502.9
e.66-7	1,189
1.341	.2365
232

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Anaiysis Repcr: Averages
Fri D9-16-96 12:56:32 PH page 2
net nod: "RISN6.2	Swple *a*!: IC8/CCB	Opiratar: DKH
Run rue: 08/15/96 23:05 Fi'leniie: 81596
node: CONC	Type: 5 Corr. :actor:	1.00090
Lab ID.:	;t. Spl. ID.: Cist.	ID.: 38139
S13082
8s 1890
8.2496
33 4934
ppb
Ppb
ppb
PPt
-.1302
-2.121
-9.589
.2874
2.399
1.614
.9498
.0663
1843
76.08
9.904
23.07
Eleis
Units
flvge
SDlv
tRSD
Eleis
JnitS
(Wge
3Dev
%RSC
 lets
Ui:$
*voe
SDev
S0
Eleis
Juts
Avge
SOev
%SSD
 1ms
Units
!>vge
SDev
Elens
Jnits
flvge
SDev
SRSD
Ag323C
PPt
.3653
.9496
246.5
Ca3l79
ppb
.1251
.mi
42 hi
Fe27H
PPt
2.928
6. to;
228.?
Na3302
ppb
100.:
2C1.
200.4
1960-1
PPt
4.658
4.689
101.3
Ti334S
ppb
.226!
.0897
39.59
K2265
ppb
.4326
.166?
58.5'
K.7664
pea
.1544
.0225
U.55
*12316
PPD
.0785
.3829
483
1960-2
Ppa
-.2920
3.391
Uel
111908
pot
4.87?
4.728
96.94
184186
COD
-.3835
3.143
897.8
Lie'O?
ppb
.2849
.0597
20.97
'.214?
PPD
3.559
5.111
143.6
PP2203
opb
1.386
.7723
55.73
V_292<
:pb
.7596
.525?
69.2
Co22S6
ppb
.4814
.544
113
Ng2"9C
ppb
3.3<2
2.177
65.13
2203-1
ppb
.3128
3.213
1C2?
Sel96C
ppb
1.340
3.733
282.4
Zn2062
ppb
.0365
.3358
92:.!
C,'2677
ppb
.2859
.0932
32.6
*n25?6
PPt
.2C38
.0401
19.67
22C3-2
ppb
1.922
.6641
34.56
Snl899
PPt
-2.470
.5234
21.39
Si2331
PPt
12.98
9.92
75.42
BC3130
ppb
.1905
.11!
58.29
Cu3247
ppb
-.0571
.2715
475.6
1O202C
PPD
-.0730
,>590
767.1
532068
ppb
1.513
1.255
82.93
S.-421S
POD
.2309
.0939
40.66
233

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h11ajysis. k,j.. fveiiies	 i. vo 	*	. l ...	jc i<
Hethoc: TMAN6U	Saiple Hue:	1CSAB	Operator: OKH
ft,n Tiie: 08/15/96	23:1C	Filenaie: 81596
Hoot: CONC	Type: 3	Corr. Factor:	1.00000
UC ID.:

Oust. Sl[i. ID.:

Cust.
ID.: 3B1
Eli$
(*93260
A13082
Si89C
8.2496
Ba<934
Be 3130
Units
PPb
ppb
ppb
POP
Ppb
PPb
Avje
551.D
490900.
532,1
527.8
525.8
511.8
SDiv
.7156
2797
4.544
4.117
J.25
2.458
XRSO
.1299
.5697
.8539
.7799
.2378
.4803
E leis
Ca3!79
W2265
CS4186
Co2286
Cr2677
C(l3247
Units
PP5
POt
PPb
ppb
ppe
PPb

<56800.
<82.7
737.1
474.9
487.3
551.1
SDev
2580
1.073
3.384
.5196
4.118
3.682
wo
.56*8
.2222
,4592
.1094
.8451
.668
Eleis
Fe27U
H_766
116707
Kg2790
Hft2576
MO2020
Units
PPb
PC*
PPb
ppb
ppb
PPC
fivge
17370C.
022.97
65e.7
50430C
528.1
511.0
SDev
572.5
.0994
2.608
375.6
2.364
1.691
*RSD
.3295
.4327
.396
.0745
.4476
.3301?
EIbes
fta3352
N12316
P_2149
2203-1
2203-2
5b2Cb3
units
pp:
PCS
PPt
ppb
PPB
PPb
Pvoe
5712.
477.2
583.
482.4
503.1
49". 6
SO!.
26C.
1.191
7.414
4.331
7.146
10.63
mi
.56
.2195
1.2/1
.896
1.42
2.136
ilte
1960-1
'.960-2
PS2253
Sel96C
Snl899
SH215
Un;ts
PPt
DCS
PPB
ppb
ppb
pp5
Avgs
Si1.3
505 8
496.2
519.8
SIS.'
CO
SDev
8.625
7.349
3.324
2.362
3.599
.5125
tRSD
1.575
1.552
.669?
.4544
.6943
.093
Elets
Ti334C
ti:9C6
VJ924
Zr.2062
Si2881

units
PP?
CPS
PPO
PPt
PPb

Avg;
503.2
489.6
5C2.3
453.9
515.2

SOev
.68":
2.631
2.52i
5.672
14.45

MSC
.137
.5374
.so;-;
1.2:
2.804

234

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Analysis Report Averages
Fri 06-16-96 12:56:32 PH page
Hethod: TRIAN6U Saipls Haie: 131-59-12(1	Operator: OKH
Sun Tiae: 08/16/96 00:46 Filenaie: 81596
node: CONC Type: S Corr Factor:	l.OOOCO
Ub ID.: Cast. Spl. ID.: Cast.	ID.: 38139
Eleis	Sl890	Be3130
tints	ppb	ppb
Avge	13.958	1-.1386
SDev	1.987	.0455
SD	50.19	32.81
CK265 CrZ677	P82203	5P2063
ppb	ppb	ppb	ppb
1.391 37.51	1-3.136 16.30
.1915	1.441	4.96	1.364
13.77	3.841	158.1	8.37

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I Analysis Report Averages
fri 8-16-96 12:56:32 M page 24
flethrt: TRIANGL2 Siiple Niii: 131-59-1JA PDS	Optntor: OKH
Run Tiai: 08/16/96 00:51 Filenaie: 81596
Node: CONC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.60000
Lab 10.: Cust. Sipl. 10.: Cust.	10.: 38139
El en
AS1890
6(3130
Cd2265
Cr267<
Pb?203
S&2068
Units
PP6
PPfc
PPb
PCD
PPt
ppb
Avge
53.73
46.95
50.19
88.56
44.07
68.79
SOev
3.76
.0499
.1283
1.384
2.304
4.051
*RSD
6.998
.1063
.2557
1.563
5.23
5.889
23G

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Analysis Sepo-l Ave'ag5S
fri 03-16-96 12:56:32 PH page 25
ftethDC: TRIANSL? Saiplt Nan: 131-59-12A L	Opsrator: DKH
Run Tiie: 08/16/96 30:56 Filmier 81596
Node: CONC Type: $ Corr. factor:	1.00000
Ub ID.: Cust. Sipl. 10.: Oust.	ID.; 38139
ie*s
As!89C
Be3130
C<32265
Cr2677
9b2203
SK068
Uf.its
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
flvge
L-.2396
1.0513
L.1914
13.43
L-.4022
6.933
SDev
3.96
.0209
.1463
.6354
1.951
2.153
tRSD
1367
40.75
76.46
4.729
485.1
31.05
237

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PnJSy$iS Ktyiiii d.8133(5
ti! Uh-16 "ill U.jfc.W KN rtse
ifcthod: IRIAHSL2 Saipie Naie: 131-S9-12C	Operator: OKH
Run Ti: 08/16/94 01:01 Fileniig: 8159
Node: COKC Type: S Co'r. factor;	1.0000C
Ub ID.: Ciisi. Sitl. ID.: C$t.	ID.: 36139
Eltis
ftsl890
!i3130
CU2265
Cr2677
P62203
Sb2068
Units
PPO
PPD
PP6
PPb
PP
PPt>
Avgj
1894.
1-.0873
3.422
19.12
8.445
3436.
SDev
.0908
.0S07
.7397
3.61
1.987
22.71
*8SD
.00*8
58.11
21.62
18.88
23.53
.6609
238

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Analysis Retort averages
:ri OB-16-96 12:56:32 PM page 27
let?od: TRIANSL2	Saiple Nae: 131-5S-I2C DS	Operator: OKN
Run Tiie: 08/16/96	01:0*	Filsnaie: 81596
HOM: CONC	Type: S Ccrr. Factor:	1.30000
lab ID.:	Cyst. Siol. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 36139
Cleis
AS1890
8(3130
Cd2265
C-2S77
PP2203
S62063
Units
PPD
opt
PPt>
PPO
ppb
PPb
Suae
1922.
46.29
S2.14
63.62
55.77
3441.
SOev
16.03
.1501
.3653
1.488
i.JJ
32.81
SflSD
.8339
. 3242
.7006
2.338
2.384
.9535
239

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Analysis Report Averages
m OE-16-96 12:56:32 PC page 28
Nelhod:
TRIANS12
Saaple Hate; 131

in
%

Operator: 1
Hun Tiie
: 08/14/96 01:11
Filinaie: 81596

node: CONC
Type: S
Corr, factor:
1.00000
Lib ID.:

Cust. Sip!. ID.:

Cust.
IC.: 38139
tleis
Asl890
8e3130 Cd2265
Cr2577
Pb2203
Sb2066
Ur.its
ppb
ppb ppb
ppb
ppb
PPD
Avge
401.8
1-.0188 1.035
3.183
2.126
743.3
SCev
3.27
.0076 .2048
.2844
.6112
13.84
tRSD
.814
40.66 19.79
8.934
2B.75
1.861
OKN
241)

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analysis Repcr: Averages
fri 08-16-96 12:56:32 PH page 29
Cethoc: TRIANGL2 SnpU Ne: IJ1-59-1M	Operato-: DKH
Run Tin: 08/16/96 01:16 ;ilerae: 81596
float: CONC Type: 5 torr. Factor:	1.00000
Lift ID.: Cjst. Sipl. ID.: Cost. ID.: 38139
EleiS	AS1890 3e3l30	CU2265	Cr2677	'U2203	502068
Units	ppfc	ppt	ppb	pot	ppD	ppb
Ovge	11.'85	1-.0146	1-1.167	24.42	i.6792	2*.55
SDev	4.54B	.0093	.1283	2.244	2,327	2.952
RSD	254.9	64.05	10.59	9.19	342.7	12.02
241

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Analysis Repo-t Avenges
Fri OS-16-96 12:56:3? P* page JO
flethod; TK1ANSL2 Saiple Nate: lil-59-13# DA	Operator: OKU
Run lie: 08/16/96 01:22 Filename: 81596
Rode: CQNC Tyoi: S Corr. Factor:	l.OOOOC
lab ID.: Cust. Siol. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
E1 ess
Units
#vge
SDev
USD
AS1890
PP&
12.263
2.841
125.6
6e3130
PPb
L.OOS5
.0261
477.6
Cd2265
ppo
L-1.217
.1319
10.84
Cr2677
ppb
25.55
1.874
7.334
P62203
ppt
1.5275
J.256
239.2
Sb2068
PPb
19.6<
4.563
23.23
242

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Sna.ys'.s 3epor:
Averages
fn CB-16-96 12:56:32 P page J!
Hetlwd: TPISK5L2 Saipli Hie: 131-59-13C	Writer: DKH
Sua Tie: OB/;6/*56 01:2? Filename: 81556
node: :cnc Type; S Corr. factor:	1.00000
'.as 10,: Cist. Sip], ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
El 815
UlltS
Avge
SDev
WSD
05189C
ppc
1762.
5.158
.2928
Be3I30
ppb
L-.2306
.0299
12.96
CJ2265
PPD
1-.3936
.3176
80.69
Cr2677
pps
27.33
4.02
14.71
Pt2203
ppt
2.299
..9119
39.66
SM068
PPt
3150.
23.13
.7343
243

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Analysis Report Averages
Fri 0B-S6-96 12:56:32 PH page 32
Nethod: U1AK612 Saiple Malt: 131-59-13C OA	Operator: OIH
Run tiie: 08/16/96 91:32 FiIbmib: 31596
node: COKC type: S Ccrr. factor;	1.00000
lab ID.: Cust. Sipi. 10.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Eieis
AS189C
be3:jo
C <32265
Cr2677
P&2203
S62066
Uni:s
poo
PPb
PPb
ppB
PPt
ppb
Avge
1760.
(.-.2594
L.Z0B8
23.01
3.971
3157.
SDev
9.114
.0507
. M57
4.771
2.114
34.92
IR5D
.5177
19.54
69.77
20.73
53.24
1.106
244

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Analysis Jepor.
Ave rages
Pri 08-16-96 12:56:32 * cage 33
Netnod: TRIAHSU Sasple me: ICV/CCV	Cperata-: OKH
Run Tile: 08/16/94 01:43 Filenate: 815%
Node: CQKC Type: 0 Ccrr. Factor:	i.00000
Ub ID.: Cust. Sipl. 10.: Oust.	ID.: 38139
Elan
Unit;
Avgs
SOev
so
tleis
Units
Avge
SDev
tBSD
tl'flS
Units
flvge
SDev
MSD
Eiess
Units
Avce
SDev
SD
Sg32BC
ppb
504.0
2.149
.4264
Ca3179
PPb
496.5
I.594
.3814
Fe27u
3P3
5C5.3
II.96
2.365
*a3302
pot
4914.
13C.9
2.664
A13082
ppb
515.8
11.45
2.22
42265
ppb
497.2
.7251
.1458
KJ664
ppn
5.253
.0233
. 4445
*<12316
ppb
500.4
1.S23
.3643
SS1890
m
490.5
3.309
.6746
Ce4186
PPD
723.2
1.157
.1599
LI67C7
ppo
486.1
3. S i 6
.7434
P_219
ppb
504. S
4.8
.9509
8.2496
ppb
3649.
339.2
9.296
Co2286
PPb
497.5
1.554
. 3204
1?2790
C5t
496.8
3.9
.735
2203-1
PPb
485 4
6. "15
1.334
984934
PPb
507.4
.2.075
.4091
Cr267i
PPb
504.0
2.335
.4634
lr-2574
pop
438.5
1.54
.3107
2203-2
DPP
496.5
5.793
1.167
8e3130
PPb
457.9
2.015
.4046
Cu3247
ppb
5C1.5
4.395
.8765
Nc202C
see
532 :
..192
.237:
5b:C68
dps
17.3
4.386
.472
le#s
Units
Avge
SDev
WSJ
Heis
unts
0VCB
SOev
*R5D
1960-1
PPb
495.3
3.203
.6471
1i3349
PPD
498.2
1.096
.2201
1960-2
PPb
493.0
1.359
.2757
T11958
PPD
491.S
3.616
.7353
?fc2203
PPO
492.3
2.711
.55
v.2924
PPD
500.0
1.06
.2121
Sel560
opb
493.5
1.97
.3989
Zn2062
ppb
493,5
4.471
.906
5rl899
pot
431.9
I.583
.3284
Si 281
PPD
21:00
2416
II.24
Sn215
5pD
498.3
1.581
.3169
2 4 5

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Arl*sis Report Overages	Fr; 08-16-96 12:56:32 PM page 34
ttetrioJ: TRIAkGl2 Saipie Naie:	IC6/CCB Operator: DIN
Run Tue: 08/14/9* 01:43	Filenaie: 81596
noder COKC Type: B	CO'r. facta*: l.OOCOO
lab 10.:

Oust. SiPl. ID.:

Cyst.
ID.: 38139
ileis
*9^280
AI3082
As 1890
1.2196
Si4934
II313C
linits
ppb
PPb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb'
Avge
.1988
10.87
-2.731
3498.
.2270
.2804
SOev
.8442
5.124
.5162
258
..1422
.C97B
9RS0
425.6
47.13
18.91
7.376
71.44
34.86
[lets
Ca3179
CCZ265
CI4186
Co2236
Cr2677
Cu3247
I'm ts
ppt
P9t
ppb
PPt
put
PPt
Avge
-1.424
.2577
.9136
-.0637
1.401
-.4636
SDev
.2387
.3054
1.921
.1063
.3749
.#712
MSD
16.76
113.5
210.3
166.9
26.75
101.4
 1 ens
Fe27U
KJ66 t
115707
igi79:
t(n2576
Ho202S
U<"i ts
ppb
BOB!
ppb
P5t
ppb
ppb
Avge
5.149
.1045
.224:
. 7504
.2272
.4L91
SCev
4.'Lb
.02C3
.0858
4.951
.1993
.6525
$:
91.56
9.39
36.05
664,2
e\9S
155.1
tle5
NJ3302
Hi231e
PJK?
2203-1
2203-2
SS2C58
jnits
CSC
opt
PPD
pp:
ppc
ppb
fivge
-49.26
.482?
4.3E6
1.1(70
1.910
2.068
SOev
L5C.3
.6173
8.d<1
2 *21
2.49'
3291
W5D
3C5..
127.8
174.3
226.:
.30.8
15.94
:les
1960-1
1960-2
PP2203
Sei'eo
Snl899
Sr42li
Units
pos
3(6
5Db
tm
psb
PJb
^uce
2.tn
-2.302
1.6:1
-.6639
-2.091
: .2409
SOev
2.728
2.646
1.321
1.C7
2.40?
.124?
tRSC
;o r
114 9
81.05
161.2
115
51.35
:ls
Ti3349
TU90S
V_292i
Zr.2062
Si2S81

jnits
DPO
ppb
pet
POb
ppb

OvJS
.1790
1.363
.3933
-.2964
152^0.

SCev
.245'
2.62?
.3964
. i735
705.6

*RSD
137.1
190.5
ICO, 8
56.62
4.62

24G

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Analysis Rtpo't Averages
Fr; M-16-96 12:56:32 ?H page 35
Method; TRIAHSL2 Saiple Hut: 131-59-14*	3parator: SUM
Um Tin: 08/16/96 0i:5< 81596
code; CINC "ype: S Corr. factor:	l.OOCOO
.as 10,; Cust. Spl. ID.: Cust.	10,: 33139
Ellis

1(3130
Cd2265
Cr2&77
Pb2Z0J
SI2068
units
PP&
PPfe
ppb
PP&
pst
PPD
Avgi
LJ.ltJ
.-.0129
1-2.424
36."
.-3.920
16.27
SDev
2,8
.0641
.3365
1.292
.1.872
2.859
5D
77.9
496.3
1.506
3.516
47.76
17.57
247

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Analysis Report Averages
fri 0E-I6-96 12:56:32 PH page 36
Nfthod: TRI#*612 Saiple Naie: 131-S9-14C	Operator: OKH
Run Tiie: 08/16/96 01:59 Filenaie: 61596
Node: CONC Typt: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Ub ID.: Cust. Spl. ID.: Cust.	10.: 36129
EI MS	As 1890	Ie3130
Units	PDD	ppb
Avge 1533.	L-.0205
SCev	12.52	.066
MSD	.8168	321.5
C42265
Cr2&7?
Pb2203
Sb206E
PP&
ppb
ppb
PPt)
1.000
26.30
6.497
2874 .
.9011
3.235
.2.622
24.3
90.09
12.3
40.36
.8455

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Analysis Report Averages
fri 08-16-96 12:56:32 PH pigs 37
flstnod: FRIANS12 Saiple Na: 131-59-15A	Operator: DXH
*ui Ti; 08/16/96 52:04 filenaie: 81596
nodi: CONC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.0C0CQ
.Ji IC.: Cyst. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	*0.: 38139
Elees
ft$1390
8e330
Cd2265
Cr2677
P62203
Sb2068
Units
pp6
jpb
PPH
CPU
PPb
PPD
vge
11.33
1.0461
1.0748
22.16
9.939
34.98
SDe*
2.389
.024
.2585
1.571
.1.554
1.493
USD
21.65
52.05
345.5
7.09
15.64
4.268
249

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Analysis Rtp}~t Averages
fri 08-16-96 12:56:3? PN page 38
ffithod: TRIAKC12 Suple Kaie: 1J1-59-ISC	Operator: DIM
Run Tit: 08/16/96 02:09 filenue: 81S96
Mode: CONC Type; S Corr. factor:	1.00500
llt> 10.: Oust. Sip;. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
AS1190
8e3i30
C
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Analysis Seport Averages
fri 08-16-96 12:56:32 PK page 39
ftetnod: TR1ANSL2 Saiple Ka: 131-39-lofl	Qperato-: DKH
Run Tiis: OS/16/96 02:14 Filenaie: 1596
node: COKC Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
lap ID.: Oust. Spl. ID.: Cast.	10.: 3B139
Eleis	#sl890	8e3l30
Units	' ppb	pp6
fivje	16.42	..3613
SOev	3.564	.0049
S0	21.7	7.972
C (12265	Cr2677	P62203	Sb2068
ppD	ppD	ppD	ppO
l-l.340	21.28	1-2.263	25.33
.3403	1.981	.1.455	1.863
32.73	9.309	64.45	7.356

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Aiulysis Report Averages
fri 08-16-% 12:56:32 PN page 46
ftmi: TRIBK6L2 Suple Hue: lil-SVWB	Operator: DIH
Run liie; 01/14/94 62:19 riienue: 8:596
Kotfe: CONC Type: S Carr. factor:	1.90900
Ufc ID,: Cast. Sipl. IB.; Cast,	19,: 38139
11 US
#sl8M
mm
M2245
mm
Pb22D3
SM061
Units
ppts
ppb
PP&
ppt
PC*
puts
*9i
935.7
1-.01S7
L-.8804
24.34
2.186
1448
SOev
9.462
.0443
.4233
4.312
.2.08
24.75
SP
l.OU
423
70.8
16.4
72.04
.8949
252

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Analysis Repo': overages
Fri 08-16-96 12:56:32 m page 41
netnod: TRIAMS-.2 Saiple Naie: ;3l-59-i7A	Operator: Dud
Dun ?ie: 08/16/96 52:2* Filenaie: 81596
node: CQNC Type: 5 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Dust.	ID.: 38139
f:tis
Asl390
Se2l30
C42265
Cr2677
Pb220J
Sb206S
Units
PPt>
ppb
ppb
pot
ppb
PPb
Avge
20.0?
L.0185
L-.44.7S
23.48
1.0872
24.94
SDiv
1.836
.0138
.206?
1.705
.1.323
2.79
USD
B.999
74.64
46.2
7.263
1518
11.19
253

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.iJijjis MMt Average*
m ul-i$-9S l:56:i2 ph pag 42
net hod: TB1ANGL2 Siiple Nat:: 131-59-17C	Operator: 5KH
flun Tiie: 01 llif% 92:2?	niM: 815%
Hose: CONC	Typt: S	Corr. Factor:	LOQMO
lab ID,:	Cust Sipl. ID.:	Cast, It,: 38139
CI us
*51810
Be3130
Cd226S
Cr24?7
PM203
Sb2068
dm is
PPb
PPt
Dpt
PP6
PPt
PPb
kvi
1005.
L-.1J03
L-.595S
25.
*.321
186?.
SDtv
t.W
.0454
.1268
5.522
..$763
11.85
RSD
.uu
34.86
155.6
21.J
13.32
1.063

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Analysis Report Averages
fri 08-16-96 12:54:32 PN pige 43
Ntthod: TR1AH612 Siiplt Hue: 1J1-59-1W	Operator: DM
Run Tiae: 08/16/96 C5:18 fileiwie: 81596
Node: CONC Type: S Corr. ficto':	1.00400
lib ID.: Cust. Sapl. ID.: Oust.	ID.: 31139
Ellis
As 1890
8(3133
Cd226S
Cr2677
Pb2203
Sb2068
Units
PPb
PPt
PP6
PPb
PPb
PPb
Avge
11.671
L-.0061
1-1.270
24.06
1-.4357
12.52
SOiv
2.598
.0188
.024
.98
.9908
1.707
tRSD
15S.S
309.1
1.889
4.073
227.4
13.63
235

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Analysis Rpo't Averajes
in uB-U-96 U:S6:>*  page M
ilethod: TK1ANSL2 Saiple Mie: 131-59-19* CDS	Dperatpr; DKH
Sur Tiie: 08/li/96 02:23 filinaii: 81596
(lode: CDNC Type: 5 Ccrr. Factor:	1.00000
Lap ID.: Cust. Sipl. ID.: Cur.. ID.: 3813?
E1 ems
AS1890
8e3130
Cd2265
Cr2677
Fb2203
Sb206B
units
PPfc
PP6
cot
ppt)
PPb
PP6
Avgg
49.10
46.95
46.95
75.06
47.43
62.36
SDev
1.209
.1835
.0716
.IDSS
j.3<6
1.986
USD
2.626
.3911
.1526
.9272
2.859
3.185
3 "i B

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Analysis Repcr: rerjgs
f: 08-16-96 12:56:32 PB pjje 45
TRImW.2 Saipie Hue: IC*/CCV	Optritor: DKH
Dun 'lie: 08/16/96 03:31 filenaii: 81596
woe: :0NC type: B Corr. factor:	1.09000
Ut ID.: "wt. SipL 10.: Cust.	10.: 38139
Eleis
#53280
A13082
S189C
8.2496
114934
Be3130
Wits
ppb
PP&
ppb
PPb
PPb
ppt
Avje
506.8
520.7
495.3
3166.
509.7
499.0
SCev
3.031
10.04
2.104
492.3
J.508
.5966
MJD
.5981
1.929
.4248
15.55
.2959
.1196
Eltis
Uf1it5
Avge
SDev
MSO
tleis
Units
d.'Ss

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Ud.	.v^ Jt i
U)l0	... payv 46
Method: TRIADS.2	Saiple Hue: IC8/CCB	Operator: OIN
Rtn Tiie: 08/16/96 03:36 Filenw: 815%
MDflc: C3NC	fype: C Corr. factor:	1.00000
lab 30.:	Cust. Sipl. 10.: Cast.	IE.: 31139
tleis
A3280
A13082
AS1B90
8.2496
Ba4934
Be3130
Jnits
PP6
PPb
ppb
PPb
PPP
ppb
Avge
^ -.376?
0-I2(UZrA*-
"JIT. 6
.1005
-.68?:
SCev
.OUr . 7845
.5513
186.5
_.otei
.0086
*RSD
17.62
.6527
118.5
30.45
6.034
1.244
Eicis
Cj3179
Cd2265
Ce4186
C02286
Cr2677
Cu3247
Ur.its
ppb
PPb
ppb
ppb
ppt
m/
Avge
9.069
.3914
1.773
.6909
1.631
3-lf. B78
SOiv
.0928
.0347
.5494
.0693
.183
.0357
tnsD
1.024
8.862
30.99
10.04
11.22
.4022
Eleis
fe27H
K_766<
U6707
Ng2790
Xn2576
HO2020
Jnits
pd:
PW!
PP&
PPS
CPS
PPb
A-g 
.2534
.5736
.9496
-.7333
-.0470
-.3171
30ev
3.016
.0075
.0317
.4163
. 3 i: 3
.1233
iRSt
1:67
1.29?
3.333
56.7"
23.98
38.38
i .ess
Na3:C?
N:2316
'P.2149
22C3-1
2203-2
5b20ic
Jr::s
pps
spc
?pb
PPO
ppt
PDD
Avge
7.381
C 3/20 2
832.59
-6.448
2.307
-.2900
SCtv
104.1
.60 36
.4514
.7413
.3403
.0738
tRSD
132!
18.35
1.385
11.5
14.75
25.44
Cleis
1.960-i
1963-2
sb2203
Se!960
Snl399
Sr4215
Units
POD
P3t
PPt>
PPb
ppb
PPb
avge
14.46
-5.426
-.6083
-.8059
.1208
.0451
SOev
.4274
.7984
.0506
.4425
.3862
. 0078
ws?
2.?56
5.47;
3.315
54.91
319.3
17.36
>;es^
	 Ti3349
T119C8
V 2924
Zn2062
5:2881

I'V.tS
PPS
PC 5
ppb
ppt
ppt

ftvge
.1063
89.343
03.272
.1352
11890.

SOev
. C551
.3593
. 1606
.1171
1591

\Kl
50.11
3.8*6
1 '41
86.6'
13.39

2r)S

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Analysis Report Averages
Fn 08-16-96 12:56:32 PH page 47
Xethod: TRIAH612 Saiple *aie: IC8/CEB	Operator: MH
Dun Tne: 08/16/96 03:48 Filenaie: 31596
ftode: CONC Type: 9 Corr. factor:	l.OOODO
Lab 10.: Cust. 5pi, ID.: Cust.	ID.: 3113?
Eleis
Ag3280
A13082
A! 1B90
8.2496
8a4934
Be3l3C
Units
PPP
ppb
PPb
PPb
PPb
ppb
iwge
-.0727
17.00
-1.558
4333.
.0521
.1001
SOev
.6166
5.989
2.952
285.1
.0288
.026
3RSC
848
35.22
189.5
6.S79
*55.34
26
Eltis
Units
Avge
SOe*
tRSO
CaS279
ppt
-2.231
.7197
31.87
Cd2265
ppb
.0431
.171
396.5
Ce4186
ppb
1.992
1.S32
76.91
C022B6
ppb
-.4778
.3791
79.34
Cr26?T
ppb
2.407
.1698
7.054
Cu3247
PPb
-1.003
.3815
36,04
Eleis
fe27l4
K.7664
li670<
HO2790
*n2576
HO202C
Units
ppb
ppi
PPb
ppb
ppb
ppt
Avgi
9.522
.0885
-.0158
2.299
-.0005
-.0546
SOev
4.508
.0264
.047:
3.529
.0387
.2402
MSD
47.34
29. B6
300
153.5
7682
693.5
Ellis
Units
Avoe
SDev
5RSC
Na3302
DPb
-33.5C
n:
331.2
Ki2316
PPb
.4293
.183:
42.74
P.2149
ppt
5.:53
1003
190.9
2203-i
DPb
-2.336
2.11?
90.69
2203-2
JPS
-.06?!
2.093
3372
Sb206
PPb
2.79!
2.335
104.9
cieis
Units
Avoe
SDev
WSD
Eleis
Units
Pvge
SOev
SD
1960-1
PPB
1.179
.1045
7.062
TU349
PPb
.0842
.1082
128.5
1960-2
ppb
-1.75!
2.576
147.2
*11908
ppb
5.504
1.881
53.68
Pb2203
ppt
-.8194
1.094
133.6
v.2924
PPb
.6845
.3427
50.0/
Sel96C
ppt
-.>750
;.7oe
253.1
Zn2062
ppt
-.:4e;
.5056
34C
3nlS99
ops
-2.769
2.578
93.1
Si 2861
PPb
30583.
3787
12.39
Sr21i
ppt
.0259
.0139
37.59

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Analysis Report Averages
Fri 08-16-96 12:56:32 PK page 48
Hethod: TRIPK6L2	Saple itaie: I31-59-19A L	Operator: DKH
Run Tiie: 01/16/96	03:53	Filciuie: 81596
Hode: CDHC	Type: 5	Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.:	Cust. Sipl. IE.:	Cust. 10.: 33139
Eleis
As1890
fleil30
Cd2265
Cr2677
P62203
Sb2C6
UrutS
ppb
PPS
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ftvge
1-2.006
1.0952
L-.41S8
6.463
.-.557:
U.925
SOtv
3.028
.0498
.0929
.4151
,3579
1.238
*RSC
151
52.26
22.34
6.423
64.24
64.17
260

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Analysis Resort averages
Fri oa-!s-96 12:56:32 PH page 49
etho<: T8ISK5L2	Saiple M: I31-59-19C	Operator: D*H
Run Tm: 08/15/16 03:59 filena: 11596
Host: CONC	type: S Corf. Factor:	1.0C3C0
Lib 13.:	C.-st. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	ID,: 38139
Hill
 :m
stJ13C
Cd2265
Cr2i?T
PM203
$62063
Units
 9pfe
PCD
J?b
PB>
PC 5
POC
9
l-l1.00
L.OSll
3.609
12.59
4.834
LI.187
SDiv
.8CJ?
.0/01
.3122
2.423
.8429
2.406
*RSC
7.332

3.627
SI.77
17.44
202.3
261

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nettiod: TR1ANS12 Saioie Kaie: 131-59-19C PDS	Operator: OKH
Dun Ilie: 08/16/96 04:04 Filenaie: 61596
node: COHC Typ: 5 Corr. factor:	1.00000
lab ID.: Cust. Sad. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 3B139
Eleis
Asl890
Se3l3D
M2265
Cr2677
Pb2203
St2068
Units
Cpb
PP&
DPD
PPb
Pb
PPb
ftge
43.38
45.81
56.51
59.48
53.55
50.08
SOev
3.763
.0213
.1836
,769a
2.195
3.841
tKD
8.674
.0465
.3252
1.32?
4.098
7.668
2Br?

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Analysis Report Overages
fri 08-16-96 12:56:22 ?H page Si
letnod: TRIHNG12 Satple Nate: 131-59-19C L	Operator: OKK
Run rite: 08/16/94 04:09 Fiimu: 81594
Hode: CONC Type: 5 Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab IE.: Oust. Stpl. ID.: Oust. 10.: 36139
E1 eis
A51890
8e3130
Cd2265
Cr2677
Pb2203
SM06B
Units
ppb
ppb
ppb
PJb
ppb
ppb
Kvge
L-2.68C
1.0798
2.074
3.062
1.6380
L2.177
SOev
1.943
.048*
.1732
.3516
1.394
2.755
tm
72 5
61.22
0.351
11.48
218.5
126.6

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Analysis fiepor: Cuera^es
frj 08-16-96 12:56:32 PH page 52
iitthoo: TR1ANS12 Saiple Nan: 131-59-208	Operator: EKH
Rur. Iie: 08/16/96 04:14 filenaie: 81596
ooe: CONC Type: S Ccrr. Factor:	1.50000
UD ID.: Cjst. SiDl. ID.: Oust.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
AS1890
Be3l30
0(2265
Gr2677
Pb2203
Sb2068
Drr.s
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
PDB
evge
..5532
L.06E9
1-1.450
21.83
L .5326
11.45
Stev
;.2C1
.0161
.2307
1.757
1.55
3.116
t*SD
217
26,3
15.91
3.043
"265.6
27.21
2B 1

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Malysis Report Averages
Fri 08*16-96 12:56:32 'It cage 53
Method: TRIANG12	Siipie aae: 131-59-208 OS	Operator: DUD
3ufi Tiie: 08/16/94	04:19	Filtntat: 81596
Nofls: CONC	Type: S Corr. Factor;	l.OOOOC
Ub ID.:	Cust. Sapl. ID.: Oust.	10.: 38139
El BIS
AS1B9C
Be3130
CC2265
Cr2677
Pb2203
St)2D68
Units
ppb
ppb
DCO
PW
ppb
PSt
Avgi
1-.2532
1.0645
1-1.250
23.44
U .415
14.19
SDev
4.455
.0359
.1377
1.734
.7968
2.U5
MSD
1760
55.71
11.01
7.396
56.3
15,39
26 j

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Analysis deport Averages
fri M-16-96 12:56:22 Mt page 54
Nethod: TRIHNSL2 Saiple Nile: 131-59-20#	Operator: DKH
Run Ilie: 06/16/96 04:24 Filename: 81596
Node: CONC Type: S Corr. factor:	1.C0C0C
Lab ID.: Cjst. Sapl. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Eleis
Units
ftvge
SDev
MSO
ftslSSO
pptt
11.490
3.438
2 JO J
8e3i30
PPi
1.0352
.0121
34.45
Cd2265
PPP
L-1.42C
.2115
14.9
Cr2677
PPt)
24.24
1.589
6.556
#b2203
PP&
LI.642
2.C36
'124
S62068
PP6
15.93
2.552
16.02
26^

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Analysts P.esart
Ave-agss
Fri CB-16-96 12:56:32 PN page 55
lethod: THIWSL2 Saiole Naie: .3;-59-
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analysis Repo'l averages
> I '* Ufe ie-10 U, J&, } , (I
ge S6
neihotl: TRIAKL2	Saible Date: l3l-59-10A1084Di	Operator: DKH
Rur Tiie: 08/16/96	04:35	Filinaie: BI596
flcdt: CONC	Type: S Corr. Factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.:	Oust. Sipl. ID.:	Cusl. 10.: 38139
Eleis
9S1890
Be3l30
Cd2265
Cr2677
Pb2203
SP2068
Units
WD
PDt
ppb
ppb
apt)
PPb
Avge
1-5.546
L.0411
1-1.575
19.59
L-.4853
6.825
SOe*
1.59
.013
.4581
3.331
2.37S
2.764
tfiSD
28. 66
31.71
29.08
19.56
489.9
40.5
283

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dialysis Report Averages
fri 08-16-96 12:56:32 PH jage 5?
Method: TRIANS12 Sapie Hiae: ICV/CCV	Operator: DKK
Sun Tie: 08/16/96 04:41 fiienaie: 81596
Nofle: CONC Type: 3 Corr. factor:	1.00000
Lab ID.: Oust. Spl- 10.: Cust. 1C.: 38139
Eieis
Units
Av$i
30ev
tRSD
Ileis
units
Avge
SDev
;RS0
E} ecs
JMts
s/ge
SDev
S0
ile5
uiits
;.ae
SDev
vs:-
t less
:s
i-ii
Lets
Jrits
ivae
3 Hev
itiy
Ag3235
PPD
506.2
2.181
.4308
Ca3179
PPb
519.1
6.053
1.166
Fe2714
PPD
503.3
7.437
1. 4"6
Na3302
ppo
4798.
154.6
3.223
1960-1
DPP
489.1
l*.e8
2.593
';3j49
PPC
4Q4.6
.8673
.1754
A13082
ppb
527.3
14.59
2.766
C32265
PPb
497.4
1.378
.277
K.7664
ppis
5.066
.0097
1916
1i23l6
PPb
503.5
. 667
.1325
1960-2
ppt
s5.8
2.207
.4544
TU903
pot
491,5
2.545
.5796
AS1390
ppb
492.2
4.47'
.909?
Ce41S6
PPt
720.3
.0227
.003:
.16707
PPD
465.!
.3391
.1804
P.2K9
PPC
491.7
7.914
; .si
P52203
ppb
489.2
2.933
.5995
tf_2924
PPb
502.6
1.224
.2434
3.2496
ppb
2926.
56C.7
19.15
Co2 2B6
PP5
496.3
.5759
.1:6
Cj2'90
CDt
9S .9
3.637
.7395
2203-1
PPb
478.7
...21
2.341
Sel960
o:t
486.9
4.436
.911
Jn2062
3PD
496.6
3.395
.6836
Ba934
5PS
506.2
.'92
.1565
ZrZiV
ppb
510.3
2.495
.4383
lr2576
POP
501.1
1.225
.2445
*203-2
PPP
494.5
9.98
2.018
:fil99
PPb
476/6
.5386
113
S1233I
:pp
6975C
8582
12.3
8e313C
PPb
498.5
1.638
.3285
Cu2247
PPP
496.0
3.018
.6036
HO2020
PPb
501.0
1.2S2
.2559
Sb2068
ppb
504 S
1.381
.3712
Sr4215
:sb
493.3
,04'9
.0101
2Bn

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"fi.ysis Retort
fnaiysii Rtsor
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Jri tB-U-9fc 1< ?H page 5s
tlethod: fRISKCL2 Saipie Nate: KB/CCB	Operator: OKN
Sun Tiie: 08/16/96 04:46 Filenaie: 81596
node: CCNC Type: 3 Corr. Factor:	1.C000C
lap IC.: Cast. Sipl. IC.: Oust. ID.: 3BH9
leas
A93280
ft]3062
As 1890
8 2496


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PP&


ppb
ppb
ppb

.1375
24.36
-.2940
3C32.
.2907
.3014
SCev
.6494
5.374
4.047
454.3
.0842
.1133
RSD
472.3
22.06
13B3
14.98
28.97
37.6
Eies
Ca3179
CU2265
Ce4186
Cd2286

649.6
53,67
1064
230.5
934
99.59
lens
1943-1
1960-2
P522C3
Se1960
Sn189?
Sr4il5

DPS
PP5
PPO
ppb
ppt
pp:
j;oe
6.125
3.126
-.2:.l
4.125
-5.533
.3242
SDev
1.191
2.642
2.1C2
2.094
2.201
.115c
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/:' ^
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84.52
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50.76
39. i3
35. :i
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pot
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35.337
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.analysis Separt Avenges	f'i 08-16-'* 12:56-:32 1 ?a;e 59
f.etroo-. IRIANS12 iap:s *Je:	ICB/CC3	Operator: DHH
Rur I.is: XliblH 04:52	Fiieiaie: 81596
Node: COHC hw fl	Cor'. Factor:	l.OOCOO
UP IS.:

Oust. 5iPl. IC.:

Cast.
ID.: 38139
Eleis
AgJ280
513362
M1S9C
3.2496
8a4934
3e313C
Units
PP&
est
PPb
PPD
ppa
PPP
4vjt
-.0395
21.39
M*S.

.0568
.1266
SDev
.467
5.601

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-jm-

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118?
26,:sC_
1 7  F1 '
~"I5J:
"96.51
37.51
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:a3179
Cd2265
C4186
:c22S6
Cr2677
CU3247
Units
Cpb
Ppb
ppt
ppb
ppb
PPb
avje
-.8942
.C327
-.5387
-.8879
U2i
-1.270
SDev
.39
.3065
1.512
.1941
.9862
.1758
*RSD 
43.61
938
256. S
55.64^
36.13
13.84
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PP
ppe
pub
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ppp
ppb
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10.0-
.1546
.1451
-1.329
.0043
-.0253
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2.58*
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5 107
.039'
.4375
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25.61
17.35
32.S3
384.3
935.8
1698
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N'iSOi
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P.2149
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2203-2
SP2068
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DS5 ,
PPC
P5D
ppb
PPP
ppb
SKge
-5.?/
1.343
.2.00
2.642
. -1.923
.4381
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.Zv/i
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: .356
4.214
.4244
1.75s
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1..3
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22.07
400.3
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.1346
1.30/
5-2.162
1/014
"5.466
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.0937


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SO.7
'.511
3.3C5
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T;234S
Til 906
VJ924
Ir2C62
5i2881

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9Db
3CP
PPt
CPC
PDb

vge
1165
1.6C2
.6484
-.5313
36UC.

SDev
.1567
5.179
.1899
.5:72
4300

RS0
136.2
323.4
29,29
103.1
13.29

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Nfthoa: 1RIANGL2 Supli *ae: IC8/-CS	Operator: OKH
Run Tin: 08/14/96 04:58 filtnaie: 81596
Hode: COh: Type: 6 Crr. factor:	1,90000
1st ID.: Ctst. Sipl. ID.: Cust.	ID.: 38139
Asl890	8.2496
pp5	pps
-1.643 3472.
.7087	462.8
*3.15	13.33
Cel86	Co2286
ppb	P5fc
-.5223 -.4730
.400'	.6991
76.72	147.8
Eleis
Unus
Avge
SCtv
5RS0
Elws
Units
Avge
SD*
%RSC
El ess
Units
Avge
SOev
S0
Eieos
I'nits
avge
SOev
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mils
Av'CJ
SCev
*RS0
EltiS
Lni ts
Avgj
SDev
*RSC
Ag3280
ppp
-.2901
.4915
169.1
Ca3179
CDfc
-2.860
,5413
18.92
Pe2*14
PPt
i.i05
d.872
il'.S
Mj302
PSD
-70.54
.31
142.4
I960-:
ds:
.SiS
'.349
51.bi
Ti334?
PPfc
-.04F
.1772
148.9
A13062
PPP
21.61
4.521
20.94
Cd2265
PEP
-.1443
,1275
85.34
S.766'
CDS
.1518
C304
<0.3!
Hi23U
5pt
.9225
.3447
91.57
1940:2
PP5
-.1869
2.56
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*11908
PP:
2.798
5.338
190.3
,1670/
PPC
.1161
.0527
45.4
P.2149
ddc
.0574
:.04
8813
s 1)2 203
583
.iJ23
j 455
KC2
v.2924
cot
.641
i.C4:
149.7
*92790
PDb
1.380
i.ei
276
22C3-:
PDD
-1.071
4.954
462.5
Ss196C
5PC
J. 399
1,371
93.74
Zn2C62
PPt
-.1231
.2352
191.1
834934
ppp
.0124
.0672
542.8
Cr26"7
ppb
2,021
.87
43.05
Hr,2576
DDt
-.C42:
.0805
195.9
2203-2
IPS
. 7333
2.16
338.2
Snl8?9
ppc
-2.940
2.70-!
92.08
Si286l
opb
281C3.
309C
11
8e3130
ppb
.1063
.0423
39.79
Cu32n
ppb
-1.257
.1552
12.35
NO2020
ppb
-.13:5
.7562
558
S&2063
ppb
1.260
3.448
273.7
Sri215
ppc
.033?
.3149
~4.92
2"7~

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Analysis fiepa't v-ages
fr: 08-14-96 12:56:32 ?H pa 6i
BethoC: TRIANS12 Saiple Kae: ICSA8	Operator: 0'
Run Tiie: 08/16/96 05:03 fiUftaie: 81=96
lod: C3NC Type; 8 Corr. facto-:	1.00000
Lab ID.: Oust. Sal. IE-: Cost. ID.: 38139
 Isas
9g328D
413082
SS189C
6.24SS
6a4934
Be3130
l/ni :s
PPb
spb
ppb
ppb
ppb
)PD
Svge
551.3
*87600,
530.6
5132.
528.9
512.6
SDev
.8442
3241
1.389
491.3
1.988
1.622
4RS0
.1535
.6646
.2618
9.63?
.357
.3164
tles
Ca31?9
Cd22t5
Ce4186
CC228t
Cr2677
CU3247
Jr.us
ppo
PPt
ppb
ppb
CDC
5Ct
flxge
J59800.
483.7
737.3
473.5
493.5
547.1
SDev
2304
1.203
.4679
1.391
2.23
3.871
4RSC
.5012
.2487
.0635
.2938
.462
.7076
Eleis
r*e2H4
K.7664
.iS707
Pg2790
nn2576
Ho2020
Jnitj
PPb
5CI
PPb
ppb
PDb
Obb
Avge
174600.
21.93
62.. 1
5C55C5.
533 j
55E.4
SDev
395.2
.0144
.7:16
492.:
1.925
1.391
SC
.2264
.0657
. 1146

.3607
.2736
;le*s
NaJJ02
N'2316
'.2149
2203-1
2'C3-2
5b206E
Units
so:
pot
PPP
PP5
?PC
ppb
avge
346.
430.1
539.0
9
:07.3
504. C
SCev
ise.c
1.485
18.09
6.:77
9.2S5
3.51
IPSO
2.=;
.3093
3.357
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1.74)
 l!IS
I960-.
1960-2
3b2203
Sel90
Snl69
S'42i5
uni ts
PPC
ppb
PPS
DSD
C3t
pob
Avge
539.9
5C3.0
494.5
515.3
5C9.3
22.7
SOsv
19.99
6.71
4.259
:..T64
2.513
1.306
SD
3. "03
1.334
.8579
i.::s
.4934
.1921
.ess
'13349
U19C8
v_2924
ln2062
Si238l

l)r;ts
BSS
pob
ppb
5DC
OBD

JvIC
503.3
486.9
505.3
455.4
25S5.

SCev
.5122
3.975
2.133
5.0-42
3391

5RSC
. :ci3
.8164
.422
1.105
13.25

273

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ip'.l
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0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
43
49
50
5'
52
3
Vc' une: * 00 it-
.11 ';U. V M U . \ W I 
Nominal Weight: 1.0 o
Sample ID	Weight	Dilution
STD BLANK
STD=C.2 ug/Lv
STD2-3.5 ug/L
STD3=1.0 ug/L
STD4=2.0 ug/L
STD5=5.0 ug/L
STD6=10.0 ug/L
ICV=4.0 ug/L 
ICB
CHECK LO
38139 MB1
38139 MB1 D
38139 LCS1
38139 LCS1 D
131-59-1D
131-59-10 0
131591D HS
131591D MSD
131-59-1ABC
131-59-1ABC D
CCV1=6.0 ug/L <
cca:
13* -59-1E
131-59-1E D
131-59-1F
13i_59_1P 0
131-59-2ABC
131-59-2ABC 0
131592 E
13" 592E D
131-59-2P
13*. 592F D
CCV2=6.0 ug/L
CCB2
131592 D
131592D D
131-59-2D MS
131-59-2D MSD
131-59-3ABC
131-59-3ABC 0
131-59-3E
"31-59-3E D
131-59-3F
131-59-3F D
CCV3=6.0 ug/L ,
CCB3
131-59-5A04B
131-59-5AD4B D
131-59-5SC
131-59-5BC D
1315 9 5 B
131-59-55 D
131-53-5E
- 21-59-5= D
2 (

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Loc
54
5S
56
57
53
S3
6C
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
8C
81
82
83
Sample "	We-ght	Cilufan
 31-59-6A
"31-E9-6A j
CCV4:6.0 ug/L :
CC8-
'31-59-30
* 31-59-30 :
"31-59-30 MS
131-59-33 SMD
131-59-68
131-59-68 :
131-59-60
131-59-6D 3
131-59-6C
"131-59-6C D
CCV5=6.0 ug/. ;
CCB5
131-59-7A
131-59-7A D
13159 7 B
131-59-78 3
131-59-70
131-59-70 D
131-59-8A
131-59-8A D
1315 98B
131-59-8B D
131-59-8D
131-59-80 D
CCV6=6.0 ug/L ^
CCB6

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E'ement: Ha2	Analyst: CRQKER
Print Data: Main+Sjoc";.	Peak Storage; None
Pr-nt: Calic. Curve
Remarks:
STANDARDS: 2-105-1
GC= 2-1C5-2
INSTRUMENT: 5100
Wavelength: 253.7 Peak
Signal Type: AA
Reac! Time: 30.C
SamDle Replicates: *
Standard ReDlicates: 1
-LAME:
F'ame Type: Air
Oxidant Flow: 10.0 L./min
Technique: HHS
Slit: 0.7 Low
Signal Measurement:
Read Delay: 1.0
Version: 7.01
Peak Height (5}
Flame Sensor: On
Fuel Flow: 2.0 L/m1n
CALIBRATION:
Solutions
j
10
Cone J
Calio. Blank
| STD
BL<
...	 
Standard 1
; STD
1
0.200!
Standard 2
; STD
2
0.500!
Stancard 3
;std
3
i.ooo;
Standard a
t STD
4
2.000!
Standard 5
ISTD
5
5.000',
Standara 6
!ST0
6
10.000!
Ca"ibration
Units
ug/L
Sample
Ca".ibration Type:
Linear

QC:
Matrix Check Calculat'ons:
X Difference for Dupls: No
% Recovery for Spike: No
Locations:
Locations:	Cone:

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E'erre-,-. File: HG_.ME_	E'erreni: Nc3	^ive'engf": 253.7
Date: 03/06/96	"me: 05:12	Snt: o'.l L
Data Pi'e: AB575.3AT	ID/Wt rile: A3575.IDW	_amo Current: 0
Techmaue: MHS	Cal'fc. "ype: .inear	Energy: 7
Remarx 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
Remarx 2: CC= 2-105-2
Hg2 ID: STD BLANK	Seq. No.: 00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 03/06/96
Seelicsts 1	Time: 08:13
Peak Area ,'a-s): 0.023	Peak Height (A): C.001
Blank Corrected Dk Heignt (A): 0.CC1
Auto-zero oerformed.
Hg2 ID: STD1=0.2 ug/L	Seq. No.:	00004 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/06/96
RepHcate 1	"ime: 08:15
Pea< Area (A-s): 0.119	Peak Height (A): 0.005
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.005
Standard number i applied. [0.200}
Correlation coefficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0261
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Sample abs. 1s greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 08:16
Peak Area (A-s): 0.331	Peak Height (A): O.QH
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.014
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.554
Standard number 2 applied. [0.500]
Correlation coefficient: C.9962S	Slope: 0.0285
Hj2 ID: STD3= 1.0 ug/L	Sec. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Samole abs. Is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 08:17
Peak Area (A-s): 0.691	Peak Height (A): 0.030
BlanK Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.030
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.055
Standard number 3 applied. [1.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99854	Slope: 0.0298
g,> ID: ST04=2.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00007 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Sample abs. is greater than that a* the largest standard.
Replicate i	Time: 08:18
Peak Area (A-s): 1.4.39	Peak Height (A): 0.067
Blank Corrected Pk He-ght (A): 0.067
Concertrat"on (ug/L ): 2.248

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itanaarc nutiDer 4 acpnec. u'.uuuj
Correlation coefficient: 0.95638	Slope: 0.0326
-fg2 ID: STD5=5.0 ug/L	Sea. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Sample abs. is greater thar that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 08:19
5eak Area (A-s): 3.332	Peak Heignt (A): 0.176
fllanK Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.176
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.395
Standard number 5 applied. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99876	Slope: 0.0348
Hg? ID: STD6=10.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00009 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Seollcate 1	Time: 08:20
Peak Area (A-s): 8.239	Peak Height (A): 0.368
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.368
Concentration (ug/L ): 10.577
Standard number 6 applied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99925	Slope: 0.0364

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E'err-e-t = * 1 e: H3_.^EL	E'eirent: Hg2	rtavele-ctn: 253.7
Oace: 08/36/96	Time: 08:2"	Sl't: C.? l
Data Fi',e: AB575.0AT	ID/Wt Fi'e: AB575.IDW	Lamp CjTent: 0
Tecrmque: MHS	Car-o. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
RemarK 1: STANDARDS= 2-105-'
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
h j Display Calibration - C:\MJJSER\MJIIES\ELENENT\HG_.HEL
~
0.368- ^

i y-'SS
| X*"
Nonlinear
S4 Corr. Coef.: 0.99998
:pE^S3 Slope: 0.0259
0.0 Concentration 10.000


I
4

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Elerrent File: HG^K'tL	E'ement: Ha"	Nave'engtn: 253.7
Cate: 06/06/96	T:me: 03:22	S1-t: 0.7 L
Data File: AS5?5.DAT	ID/Wt File: ABS75.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Technique: MHS	Calib. Type: Nonlinear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
fiemar*. 2: QC= 2-105-2
-tg2 ID: ICV=.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 0001C A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:23
Peak Area (A-s): 3.264	Peak Height (A): 0.147
Blank Corrected Pk He'ght (A): 0.147
Concentration (ug/L 5: 4.194
Hg2 ID: ICS	Seq. No.:
Reolicate i
Peak Area (A-s): -0.014
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentrator (ug/L ): -0.019
00011 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/06/96
Time: 08:24
Peak Height (A): -0.001
Hg2 ID: CHECK LO	Seq. No.:
Reolicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.127
Blank Correcteo Pk Height (A): 0.006
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.207
00012 A/S Pas.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:26
Peak Height (A): 0.006
Hg2 ID: 3813S MB1	Seq. No.: 00013 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/06/96
Reclicate 1	Time: 08:27
Peak Area (A-s): -0.019	Peak Height (A): -0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (a): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.023
Hg2 ID: 38139 MBl D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
PeaK Area (A-s): -0.020
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (gg/L ): -0.031
00014 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:28
Peak Height (A): -0,001
Hg2 ID: 38139 LCS1	Seq. No.: 00015 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:29
Peak Area (A-s): 3.944	Peak Height (A): 0.170
Blan< Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.170
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.80S
H=2 ID: 38139 LCS1 D
Seq. Nc.: 00016 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/06/96

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?6s""-cate
pea<; A^ea (a-s : 3.953
Blank Corrected Pk Height 'A):
Concent:rat ion '^g/L 4.861
T"me: 03:30
?eak Heichi; (A): 0.172
0. 172
HC2 ID: 13159lD	Sec. No.:
Reoncate 1
DeaK Area (a-s): 0.013
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.C01
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.0*9
00017 A/S POS.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:3*
Peak Height (A): 0.001
hc2 ID: *'31-59-10 C	Sep. Nc.: 00018 A/S Pos. :  Date: 08/06/96
fieciicate 1	Time: 08:32
Peak Area (a-s): 0.008	Peak He'ght (a): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.C15
Hg2 ID: 131-5S-1D MS	Seq. No.: 00019 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:34
Peak Area (A-s): 2.475	Peak Height (a): 0.107
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.1C7
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.144
Hg2 ID: 131-59-10 MSD Seq. No.: 00020 A/S Pes.: -- Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:35
Peak Area (A-s): 2.442	=>eak Height (A): 0.106
Blank Corrected Pk He'ght (A): 0.106
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.098
Hg2 ID: 131-59-1 ABC	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.022
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.031
00021 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:36
Peak Height (A): 0.001
Hg2 ID: 131591ABC D Seq. No.: 00022 A/S Pas.: -- Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:37
Peak Area (A-s): 0.018	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.031
Hg2 ID: CCV1=6.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00023 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 08:38
Peak Area (A-s): 3.753	Peak Height (A): 0.*70
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 3.17C

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Hg2 ID: CCBl	Seq. No.: 00024 A/S POS.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:40
PeaK Area (A-s): -0.012	Peak Height (A): -0.000
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/<- ): -0.012
[Hg2 ID: 131-59-1E	Seq. No.:
Reclicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): -C.006
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug./L ): 0.000
00025 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:41
Peak Height (A): 0.000
Hg2 ID: 131-59-1E D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
eak Area (A-s): -0.C15
Blank Correctea Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.019
00026 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:42
Peak Height (A): -0.001
(Hg2 ID: 131-59-1F	Seq. No.: 00027 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
iReplicate 1	Time: 08:44
Peak Area (A-s): 0.195	PeaK Height (A): 0.009
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.009
I Concentration (ug/L ): 0.309
I Hg2 ID: 131-59-1F D	Seq. No.: 00028 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 08:45
Peak Area (A-s): 0.203	Pea* Height (A): 0.009
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.009
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.326
Hg2 ID: 131-59-2ABC	Seq. No.: 0C029 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
;Replicate 1	Time: 08:49
Peak Area (A-s): 0.040	PeaK Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
|Concentration (ug/L ): 0.072
Hg2 ID: 131-59-2ABC D	Seq. No.: 0C030 A/S Pos.:  Date: Q8/06/96
Reo'icate i	Time: 08:50
Deak Area (A-s): 0.045	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): C.002
Concentration (ug/~ ): 0.072

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>-g: IC: 131-59-2E	Seq. No.: 00031 A/S Pos. :  Date: 08/06/96
Recreate *	Time: 08:51
Pea* Area (A-s"i: -0.006	Peak Height (A): 0.C00
Blank Correctec Pk Heignt (A): O.OOD
Concentration (ug/t ): 0.000
Hg2 !D: 131-59-2E D	Seq. No.:
Reolicate 
Peak A."ea (A-s): -O.OGB
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Corcentration (ug/L ): -Q.00S
00032 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:52
Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hg2 ID: 131-59-2F	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 1.534
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.069
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.086
00033 A/S Pas. :  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 08:53
Peak Height (A): 0.069
Hg2 ID: 131-59-2F 0	Seq. No.: 00034 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:55
Peak Area (A-s): 1.616	Peak Height (A): 0.072
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.072
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.194
Hg2 ID: CCV2=6.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00035 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 08:57
Peak Area (A-s): 4.062	Peak Height (A): 0.184
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.184
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.174
Hg2 ID: CCB2	Seq. No.: 00035 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time- 08:59
Peak Area (A-s): -0.011	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.008
Hg2 ID: 131-59-20	Sec. No.: 00037 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:00
Peak Area (A-s): 0.024	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.035
Ho2 ID: 131592D D
Seq. No.: 00036 A/S Pos.: 
Date: 08/C6/96

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1 I I . V . U I
Pea* Height (AV. 0.002
0.0C2
Hg2 ID: "31-59-20 MS	Seq. Nc.: 00039 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:03
Peak Area (A-s): 3.313	Peak Height (A): 0.150
B'arm Corrected ?k heignt (A): 0.150
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.292
Hg2 ID: 131-59-20 HSD Seq. No.: 00040 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Recreate 1	Time: 09:04
Peak Area (A-s): 2.930	Peak Height (A): 0.127
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.127
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.673
Hg2 ID: 131-5S-3ABC	Seq. No.: 00041 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:06
Peak Area (A-s): 0.0^1	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.069
Hg2 ID: 131-59-3A8C D	Seq. No.: 00042 A/S Pos.:  Date: 06/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:07
Pea; Area (A-s): 0.040	eak Heignt (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.069
Hg2 ID: 131-59-3E	Seq. No.: 00043 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Recreate 1	Time: 09:08
Peak Area (A-s): C.011	Pea* Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.023
Hg2 ID: 131-59-3E D	Seq. No.: 00044 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:09
Peak Area (A-s): 0.018	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.038
Hg2 ID: 131-59-3F	Sec. No.:
Reclicate 1
Peak Area (a-s): j.9".4
Blan* Co-rectec P< (-eight (A): C.172
00045 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:10
Pea He'ght (a): 0.172
231

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Concentration (-g/L >: 4.86c
Hg2 ID: 12"-59-3- D	Seq. NO.: 00046 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/36
Replicate 1	Time: 09;i1
Peak Ares (A-s"!: 4.013	PeaK Height (A): C.178
S'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.178
Concentration (jg/l ): S.039
Nc2 ID: CCV3=6.0 ug/L Sea.. No.: 00047 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/06/96
Reo'ncate 1	Time: 09:14
Peak Area (A-sl: 4.109	Peak Height (a): 0.185
B'ank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.185
Concentration (ug/l ): 5.213
Hg2 ID: CCB3	Seq. No.: 00048 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:15
PeaK Area (A-s>: -0.009	Peak Height (A5: -O.COO
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration ^ug/L ): -0.008
Hc2 ID: 131-59-5AD4B	Seq. No.: 00049 A/S os.:  Data: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:17
Peak Area (A-s): -0.000	PeaK Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): O.OCO
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.004
Hg2 ID: 131-59-5AD4B D Seq. No.: 00050 A/S Pas.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.002
91ank Corrected Pk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.004
Time: 09:18
Peak Height (A): 0.000
0.000
Hg2 ID: 131-59-5BC	Seq. No.: 00051 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:19
Peak Area (A-s): -0.019	PeaK Height (A): -fl.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.016
Hg2 ID: 131-59-5BC D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): -0.019
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.027
00052 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:20
PeaK Height (A): -0.001
2 S3

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-ig: ID: 131-59-65	Seq. No.:
Reoiicate i
=eah Area (A-s,: -0.020
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.023
00053 A/S Pos;:  Date: 06/06/95
Time: 09:22
Peak Heignt (A): -0.001
'HS2 ID: 131-59-5B D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
5eaK Area 'A-s): -C.018
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.023
00054 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:24
Peak Height (A): -0.001
Ha2 ID: 131-59-5E	Seq. No.: 00055 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:25
Peak Area (A-s): 0.024	Peak Height (A): 0.001
31ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.035
-fg2 ID: 13*-59-5E D	Sea. No.: 00056 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 09:26
^eak Area (A-s): 0.022	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.035
Hg2 ID: 131-59-6A	Seq. No.: 00057 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:28
Peak Area (A-s): -0.009	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.016
Hg2 ID: 131-59-6A D	Seq. No.: 00058 A/S "os.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:29
Peak Area (A-s): -0.C19	Peak Height (A): -0.001
Slank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.019
^2 ID: CCV4=6.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00059 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
dedicate 1	Time: 09:33
3eak Area (A-s): 4.360	Peak Height (A): 0.198
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.198
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.55?
Hc2 :C: CCB*
Sec. No.: 0C06C A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96

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frec'i'cais 1	iine: 9:3
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Hc2 ID: 13*59 6D D	Seq. No.:
ReDlicate 1
Pea* Area (A-s): -0.0C7
Blank Corrected Pk Heigh* (A): -O.OOC
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.008
00068 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:43
Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hc2 ID: 131-5S-6C	Seq. No.: 00069 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 03:44
Pea* Area (A-s): 0.021	Peak Height (A): 0.001
B'a.nk Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/. ): 0.038
Hc2 ID: 13--69-6C.D	Seq. No.:
Rep'icate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.06C
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concent rat-on (ug/L ): 0.124
00070 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:45
Peak Height (a): 0.003
Hg2 ID-: CCV5=6.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 0C071 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:48
Peak Area (A-s): 4.176	Peak Height (A): 0.169
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.189
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.306
Hg2 ID: CCB5	Seq. Nc.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.Oil
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.008
00072 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:49
Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hg2 ID: 13159 "7A	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): -0.017
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.023
00073 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:50
Peak Height (A): -0.001
hg2 ID: 13*-59-7A C	Seq. No.: 00074 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate i	Time: 09:51
Peak Area (A-s): -0.017	Peak Height (A): -0.001
Blanx Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -C.023

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 Hc2 ID; i3-59-7B	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
PeaK Area (A-s): -0.C22
Blank Corrected k Height (A): -Q.Q01
Concentration (ug/L ): -0-035
00075 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:52
Peak Heignt (A): -C.001
H=2 ID: 13159 7B D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
seaK Area (A-s): -0.024
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.039
00076 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 09:53
Peak Height (A): -0.0C1
Hg2 ID: 131-5S-7D	Seq. No.: 00077 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:54
Peak Area (A-s): 0.080	Peak Height (A): 0.003
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.124
HC2 ID: 131-59-7D D	Seq. No.: 0007B A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:55
Peak Area (A-s): 0.C79	Peak Heignt (A): 0.003
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.124
Hg2 ID: 131-59-6A	Seq. Mo.: 00079 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:57
Peak Area (A-s): -0.016	Peak Height (A): -0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.019
Hg2 ID: 131-59-8A D	Seq. No.: 00080 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 09:58
Peak Area-(A-s): -0.015	Peak Height (A): -0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.023
Hc2 ID: 13159SB	Seq. No.: 00081 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:59
Peak Area (A-s): -0.017	Peak Height (A): -0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.027
Hg2 ID: 131-59-8B D
Sec. No.: 00082 A/S Pos.
Date: 08/06/96

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Recreate 1
Pea". Area (A-s): -0.C16
Blark corrected Pk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.027
Time: 10:00
Peak Height (A): -0.0C1
-0.001
HgZ ID: 131-59-8D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.049
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.069
00083 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/06/96
Time: 10:01
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Hg2 ID: 131-59-8D D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (a-s): 0.054
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.084
00084 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 10:02
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Hg2 ID: CCV6=6.0 ug/L	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 4.374
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.196
Concentration (ug/t ): 5.499
00085 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 10:03
Peak Heignt (A): 0.196
g2 ID: CCB6	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): -O.OOS
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.008
00086 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Time: 10:04
Peak Height (A): -0.000

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j/*s"-gnT.
jannle vclume: "02 t,_
Ans^ysi: CR3KE3
Ncmina" We" gm: 1.0 g
ICC .
Samole ID	Weight.	D'lut'on
u
fjlfa
0	STO BLANK
1	STD"=C.2 ug/LN.	3^/3^ ^eufooJL,
3	3TC-3=1.C u=/ \ j .(tf.f
t.	ST04=2. C ug/. / ' ^ v
5	STD5=5.0 ug/- /	S/7fa
6	ST06=10.0 ug/L/
7	ICV=4.C ug/L
5	ICB
9	CHECK LC	a/'r
0	38139 MB2
'1	33139 MB2 D
12	38139 LCS2
13	38139 LCS2 D
14	131-59-7C
15	131-5S-7C D
16	131-53-7C NS
7	131-59-7C MSD
*8	131-55-8DE
19	131  598DE 0
20	CCV1 = 6.0 ug/'- ^ -/clT-A
21	CC81	,
22	131-59-9A
23	131-59-9A 0
24	131-59-9BC
25	131-59-9BC D
26	131-59-95
27	131-59-9E D
25	131-59-90
29	131-59-90 D
3C	131-59-90E
31	131-5S-9DE D
32	CCV2=6.0 ug/L A-/C5'+
33	cc82
34	131-59-8C	ffinit
35	131-59-8C D
36	131-59-8C MS
37	131-59-SC MSD
38	131-59-11A
39	131-59-11A D
40	131-59-11BC
41	131-59-11BC D
42	131-53-1 IB
43	131-59-11B D
44	CCV3=S.O ug/L
45	CCB3	%
46	131-59-11D	fhfW,
47	131-59-110 D
48	131-59-1 IDE
49	131-59-1 IDE 0
50	131-59-12A
51	131-59-12A 0
52	131-59-12B
52	1 31-5 5-* 2B 0
231

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.oc.
54
c c
56
57
58
59
6C
61
52
63
64
65
65
67
68
69
70
7i
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
5amo';e ID	height	Dilution

CCV4T5.0 ug/L	"
CCB4
 31-59-13C
131-59-13C C
131-5S-13C MS
1315913C NSD
131-52-14B
131-5S-14B D
131-5S-14C
131-5S-14D DX10
131-5S-14DDX10D
131-59-14DE
13159 T4DE D
CCV5=6.0 ugA 2-fCS-^
CCB5
131-5S-6DE
131-59-oDE D
*.31-59-1FG
131-59-1FG D
131-59-2FG
131-59-2FG :
13"-55-3FG
131-5S-3FG D
131-5S-5E=
131-59-EEF D
13*-59-7DE
131-59-7DE C '
CCV5=6.C u9/- 2"tcS "fa
CCB5
%lii.
231

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i'lemsnt: ngi	Analyst: CRCKER
=r"nt Data: Ma:n-Sjpol.
Peak Storage: Nore
Cal Id. Curve

Jorsrvc


STANDARDS: 2-105-


CC= 2-1C5-2


INS~RUMENT: 510:

Tecnnicue: HHS vers'on: 7.ci
wavelength: 253.7
De3k
Slit: 0.7 low
Signal Type: AA

Signal Measurement: =eaK Height (5)
Peaa Time: 3C.0

Reao Deiay: 1.0 BCC Time: 2
Sarp^e Replicates:
1

Stancarc Rep'icates: 1

:.AHE:


r'ame Type: Air

Flame Sensor: On
Oxicant Flew: 10.C
L/mm
Fuel Flow: 2.0 L/mm
CALIBRATION:


Solutions
ID
Cone ;
l
Ca'ib. Blank J STC
3LK
l
Staraard 1 |STD
*
0.200!
Standard 2 ;STC
2
0.500;
Standard 3 ISTD
3
1.000;
Standard 4 ISTD
4
2.0C0!
Standard 5 !STO
5
s.ooo;
Standard 6 |STD
6
io.oco;
Ca* iteration Units
ug/L
Sample Units: ug/L
Calibration Type:
Linear

2C:
Hatnx ChecK Calculations:
% Difference for Dupls: No Locations:
% Recovery fo- Spike: No	locations:	Cone:

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c -ene.it nle: HG_.MEl	Element: Hg2	Wavelenatn: 253.?
Date: 08/07/96	Time: 11:42	Slit: CL7 L
Data ci1e: A3576.DAT	IO/Wt Pile: AB576.IDW	Lamo Current: 0
Tecnnique: MHS	Calib. Type: Linear	fne'gy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
Ha2 ID: STD BLANK	Seq. No.: 00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
ReD"icate 1	Time: 11:43
Pea* Area fA-s): -0.001	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Correctec Pk Heignt (A): 0.000
Auto-zero performed.
H?2 ID: STD1=0.2 ug/L
Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.: 
Date: 08/07/96
Reelicate 1
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.147
Blank Corrected ^k Height (A): 0.006
Time: 11:44
Peak Height (A): 0.006
Standard number 1 applied. [0.200]
Correlation coefficient: 1.00000
Slope: 0.0306
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L Seq. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Sample abs. 1s greater than that of the largest standard.
Reolicate 1	Time: 11:45
Peak Area (A-s): 0.386	Peak Height (A): 0.016
B^ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.016
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.528
Standard number 2 aoplied. [0.500]
Ccr-elation coefficient: 0.99892	Slope: 0.0321
Hg2 ID: STD3=1.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Samole abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Reolicate 1	Time: 11:46
Peak Area (A-s): 0.739	Peak Height (A): 0.033
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.033
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.029
Standard number 3 applied. [1.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99958	Slope: 0.0328
H=2 ID: STD4=2.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00007 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/07/96
SainDle abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 11:49
?esk Area (A-s';: 1.5'6	Peak Height (A): 0.068
BlanK Correctec k Height (A): C.Q66
Sc.-iCentrat ion ( ye/L ): 2.085

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Siansard numcer - acci-eo. u.CCO]
Ccrre'at'on ccef f ~ cier.i; 0.99547	Slcoe: C.C339
Hg2 ID: S7C5=5.C ug/L	Seq. No.: Q0Q08 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/07/96
Sano'e abs. is greater than thai of the largest stancaro.
3epl-.cate 1	Time: 1':50
Pea* Area (A-s",: 3.'53	Pea* Height (A): 0.172
Blank Corrected Pk height fA1: 0.172
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.073
Standard numoer 5 applied. [5.COO]
Correlation coefficient: 0.999S1	Slope: 0.0343
Hg2 ID: STD6=10.C ug/L Sec. No.: 00C09 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Samole abs, is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 11:51
?eaK Area (A-s): 7.577	Peak Height (A): 0.342
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.342
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.984
Standard number 6 applied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99998
Slope: 0.0342

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Element ~ t 1 e: r.G_.MEu	Element: Hci	Wave length: 253.7
Date: 05/07/96	Time: 11:51	SUt: 0.7 (.
Data F-le: ABS'c.DAT	10/wt File: AB576.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Tecnmcue: MNS	Caiib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS^ 2-105-1
Remark 2: QC= 2l252
M| Display Calibration - O:\fifl_USER\flflJILES\ELEHEHT\HG_.NEL
~
0-342"
.X
j . r>-
 S5

.Bn* Linear
p^" M Corr. Coef.: 0.99990
p0STS3 SIdoe: 0.6342
0 0 Concentration 10.000


a
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E'ement Fi'e: HG_.ML
Date: 03/07/96
Data File: AB576.DAT
Tecnn-que: MHS
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
Element: Hg2
Time: 11:54
ID/Wt File: AB576.IDN
Cal^b. Type: Linear
Wavelenetn:
Slit: 0.7 I
Lamp Curren
Energy: 75
253.7
Hg2 ID: ICV=4.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00010 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/07/96
Reolicate i	Time: 11:55
Pea* Area (A-s): 2.999	Peak Height (A): 0.135
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.135
Concentration (ug/'_ ): 3.929
Hg2 ID: yi\l\Jx	Seq. Nc.: 00011 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Repiicate 1 ^	Time: 11:56
Peak Area (A-s): 3.061	Peak Height (A): 0.132
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.132
Concentration (ug/l ): 3.867
Hg2 ID: ICB	Seq. No.: 00012 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 11:57
Peak Area (A-s): 0.010	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.000
Hg2 ID: CHECK L0	Seq. No.: 00013 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Repl'cate 1	Time: 11:58
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.167	Peak Height (A): 0.007
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.007
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.199
Hg2 ID: 38139 MB2	Seq. No.: 00014 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:00
Pea< Area (A-s): -0.001	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.003
Hg2 ID: 38139 NB2 0	Seq. No.: 00015 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:01
Peak Area (A-s): -0.000	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.012
Hg2 ID: 38139 LCS2
Seq. No.: 00016
A/S POS.
Date: 08/07/96

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Recreate i
Pea- Area {A-s: 3.952
Blanx Corrected P< Heigh:, (A):
Concentration Ug/L 5.16;
"ine: '2:02
Peak Hei grt (A): 0.177
C. 177
Hg2 ID: 38139 LCS2 D	Se;. Nc.:
=eo"icate i
Peak Area (A-s': 4.013
Blank Corrected Pk wcght (A): 0.176
Concentration (jg/L ): 5.148
00017 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 12:03
Peak Height (A): 0.176
Hc2 ID: 131-5S-7C	Sec. No.:
Reclicate i
Peak Area (a-s": 0.042
Blan< Corrected Pk Height (a;-. 0.0011
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.041
00018 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 12:04
Peak Height (A): 0.001
hg2 ID: 131-53-7C D	Sec. Nc.: 00019 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 12:05
Peak Area (A-s): 0.057	Peak Height (A): 0.003
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.073
Hg2 ID: 131-5S-7C MS	Sec. No.:
Rec"icate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 3.174
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): C.140
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.084
00020 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 12:06
Peak Height (A): 0.140
ig2 ID: 13159 7c MSD Seg. No.: 00021 A/S Pos. :  Date: 08/07/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 12:07
5eak Area (A-s': 3.932	Peak Height (A): 0.18E
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (AI: 0.185
Concentration (ug/. ): 5.394
Hg2 ID: 131-59-8DE	Sec. No.:
^eo'icate '
3eak Area (A-s): 0.06S
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
;oncentration (ug/L ): 0.053
00022 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 12:09
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Hg2 ID: "31  598DE j	Sec. No.: 0CO23 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
rtec'icate '	T ire: 12:* 0
Peak Area (a-s~: 0.35-	Peak He*gnt (A): 0.002
Jlanl- Cor-ectec SK he "art	(A'-: 0.0C2

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Concent ration (ug/L
-.050
Ha2 ID: CCVi=6.C ug/_	Sea. No.: 0002-J A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:12
PeaK Area (A-s): 4.B56	Peax Heignt (A): 0.22?
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.227
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.63S
Hg2 ID: CCBl	Seq. No.: 00025 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:13
Peak Area (A-s): O.ciS	Peak Neurit (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/l ): C.006
Hg2 ID: 131-59-9A	Seq. No.: 00026 A/S Pas.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:14
Peak Area (A-s): 0.007	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.000
Hg2 ID: 131-59-9A D	Seq. No.:
Reolicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.006
00027 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 12:15
Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hg2 ID: 131-59-9BC	Seq. No.;
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.003
00028 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 12:16
Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hg2 ID: 131-59-9BC D	Seq. No.: 00029 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:17
Peak Area (A-s): 0.002	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.009
Hg2 ID: 131-59-9B	Seq. No.: 00030 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:19
Peak Area (A-s";: 0.000	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -0.009
2q3

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' igi ID: * 31-5S-9B C	Sec. No.: 0003* A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/07/95
Reo'icate 1	Time: 12:20
'eak Area (A-s): 0.003	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -O.OC6
ng2 ID: ".31-59-9D	Seq. No.: 00032 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
iep.icate 1	Time: 12:21
'eak Area (A-s): 0.C37	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Ne-ght (A): 0.00*
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.035
Mg2 ID: 131-5S-9D D	Sec. No.: 00033 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/C7/96
.
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^eo"icjie 1
ceaK Area 'A-s): 0.C55
Blank Corractea Pk Height (A;:
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.06a
Time: 12:2S
Peax neiont fa!: 0.OC2
C. 002
Hg2 ID: 131-59-8C D	Seq. No.: 00039 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Reolicate i '	Time: 12:30
PeaiK Area (A-s): 0.044	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): C.047
Ha2 ID: '31-59-8C MS	Seq. No.: 00040 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/07/96
Reollcate 1	r,me: 12:3*
Peak Area (A-s): 4.166	Peak Height (A): 0.190
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.190
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.552
Hg2 ID: 131-59-8C MSD Seq. No.: 00041 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:32
Peak Area (A-s): 3.319	Peak Height (A): 0.147
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.147
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.30:
Hg2 ID: 131-59-11A	Seq. No.: 00042 A/S Pos.:  Data: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:33
Peak Area (A-s): 0.025	Peak Height (A): 0.000
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.012
Hg2 ID: 131-59-11A D	Seq. No.: 00043 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:35
Peak A-ea (A-s): 0.013	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/l ): 0.003
Hg2 ID: 131-59-11BC	Seq. No.: 00044 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:35
Peak Area (A-s): 0.011	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.012
Hg2 ID: 13*69 11BC D	Seq. Ho.: 00045 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Recreate i	Time: 12:37
Peak Area (A-s): 0.C08	Peak Height (A): -0.0C0
Blank Correctea Pk Height	(A): -0.000
3 o

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Hg2 10: 131-5S-11B	Seq. No.: 00046 A/S Pos.:  Date: 0S/C7/96
Reolicate i
Peak Area (A-s): 0.QC8
Blank Corrected Pk he-ght (A):
Concent raf. on (ug/L ): 0.006
Time: 12:38
Peak Height (A): 0.000
0.000
Hg2 ID: "31-59-1 IB D	Sec. Nc.:
Reolicate i
Peak Area (A-s): 0.005
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): -0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): -C.003
00047 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Tiire: 12:38
Peak He-ght (A); -0.000
He2 ID: CCV3=6.0 ug/.	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Pea* Area (A-s): 4.702
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.218
Concentration (ug/L ): 6.366
00048 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: *2:35
Peak Height (A): 0.218
Hg2 ID: CCB3	Seq. No.: 0004S A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
,Reolicate i	Time: 12:40
Peak Area (A-s): 0.021	Peak Height (A): 0.000
31ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): C.0'2
-tg2 ID: "31-59-11D	Seq. No.: 00050 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Reo'icate 1	Time: 12:42
>eak Area (A-s): 0.155	Peak Height (A): 0.006
Jlank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.006
Concent ratio- (ug/L ): 0.182
Hg2 ID: 131-59-110 D	Seq. No.: 00051 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
leo'icate 1	Time: 12:42
Peak Area (A-s): 0.161	Peak Heigrt (A): 0.006
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.006
:or.centrat".on (ug/L ): 0.188
!g2 ID: 131-59-1 IDE	Seq. No.: 00D52 A/S Pos.:  Oata: 08/07/96
Reo'icate 1	"ime: 12:43
eak Area (A-s): 0.071	Peak Height (A): 0.003
I lanK Ccr'-ectec Fk Height (A): C.003
ocnceit'at'o- (ug/. ): "."7"

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H?2 ID: -31-59-11DE C	Seq. No.:
Recreate 1
Peak Area (A-si: 0.087
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.C03
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.079
00053 A/S =>0S.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: "2:45
Peak *
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Hg2 ID: CCV4=6.0 jg/L	Seq. Mo.:
fies'icate 1
Pear. Area (a-s): 4.8*4
8'*r.k Corrected P'k Height (A): 0.218
Concertrat ion (ug/L ): 6.355
C0Q6C A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/C7/96
Time: 12:55
Peak Height (A): 0.218
Hg2 ID: CCB4	Seq. No.: 0006* A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Recreate 1	Time: 12:56
Peak Area (A-s): 0.C27	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected 3k Height (A): 0.0C"
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.018
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13C	Seq. Nc.: 00062 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Recreate 1	Time: 12:59
Peak Area (A-s): 0.091	Peak Height (A): 0.003
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.097
Hg2 ID: 131-59-130 D	Seq. No.: 00063 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Reolicate 1	Time: 13:00
Peak Area (A-s): 0.053	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.044
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13C MS Seq. Ho.: 00064 A/S POS.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:01
Peak Area (A-s): 2.950	Peak Height (A): 0.134
Blank corrected Pk Height (A): 0.134
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.923
Hg2 ID: 131-5S-13C HSD Seq. No.: 00065 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:02
Peak Area (A-s): 3.412	Peak Heignt (A): 0.147
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.147
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.280
HC2 ID: 131-59-14B	Seq. No.: 00066 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Relocate 1	Time: 13:03
Pe-: Area (A-s): 0.044	Peak Heigrvt (A): 0.001
Bla<-k Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.035
He; ZZ: '31-59-14& C	Seq. No.: 0C06? A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96

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Sepl'Cate 1
?eak Area (fi-s)- 0.036
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/L ): C.023
T;me: 13:C<
Pear: -ieigri (A): 0.001
0.001
Hg2 ID: 131-S9-14Q	Seq. No.: 00068 A/S Pos.:  Daze: 08/07/96
Sample aos. 's greater than tnat of the largest standard.
fieoiicate 1	Time: 13:05
Peak Area (A-s): 33.260	Peak Height (A): 1.432
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 1.432
Concentration (ug/l ): 41.316
Hg2 ID: i "a i-^Q-1 a r) f>v 1n ^	Mo.?	0008 3	A/S  	Qate: 08/07/96
Reol'cate 1	Tims: 13:12
Peak Area (A-s): 4.493	Peak Height (A)^L193
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.193
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.531
Hg2 ID: 131-59-14DDX10D Sea. No.:	OQ<}fo A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1 Time: 13:14
Peak Area (A-s): 3.613 Peak Height (A): 0.156
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A):--'/'o.l56 c
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.54f		
	*:		av-	
Hg2 ID: 131-59-140 0X10 Seq. No.: 00071 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1 '	Time: 13:19
Peak Area (A-s): 3.508	Peak Heignt (A): 0.149
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.149
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.342
Hg2 ID: 131-59-14D0X10D Seq. No.: 00072 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Repl-.cate 1	Time: 13:20
Peak Area (A-s): 3.460	Peak Height (A): 0.143
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.143
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.190
Hg2 ID: 131-59-14DE	Seq. Ho.: 00073 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:21
Peax Area (A-s): 5.378	Peak Height (A): 0.228
Blank Corrected Pk height (A): 0.228
Concentration (ug/L ): 6.648
Hg2 ID: 131-59-140E D	Seq. No.:
'epMcate 1
Peak Area (A-s;: 5.800
00C74 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:22
Peak Height (A,': 0.247

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Concentration (ug/L )' 7.225
hc2 ID: CCV5=6.C ug/L
Replicate 1
o&sk Area (A-s): 4.789
B'ank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.218
Concent"ation (ug/L ): 6.372
Hg2 ID: CCB5
Rep'icate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.044
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.001
Concent"ation (ug/. }: 0.038
Hg2 ID: 131-59-5DE
dedicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.228
51ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.009
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.252
Hg2 ID: '31-59-60E D
Replicate 1
Jeak Area (A-s): 0.223
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.008
Concentration (uc/L ): 0.243
Hg2 ID: 131-59-1FG
dedicate 1
>eak Area (A-s): 7.705
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.314
Concentration (ug/L ): 9.182
Hg2 ID: 131-59-1FG D
dedicate 1
Peak Area (a-s): 7.817
i !lan< Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.326
'joncentration (u'g/L ): 9.533
I Ic2 ID: 131-59-2FG
dedicate '
| >eak A'ea (a-s): ~.25t
tjlariK Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.18C
Ccn;e-trafO- ug/L ): 5.256
Date: 08/07/96
Time: "3:23
Peak Height (A): 0.218
Time: 13:24
Peak Height (A): 0.00i
Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:25
Peak Height (A): 0.009
Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:26
Peak Height (A): 0.008
Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:27
Peak Height (A): 0.314
Time: 13:28
Peak Height (A3: 0.326
Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:29
Peak Height (A): 0.180
Seq. No.: 00075 A/S Pos.: 
Seq. No.: 00076 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Seq. No.: 00077 a/S Pos.: 
Seq. No.: 00078 A/S Pos.: 
Seq. No.: 00079 A/S Pos.: 
Seq. No.: 00080 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Seq. No.: OQO81 A/S Pos.: 

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Hg2 ID: *31-53-2FC D	Seq. No.: 0C082 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	T^me: 13:30
Pea* Area (A-s): 4.421	Peak Height (A): 0.185
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.185
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.402
Hg2 TO: 131-59-3FG	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Pe3k Area (A-s): 1.180
8"ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.047
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.371
00083 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Time: 3:31
Peak Height (A): 0.047
hg2 ID: 131-59-3FG 0	Seq. Ho.: 00084 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate i	Time: 13:32
Peak Area (A-s): 1.035	Peak Height (A): 0.043
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.043
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.242
Hg2 ID: 131-59-5EF	Sea. No.: 00085 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:33
Peak Area (A-s): 0.087	Peak Height (A): 0.003
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.079
Hg2 ID: 131-59-5EF D	Seq. Mo.:
Replicate 1
P(;aK Area (A-s): 0.083
Bank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.085
Hg2 ID: 131-59-7DE	Seq. No.:
Rf-plicate 1
Peak A>-ea (A-s): 0.084
B^ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.088
00086 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:34
Peak Height (A): 0.003
00087 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Time: 13:35
Peak Height (A): 0.003
Hg? ID: 131-59-7DE D	Seq. No.: 00088 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/07/96
Renlicata 1	Time: 13:37
Peak Area (A-s): 0.080	Peak Height (A): 0.003
Blank Corrected Pk He'ght (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.079
t-a2 ID: CCV6-6.0 uc/L
Seq. No.: 00089 A/S Pos.
Date: 08/07/96

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. - w V- s-  w i
Pea* Area (A-sJ: 4.687
Blan* Corrected Pk Height (A):
Concentration !ug/L ): 6.232
I in e: i j : Ju
Peak Height (A): 0.213
0.2-" 3
Hg2 ID: CCB6	Seq. No.: 0009C A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/07/96
Reclicate 1	Time: "3:39
Peak Area (A-s): 0.015	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk He-ght (A): 0.000
Corcentration (ug/u ): 0.006

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ort Pi'e: A557S.I'"^
Satic'e'vc'5jme: "00 ni
A^yst: CS0<==
No.TnnaT Weight: i .0 9
lcc.	SamDle ID we'gnt	D-lution
C	S7D 3LANK-CAL 1
:	ST01=0.2 ug/l
2	S702=0.5 ug/L
3	STD3=1.0 jg/l
4	ST04=2.0 ug/L
5	STD5=5.0 ug/l
6	STD6=10.0 ug/
30 F

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- tr-i.c-. - e.
Eiemer':: Hg2
Print Oata: Mam+Suoc
Print: Cal't. Curve
Remarks:
STANDARDS: 2-1C-5-1
QC= 2-105-2
Analyst: CROKEP.
Peak Storage: None
I INSTRUMENT
Wavelength
51 OC
253.7 Peak
Si ana' Type: AA
Read Time: 30.0
Sarcole Rep'icates: 1
Stancard Replicates: l
Technique: MHS	Version: 7.C
Slit: 0.7 Low
Signal Measurement:	Peak Height {'>
Read Delay: 1.0	BOO Time: 2
Flame:


Flame Type: Air
Flame
Senscr: Cn
Oxidant Flow: 1C.0 L/min 
Fuel Flow: 2.0 L/mr
CALIBRATION:


Solutions ID
Cone

Calit. Blank !S^D BLK
		

Standard ' 'S~D 1
0.200

Standard 2 ;S~D 2
0.500

Standard 3 ST3 3
1.000

Standard  ;STD 4
2.000

Standard 5 ;STD 5
5.000

Standard 6 iSTD 6
10.000

Callocation Units: ug/L
Sample Units: ug/L
Ca'ibration Type: Linear


OC:


Matrix Check Calculations:


% Difference fcr Dupls: No
Locations:

% Recovery for Spike: No
Locations:
Cone:

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E'ement F*le: hg_.MEL
Date: C8/C3/96
Data ="i 1 e: AB57S.OAT
Tecnnioue: MHS
Remark t: STANCAR33= 2-13
Remark 2: QC= 2-'05-2
E :emeit: Hg2
Time: 14;34
I0/Wt File: AB5?9.IDW
Calib. Type: Linear
rtavelenath: 253."
Slit: 0*7 L
Lamp Current: 0
Energy: 75
Hg2 ID: STD 3LANK-CAL 1 Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/08/96
"eplicate *	Time: 14:35
Peak Area (a-s): -0.005	Peak Height (A): -0.000
Blank Correcteo Pk Height (A): -0.000
Auto-zero performed.
Hg2 ID: ST01=0.2 ug/L Seq. No.:	C0005 A/S Pos. :  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 14:36
Peak Area (A-s): 0.112	eak Height (A): 0.004
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.004
Standard number 1 applied. [0.200]
Correlation coefficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0221
Hg2 10: ST02=0.5 ug/L Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 14:37
Peak Area (A-s): 0.313	Peak Height (A): 0.014
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.014
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.618
Standard number 2 applied. [0.500]
Correlation coefficient: C.98519	Slope: 0.0267
Hg2 ID: ST03=1.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00007 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 14:39
Peak Area (A-s): 0.649	Peak Height (A): 0.028
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.028
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.037
Standard number 3 applied. [1.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99752	Slope: 0.0275
Hg2 ID: STD4=2.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. 1s greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate i	Time: 14:40
Peak Area (A-s): 1.384	Peak Height (A): 0.062
Blank Correctec ^k weight. (A): 0.062
Concentrat "on iu:,\ '): 2.257

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Ccrrelat';n coe"icie-t: 0.99599
Slope: 0.03C2
Hg2 ID: STD5=.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00009 A./S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Samole abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Seplicate '	Time: 14:41
Peak Area (a-s): 3.6-C	Peak Height (A): 0.160
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.160
Concentration (ug/L '): 5.286
Standara numaer  app'ied. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99908	Slope: 0.0317
Hg2 ID: STD6=1C.0 us/L Seq. No.: 00010 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sarrple abs. is areater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate i ,	Time: 14:42
Peak Area (A-s): 7.29"	Peak Height (A): 0.310
Blank Corrected ?k He^ht (A): 0.310
Concentration (ug/L ): 9.793
Stanaarc number 6 app'ied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99973	Slope: 0.0312

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Element File: HG_.ML	Element: Hg2	Wavelength: 253.7
Date: 08/08/96	Time: 14:43	Slit: 0.7 i.
Data "ile: AB579.DAT	ID/Wt File: A8579.IDW	tamo Current: 0
Technique: NHS	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
RemarK i: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
Remark 2: GC= 2-105-2
H Display Calibration - C:\flfl.USER\flftJILES\ELEHEHT\HG_.HEL
~
0-310- ,./=S6
; X"
! /
 1 _ /
c /
Linear
j jS* Corr. Coef.: 0.99973
:pP^S3 Slope: 0.0312
0.0 Concentration 10.000


I
31?

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E'ement File:
E^ment: Hg2
wavelength: 253.7
Date: 08/08/96
T^me: 14:53
Slit: 0.7 l
Data File: AB580.DA"
:c/wt File: AB530.IDVr
Lamp Current: 0
Technique: MHS
Ca'ib. Type: Linear
Energy: 7 5
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1


Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2


Hg2 ID: STD BLANK-CAL 2 Seq. No.: Q00C2 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 14:53
Peak Area (A-s): -0.0Q1	Peak Height (A): -0.0C0
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): -0.000
Auto-zero performed.
Hg2 ID: STD1=0.2 ug/L	Seq. No.:	00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 14:55
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.132	peak Height (A): 0.006
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.0C6
Standard number 1 applied. [0.200]
Corre1ation coefficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0276
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L Sea. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample aos. 1s greater thar that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 14:56
Peak Area (A-s): 0.336	Peak Height (A): 0.014
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.014
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.520
Standard number 2 applied. [0.500]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99943	Slope: 0.0285
Hg2 ID: STD3=1.0 ug/L	Sea. No.: 00C05 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 14:58
Peak Area (A-s): 0.707	Peak Height (A): 0.032
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.032
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.121
Standard number 3 appl-ed. [1.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99570	Slope: 0.0313
Hg2 ID: STD4=2.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate V	Time: 15:00
Peak Area (A-s): 1.428	Peak Height (A): 0.063
Blank Corrected k Height (A): 0.063
Concentration (ug/_ ): 2.026

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St3nca,"i *unne" a apc'iec. [2.003]
Correlation coe-f icier:.: 0.9992*	Slooe: C.C316
Hg2 ID: STOSrS.O ug/L	Sea. No.: OCOO? A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Samole abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Rep'icate *	Time: 15:01
Peak Area (A-s): 3.582	PeaK Heigrt (A): 0.161
Blank Corrected Pk Height !a): 0.161
Concentration (ug/L' ): 5.085
Standard number 5 applied. [5*.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99986	Slope: 0.0320
Hg2 ID: STD6=i0.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/06/96
Sample abs. 1s greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate *	Time: 15:02
Peak Area (A-s): 7.102	Peak Height (A): 0.319
Blank Corrected P< Heigr.t (A): 0.319
Concentration (ug/L ): S.960
Standard number 6 aopliec. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99997	Slope: 0.0320

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Element File: rG_.M_	Element: -ic2	Wavelength: 253.?
Date: 08/08/96 ~	Time: 15:C3	Slit: Q~7 L
Data rile: AB580.DAT	ID/Wt File: AB58Q.IDW	lamp Current: 0
Tecnnique: MHS	Oa'to. Tyoe: Linear	Energy: 75
Remar< 1: STANDARDS: 2-1C5-1
Remark 2: 3Z- 2-105-2
M
Display Calibration - C:\WJJSER\AflJrILES\ELENEHT\HG_.HEL
~
0.319-
v"*'
. ' x-"
i \ ^
i JgZ/k Linear
i M Corr. Coef.: fl.99997
ipSS3 Slope: 0.0320
8.8 Concentration 10.808


1
4
31-

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Element File: HG_.me.
Da-.s: 08/C8/96
Data File: AB580.DAT
Technique: MHS
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
Element: Hg2
Time: 15:05
ID/Wt F-le: AB580.IDW
Calib. Type: Linear
Wave'e^gth: 253.7
Slit: 0.7 L
Lamp Current: 0
Energy: 75
Hg2 ID: ICV=4.0 jg/L	Seq. No.: 00009 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Rep'.icate 1	Time: 15:07
Pea* Area (A-s): 2.988	Peak Height (A): 0.138
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.138
Concentration (ug/. ): 4.314
Hg2 ID: ICB	Seq. No.: 00010 A/S Pos.:  Date: 06/08/96
ftep'icate 1	Time: 15:08
Peak Area (A-s): C.C^5	Pea* Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.025
ig2 ID: CHECK l0	Seq. No.: 00011 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:09
3ea< Area (A-s): C.154	Peak Height (A): C.007
ilanK Corrected Pk height (A): 0.007
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.214
Hg2 ID: 38139 MB3	Sec. No.: 00012 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:10
i>eak Area (A-s): 0.023	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk height (A): 0.001
ioncentration (ug/L ): 0.C25
ID: 38139 MB3 D	Sec. NO.:
Replicate l
seak Area (A-s): 0.024
slank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.025
00013 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Time: 15:11
Peak Height (A): 0.001
tg2 ID: 38139 lCS2	Seq. No.:	00014 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
"^ep'icate 1	Time: 15:12
5eak Area (A-s): 3.77c	Peak Height (A): 0.164
B'ank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): C.164
Co-cent rat"on (ug/. ): 5. *43
i					
l-c2 ID: 3S"39 LCSJ :	Sec. No.:	00015 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/C8/96

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'ec'icaie i
?eak Area iAs): 5.7 53
Blank Cor-ecteb Pk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.193
Time: "5:"3
PeaK Height ;a): 0.166
0.166
Hg2 ID: 131-59-20A	Seq. No.: 00016 A/S os.:  Data: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:14
eak Area (A-s): 0.060	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.069
Hg2 ID: 131-59-20A D	Seq. No.: 00017 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:16
Peak Area (A-s): 0.050	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/t ): 0.060
Hg2 ID: 131-5916B	Seq. No.: 00018 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate i	Time; 15:17
Peak Area (A-s): 0.023	Peak Heigrt (A): 0.001
8'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.025
Hg2 ID: 131-59-16B D	Seq. No.: 00019 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:18
Peak Area (A-s): 0.026	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.038
Hg2 ID: 131-59-16B HS Seq. No.: 00020 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:19
Peak Area (A-s): 1.612	Peak Height (A): 0.068
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.068
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.141
Hg2 ID: 131-59-16B MSD Seq. No.: 00021 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 15:21
Peak Area (A-s): 1 .559	Peak Height (A): 0.068
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.068
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.129
Hg2 ID: 131-59-4ACE10A Seq. No.: 00022 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/08/96
Repl'Cate 1	Time: 15:22
Peak Area (A-s): 0.029	Peak Height (A): 0.2C1
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): Q.OOi

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Hg2 10: 131-59-4AC=iOAD Seq. No.: 00C23 A/S Pos.: 
Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.026
Blank Cor-ectec Pk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/>_ ): 0.028
Time: 15:23
Peak Height (A): 0.001
0.001
Hg2 ID: CCV1=6.0 ug/l
Seq. No.: 00024 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/08/96
ReoHcate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 3.816
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.172
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.397
Tirre: 15:24
Peak Height (A): 0.172
Hg2 ID: CCB1
Seq. No.: 00025 A./S Pes.
Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.021
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.022
Time: 15:25
Peak Height (A): 0.001

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i:. we-snc "ile: AS53-.IDV	Ana'yst: CsOKES
Sar-c:e Volume: IOC m.	Nomina; we-gnt: 1.0 g
_cc.	Samc^e ID	height	Dilution
0	S'D BLANK-CAL
1	S'D1=0.2 ug/L
2	S'02-0.5 ug/L
3	STD3='.0 ug/L
<1	STD4:2.0 ug/L
5	STD=5.0 ug/L
6	STD6=10.0 ug/L
3 2 0

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E'err&rt ='"e: -
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Standard rumoer - app'iec. [2.000]
Correlation coe--icient: 0.99902	Slope: C.0317
Hg2 ID: STD5=5.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: C0007 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/0S/96
Sample aos. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 15:56
Peak Area (A-s): 3.326.	Peak Height (A): 0.*49
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.U9
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.699
Standard number 5 applied. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99930	Slope: 0.0301
Hg2 10: ST06=1C.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: i5:57
Peak Area (A-s): 6.823	Peak Height (A): 0.309
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.309
Concentration (ug/L ): 10.247
Standard number 6 app1ied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99976
Slope: 0.0307

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E'enent ^ile:	Element: Hg2	Wavelengtn: 253.7
Date: C8/03/96	Time: 15:57	Slit: 0.7 l
Data File: A65S'.QAT	ID/Wt File: A6581.IOV.	tamo Current: 0
Tecnmaue: HHS	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
H
Display Calibration - C:\Afi_USER\flfl_FILES\ELENENT\HG_.HEL
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0.309-
X"
y
X"
9J ^
i . /-S5
Linea''
Corn. Coef.l 0.9997(5
Slope: B.0307
0 0 Concentrat ion 10.000


1

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gnt Fi'e: A553.I. IC*
Saiicle Vcf'une: 'CC til
.cc.	Saro'e ID
0	STD BLANK-CAl 2
1	STD1:0.2 ug/'L
2	STD2=2.5 ug/L
3	STD3'=i.O ug/L
4	STD4:2.0 ug/L
5	STD5=S.O ug/L
6	STD6=10.0 us/l
7	ICV=4.0 ug/L  -(Q
8	ICB
9	CHEC.< 10
10	131-55-4DE10AB
11	131-55-4DS10ABC
12	131-59-4E*0A
13	131-59-4E-0A D
14	131-5S-4F-0C
15	131-59-4F-0C D
16	131-59-4FG10CD
17	131-59-4FG10CDD
18	131-59-17C
19	131-5S-17C D
20	131  5919C
'21	131  59 19C D
22	CCV1=6.0 ug/L 1-t
23	CCB1
Analyst: CRCKES
Nominal Weight: 1.
weight	D~1utlcn

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E'ement File: HG_.KEw	Element: Hg2	Wavelength: 253.7
Oate: 03/08/96	Time: i6:04	Sir.: 0.7 L
Data File: AB582.DAT	ID/Wt File: AB562.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
"echn-gue: MHS	Calib. Type: linear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: sTANCARDS= 2-105-1
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
Hg2 ID: STD BLANK-CAL 2 Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): -0.003
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): O.OOG
Auto-2ero performed.
00002 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Time: 16:05
Peak Height (A): 0.000
Mg2 ID: STD1=0.2 ug/L	Seq. No.
Replicate 1
eaK Area (A-s): 0.148
BlanK Cor-ectec pk Height (A): C.007
Standard nuircer 1 applies. [0.200]
Correlation coefficient: 1.00300
000C3 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Time: 16:06
Peak Heignt (A): 0.007
Slope: 0.0336
-ig2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/. Seq. No.: 000C4 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
samp'e ass. is greater man that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 16:07
5eak Ares (A-s): C.372	Peak Height (A): 0.017
BlanK Carrectec Pk Height (A): 0.017
Concentration (ug/l ): 0.513
Standard number 2 applied. [0.50C]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99974	Slope: 0.0344
-Ig2 ID: STD3=1.0 ug/L	Sec. No.: 0Q005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/03/96
Sample abs. is greater thar that of the largest standard.
Replicate '	Time: 16:09
Peak Area (A-s): 0.725	Peak Height (A): 0.034
slank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.034
;oncentration (ug/L ): 0.983
"Vtandarc number 3 appl-ec. [1.0001
;crelation coef""cient: 0.99986	Slope: 0.0339
lc2 ID: STD4=2.0 uc/l Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/08/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standara.
:eclicate i	Time: 16:"0
'eak Area 'A-s): ".555	Peak Height (A): C.C74
Blank Correcte~ P< Height (A": 0.C74
"cncentraticn (uc'L : 2.184
^ - J

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ita'aa-'i nutnoe' 4 apoiieo. [2.000J
Cor'slat'on coefficient: 3.998C4	Slope: O.OSSd
h2 10: STQS=5.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00007 A/S Pes.: -- Cate: 08/08/96
Samole acs. is greater than that of the largest stanriarc.
Reolicate 1	Time: 16:11
Pea* Area (A-s): 3.408	Peak Height (A): 0.160
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.160
Cc-centration (ug/L ): 4.410
Standard number 5 applied. [5.000?
Correlation coefficient: 0.99730	Slope: 0.0329
Hg2 ID: STD6=10.0 ug/L Seq. No.: C0008 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/08/96
Sample abs. 1s greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate i	Time: 16:12
Peak Area (A-s): 7.005	Peak Height (A): 0.325
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.325
Concentration (ug/L ): 9.879
Standard number 6 applied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99941	Slope: 0.0326

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Element File: hG_.MEL	Element: Hg2	Wavelengti: 253.7
3ate: 08/06/96	Time: 16:13	Slit: 0.7 L
Data Pile: A65S2.DAT	ID/Wt File: A6582.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Tecnmque: MHS	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
*e:nark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-1
RemarK 2: GC= 2-105-2
H
Display Calibration - C:\Afi_USER\fifl_FILES\ELEHENT\HE_.HEL
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^ /=S6
/
X
y
y
S
0	-
1	^ S5
Linear
n^" Corr. Coef.: 0.99941
c^S3 slope; flt032^
8.8 ' Concentration 1B.000


i
A

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Element r-le: HG_.ME.	Element: Hg2	Wavelength: 253.7
Date: 08/C8/96	Time: 16:15	Slit: 0.7 L.
Data ^ile: AB5S2.DA'	ID/Wt Fi1e: AS582.IDW	Lamp Cur-ent: 0
Technique: MHS	Ca1:D. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
RemarK 1: STANDARDS^ 2-105-1
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-2
Ng2 ID: ICV=4.0 ug/L	Seq. No.:
Repl-cate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 2.913
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.133
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.076
00009 A/S Pos.:  Qate: 08/08/96
T i me: 16:16
Peak Height (A): 0.133
Hg2 ID: IC8	Seq. No.: 00010 A/S os.:  Date: 08/08/96
Repl-cate 1	Time: 16:17
Peak Area (A-s): 0.003	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.000
Hg2 ID: CHECK LO	Seq. No.: 00011 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 16:18
Peak Area (A-s): 0.137	Peak Height (A): 0.006
Blanx Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.006
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.185
Hg2 ID: 131-59-4DE10AB Seq. Nc.: 00012 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/03/96
Replicate 1	Time: 16:19
Peak Area (A-s): C.015	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.012
Hg2 ID: 131-59-4DE10ABD Seq. No.: 00013 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 16:20
Pea* Area (A-s): 0.013	Peak Height (A): Q.Q01
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.00"
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.015
Hg2 ID: 131-5S-4E10A	Seq. No.: 00014 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Reslicate i	T-me: 16:21
Peak Area (A-s): 0.012	Peak Heignt (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.009
Hg2 ID: 131-59-4E1CA D
Seq. Nc.: 00C15 A/S 'os.
Date: 08/08/96

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-624^ea 'A-s .: 0.313
21ar>*<; Corrected Pk Height (M: C.OCi
Concsntraton (ug/L ): 0.022
Peak Height (a): o.oci
Hg2 ID: '31-59-4F10C
Replicate 1
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.051
Blann Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.062
Replicate 1
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.045
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): O.OC2
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.052
Reol'cate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.089
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.004
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.117
Reo'icate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.097
Slank Corrected Fk Height 'A): 0.004
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.125
Hg2 ID: 131-59-17C
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): C.04C
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.065
Hg2 ID: '31-59-17C D
Replicate i
Peak Area (A-s): 0.04?
Blank Corrected ?k Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.065
Hg2 ID: "31-59-19C	Seq. No.:
Ren'icate
Peak Area (A-s): C.C8
"anK Csrrectec -e"g-t (A;: 0.004
Data: 08/08/96
Time: 16:23
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Date: 08/08/96
Time: 16:24
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Date: 08/08/96
Time: i6:25
Peak Height (A): 0.004
Date: 08/08/96
Time: 16:26
Peak Height (A): 0.004
Time: 16:27
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Date: 08/08/96
Time: 16:28
Peak Height (A): a.002
0D022 A./S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/08/96
Time: 16:29
Peak Height (A): 0.004
Sea. No.: 00016 A/S Pos.: 
Hs2 ID: 131-59-4F10C D Seq. No.: 00017 A/S Pos.: 
Hg2 ID: 131-59-4FG1CCD Seq. No.: 00018 A/S Pos.: 
Hg2 ID: 131-59-4FG10CDD Seq. No.: 00019 A/S Pos.: 
Seq. No.: 00020 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Seq. No.: 0C021 A/S Pos.: 

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Ccncei"raficr. (-.g/i. ): 0.:u
Hc2 ID: 13159"9C D	Seq. No.: 00023 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/0S/96
Replicate 1	Time: 16:30
Peak Area (A-s): 0.082	Peak Height (A): 0.004
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.004
Concentraticn (ug./l ): 0.108
Hg2 ID: CCV1=6.0 ug/l Seq. No.: 00024 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: 16:31
Peak Area (A-s): 4.151	Peak Height (A): 0.188
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.188
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.766
Hg2 ID: CCB1	Seq. No.: 00025 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/08/96
Replicate 1	Time: i6:33
Peak Area (A-s): 0.002	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): O.OCO
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.000

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iu/we*ont >' e: AsoS: . i'JW
iample Vc"*me: 'CO ri
loc.
SamD'-e ID
D
STD BLANK
1
STD1=0.2 ug/L

S~D2=0.5 ug/L
3
STD2=1.0 yg/l
4
STD4=2.0 ug/L
5
TD5=5,0 ug/L
6
STD6=10.G ug/L
Ana'vst: CnuKcH
N'- ..i na1 Weight: 1.
Weight	Dilution

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i"error.- ^"e:
Tj . M c L

H'emer.i: 4g2

Ana'yst: CRQKER
Sfsnt Data: Mam-Sued .
Peak Storage: No'.e
?nnt: Calib.
Curve

RemarKS:


STANDARDS: 2-
105-5

QC= 2-105-6


INSTRUMENT: 51
30
Tecnmaue: M(-S Versicn: 7.01
wavelength: 25
2.7 Peak
S'*t: 0.7 Low
Si oral Type: AA
Signal Measurement: Peak He'ght (5)
Read Tuna: 30.
3
Read Delay: 1.0 B0C "ne: 2
Ssncle Replicates: 1

Standard ReoHcates: 1

FLAME:


Flame Type: Ai

Flane Sensor: On
Oxidant Flow:
10.0 L/min
Fjel Flow: 2.0 L/min
CALIBRATION:


Solutions
ID
Cone i
f
Calia. Blank
STD BLK
t
l
Stancard 1
STD 1
G.2Q0,'
Stancard 2
STD 2
C.500I
Standard 3
STD 3
t.000!
Standard 4
STD 4
2.0001
Standard 5
STD 5
5.000:
Standard 6
STD 6
10.0001
Calibration Units: ug/L
Sample Units: ug/L
Calibration Type: Linear

QC:
Matrix Check Calculations:

% Difference for Dupls: No
Locations:
% Recovery for Spike: No
Locations: Cone:

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Element File: >-3_.MEL	E'eme.-t: Hg:	Wavelength: 253.7
Date: 08/13/96	Time: 0S:41	Slit: 0.7 L
Data ci"e: AS5J7.DAT	ID/Wt File: AB587.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Technique: HNS	Calib. Type: tinea--	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-5
Remark 2: GC= 2-105-6
Hg2 ID: STD 3.ANK	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s:: -0.007
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): -0.001
Auto-zero performed.
00003 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/13/96
Time: 09:42
Peak Height (A): -0.001
Hg2 ID: S~D1=C. 2 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 09:43
Peak Area (A-s): 0.128	Peak Height (A): 0.005
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.005
Standard nuir.be - i applied. [0.200]
Correlation coe-ficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0251
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00005 A./S Pos.:  Date: 08/"3/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate "	Time: 09:44
Beak Area (A-s): 0.369	Peak Height (A): 0.016
Blank Corrected Pk Height -eater than that of the largest standard,
feclicate 1	Time: 09:47
-eak Area (a-sn: i.6i4	Peak Height (A): 0.06S
S'anK Ccrrectec Pk Height (Ai: 0.C6S
:2ncent-atc ; jc/l ): z.2i

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t.;nca''d lumcer z acslie:. [2.300]
Ccr-glation coefficient: 0.93697
Slope: 0.0340
Hg2 IC: S~05=5.0 js/_	Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 09:48
Pe2K Area (A-s): 3.953	Peak Height (A): 0.169
3'cfik Corrected Pk He'gnt (A): 0.169
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.988
Standard number 5 applied. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99963	Slope: 0.0339
Hg2 10: ST06=10.0 ug/L Sea. No.: 00009 A/S Pes.:  Oate: 08/13/96
Sample abs. 1s greater than that of tie largest standard.
Replicate	Time: 09:49
Peak Area (A-s): 3.0'a	Peak Height (A): 0.342
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.342
Concentration (ug/L ): 10.093
Standard number 6 applied. [*0.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99991
Slope: 0.0341

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i'enent F1*e: HG_.MEL	Element: HgC	Wave'ength: 253."
)ate: 08/13/96	Time: 0S:50	Slit: 0.7 t
)2ta File: AS537.DAT	ID/wt Fi'e: AB5E7.IDW	tamp Current: 0
Techmque: MHS	Ca-ib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remark i: STANDARDS: 2-105-5
Remarx 2: QC= 2-105-5
i
h Display Calibration - C:\ffiJJSER\flfl_FILES\ELEHEHT\H6_.HEL
0'342-	,/-S6
n .	-y
:	.X^S5
MnA Linear
&S Corp. Goef.: 0.99991
tffoE	Slope: 8.8341	
8.B	Concentration	10.008
335

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-*553c.ZD'w	Analyst: CR0KE3
Samp's'vc'uire: '00 m.	Nominal weight: i.C .g
.cc.	Sarrc'e ID	Weight	Dilution
0	STD Blank
1	STD1=C.2 ua/L>
2	STD2=C.E ua/L
2	ST03= i.C ug/L
&	STD4=2.0 ug/L
5	STD5=5.C ua/L
6	STD6=10.0 ug/U
7	ICV=4.C ug/_ ;
3	ICB
9	CHECK LC
10	38139 MB4
11	3813S 4B4 D
12	38139 LCS4
13	38139 LCS4 D
14	131-59-12C
15	131-59-12C D
16	1315912C MS
17	131-59-12C MSC
13	131-59-12DE
19	131-59-12DB 0
20	131-59-13A
2'1	131-59-13 A 0
22	131-55-13B
23	131-59-13B D
24	131-59-130
25	131  5S130 DX1
26	131-59-13DDX10
27	131-59-13DE
28	131-59-130E 0
29	131-59-14A
30	131-59-14A 0
3'	1315912D
32	131-59-120 DX1
33	1315 912DDX10
34	CCV'. = 6.0 ug/L
35	CCB1
33r>

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ETensnt F-"e:	Element: Hc2	wavelengtn: 253.7
Daie: OS/",3/96	Time: 09:58	Slit: 0.7 L
Data =i"ie: 48538.0a"	ID/wt File: AB588.IDW	Lams Current: 0
Technique: mhS	Cal'b. Type: winear	Energy: 75
RemarK 1: STANDARDS^ 2-105-5
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-5
Hg2 IC: STD BLANK	Sec. No.: 00002 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Recllcate i	Time: 10:00
Pea< Area (a-s): -0.000	Peak He'ght (A): O.OOC
Blank Correctea P Heignt (A): 0.000
Auto-zero performed.
Hg2 ID: STD1=0.2 ~g/L	Seq. No.:	00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Rec'icate 1	Time: 10:01
Peak Area (A-s): 0.152	Peak Height (A): 0.006
Blank Corrected Pk Height (AI: 0.006
Stancard number 1 applied. [0.200]
Correlation coefficient: i.00000	Slope: 0.032"
4g2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L	Seq. Nc.: OOOC4 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Samp'e afcs. 1s greater tnan tnat of the largest standard.
^epl'cate 1	Time: 10:02
3eak Area (A-s): 0.382	Peak Height (A): 0.017
B!an Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.017
Concertrat-on (ug/L ): 0.516
Stanoard number 2 appHec. [0.500]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99S65	Slope: 0.0330
Hg2 ID: STD3=1.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate "	Time: 10:04
'eak Area (A-s): 0.8C4	Peak Height (A): 0.035
jlank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.035
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.059
jt3ndard numoer 3 appliec. [1.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99886	Slope: 0.0345
Hg2 ID: ST04=2.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample ats. is greate-.than that of the largest standard,
tepncate 1	T-.me: 12:C5
t^ea* Area (A-s): 1.6C8	Peak heignt (A): 0.071
Correctec Pk He'gnt (A): C. 071

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Stancarc 'unoe' - 3C011 ec. i,2.OC0]
Coire'iar'cn coefficient: C. 5 9362
Stops: 0.C352
Hg2 ID: STC5=5.C ug/_	Seq. No.: 0QC07 A/S Pos.: -- Data: 05/13/96
SamDie abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Reol'cate 1	Time: 10:Q6
Peak Area (A-s;: 4.004	Peak Heignt (A}: 0.177
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.177
Concentration (uo/L ): 5.C37
Standard numce-' 5 aoplieo. [5.00C;
Correiat'on coefficient: 0.99995	Slope: 0.0354
Hg2 ID: STD5=10.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sarnple abs. is greater than that cf tha largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 10:07
Peak Area (A-sj: 7.998	Peak Height (A): 0.360
Blank Corrected Pk Heigrt (A): 0.360
Concentration ;ug/_ ): 10.169
Standard number 6 apclied. [1C.D00]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99994
Slope: 0.035S

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s'emer.t rile: hG_.hsl	E'ement: Hg2	Wavelength: 252."'
Date: 08/*3/96 "	"ime: -0:10	Slit: 0~7 .
Data c",e: AB5SS.DA~	ID/Wt File: A852S.IDW	Lamp Cjr-ent: C
Techricue: MHS	Cal'b. ^ype: linear	Energy: 75
Remark : S~AN0ARDS= 2-105-5
RenarK 2: QC= 21056
H{ Display Calibration - C :WUJSR\flfl,f [LES\ELEtlEHT\HG_,HEl
0.360-
JS4
.,"-86
71 '
*	X
..x"
JSZa	Linean
Corr. Coef.: 0.99994
Slope: 8.8359	
Concentration	10.B0B
j
3^

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Yemeni F"le: HG_.Ml	E'ement: Hg2	Wavelength: 253.7
Date: 08/13/96	Time: 10:12	Slit: 0.7 L
Dt3 -i1e: AB538.DA7	ID/Wt File: AB588.IDW	'.amp Current: 0
Tecnmq-je: MHS	Calie. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-5
Renark 2: GC= 2-105-6
Hg2 ID: ICV=4.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00009 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:13
Peak Area (A-s): 3.225	Peak Height (A): 0.1-14
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.14.4
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.014
Hg2 ID: ICB	Seq. No.: 00010 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/13/96
es"icate 1	Time: 10:14
Peak Area (A-s): 0.012	Peak Heignt (A): O.00C
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.0C0
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.008
Hg2 ID: CHECK L0	Sea. No.: 00011 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:15
Peak Area (A-s): 0.162	Peak Height (A): 0.007
Blanx Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.007
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.196
Hg2 ID: 38139 MB4	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Pea* Area (A-s): O.OiO
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.000
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.008
00012 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Time: 10:16
Peak Height (A): 0.000
Hg2 ID: 38139 MB4 D	Seq. No.: 00013 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:17
Peak Area (A-s): 0.013	Peak Heignt (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.017
g ID: 38*39 LCS4	Seq. No.: 00014 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:18
Pea* Area (A-s): 3.904	Peak Height (A): 0.170
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.170
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.730
hg2 ID: 38139 LCS4 D
Seq. NO.: 00015 A/S Pos.
Date: 08/'3/96

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KeU iwj.c 1	' Miir! 1U! lb
Pea>\ Area <'As : 3.83"	Peak Height fAj; 0.167
B:ank Corrected Pk Heig-.t (a;: 0.167
Concentration Jjg/L ): 4,565
Hg2 ID: 1315912C	Seq. No.: 00016 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
P.ec'icate i	Time: 10:20
Pea". Area (A-s): 0.03	Peak Height (A): 0.002
BlanK Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.045
Hg: ID: 131-5S-12C D	Seq. No.: 00017 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:22
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.036	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.036
Hg2 ID: 131-59-120 MS	Seq. No.: 00018 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/S6
Replicate i	Time: i0:23
=eak Area (a-s): 2.175	Peak Height (A): 0.095
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.095
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.651
Hg2 ID: 131-59-12C MSD Seq. No.: 00019 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
dedicate 1	Time: 10:25
Peak Area (A-s): 1.883	Peak Height (A): 0.081
Blank Corrected =k height (A): 0.081
'joncentration (ug/L ): 2.271
Hg2 ID: 13l-59-'2DE	Seq. No.: 00020 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/13/96
Reclicate 1	Time: 10:26
3eak Area (A-s): 4.466	Peak Height (A): 0.204
Jlank Corrected Pk height (A): 0.204
Concentration (uo/L ): 5.678
r,g2 ID: 13i-59-:2D= D	Sec. No.:
teDlicate 1
-eaK A--ea (A-s): 5.324
31anK Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.233
Concentration (ug/L ): 6.486
0002' A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 10:27
Peak Height (A): 0.233
Hg2 ID: ^^-ISA	Seq. No.: 00022 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
."ieDiicate "	Time: 10:29
PeaK Area s A-s): C.C6C	Peak "eight (A): 0.0C2
' a' - Cc-ectec ke"c-.t	(A): C.C02

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-0- i vlj/t- ' : 0. C2
Hg2 ID: "!3'-59-13A D	Seq. Nc.: C0022 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:30
PBak Area (A-s): 0.029	?ea< Height (A): 0.001
i^ark Corrected Pk -Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L. ): C.C25
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13B	Seq. No.: 00024 a/S Pos.:  Date: 08/-3/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:31
Peak Area (A-s): 0.042	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 3.001
Concentration (ug/L ): O.C39
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13B D	Seq. Nc.: 00025 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:32
Peak Area (A-s): 0.034	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/t ): 0.039
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13D	Sec. No.: 00026 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than tnat of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 10:33
Peak Area (A-s): 28.286	Peak Height (A): 1.184
B^ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 1.184
Concentration (ug/L ): 33.007
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13D 0X10 Seq. No.: 00027 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replic3te 1	Time: 10:40
Peak Area (A-s): 3.087	Peak Height (A): 0.127
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.127
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.547
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13DDX10D Seq. No.: 00028 A/S Cos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:41
Peak Area (A-s): 3.051	Peak Height (A): 0.128
Blank Co-rected Pk Height (a): 0.128
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.560
Hg2 ID: 131-59-13DE llf Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 1.956 
Blank Corrected 3k Height (A): C.Q80
Concert ration ('.g/L ): 2.226
00029 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 10:42
Peak Height (A): 0.080
n

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nt: IC: :3'-59-"33 3	Seq. No.: 00030 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Recncate 1	Time: 10:44
Peak Area (a-s): 2.099	Peak Height (A): 0.08?
Blank Ccrrectec pk Height (A): 0.087
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.425
Hg2 !D: 131-59-14A	Seq. No.: 00031 A/S Pos. :  Date: 06/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 10:45
Peak Ares (A-s': 0.C2	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected k Height (A): O.OC-
Concentration (ug/l ): 0.020
Hg2 ID: 131-59~14A 0	Seq. So.: 00032 A/S Pos,:  Date: 08/13/96
Reolicste 1	Time: 10:46
Peak A'ea (A-s): 0.020	Peak Height (A): 0.001
31an< Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.020
Hg2 ID: 131-59-12D	Seq. No.: 00033 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 0B/13/96
Samole bds. is greater thar that of tne largest standard.
Recreate 1	Time: 10:47
Peak Area (A-s}: 27.777	Peak Height (A): 1.177
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 1.177
Concentration (ug/L 5: 32.8G5
1-92 ID: 131-59-12D 0X10 Seq. No.: 00034 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
dedicate l	Time: 10:S3
Peak Area (A-s): 2.753	Peak Height (A): 0.111
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A):	0.1" i
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.107
Hc2 ID: 131-5S-12DDX10C Seq. No.: 0DO35 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 	Time: 10:54
Peak Area (A-s): 2.887	Peak Height (A): 0.120
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.120
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.340
Hg2 ID: CCV1 = 6.0 ug/w	Seq. No.: 00036 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Reol'cate 1	Time: 10:55
?eaK Area (A-s): 4,272	^ea* Height (A): 0.188
Blank Cor-ected Pk Height (A): 0.188
Conce-.traticr (ug/. ): 5.241

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" H5 ID: CCBl	Sec. No.: 00037 A/S ^cs.:  Date: 08/'2/96
Re?"icate i	Time: 10:56
Peak Area (A-s): C.Q39	Peak Height (A): 0.0C*
Blink Corrected Pk height (A): 0,001
Concentration 'jg/L ): 0.034

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ii'.'We-giK. -*ie: Aesei;.
Samp'.e Vc'ume: 10C .tl
jinaiys-: LrtuKcK
Nominal weight: 1.0 g
oc.
Samcie ID
0
STO BLANK
1
STDl=0.2 ug/L
2
STD2=0.5 ug/L
3
STD3=1.0 ug/L
4
STD4=2.0 ug/L
5
TD5=5.0 ug/L
6
STD6=10.0 ug/l
height	Dilution
31'

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Elercer? ei'e:
Date: 03/13/96
-a~3 F""e: AB5S9.DAT
Techniaue: HHS
Remark 1: STANDARDS^ 2-*05-5
Remark 2: GC= 2-105-6
E lerrer": HgC
Time: 11:44
ID/Wt File: AB539.IDW
Calib. Tyoe: t:near
Wsvelergth: 253. 7
Slit: C.7 L
Lamo Current: 0
Energy: 75
~g2 ID: STD BLANK	Seq. No.: 00002 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Reclicate 1	Time: 11: -as
=eak A'-ea fAs): -0.C01	Peak Height (A): 0.000
3"ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Auto-zero performed.
Hg2 10: STD1=0,2 ug/L Seq. No.: 00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/"3/9
Replicate 1	Time: 11:46
Peak Area (A-s): 0.150	Peak Height (A): 0.006
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.006
Standard number 1 applied. [0.200]
Correlation coefficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0321
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/t Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.:  Date: 03/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
seolicate 1	Time: 11:47
Peak Area (A-s): 0.379	Peak Height (A): 0.017
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.017
Concentration (ug/L }: 0.519
Standard number ; applied. [0.500]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99949	Slope: 0.Q331
Hg2 ID: STD3=1.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Hire: 11:53
Peak Area (A-s): 0.741	Peak Height (A): 0.033
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.033
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.987
Standard number 3 applied. [1.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99987	Slope: 0.0328
Hg2 ID: STD4=2.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 11:54
Peak Area (A-s): 1.521	Peak Heigit (A): 0.069
Slank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.069
Conce'.raticn (jg/L ): 2.116

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^	1 .J nUi.ue: u	leu. { J . UUi-
C3*re'a:icn cce^fic",eit: 0.9391?
Slooe: C.0342
K;2 ID: STD5=5.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00007 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sa.nole abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	"ime: 1l:55
Pea< Area (A-s): 3.655	Peax Height (A):t 0.167
8'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.167
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.886
Standard number 5 app'ied. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.9S9S2	Slope: 0.0336
Hg2 ID: ST06=10.C ug/. Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Samcle abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate '	Time: 11:58
Peak Area (A-s): 7.340	Peak Height (A): 0.326
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.326
Concentration (ug/L ): 9.581
Standard number 6 app'ied. [10.00C]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99979	Slope: 0.0328

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Element pile: hg_.
Date: 0S/"3/56
Data File: 6B589.DAT
Technique: MHS
Remark l: STANDARDS^ 2-".05-5
RemarK 2: 0C= 2-105-6
Element: Hg2
Time: 11:58
ID/Wt F'le: ABSaS.IDfc
Ca"hb. Tyoe: Une?r
rtaveie'ctn: 253.
S'rt: z'.J L
larrs Current: C
Energy: 75
|M! Display Calibration - C:\fifl_LiSER\fifi_FELS\LEMEi1T,',HG_.MEL
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0.326-
V
X
I \ X--S5
J3nd Linear
1 Corn. Coef.: 0.99979
c@S3 Slope: 8,0328
0.0 1 Concentration 10.000


K

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-  .. . V , w . .
atic'ie Volume: 100 mL
Loc.	Sample ID	Weight	Dilution
0	STD BLANK
1	STD1=C.2 ug/L
2	STD2=C.5 ug/.
3	ST33 =i.0 ug/L
4	STD4=2.0 ug/L
5	STD5= 5.0 ug/.
6	STD6=10,C ug/L
7	ICV=4.C ug/L ^ -
8	ICB
9	CHECK LD
10	-31-55-1 AC
11	131-5S-14C 0
12	131-59-14C MS
13	131-S9-14C MSD
14	131-59-15A
15	1 31-59-15A D
16	1315 S1 SB
<7	131  59 15B D
18	-31-59-150
19	131-59-15D 0X4
20	131-69-150 0X40
21	131-59-15DE
22	131-59-150E D
23	131-59-16A
24	1315916A D
25	131-59-16C
26	131-59-16C 0
27	13"-59-160
28	131-59-160 0X4
2S	13--59-16D 0X4C
30	131-59-16DE
31	131-59-16DE 0
32	131-59-20B
33	121-59-20B D
34	CCV1=6.0 ug/L 2
35	CCB1
3 11

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E'ecent Fi
"'e:
E"e?r,ent: Hg2
Wave'ength: 253.7
Date: 03/1
3/96
T:me: 12:05
Sin: 0.7 L
lata r"le:
AB59C.DAT
IQ/Wt Fi'e: A359C.IDW
Lamo Cu-rent: 0
'ecnmaue:
MhS
Califc. Type: Linear
Energy: 75
Remark 1:
STANDARDS: 2-105-5


ferns'"k 2:
QC= 2-105-6



*92 ID:
STD BLANK
Seq. No.: 000C2 A/S Pos.
:  Date: 08/13/96
Reolicate
1
Time: 12:06

PeaK Area
(A-s): 0.001
Peak Height (A):
-C.000
alarm Corrected Pk height (A): -0.000
Auto-zerc per-ormec.
g2 ID: STD1=0,2 ug/L Seq. No.:	00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: C8/13/96
Recreate 1	Time: 12:08
Peak Area (A-s): 0.146	Peak Height (A): 0.00?
31ariK Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.007
Standard number 1 applied. [0.200]
Corre1ation coefficient: i.00000	Slope: 0.0331
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than tn'at of the largest standara.
Replicate 1	Time: 12:09
eak Area (A-s): 0.373	Peak Height (A): 0.017
B^ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.017
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.500
Stanca'd number 2 applied. [C.500]
Correlation coefficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0331
Kg2 ID: ST03=1.0 ug/L Sec. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 12:10
Peak Area (A-s): 0.747	PeaK Height (A): 0.034
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.034
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.021
Stanaard number 3 applied. [1.000]
Cnr-'e'ation coefficient: 0.99985	Slope: 0.0337
Hg2 ID: STD4=2.0 ug/L	Sea. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. ^s greater tnan that of the largest standard.
=eo' icate " '	Time: 12:11
'eak Area (A-s): 1.A8C	Peak Height (A): 0.066
Blank Corrected ck Heignt !>;: 0.066
Corcentrdticn [ug/l ): 1.950

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bianca'c nunDer 4 acp led. ti.uuuj
Ccr-e'at'C- coefficient: G.99980
Slope: 0.022C
is-	S*D5=.0 u=/l	Seq. No.: 00007 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sarrple abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Reclicate 1	Time: 12:13
?eak Area (A-s;: 3.714	Peak Height (A): 0.168
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.168
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.102
Standard njmber 5 applied. [5.000}
Corre'ation coefficient: 0.99992	Slope: 0.0336
Hg2 ID: STD6=10.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Reo'icate 1	Time: 12:14
Peak Area (A-s): 7.341	Peak Height (A): 0.328
Blank, Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.328
Concentration (ug/L ): 9.777
Standard number 6 applied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99990
Slope: 0.0330

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E'eme-t F""e: hG_.ME_	E'ement: Hg2	Wavelength: 253.'
Date: 08/"3/96 ~	T'.me: 12: u	Slit: 0.7 L
Data -i'e: AB590.DAT	ID/Wt File: AB550.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Techn-.que: Mh$	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
RemarK 1; STANDARDS^ 2-105-5
RemarK 2: QC: 2-105-6
H| Display Calibration - C:\fifi.USER\fifl.FiLES\ELEMEIiT\HB_.MEL
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0.32s-
j i ^
c:
Linear
rgS ^ Corr. Coef.: 0.99990
Slope; 0.8338
B.0 Concentration 10.000


l

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Elerre-.t	HG_.*E_	Eleirent: *a2	Wavelength: 253."
^ate: 08/13/96	Time: '.2: "6	Slit: 0.7 t
Data P-i'e: A5S3C\jAT	ID/Wt File: AB590.IDto	Lamo Current: 0
Tecn-.ique: MHS	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remar* 1: STANDARDS^ 2-105-5
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-6
rig2 ID: ICV=4.: ug/L	Seq. No.: 00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: OB/*3/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:17
Pea* Area (A-s): 3.121	Peak Height (A): 0.143
Blan< Corrected ck Height (A): 0.143
Concentration (ug/L J: A.344
Hg2 ID: ICB	Seq. Nc.: 00010 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:18
Peak Area (A-s): 0.007	Peak Height (A): 0.000
Blank Corrected P. Height (A): 0.030
:cncentraticn (ug/L ): C.012
ig2 ID: CHECK LC
Repl'cate i
3ea* Area (A-s): 0.153
31ank Corrected P^ Height (A): 0.007
Concentratio". (ug/L ): 0.210
Hg2 ID: 13l-59-'4C
teplicate 1
Peak Ares (a-s): 0.065
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.003
:cnceitration (ug/L ): 0.079
Date: 08/13/96
Time: 12:19
Pea* Height (A): 0.007
Date: 08/13/96
Time: 12:21
Peak Height (A): 0.003
Seq. No.: 00011 A/S Pos.: --
Seq. No.: 00012 A/S Pos.: 

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Recii^ate *
Area :'A-s'i: 2.JC1
B'ank Corrected -K -e:ght A):
Cor.:3*tra;ion iug/_ ): 2.32"
7're: *2:2^
Pea* Height (A): 0.:25
C.125.
Hg: ID: 131-5S-15A	Sea. No.:
Seoncaie i
eeal- Area (A-s': D.O^S
SlarK Corrected ?k Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (.g/L }: G.Q64
00016 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/56
Time: 12:25
Peak Height (A": 0.002
H=2 10: "31-59-15A D	Seq. No.:
Rep'icate i
Beak Area !a-s): 0.045
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/l ): 0.064
00017 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 12:26
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Hg2 ID: 131-59-153	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.C12
Blank Corrected Pk -eight (A): 0.0C1
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.015
00018 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/13/96
Time: 12:27
Peak Height (A): 0.001
Hg2 ID: 13159155 D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.015
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.018
00019 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 12:28
Peak Height (A): 0.001
Hg2 ID: 131-69-150	Seq. No.: 00020 A/S Pos.: -- Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 12:29
Peak Area (A-s): 13.249	Peak Height (A): 0.576
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.576
Concentration (ug/L ): 17.455
Hg2 ID: 121-59-15D 0X4 Seq. No.: 00021 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:36
Peak Area (A-s): 3.243	Peak Height (A): 0.138
81an< Corrected k Height (A): 0.138
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.168
Hg2 ID: 131-59-15C DX4D Sec. No.: 00022 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/13/96
Recreate
Peak A.-ea (a-s':: 2.46S
Time: 12:37
Pea* Height (A): 0.150

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Ccics^trariCT (ug/L ): 4.551
Hg2 ID: 131-53-15DE	Seq. No.: 00022 A/S Pos,:  Dale: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:38
ea< Ares (A-s): 0.801	Peak Heignt (A): 0.034
i'w< Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.034
Concert,ration (ug/L ): ".03"
Hg2 ID: 131915DE D Seq. No.: 00024 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/36
Replicate 1	Time: 12:3
Peak Area (A-s): 0.855	Peak Height (A): 0.035
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.035
Concentration (ug/-. ): 1.070
Hg2 10: 131-S9-16A
Seq, No.: 00025 A/S Pos,
Date: 08/13/96
Rep'*cats 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.080
Blank Correctec Pk Beignt (A): 0.004
Concentration (ug/_ ): 0.109
Time: 12:40
Peak Height (A): 0.004
Hg2
ID: 131-59-16A D
Seq. No.: 00026 A/S Pos.
Date: 08/13/96
Rep 1"eate i
eak Area (A-s): 0.073
81an< Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.003
Concentration (ug/_ ): 0.09?
Time: 12:43
Peak Height (A): 0.003
Hg2 ID: 131-59-16C
Seq. No.: 00027 A/S Pos.
Reclicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.022
Blan< Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 0.301
Concentration (yg/L ): 0.036
Date: 08/13/16
Time: 12:45
Paak Height (A): 0.Q01
Hg2 10: 131-59--60 D
to *	*
Seq. No.: 00028 A/S Pos.:
Date: 08/13/96
Reo'icate i
eak Area (A-s): O.Oi?
Slank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.024
Time: 12:46
Pea* Height (A): 0.001
Hg2 ID: 131-59--6D	Seq. No.: 00029 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Samole afcs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Rec" icate i	Tifie: 12:47
Pea< A'63 I a-s): 12.9S3	Peak Height (A): 0.562
?'sr< Co-rected =>< He-cht (A): 0.562
Concent ret"on (ug/l ): 17.022

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Hg2 ID: l3l-5?-160 0X4 Seq. No.: 00030 A/S ?cs.: -- Date: 08/* 3/96
Redicate 1	Time: 12:54
Peak Area (A-s): 3.253	Peak Height (a;: 0.-43
B^ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.143
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.336
Hg2 ID: 131-53-16D CX4D Sea. Nc.: 00031 A/S Pos.:  Date: C8/'3/96
Reolicata 1	Time: 12:55
Peak Area (A-s): 3.287	Peak Height (A): 0.137
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.137
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.165
Hg2 ID: 131-59-16CE	Seq. No.: 00032 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:56
Peak Area (A-s): 1.795	Peak Height (A): 0.076
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.075
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.298
Hg2 ID: 131-59-16DE D	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 1.749
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.073
Concentration (ug/L ): 2.222
00033 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13
Time: 12:56
Peak Height (A): 0.073
Hg2 ID: 131-59-20B	Seq. No.: 00034 A/S Pos.: -- Cate: 08/13/96
Replicate i	Time: 12:58
Peak Area (A-s): 0.040	Peak Height (A): 0.002
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.OC2
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.046
Hg2 ID: 131-59-208 D	Seq. No.: 00035 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:58
Peak Area (A-s): 0.031	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.035
Hg2 ID: CCV1=6.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00036 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 12:59
Peak Area (A-s): 4.575	Peak Height (A): 0.210
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.210
Concentration (ug/L ): 6.365
Hg2 ID: CCB1
Sea. No.: 00037 A/S Pos.
Cate: 08/13/96

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Re?"icats
=eA Area (A-s;: 0.018
6"ark Corrected Pk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/L J: 0.C18
Tme: "3:0C
Peak Height (A'c 0.001
o.oo-
O w ***
3 ! <

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ID/*e""it "i "e: A55S1. IG'a	Analyst: CROKER
SdTiD'ie Relume: ' OZ ir.L	Nominal Weight:
Loc.	Sample ID
0	STD BLANK
1	ST01=0. 2 ug/'L
2	STD2-0.5 ug/_
3	ST03=1.0 ug/L
A	STD4=2.0 ug/L
5	ST05=5.0 ug/L
6	S7D6=10.Q ug/L
Weight	D" 1j fieri

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Element --'e: r.3_.MSL	Element: Hg2	Wavelength: 253.7
Date: CS/-.2/96	Time: 13:07	slit: o7t L
Data Fi'e: A55S1.0AT	IO/wt ?ile: AB59'.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Technique: MHS	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remark <: STANDARDS^ 2-105-5
Remark 2: QC= 2-105-6
Hg2 ID: STD BLANK	Seq. No.:
Replicate 1
Peak Area (A-s): C.00*
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.000
Ajto-ze^o performed.
00002 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 13:08
Peak Height (A): 0.000
Hg2 ID: ST01=0.2 ug/L Seq. No.:	00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:09
Pea< Area (A-s): 0.160	Peak Height (A): 0.007
B'ank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.007
Standard number i applied. [0.200]
Correlation coefficient: 1,00000	Slope: 0.0326
Hg2 ID: STD2=0.5 ug/L Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate '	Time: 13:10
Peak Area (A-s): 0.400	Peak Height (A): 0.018
Slank Ccrrectec Pk Height ;a): 0.018
Concent"atlon (ug/_ ): 0.538
Standard number 2 appliea. [0.500]
Correlation coefficient: C.99801	Slope: 0.0348
Hg2 ID: STD3=1.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sar.ple abs. Is greater than that of the largest standard.
Reo*icate 1	Time: "3:11
Peak Area (A-s): 0.806	Peak height (A): 0.036
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.036
Concentration (ug/L ): 1.047
Standard numoer 3 applied. [-.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.999C2	Slope: 0.0361
Hg2 ID: STD4:2.0 ug/. Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Oate: 08/13/96
Sample abs. Is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate '	Time: 13:12
Peak Area (A-s): 1.594	Peak Height (A): 0.072
B'an< Icrrectec Pk Hei ant -'A): 0.072

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Siarsarc lumoe' t. 30p<"ed. i 2. 0C0 j
Ccre"a;icn cce*fIcier" : 0.99982
Slope: 0.0359
Hg2 ID: STD5=5.0 ug/L	Sea. No.: OOOC7 a/S Pos.:  Dare: 02/13/96
Samole abs. is greater tnan that of the largest standarc.
Recreate 1	Tine: "3:14
Peak Area (A-s): 3.355	Peak Height (A): 0.171
5lank Corrected Pk Height (A.!: C.17"
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.759
Standard nunoer 5 aop'iec. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99962	Slope: 0.03*5
He2 ID: STD6="0.0 ug/L Seq. No.: 00008 A/S Pes.: -- Date: 08/"3/96
Sample abs. is greater than tnat of the largest stanaard.
Replicate 1	Time: 13:15
Peak Area (A-s): 7.737	Peak Height (A): C. 250
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.350
Concentration (ug/L ): 10.142
Standard number 6 applied. [10.000]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99989
Slope: 0.0348

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ile^ent Fi 1e: HG_.ME.	Elerrer": Hg2	Wavelength: 253.7
)2te: 03/13/96	Tine: 13:16	Slit: 0.7 t
!a.a -i1e: AB5S1.DA'	ID/wt File: AB591.IDW	Lame Current: 0
'ecnmque: M^S	Cal'b. Type: Lines-"	Energy: 75
temark 1: STANDARDS" 2-105-5
ieirark 2: QC= 2-105-6
H
Display Calibration - C ;\AA_USER\Afl_F [LES\ELEMEHT\HG_.MEL
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0.350- ^
j
t j ^ "S5
Linear
n/ M Corr. Caef.: B.99909
ipE3?7S3 Slope: 8.034B
8 8 Concentration 10,088


1

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as " 2'
- r"'e  - 3!?1.1DW

c'-TS': 'CO r-L
oc
Sansie Ij
0
STD BLANK

c^n- -*  e* /:
diycv'k w*5/ -
0
S~02=0.5 ug/L
2
ST02 = '1.0 ug/ -
x
STD4=2.0 ug/-
5
S7DS-5.0 ug/L
6
STD5=10.0 ug/
7
ICV=4,C ug/L
8
ICB
c
CHECK LO
10
33139 MBS
11
38139 MB5 D
12
33139 1.CS5
' 3
3S139 -CS5 0
1 4
l31-59-'?A
15
131-59-17A D
16
131-59-1?6
17 '
131-59-173 0
18
131-59-173
 9
131-5S-17D D
2C
131-59-15C
21
131-59-15C D
22
131  59ISC MS
23
131-59-'5C MSD
24
131-59-170E
25
131-9-"7DE DX4
26
131-59-"7DEDX40
2'
131-59-19A
23
131-59-19A D
2S
131-59-198
3C
131-59-193 D
31
131-59-193
22
131-59-190 D
33
131-59-19DE
34
131-59-19DE D
35
CCV1=6.0 ug/L
36
CCB1
Ana'yst: CRCK
Sia""1 we i 91
Weight	Dilut

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r'esct r-'e: f-3 .CE	Element: 4:2	wave'ength: 253."?
Date: 0S."3/96 "	Time: "3:22	Slit: 0.7 L
Data p"'=: AB592.0AT	ID/wt File: A3592.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Technique: MHS	Calib. Type: .inear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS^ 2-105-5
Remark 2: X= 2-105-6
Hg2 ID: STD BLANK	Sec. No.:
Reolicate "
Peak Area (A-s): -0.001
BlanK Corrected Pk Height (A ": -O.OOD
Auto-zero performed.
00002 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 13:23
Peak Height (A): -0.000
Hg2 ID: STD1=C.2 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00003 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:24
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.169	Peak Height (A): 0.008
81an<; Corrected Pk Height (A): C.008
Stancard number 1 applied. [0.2CO]
Correlation coefficient: 1.00000	Slope: 0.0386
Hc2 ID: STD2=C.5 jg/L	Seq. No.: 00004 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample aos. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate 1	Time: 13:25
Peak Ares (A-s): 0.40S	Peak Height (A): 0.018
Blank Corrected Pk Neigi*t (A): C.018
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.475
Standard number 2 applied. [0.500]
Corre1af'on coefficient: 0.99898	Slope: 0.0370
Hg2 10: STD3=1.0 ug/L	Sec. No.: 00005 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample aos. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Rep'icate 1	Time: 13:27
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.802	Peak Height (A): 0.036
31ank Cor-ected Pk Heigr.t (A): C.036
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.965
itandarc! number 3 applied. [1.CC0]
Correlation coefficient: 0.95943	Slcoe: C.0360
ig2 ' I": STD4=2.0 ug/L	Seq. No.: 00006 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Samole afcs. is greate- than that of the largest standard,
ieplicate 1	Time: 13:2
,'eaK Area (A-s): 1.614	Peak Height (A): C.C74
SI an Cc-ectec Pk He'art (A): C.074
.oncerfatioi (ug/_ ): 2.04?

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Stancara "^-lDe'" J acp'Mec. [2.000]
Correlation coeicient: 0.99976	S'ope: 0.0367
Hc2 10: S*D5=5.0 ug/L	Sag. No.: 00007 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sairole abs. is grea:;er than tnat of the largest standarc.
Replicate i	T"me: 13:29
Peak Area (A-s): 3.971	Peak He-ght (A): 0.'83
Blarx Corrected Pk Height fA): 0.183
Concentration (jg/L ): 4.980
Standard number 5 applied. [5.000]
Correlation coefficient: C.99997	Slope: 0.0355
Hg2 ID: STD6=iD.O ug/L Seq. Nc.: 00008 A/S Pos.: ~ Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Replicate '	Time: ''3:30
Peak Area (A-s): 7.697	Peak Height (A): 0.349
Blank Correctec 5k Height (A): 0.349
Concentration (ug/L ): 9.543
Standard numoer 6 acp'ied. [''Q.QOO]
Correlation coefficient: 0.99963
Slope: 0.0353

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E'ement 51*e: H3_.Mil	Element: Hg2	Wavelergth: 253.7
Date: 06/13/96	Time: 13:31	Slit: C.7 I
Data F*1e: AB5S2.DA"	ID/Wt File: AB592.IDW	Lamp Current: 0
Techrr.cue: M-iS	Calib. Type: Linear	Energy: 75
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-5
RemarK 2: 2C= 2-105-6
H | Display Calibration - C: \fft_US ER\flfi_F IL ES \ EL EM EM T\HG_. H E L
0.349-
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Corr. Doef.: 0.99963
	Slope: 8,8353
8.8	Concentration	10.0B0
365

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Element -'"e: -G_.XEL
Date: OS/"3/96
Data "ile: A35S2.DA"
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NWS
clement: HcS
Time: 13:32
ID/Wt F1e: AB552.I0W
Calis. Type: Linear
Remark 1: STANDARDS: 2-105-5
Remark 2: CC= 2-105-5
wavelength: 253.7
Slit: 0.7 .
L3mo Current: 0
Energy: 75
*g2 ID: ICV:-.0 jg/L	Sec. No.: 00009 A/S Dos.:  Date: 08/13/95
Replicate 1	Time: 13:33
Peak A>-ea (A-s): 2.182	Peak Height (A): 0.-43
B'arK Cor-ectea 5k Heignt (A): 0.143
Concentration (uc/i ): 4.0^1
rg2 10: ICS	Sec. Nc. : Q0010 A./S Pes.:  Date: 08/13/96
dedicate "	Time: *3:34
Peak Area (A-s!: 0.019	Peak height (A): 0.001
3lsnk Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.CC1
Concentrat"on (ug/L ): 0.014
Hg2 ID: CHECK LO	Sea. No.: 00011 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/"3/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:35
Peak Area (A-s): 0.171	Peak Height (A): 0.CO8
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.008
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.216
He2 ID: 38139 MB5	Seq. No.: 00012 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:36
Pea< Area (A-s): 0.021	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blann Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.00*
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.020
Hg2 ID: 38139 MB5 D	Seq. No.: 00013 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Rep'icate '	Time: 13:37
Peak Area (A-s): 0.018	Peak Height (A): 0.001
BUnk Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concent rat-.on (ug/L ): 0.020
Hg2 ID: 35139 LCS5	Sea. No.: 00014 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:38
Peak Area (A-s): 3.969	Peak Height (A): 0.175
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.175
Concentration (ug/L ): 4.974
Ho2 ID: 38139 lCS5 j
Seq. No.: 00015 A./S Pos.
Date: 08/'3/96

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i-ea< Area (A-s): 0.025	Peak Height (A): 0.001
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.034
Hg2 ID: 131-59-17B D	Seq. No.:
(ep'icate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.022
I Hank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): 3.001
".oncentration (ug/L ): 0.023
00019 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Time: 13:44
Peak Height (A): 0.001
ig2 IC: 131-59-17D	Seq. No.: 00020 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:45
eak Area (A-s): 6.515	Peak Height (A): 0.282
lank Corrected P< Heignt (A): 0.282
Concentration (ug/L ): 8.006
Hg2 ID: 131-59-170 D	Seq. No.: 00021 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
eplicate 1	Time: 13:46
.eak Area (A-s): 6.543	Pea< Height (A): 0.287
Blank Corrected P, Height (A): 0.287
oncentration (ug/L ): 8.-37
"S2 IC: 131-59-15C	Sec. Nc.: 00022 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Kedicate 1	T-ne: '3:47
Peak Area (A-s'i: C.07i	PeaK Height (a): 0.0C3
Tarn-. Corrected He-cht	;a): C.C03

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ug2- 10: 3"-9-15C u	Sea. No.:
fieolicate i
PsaK Area (A-sJ: 0.050
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): C.002
Concentration (ug/L ): C.046
QGC23 A/S Pes.:  Date: 08/13/95
Time: 13:48
Peak Heignt (A): 0.002
H=2 ID: 131-o9-i5C MS Seq. No.: 0C024 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Recreate 1	"-me: 13:49
Peak Area (A-s): 2.78S	Peak Height (A): 0.115
Blank Correctec Pk Height (A): 0.115
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.248
Hg2 ID: 131-59-15C MSD Seq. No.: C0025 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate '	Time: *3:50
Peak Area (A-s): 2.598	Peak Height (A): 0.111
Blank Corrected 'k Height (A): 3.111
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.143
Hg2 ID: 131-59-17DE	Sea. No.: 0C026 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Sample abs. is greater than that of the largest standard.
Reelicats 1	Time: 13:51
Peak Area (A-s): 13.103	Peak Height (A): 0.543
Blank Corrected Pk Heignt (A): C.543
Concentration (yg/L ): 15.400
Hg2 ID: 131-59-17DE 0X4 Sec. No.: 00027 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	T'me: 13:58
PeaK Area (A-s): 5.C33	Peak Height (A): 0.215
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.215
Concentration (ug/L ): 5.103
Hg2 ID: 131-59-17DEDX4C Seq. No.: 00028 A/S Pos.:  Data: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	Time: 13:59
Peak Area (A-s): 5.066	Peak Height (A): 0.218
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.2"8
Concentration (ug/L ): 6.169
Hg2 ID: 131-59-19A	Seq. No.: 00C29 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
Replicate 1	T-ne: 14:00
Pea* Area (A-s): 0.054	Peax Height (A): 0.002
5'ank Correctec Pk Heignt (A): 0.002
Concentratior (ug/L .5: 0.054
3~8

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CJ
13,-=9-"9A D
Seq. No.: 00030
A/S ?QS.
Date: 08/13/S6
Reo'icate i
I-eaK Area (A-s): C.C42
ilank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.002
Concentration iug/1 ): 0.043
Time: 1-^:0"!
Peak Height (a): 0.00^
Hg2 ID: "31  5919S
Seq. NO.: 00031
A/S POS.: 
teoiicate 1
.'eak Area (A-s): 0.021
Blank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
^ncentranon (Lg/L ): C.317
Time: 14:03
Peak Height (A): 0.001
Date: 08/13/96
;Hc2 ID: 131-5S-19B D
Seq. No.: 00032 A/S POS.:
Date: 08/13/96
Keplicate 1
PeaK Area (A-s): 0.02'
lank Corrected Pk Height (A): 0.001
oncentration (ug/L ): 0.028
Time: 14:04
Peak Height (A): 0.001
92
ID: 131-59-19D
Seq. No.: 00033
A/S Pos.
Date: 08/13/96
tec'icate 1
eak Area (A-s): 0.03S
lank CoTectec Pk Heigrt (A): 0.002
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.043
Time: 14:05
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Hg2
ID: 131-59-190 0
Seq. No.: 00034
A/S Pos.: 
Ieolicate 1
eak Area (A-s): C.C39
."lank Corrected k Height (A): 0.002
Dncentrat-on (ug/L ): 0.051
Time: 14:05
Peak Height (A): 0.002
Date: 08/13/96
g2 ID: i3159"9DE
Replicate 1
"aak Area 'a-s): 0.129
lank corrected Pk weight (A): 0.005
Loncentration (ug/L ): 0.145
Seq. No.: 00035 A/S Pos.:
~ime: 14:06
Peak Height (A): 0.0C5
Date: 08/13/9E
j2 ID: 131-59-19DE D Seq. No.:	00036 A/S Pos.:  Date: 08/13/96
policate 1	Time: 14:07
Iak Area (A-s): 0.122	PeaK Height (A): 0.005
Blank Corrected Pk Heigit (A): 0.005
joncenfation (-g/L ): 0.139
Mc2 ID: CCV1=5.0 tg/L Seu. No.:	OOC37 A/S 3os.:  Date: 08/12/96

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^epi-cata 1
Peak Area (A-s): 4.732
SlanK Correctec Dk Height (A):
Concentration (ug/L ): 3.018
r 1 *;e: " -: Z 9
Peak He .ant (A ;: c.2*2
0.212
Hg2 ID: CCB1	Seq. No.:
Recreate 1
Peak Area (A-s): 0.C15
Blank Corrected ?k Heigrt (A): 0.001
Concentration (ug/L ): 0.01?
00036 A/S Pos.:  Date: 05/13/95
Time: 14;*0
Peak Height (A): C.C01
370

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Appendix B
Field Data
B-l	Jerome Analyzer Field Data
B-2	M-29 Field Data Sheets
B-3	Moisture Recovery Sheets
B-4	Meter Calibration Data sheet
B-5	Traverse Point Location and K Factor Calculation
B-6	Header and Sales Gas Flow Rates

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Appendix B
Field Data
Jerome Analyzer Field Data

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Calibration Status as Received (Check One):
~new Qin Calibration QOUT of Calibration (Data Attached)
ONon-fimctional - Unable to Verify
This is to certify that the JEROME 431-X GOLD FILM MERCURY ANALYZER, Serial
Number )c>l . was faaory calibrated to units traceable to NIST.
I have inspected this instrument's operation, calibration and appearance and approve it for
meeting all factory specifications
As long as a functional test is within range, according to the procedure outlined in the
Operator's Manual, the instrument is performing correctly.
Factory recalibration is recommended every twelve months.
Arizona Instruments certifies that the above listed instrument meets or exceeds all published specifications
and has been calibrated using standards whose accuracy are traceable to the National Institute of Standards
Technology within the limitations ofthe Institute's calibration services, or have been derived from accepted
values of natural physical constants, or have been derived by the ratio rype of self calibration techniques.
Arizona Instrument has reviewed MIL STD 4S662A and believes to comply.
DISCLAIMER: Any unauthorized adjustments, removal or breaking of QC seals, or other customer
modifications on your Jerome Analyzer will. VOID this factory calibration certificate Because any of the
above acts could affect the calibration and readings of the instrument, this certificate will no longer be valid
and, further, Arizona Instrument Corporation will NOT be responsible for any liabilities created as a result
of using the instrument after such adjustments, seal removal, or modifications-
Specific adjustments detailed in the User's Manual may be performed according to the directions, and within
the limits, set by the manual. Factory calibrations are recommended at least yearly.
Inspeaed By:

Date:

SJ16-0006
4114 Eux Wood Street
Phoenix, Aaien* 50*0
(602) 470-MH, (100) 52f74il
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Appendix B
field Data
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DuetOlmanalona (In)

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MatoOH

Aaaumad Motatura (*)

FHm Number

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Molstura Collactad (g)

Stntk; l^33ur (In H20)

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Sampling Location
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Fltar Numbat

Sampta Typa
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Malai AH

AMumad Motalura (*)

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K Factor

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Ambitr>t Tompwatua fF)
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Boionnitrlc Prmi/ (In)
Static PrnmurB (In H2Q)
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NontalD(ln.)

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Sampling location
c.o*
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A-?7
Filler Number

Sample Type

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Ai turned Moltluie (%)

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FIELD DATA
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Plant
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HalgHtd Location (0)


Data
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Duet Mnamlona (In)

Samplng Location
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A-iy
FBtarNumbar

Sampte Typa

MMw&H

AMumad Motetin (%)

RunNumbar

Yd

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Operator
-
K Factor

COZ(%)

Ambient Temparotura ("F)
7(2
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02/C02 Mathod

Baiomatrie PtMiire (In)
3*. o)
Haatar Box Sattng (*F)

Molttura CoHaetad (9)

Static Pt assure (In H20)

Intel Laak Chach

Final Laak Check

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Traversa
Point
Numbar
Samplng
Tlma
(mtn)
Clock
Tlma
124-hfl
GiiIMk
Reading
Vm (W
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Hand
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FIELD DATA
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Ptam
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Halght of location (!)


Data
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Nozzla D (In.)

DuctMnanalona (In)

Samplng Location

MatvBoxNumbar
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Flltar Numbar

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Attumad Molatua (%)

Run Numbt
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Yd

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Number
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Tlraa
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Tampcratura
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FIELD DATA
Run
Pagt 1 of
Plant
Fa**a Ktlk
Probe Length and Type

Height el location (ft)


UhEb
Sam ping Location
Samp* Type
~7~
Naule ID (In.)

Duct Dlmenelone (In)

CfX'Z
Meter Box Number
7
Flltar Numb

Meter AH

Aasumad MotaMe {%)

Run Number TVl
(BLAtvK
Yd

02(*>

Operator

K Factor

C02 (%)

A/nblanl Temperature (*F)
fss*
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02/C0? Mrthod

Goiomatrtc nmut (In)
-3.o\
Heater Bex Setting fF)

Moisture Collected (g)

Static Preaoiio (In H20)

Intfal Laak Cheek

Final Leak Check

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Tiavarae
Point
Number
Sampling
Tlma
(mln)
Clock
Time
(24-hr)
Gai Malar
Reading
Vm m
Velocity
Head
ap
flnH20)
Orifice
Premie
Differential
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Flu*
Go*
Tempera lure
m
Probe
Temperature
TR
Flltar
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m
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Oparator

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Point
Number
SampSng
Tim*
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Clock
Tim#
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Qm Malar
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AP
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flua
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Tamparatu*
m
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FIELD DATA
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Height of Locafcn (It) '

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Nozzle ID (In.)

DuctDlmenetons (In)

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ty* JeM
Meter Box Number
^ 30H>
Fitter Number

Snmplfi Typo
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Meter AH
t.#7o
Araumed Mobtiee (%)

Run Numb*

Yd
/m
02(%)
c
Operator

K Factor

C02(%)

Amblaol Temperature fF)

FobaH*at*r Setting fF)

0Z/C02 Method

Barometric Preeei/e (In)
Z-?W
Healer Box Setting fF)

Moisture Collected (g)

StaHc Prassure (In H20)

Inttal Leak Check
/.)(?($ .
Final Leak Check

Read and Record Al Pain Every
Mnutai
Velocity
Dry Gut Meier
Temperature
Samplng
Clock
Time
-G5d*L
/>W5
una Meter
Reading
Vm m
Orifice
Pieetwe
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Probe
Temperature
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TmpraM
Travrs
Pump
Vacuum
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Pag# I of
EcuKfO Rtfttofcb Group. inc.

Pbrrt
Data
Samplng UcaKon
2
Sample Typ
Run Number
Operator
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Data
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DuctDbnemlont (In)

Sam ping Location
r*L*/y
Mater Box Number
A**#
Fitter Number

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Aasumed MoleMe (%)

Run Numb*

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C02 (%)

Ambient Tamparalura f F)

Probe Heater Setting f F)

02/C02 Method

Baromatrlc Rrasitta (In)
"&0-o/
Heater Box Siting (*F)

Moisture Collected (g)

Slate Preasura (In H20)

Intlal Leak Chack
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[In H3Q)
On. Hal
Jz^ry

Comminh;

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fj/k
Holght of Location (ft)
Frob# Length arxl Typa
Duct Dfanerwom on)
Nozzt* ID (In.)

Meter Box Number
Sampling Location
Aitumed Motelure (%)
Samp* Type
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Run Number
CQ2 (%)
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Operator
ft oba Heater Setting 6-o
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Number
Sainplng

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Tim*
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Hatght of locaSon (ft)

Data
7-/
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Number
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FIELD DATA
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Pag I of
Ptant
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Halght of Location (H)


Dale

NontalD(ln.)

Duct OlmaneIons (In)

So rn ping Location
{/tAsXj*n.
Malar BoaNumbaf Jf.
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Snmplo Typa

Malar AH@

Aasumad Mdatura (%)

Run Numbar

Yd

02 (%)

Oporolor
ml#
K Factor

C02(%)

Ambient TemparRhjre (*F)
8o*F
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FIELD DATA
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Ptant
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Appendix B
Field Data
Moisture Recovery Sheets

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^ibkb
fcstorr ftwarch Grate. K
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfffl
Date

Sampling Location

Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number
S
impinger Box Number
\r>c v ntffcW
Recovery Person V
JLSwift
Recovery Rinses
3x0.1N HN03
Sample Identification
FKL- vo -
Filter Number
f=X-c>5-f=
XAD Number
NA
Impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
(9)
ImpingerTip
Configuration
Impinger Weight
Final
(g)
Initial
mmm
Weight
- Gain
(g)
1
MT
XXX
KO
*32b.M
Uuoo

2
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100 g
MGS
iSM.o

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3
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
GS

UOto.>
a 0.2.
4
MT
XXX
KO


Q.ip
5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
-100g
MGS

Sur*^

6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
GS

5"5i i
5.|
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS
%\ bo

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Total Weight Gain (g)


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^ERS
EaBair Hewjeh Group, mc-
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Date
Sampling Location
Sample Type
Run Number
rmpinger Box Number
Recovery Person
Recovery Rinses
Sample Identification
Filter Number^
XAD Number:
Fresh Kills Landfill

Ucwm-tar
Method 29

JLSwifl
3x 0.1N HN03
FKL-^Jk-^Gr^P^' ^ \
FV
NA
..
impinger
Number
' :.r;
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
Impinger Tip
Configuration
Impinger Weight
Final
(g)
Initial
(g)
Weight
Gain
(9)
1
MT
XXX
KO
-i . li-
>o(V
Tli -l/IShu

2
5% HN03/
10% H202
- lOOg
MGS

*n$. %
Voib
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
~ 100 g
GS
6S5-(p
T-14
\-\Pr
4
MT
XXX
KO
qio.i
 f II
\o. 5
5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
MGS
Sis.>
Si VI
5. o
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
-100 g
GS
S'SMO
5UA
\.(j
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS

18% .V,
I>4- to
Total Weight Gain (g)


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Rwwscft GfOk4>. Inc.
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date :

Sampling Location
\rvCir\-*oa
Filter Number
FXL- W F
XAD Number
NA
Impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
(fl)
impinger Tip
Configuration
Impinger Weight
Final
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Initial
{g)
Weight
Gain
(g)
1
MT
XXX
KO


si A
2
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
MGS

6^.1-
m.o
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
GS

UOM
5u o
4
MT
XXX
KO

<4%\.2.
ra.S
5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
MGS
sn-4
E>%C\
13
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
~ 100 g
GS

S(jM^
<4-0
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS
CcV3>


Total Weight Gain (g)
WO

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MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date
n- n
Sampling Location

Sample; Type
Method 29
Run Number ;
i
impinger Box Number
*Soae
Impinger Tip
Configuration
h Impinger Weight
:i> Final'!
mfg)M
Initial
(g)
Weight
Gain
(g)
1
MT
XX*
KO
qfj-l lr
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MS^.S
o.i>
2
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100 g
MGS
bRl-o
CiRA-
ig> 'fc
- ao
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100 g
GS
SW-T-

-
4
MT
XXX
KO
Vj-n.  3
'Wl rr.
A*V
\-0
5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100g
MGS

B%5rtr'
b<5l+.t5qis
L?0i-0
~ Ls
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
GS
5
S%b.
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Ecsrm ruiwiwi-n Group. ire
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date
1
Sampling Location
MejrVvoa ^
Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number
9L
Impinger Box Number
S o
CjZi.t
-Z1.-L
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100 g
GS
u


4
MT
XXX
KO
Mz'o >
.<1
o.-&
5
4% KMf)04/
10% H2S04
~ 100 g
MGS



6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
GS

5%.o
o.S
7
Silica Gel
~ 300 g
GS
L

-3.
Total Weight Gain (g)


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^ERG
EfflW* wCTe>i Group, he.
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date

Sampling Location
S
Impinger Tip
Configuration
fmplnger Weight
Final
fg) -
Initial
(9) :
Weight
Gain

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K*fn mwagn Stoop. *e
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date
"V
Sampling Location

Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number
S
Impinger Box Number
KlnfCir.
Recovery Person
JLSwift
Recovery Rinses ~
3x0.1N HN03
Sample Identification
FKL- H -*> FtiL- is
Filter Number
W*
XAD Number : : r
NA




Impinger Weight :
Impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution :
(0)
Impinger Tip
Configuration
Final
(g)
Initial
(g)
Weight
Gain 
1
MT
XXX
KO
4T?.S
4Z5 i
57^
2
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
MGS


e\.lr
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100 g
GS


-o-u
4
MT
XXX
KO
Zo?,. (,

s.
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^ERG
tuKim\> Pmi.f> Group, me.
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date 
-7.-4 (rH*
Sampling Location ;

Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number
2
Impinger Box Number
*
Recovery Person -
JLSwift
Recovery Rinses :
3x0.1N HN03
Sample Identification:
FKL-O? te -12
Filter. Number: y hrfeiv#
/OA
XAD Number l
NA
Impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
fa)
fmplngerTIp
Configuration
j-r;;v V::V::: :> .W: '"'r
v: Impinger Weight
Final -
(g)
Initial
(3)
Weight
Gain
fg)
1
MT
XXX
KO


55.T-
2
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
MGS
Sfo. M
Slo.'t
<3.u
3
5% HN03V
10% H202
- 100 g
GS
Scjif.s
stl-q.
- (. 1
4
MT
XXX
KO

602
6 5
5
4% KMr>04/
10% H2S04
~ 100 g
MGS

|
30.0
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
GS
S72:5
10.1
1.1
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS
2o<4.i


Total Weight Gain (g)
ISO. <=l

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toOon Hamcicf Gnue. Ire
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date . \

Sampling Location
A-2cn*
Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number:

Implnger Box Number
K)4<4. 1
2
5% HN03/
10P/o H202
- 100 g
MGS
Sit*, u
511.^

3
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
GS
Sll.z-
sW
\ 3>
4
MT
XXX
KO

V jr
feol."?-
IU

5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
MGS

"S-lLi.	1

6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
GS
S"S1.a
5(^.3
-
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS

KtfCo. ^
OiTL.f
Total Weight Gain (g)
^3

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Eomm Hiiiiiui Group. me.
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant J
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date

Sampling Location
^ou-W-*
Sample Type <;
Method 29
Run Number ?
J? I
impinger Box Number

Recovery Person
JLSwift
Recovery Rinses
3 x 0.1 N HN03
Sample Identification
FKL- 3o +r> ?kL- 24
Filter Number ;.
|Of\
XAD-Number^xn-^v-:;..;
NA
Impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
(a) ^
ImprngerTip
Configuration
i- impinger Weight
Finalv
Initial
(g)
Weight
Gain
(g) *
1
MT
XXX
KO
SH.-2.
MSlk

2
5% HN03/
10% H202
~ 100 g
MGS
LpiH.s


3
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100g
GS

SSI*
OS
4
MT
XXX
KO
SoS.2.

S U
5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
~100g
MGS
6W.O

- o.M
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
-100 g
GS
ST(p-T
57M.Z
9-5
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS
115.0
-1S6-1

Total Weight Gain (g)


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MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date
n-iu-So.
Sampling Location <
^>o icMri
Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number i :
~z
Impinger Box Number:
'iovAjk-V'
Recovery Person
JLSwift
Recovery Rinses ^
3 x 0.1N HN03
Sample Identification
FKL- Slu +t> -so
Filter Number ;
MA
XAD Number ;
NA
impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
(fl)
ImpingerTip
Configuration
Impinger Weight
Final
(g)
Initial
(g)
Weight
Gain
fa]
1
MT
XXX
KO
Sn. s
M<\t.o

2
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100 g
MGS
una-**
(jSO o
\s- =>
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
-100Q
GS
5. 3
5S50
3
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
~ 100 g
GS
61II
S
-H.O
7
Silica Gel
-300g
GS


Ut>
Total Weight Gain (g)


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feERG
lowm Rweren Qieie.
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
FJant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date

Sampling Location

Sample Type ;
Method 29
Run Number

impinger Box Number

Recovery Person
JLSwift
Recovery Rinses
3x0.1N HN03
Sample identification
FKL-Zl +o -
Fitter Number .

XAD Number
NA
Impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of:
Solution
-
ImpfngerTIp
Configuration
' impinger Weight
Final
Initial
fa)
Weight
Gain
fe>
1
MT
XXX
KO
62 C.3


2
5% HN03/
10% H202
~ 100 g
MGS

WZbA
2-5
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
GS
92/3
S^.O
3 ^
4
MT
XXX
KO
5hD.^
S
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todwnnUi:n Gtctjo ne
MOISTURE RECOVERY FORM FOR METHOD 4
Plant
Fresh Kills Landfill
Date

Sampling Location :

Sample Type
Method 29
Run Number i
\
Impinger Box Number
(W\D\e_,\V
Recovery Person
JLSwifi
Recovery Rinses
3x0.1N HN03
Sample Identification r
FKL- tau tt - n*i
Filter Number i
K>P
XAD Number
NA
impinger
Number
Impinger
Solution
Amount of
Solution
(g)
fmpinger Tip
Configuration
Impinger Weight
Final
CQ)
initial
(0)
Weight
Gain
(a)
1
MT
XXX
KO
k>fv
(Of\
(OA
2
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
MGS


-"2,1 -2_
3
5% HN03/
10% H202
- 100 g
GS


-
4
MT
XXX
KO
SOS-Z-

5.1
5
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
MGS
S^.o
lemM
- \OM
6
4% KMn04/
10% H2S04
- 100 g
GS
S51.3
55^
- U Co
7
Silica Gel
- 300 g
GS

"]-6\ A

Total Weight Gain (g)
(s^

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Appendix B
Field Data
Meter Calibration Data sheet

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Mlcnam:	F :\OATAFILE\CALIBRAnCAL_MEIU.OSr\OG#1J>OST.3P\DG>_POS3.UI(1
Model Nurtxr:	511	Date:	->7/23/96
Serial Nuiter: A-37	Barometric Pressure:	> 29.60 (in. Hg)
Calibration Meter Factor re:	-> 1.0023 (muter)
Dlir GAS METER READING
Clasped Volmr Volume Volune
dn Tin* Initial Pinal Total
(In H20) (min) (cu ft) (cu ft) (cu ft)
MS
raaperature
Inlet Outlet

84.0
86.0
*57.819
463.016
5.197
76.0
76.0





Final--->
17.0
BS.O





0.27
17.50
894.452
900.037
5.585
Initial->
86.0
85.0
463.016
468.530
5.514
76.0
76.0





Flnal---
89.0
85.0





0.27
21.00
900.037
906.725
6.688
lnltlal->
87.0
15.0
468.530
475.129
6.599
76.0
76.0





Final---*
90.0
86.0





DRY GAS METER
METER CALIBRATION FACTOR
V
Value Variation
(nuiter) (mater)
BRT US METER
ORIFICE CALIBRATION FACTOR
dHS
Value Variation
(in H20) (in *20)
1.006 -0.002
1.008	0.000
1.009	0.001
1.928
1.528
1.535
-0.002
-0.002
0.005
Average
1.007
Average 1.531
Rote: Far Calibration Factor Y, the ratio of the reading of the calibration uttr to the dry git water,
acceptable tolerance of individual values froo the average is *-0.02.
Far Orifice Calibration Factor dHS, the orifice differential pressure in Inches of H20 that equates to 0.75 cfa of
at 68 F and 29.92 inches of Hg, acceptable tolerance of individual values fren the average is +-0.2.
I certify that the above Dry Saa Meter as calibrated in accordance with t.P.A. Method 5 , paragraph 7.1 ;CFR 40 Part 60
talng the Precision vet Test Meter f 11A6, uhleh in turn was calibrated wing the American tell Prcver * 3785,
certificate  F107, lAich Is traceable to the National Bureau of Standards (N.I.S.T.).
Signature
Ln
Date


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English Meter Box and English Calibration Meter Units
FI lenaae:	F:\DATAF! LE\CAl ItRATXCAL _MENU.DSK\DGM_FOST .3P\A37CAl2. W1
Model NwUr:	S11	Datei	-7/23/96
Serial Niaber; A-37CAL2	larmetric Pressure:	-> 29.60 (in. *9>
Calibration Meter Factor Tc:	- 1.3023 (mafcer)
dM
(In H2Q)
DSr GAS METER HEADING
Elasped Volune Volint Vol una
Tine Initial final Total
(in) (eu ft) (eu ft) (eu ft)
GAS
Taoperature
Inlat Outlet
(dag F) (dag F)
CALIBRATION METE*	READINSS
Voluaa Votiane	Volime
Initial final	Total
(cu ft) (eu ft)	(cu ft)
CALinUTIOM METER
Inperature
Inlet Outlet
 (deg F)
1.80 8.00 904.725 913.016 6.291 Initial-* 87.0	86.0 *75.129 481.379 6.250 76.0 76.0
Final " 99.0	87.0
1.80 12.50 913.016 922.907 9.891 Initial-* 93.0	87.0 481.379 *91.175 9.796 76.0 76.0
Final--->	103.0	88.0
1.80 10.00 922.907 930.80* 7.897 Initial-* 97.0	88.0 *91.175 *98.979 7.80* 76.0 76.0
Final---*	10*.0	89.0
0RT GAS METER
METER CALIBRATION FACTOR
r
Value Variation
(ruafcer) (ntufcer)
DRT GAS METER
ORIFICE CALIBRATION FACTOR
 calibrated using the taerican Bell Prover 0 3785,
certificate # F107, lAIJbti la traceabla to the National Bureau of Standards (N.I.S.T.).
Signature
Pate
7-^-n-

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Job:
Dale
Box#
Meter Box Calibration
Post Calibration Form
Csl Meter # *
Cal Meter Yd;
3
' I
Pbar
Vccum
'Hg
Claibration
Readout
Temp.(F)
Temp.(F)
0

SO

100

250

500

Cal. Meier
Pressure
Orifice
Selling
Oas Volume
Cal. Meier
Gas Volume
Meter Box
Cal. Temp
In Out
Meter Temp
In Out
Time
1
Yd
Delta
H C
Avfi.
Ay*.
Ave-
A4 .
Ql
6

Avg.
Ayr.
Avg.
&)
cm
us q
8T

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Meter Box Pest-Test Calibration
English Meter Box end English Calibration Meter Units
Fllenaaei	Fi\DATAFIlE\CALHRAT\CAl_NEJ.DSIC\DOI_POST.3P\A-39.yiC1
Made! Nufcer:	511	Dete:	->7/24/96
5rfei X inter: A-39	Bareaietric Pressure:	-> 29.70 (in. Ng)
Calibration Meter factor Yet	-> 1.0023 (nuvtoer)
DRT GAS METER READING
CAS
CALIBRATION HE TEA HEADINGS CALIBRATION METER

E leaped
Voliae
Voluae
volute
Taperature
Voluae
Voluw
volune
Tenperature
dH
Tim
Initial
Final
Tote I
Inlet
Outlet
Initial
Final
Total
Inlet Outlet
(In H20>
lain)
(cu ft>
(cu ft)
(cu It)
(deg F>
(deg F>
(cu ft)
(CU ft)
(cu ft)
(deg F) (deg F>
2.40
6.00
712.616
71B.120
5.504
lnltlal-> 79.0
76.0
523.412
528.818
5.406
77.0 77. a





Flnel---> 89.0
77.0




2.40
7.50
718.120
725.045
6.925
Initial-* 87.0
77.0
528.818
535.600
6.782
77.0 77.0





Final  -> 94.0
7B.0




2.40
7.50
725.045
731.934
6.889
ln1tlal-> 91.0
78.0
535.600
542.335
6.735
77.0 77.0





Final---* 98.0
79.0




DRY (MS METER
METE* CALIBRATION FACTO*
Y
Value variation
(ruber) (nu*>er>
DRY CAS METER
ORIFICE CALIBRATION FACTOR
(AO
Value Variation
(in M20) (In H20)
0.985 -0.004
0.989 0.000
0.991 0.003
1.6M
1.673
1.693
0.00 J
-0.012
0.004
Averase 0.988
Average 1.665
Hotel For Cat i brat Ton Factor 1, the ratio of the reeding of the calibration neter to the dry gas aeter,
acceptable tolerance ef individual values frea the average Is *-0.02.
For Orifice Calibration Factor dH8, the orifice differential pressure In Inches of H20 that equate* to 0.75 cfa of
et 68 F and 29.92 Indies of Nf, acceptable tolerance of Individual values frea the average Is *-0.2.
I certify thet the above Dry 8** Meter mm calibrated in eccordence with E.P.A. Method 5 , paragraph 7.1 ,-CFX 40 Part 60
ualne tka Precision Uet Teat Meter t 11AI6, uhlch In turn vat calibrated using the Aaericen Bell Prsver f 3785,
certificate f F107, lAidy'lc traceable to the National Bureau of Standards (M.I.S.T.).
Signature
rfiid^lc ti
jl
Oete


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Meter Bo* Post-Test Calibration
English Meter Box and English Calibration Meter Units
filename:	F:\DATAFIIE\CALIBHAT\CAL_MENU.OSK\DGB_POST.3P\A-39CAI2.W1
Model Nmfce-:	511	Date;	->7/24/96
Serial Nuifcer: A-19CA12	Barometric Pressure:	-> 29.79 (in. Hg;
Catibrat ion Meter Factor Yc:	-> 1.0023 (nurtier)
Elasped
dH Iine
(in H20) lain)
DDT GAS METER READJN6
Volune Vol use Volix*
Initial Final Total
Ceu ft) Ccu ft) ecu ft)
GAS	CALIBRATION METER	REAOINGS	CALIBRATION METER
Taoptrtture	Vol Line Volute	Volune	Tesperature
Inlet Outlet	Initial Final	Total	Inlet Outlet
(deg F) 
88.0
80.0





0.27
18.50
737.031
742.655
5.624
Initial-*
86.0
79.0
547.283
552.734
5.451
77.0
77.0





Final--->
90.0
80.0





0.27
17.50
742.655
748.093
S.438
Initial-*
89.0
80.0
552.734
558.005
5.271
77.0
77.0





Final---
92.0
84.0





DRY CAS METER
METER CALIBRATION FACTOR
T
Value Variation
(mjrtxr) (nutber)
DRf GAS METER
ORIFICE CALIBRATION FACTOR
dHS
value variation
(in K20) (In H2o>
0.981 -0.003
0.983 -0.001
0.968 0.004
1.70S
1.766
1.682
-0.013
0.048
0.036
Average
0.984
Average 1.718
Note: For Calibration Factor Y, the ratio of the reading of the calibration i
acceptable tolerance of individual values froai the average is +-0.02.
eter to the dry gas meter.
For Orifice Calibration Factor dxa, the orifice differential pressure in inches of H20 that equates to 0.75 cfm of air
at 68 f and 29.92 inches of Kg, acceptable tolerance of individual values froa the average is +-0.2.
I certify that the above Bry Gas Meter MS calibrated in accordance *ith E.P.A. Method 5 . paragraph 7.1 ;CFR 40 Part 60.
using the Precision yet Test Meter v 11AE6, vhich in turn was calibrated using the Aiseriean Bell Prover u 3785,
certificate * F"C7, *fnch/Ts traceable to the National Bureau of Standards IN.l.S.T.).
Signature

Date
?' i Y-f*

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deter Box Post-Teat Calibration
Englleh Neter Bex and English Calibration Hater Units
FIlanaaB:	F:\DATAFUE\CALIBRAT\CAl_NEKU.OSK\OW_POST.3P\A-38.W(1
Hodtl lufecr:	511.	Date:	->7/23/96
Serial KaAert A-38	Beraaetric Pressure:	-> 29.40 {in. Xg)
Calibration Hater Factor Tc:	> 1.0023 (nuifeer)
ORt GAS METER READING
Elasped Valine Vol me Vol me
dX Tine Initial Final Total
(in H20) (in) {cu ft) 
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I / Meter Box Calibration
Qaibration
Readmit

* Post Calibration Form
Temp.(F)
Temp.(F)
Job:

0



SO

Date
Cal Meter # Pbtr
100



250

Box #
Cal Meter Yd: Vaccum * Hg
500

Orifice
Setting
Cal. Meter
Pressure
Ou Volume
Cal. Meier
Gas Volume
Meter Box
Cal. Temp
In Out
Meter Temp
In Out
Time
Yd
Delia
H@


Final







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1.850

Init.






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Total


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Avg. |
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|Avg. |

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1
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Appendix B
Field Data
B-5
Traverse Point Location and K Factor Calculation

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Traverse Point Location Form
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K'FACTOR CALCULATION FORM
Plant
A irL ^rtotWcTS
Operator
MUiM 1
Date
_j?Lq- h(>
Used for runs
1
Location/Sampling Train

C, (S-t>pe: 054; Std: 0.99)

P,, (barometric pressure at location) { \ \
10.10
D, (nozzle diameter. Laches)

Bv (moisture is gas stream, pactional percent)
i l.H
Pm (barometric pressure at meter, Hg) 
(Average AH/ 13.6) +- PB
~iz.il.
A H@ (pressure differential of orifice is meterbox, HjO)
l.K \
P, (stack pressure, in. Hg)  1  U (4 iO
P0 i (stack static pressure (in. HjO) / 13.6)
3o.2. /
Tt (averse stack temperature, * R)  '
	*F + 460 -	*R V6&
IHHQ
Tm (average meter temperature,  R) =
T_ + 217 F + 460 =  ' R
ifZ
Md (molecular weight of stack gas, dry, Ib/Ib-mole) -
(0.44 x %CO!) + (0.32 x %Q>) + (028 x %N,)

M, (molecular weight of slack ps with water vapor, Ib/lb-male) =
[H*(i-Su)l + I" x aj

K= (846.720)(Dn)4(A H@)(CD)2(l-Bw)2(Md/M)(P0/PJ(Tm/TJ
\M
AH  KAP
Correlation Chart
1 1 2
3
AH
AP
AH
AP
AH
AP
























Comments:

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Appendix B
Field Data
Header and Sales Gas Flow Rates

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TEST RESULTS FOR FRESH KILLS LANDFILL INCINERATOR
(NEGATIVE FLOWS INCLUDED)
jam^	
Date; QVW9&
UfcSflpn: ITERATOR
R^^itJlnrvbBr;;; , 1
,Bamtfl6Tvpe-tPr^9			.	
'Total Sampling Time (min)	180.0
Corrected Barometric Pressure (in Hg)	30.15
'Absolute Stack Pressure (in H20)	30.08
Stack Static Pressure (in H20)	-1.00
Average Stack Temperature (F)	984.08
Stack Area (sq in)	1885.74
Actual Meter Volume (cu fl)	108.098
Average Meter Pressure (in H20)	0.73
Average Meter Temperature (F)	103.60
Moisture Collected (g)	249.90
Carbon Dioxide Concentration (%V)	16.0
Oxygen Concentration (%V)	16.0
Nitrogen Concentration (%V)	68.0
Dry Gas Meter Factor	0.9880
Nozzle Diameter (in)	0.265
Pitot Constant	0.84
Average Sampling Rate (dscfm)	0.555
Standard Metered Volume (dscf)	99.902
Standard Metered Volume (dscm)	2.829
Stack Moisture (%V)	10.55
Mole Fraction Dry Stack Gas	0 894
Ory Molecular Weight	31.20
Wet Molecular Weight	29.81
Stack Gas Velocity (fpm)	3999.24
Stack Gas Velocity (mpm)	1218.97
Volumetric Flow Rate (acfm)	52371.75
Volumetric Flow Rate (acmm)	1483.17
Volumetric Flow Rate (dscfm)	17212.95
Volumetric Flow Rate (dscmm)	487.47
Percent Isokinetic	96.72
Percent Excess Air	814.00
Concentration (g/dscm)	0.00
{missions (kg/hr)	0.00
Concentration (ppmv)	0.00
Emissions (Ib/hr)	0.00

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TEST RESULTS FOR FRESH KILLS LANDFILL INCINERATOR
(NEGATIVE FLOWS INCLUDED)
facility: FRESH KILLS
Date: 07/18/96
Location INCINERATOR
Run Number: 2
Sample Tvoe: M-29
Total Sampling Time (min)
180.0
Corrected Barometric Pressure (in Hg)
30.08
Absolute Stack Pressure (in H20)
29 99
Stack Static Pressure (in H20)
-1.00
Average Stack Temperature (F)
986 63
Stack Area (sq in)
1885 74
Actual Meter Volume (cu ft)
113.297
Average Meter Pressure (in H20)
0.83
Average Meter Temperature (*F)
96.63
Moisture Collected (g)
262 90
Carbon Dioxide Concentration (%V)
16.0
Oxygen Concentration (%V)
15.0
Nitrogen Concentration (%V)
69.0
Dry Gas Meter Factor
0.9880
Nozzle Diameter (in)
0.265
Pitot Constant
0.84
Average Sampling Rate (dscfrii)
0.590
Standard Metered Volume (dscf)
106.170
Standard Metered Volume (dscm)
3.007
Stack Moisture (%V)
10.45
Mole Fraction Dry Stack Gas
0.895
Dry Molecular Weight
31.16
Wet Molecular Weight
29.78
Stack Gas Velocity (fpm)
4531.32
Stack Gas Velocity (mpm)
1381.15
Volumetric Flow Rate (acfm)
59339.51
Volumetric Flow Rate (acmm)
1680.50
Volumetric Flow Rate (dscfm)
19431.20
Volumetric Flow Rate (dscmm)
550.29
Percent Isokinetic
94.96
Percent Excess Air
464.43
Concentration (g/dscm)
0.00
Emissions (kg/hr)
0.00
Concentration (pprnv)
0.00
Emissions (Ib/hr)
0.00

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TEST RESULTS FOR FRESH KILLS LANDFILL INCINERATOR
(NEGATIVE FLOWS INCLUDED)
Facility: FRESH KILLS
Date: 07/19/96
Location: INCINERATOR
Run Number: 3
Sample Tvoe: M-29
Total Sampling Time (min)
180.0
Corrected Barometric Pressure (in Hg)
29.76
Absolute Stack Pressure {in H20)
29.69
Stack Static Pressure (in H20)
-1.00
Average Stack Temperature (F)
971.04
Stack Area (sq in)
1885.74
Actual Meter Volume (cu ft)
111.171
Average Meter Pressure (in H20)
0.78
Average Meter Temperature (F)
87.98
Moisture Collected (g)
284.60
Carbon Dioxide Concentration (%V)
16.0
Oxygen Concentration (%V)
16.0
Nitrogen Concentration (%V)
68.0
Dry Gas Meter Factor
0.9880
Nozzle Diameter (in)
0.265
Pitot Constant
0.84
Average Sampling Rate (dscfm)
0.586
Standard Metered Volume (dscf)
105.428
Standard Metered Volume (dscm)
2.986
Stack Moisture (%V)
11.29
Mole Fraction Dry Stack Gas
0.887
Dry Molecular Weight
31.20
Wet Molecular Weight
29.71
Stack Gas Velocity (fpm)
4287.09
Stack Gas Velocity (mpm)
1306.70
Volumetric Flow Rate (acfm)
56141.22
Volumetric Flow Rate (acmm)
1589.92
Volumetric Flow Rate (dscfm)
18227.80
Volumetric Flow Rate (dscmm)
516.21
Percent Isokinetic
94.45
Percent Excess Air
814.00
Concentration (g/dscm)
0.00
Emissions (kg/hr)
0.00
Concentration (ppmv)
0.00
Emissions (Ib/hr)
0.00

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 1
DATE: 07/17/96
Clock Time Test Time
Total =
icat.on:
Sales









Flue Gas
Inlet
Outlet
Vm
Delta-P
SQRT DP
Delta-H
Temp
Temp
Temp
328.6






3354


3.00

80
' 80
339 63


2 10

80
80
344 84


2 00

80
80
34995


2.00

80
80
355 15


2.00

82
82
360.15


2.00

83
83
365 41


2.00

82
82
370 51


2 00

82
82
375.2


2.00

83
83
380 99


2.00

83
83
386 09


2.00

83
83
391.1


2.00

83
83
391.1






396.31


2.00

84
84
401.38


2 00

84
84
406.39


2.00

84
84
411.42


2.00

84
84
416.45


2.00

84
84
421.49


1.80

84
84
426.56


1.80

85
85
431 62


1.80

85
85
436 6


1 80

85
85
441.77


1.80

85
85
446.65


1.80

85
85
451.89


1.80

85
85
451.89






457.17


1.80

85
85
462.02


1.80

86
86
467.16


1.80

86
86
472.19


1.80

86
86
477.28


1.80

86
86
482.34


1 80

86
86
487.43


1.80

87
87
491.99


1.80

87
67
497


1.80

87
87
502.68


1.80

87
87
507.82


1.80

87
87
513.08


1.80

87
87
184.480
Avg. =
ERR
1.93
ERR
84.22
84.22 84.22
Bar Press	30.01	Vmstd	177.300 cf
Static Press	0	% H20	-0.09
Yd	0.S83	Md	1.001
H20 Collected	-3.5	MWd	2B.OO
02	0	MW	28.01
C02	0	velocity	ERR
Stack Area	0	Qstd	ERR
Nozzle Dia	0	% Isokenetic	ERR

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 2	Location; Sales
DATE. 07/17/96
Flue Gas Inlet	Outlet
Clock Time Test Time Vm Delta-P SQRT DP Delta-H Temp Temp	Temp
51313
518 38	1,80	86	' 88
523.48	1.80	89	89
528.58	1.80	90	90
533.65	1.80	90	90
538.75	1.80	90	90
543.84	1.80	90	90
548 94	1.80	90	90
554.05	1.80	90	90
559.25	1.80	90	90
564 25	1.80	90	90
569.05	1.80	90	90
574.45	1.80	90	90
574.45
579.6	1.80	90	90
585.61	1.80	90	90
589.65	1.80	90	90
594 05	1.80	90	90
600.5	1.80	90	90
605.31	1.80	90	90
610.35	1.80	90	90
615.68	1.80	91	91
620.08	1.80	91	91
625.08	1.80	91	91
631.23	1.80	91	91
636.55	1.80	91	91
636.55
641.65	1.80	91	91
646.85	1.80	91	91
651.06	1.80	91	91
657.36	1.80	91	91
663.03	1.80	91	91
667.61	1.80	91	91
672.88	1.80	91	91
678.01	1.80	92	92
683.21	1.60	92	92
689	1.80	92	92
693 55	1.80	92	92
698 73	1.80	92	92
Total =	0 185.600 Avg. = ERR	1.80 ERR 90 53	91 90.53
Ba- Press	30.01	Vmstd	176.279 cf
Static Press	0	% H20	-0.09
Yd	0.983	Md	1.001
H20 Collected	-1.9	MWd	28.00
02	0	MW	28.01
C02	0	velocity	ERR
Stack Area	0	Qstd	ERR
Nozzle Dia	0	% Isokenetic	ERR

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 3	Location: Sales
DATE: 07/ia'96
Flue Gas ln:el	Outlet
Clock Time Test Time Vm Delta-P SQRT DP Delta-H Temp Temp	Temp
698.91
704.01	1.80	77	77
709.98	1.80	77	77
715.1	1.80	77	77
720 17	1.80	77	77
725 19	1.80	77	77
730 54	1.80	78	78
735 2	1.80	78	78
740 31	1.80	78	78
745 42	1 80	78	78
750.57	1 80	79	79
755.67	1 80	79	79
760.79	1 80	79	79
760.79
765.88	1 80	79	79
771.07	1,80	80	80
776.11	1.80	80	80
731.65	1 80	80	80
787.05	1.80	80	80
791.65	1 80	80	80
797.05	1 80	80	80
802.15	1 80	80	80
807.34	1.80	80	80
812.45	1.80	81	81
817.25	1.80	82	82
822.99	1.80	82	82
822 99
828.13	1.80	83	83
833.31	1.80	83	83
838.48	1.80	84	84
843.64	1.80	84	84
848.78	1.80	84	84
853.89	1.80	85	85
858.99	1 80	85	05
864.17	1 80	85	85
869.32	1.80	85	85
874.48	1,80	85	85
879.64	1 80	86	86
884.89	1.80	86	86
Total = 0 185.980 Avg = ERR	1.80 ERR 80 92 81	60.92
Bar. Press	30.01
Static Press	0
Yd	0.983
H20 Collected	4.4
02	0
C02	0
Stack Area	0
Nozzle Dia	0
Vmstd	179.779 (-f
% H20	-0.09
Md	1.001
MWd	28.00
MW	28.01
velocity	ERR
Qstd	ERR
% Isokenetic	ERR

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AIR PRODJCTS
Run 1	Location North Header
DATE- C7/16/S6
Clock Time Test Time
Flue Gas inlet	Oullet
Total =
Vm
Delta-P
SQRT DP
Delta-H
Temp
Temp
Temp
435.S5





437 76


028

84
83
439 18


0.28

85
85
440.86


0.28

86
85
447.32


0.28

85
85
443.88


0.28

85
85
445 44


0.28

88
85
447 05


0.28

88
87
450.18


0.28

88
87
451 82


0.28

88
87
452.15


0.26

88
87
456.35


0.26

88
87
454.95


0.27

89
87
454.95






456 3


0.27

89
B7
458.02


0.27

90
87
45963


027

91
87
461 17


0.27

91
87
462 75


0.27

91
86
4644


0.27

91
88
465 94


0.27

91
86
467.45


0.27

91
88
468.98


027

91
88
470.43


0.27

91
88
471.95


027

91
88
476.63


027

91
88
473.63






475.1


0.27

90
89
476.63


027

91
90
478.27


0 27

92
89
479.76


0 27

92
90
481.8


0 28

92
90
482 76


0.28

93
90
484 42


0.27

93
90
485.92


0.28

93
90
487.21


0 28

93
90
489.35


0.27

94
90
490.73


027

94
90
491.05


0.27

94
90
491.05






493 62


027

94
91
495 37


0.27

94
90
496.63


0.27

93
90
498.28


026

92
90
499.72


0.27

93
90
501.33


0.28

93
92
502.83


0 27

93
92
504.44


0 28

93
91
505.95


0 28

93
9".
506.64


0.28

95
90
70.63
Avg. =
ERR
0.27
ERR
90 76
8960 88.43
Bar Press	29 S8	Vmstd	67.685 C "f
Static Press	0	% H20	-0.24
Yd	0.994	Md	1.002
H20 Collected	114,7	MWd	28 00
C2	0	Ms'.'	28.02
C02	C	velocity	ERR
Slack Area	C	Qsta	E^R
Nczzie Dia	G	:,i Isokenet;-:	ERR

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 2	Location. North Header
DATE: 07/16/96
Clock Time Test Time
Flue Gas Inlet	Outlet
Vm Delta-P
SQRT DP Delta-H Temp
Temp
Te.Tip
508.255



510.33
028
106
1G1
511.85
0 29
106
101
513.57
0.29
106
101
515.15
029
107
101
516.76
0.29
107
101
516.58
0.29
107
101
520 15
0.29
108
102
521.63
0.29
107
106
52325
0.29
107
106
525.07
0.29
107
104
527
0.30
108
104
528.14
0.30
108
104
528 14



529.87
0.29
108
105
531.51
0.29
10S
105
533.06
0.29
108
105
534.63
0.29
1C8
106
536.22
0 30
1C8
106
537.86
0.29
1C8
105
539 53
C 29
ICS
105
541.24
0.29
ICS
105
543 23
C.29
ICS
105
544 32
0.28
103
103
545 95
0.29
101
101
547.72
0.29
100
100
54 7 72



549 15
0.29
99
99
550.65
0.29
99
99
552.26
0.29
106
101
553.93
0.29
106
101
555.74
0.29
107
100
557.72
0.29
107
100
558 88
0.29
107
100
560 37
0.29
107
101
562 16
0 29
107
101
563 55
0.29
104
101
565.63
028
105
102
566 87
0.28
104
100
566.87



568 72
0.28
104
100
570.32
0.29
104
100
571.7
0.29
102
100
573.37
0.29
94
92
575.14
0.29
94
92
576.56
0.29
94
91
Total =	0 68.31 Avg. = 0.000 0.29 ERR 105.00 103,25 101 50
Bar Prass	29 98	Vmstd	63.819
Static Press	0	% H20	-0.26
Yd	0.994	Md	1.003
H20 Collected	130.9	MWd	28.00
02	0	MW	28.03
C02	0	velocity	ERR
Stac< Area	0	Qstd	ERR
Nozzle Oia	0	% Isokenetic	ERR

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 3
DATE- 07/17/96
Clock Time Test Time
Location North Header
Flue Gas
Inlet
Outlet
Vm Delta-P SQRT DP
Delta-H Temp
Temp
Temp
577.77



57945
0.27
91
 90
581.12
0.27
91
90
582.65
0.27
92
90
584 18
0.27
92
90
58583
0.28
92
90
587.32
0.26
93
90
588 88
0.26
93
90
590 52
0.28
94
90
592.03
0.27
94
92
59376
0.27
94
93
594.95
0.27
94
93
596 82
0.27
94
93
59682



597.95
0.27
94
93
600
0.27
94
93
601.55
0.27
94
93
602.25
0.27
94
92
604.85
0.27
95
92
606.24
0.27
95
92
608.25
0.27
95
92
609.84
0.27
95
93
611.57
0.27
96
94
612.75
0.27
96
94
614.32
0.27
95
94
61607
0.27
96
94
616.07



617.28
0.29
96
94
61908
0.29
97
94
619.08
0.28
97
95
620 68
0.28
98
95
622.35
0.28
97
95
62382
0.27
98
97
62553
0.27
9S
96
627.07
0.27
100
97
62853
0.27
100
97
630.04
0.27
100
97
632.23
0.27
100
99
633.25
0.27
100
99
634 85
0.27
100
91
634 85



63652
027
100
99
638.86
0.27
100
99
641 42
027
100
99
64263
027
100
99
Total =
64 86
Avg =
ERR
0.27
ERR
95.98
94.93
93 86
Bar Press
3001
Vmstd
61.568
Static Press
0
% H20
-027
Yd
099*
Md
1 003
H20 Coliectec
93.6
MWd
28.00
02
0
MW
28 03
C02
0
velo&ty
ERR
Stack Area
0
Qs:d
ERR
Nozzle D:s
0
% Isckenet c
E^R
4

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 1	location: South Heade'
DATE: 07/16/96
ClocK Time Test Time Vm Deita-P SORT DP
253.16
255.05
256.61
258.35
259.BB
261.55
263.15
264.85
266.44
268.01
26943
270.96
272 57
272.57
274.02
275.68
277.32
278.88
280.03
281.88
283.55
285.13
286.66
288.15
289.72
291.44
291.44
292.93
294.57
296.63
297.93
299.9
301.16
302.72
303.31
304.86
307.33
309.02
310.47
310.47
312.05
313.65
315.12
316.6
318.41
31983
321.53
322.92
324.52
325.51
Total =	0 73.33 Avg. = ERR
Bar. Press
29.98
Vmstd
Static Press
0
% H20
Yd
0 983
Md
H20 Collected
90.2
MWd
02
C
MW
C02
0
velocity
Stack Area
c
Qstd
Nozzle Dia
A
o
% Isckenetic
Flue Gas Inlet	Ojtlet
Oelta-H Temp Temp	Temp
0.30
84
80
0 30
83
81
0 30
81
81
030
83
82
0.30
85
83
0.30
85
83
030
86
84
0.28
86
84
0 26
86
e4
0,26
87
85
0.26
87
85
0.26
88
85
026
88
86
0.26
88
86
0.26
88
86
0.26
88
86
0.26
88
86
0 26
88
86
0.26
90
88
0.26
90
87
0.27
91
88
0.27
90
88
027
91
88
027
93
89
0.28
93
SO
0.29
93
90
0.30
89
88
0.30
91
89
0.31
92
89
0.31
92
89
028
90
89
0.26
90
89
0.26
91
90
0.26
91
90
0.26
91
90
026
91
90
0.26
91
90
0.26
90
90
0 26
91
89
0 26
91
89
0.27
92
90
0.29
93
90
0.27
93
90
0.27
93
91
0.27
92
91
0.25
92
91
0.27 ERR 89.26 88.27 87.28
69.604 C
24.79
0.752
127.20
100.13
ERR
ERR
ERR

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 2
DATE 07/16/96
Clock Time Test Time
Location South Header
Flue Gas
Inlet
Outlet
Vm Delta-P
SQRT DP Delta-H Temp
Temp
Temp
238.58


240.26
0.27
99
98
241 96
0.27
100
99
243.35
0.27
100
99
244.95
0.27
100
100
246.52
0.27
100
100
248.16
027
103
101
250.23
0.27
104
101
251.15
0.27
104
101
252.66
0.27
106
102
254 38
0.28
106
102
255.75
0.28
107
102
257.38
0.27
108
102
257 38


258 96
0.27
106
102
259.16
0.27
104
100
261.53
027
105
100
262 95
0.27
105
100
264 65
0.27
106
100
266 57
0.27
106
100
268 13
0.28
107
101
267.85
0.27
107
101
271.72
0.27
105
100
272 73
0.27
104
100
274 33
0.27
100
100
27585
0.26
100
99
27585



277 35
0.26
99
97
278 85
0.26
99
97
280 38
0.26
100
99
281 72
0.26
102
100
28347
0.26
103
101
285 15
0.26
103
101
286 68
0.26
103
101
288 15
0.26
103
100
289 83
0.27
103
101
291.22
0.26
101
99
292 83
0.27
101
99
294 41
0.27
101
99
294 41



295 93
0.27
101
98
297 52
0.27
100
98
299 15
0.27
100
98
300.52
0.27
95
93
302 22
0.27
94
94
303 78
0.27
95
95
Total =
65.20
Avg. =
ERR
0.27
ERR
102.31
100.92
99.52
Bar. Press	29 98	Vmstd	S0.614 C f
Static Press	0	% H20	-0.27
Yd	0.S85	Md	1.003
H2C Collected	83 6	MWd	28.00
C2	0	WW	28.03
C02	0	velocity	ERR
Stack Area	C	Qst:	ERR
Kozzle Dia	C	% isokenetic	ERR

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AIR PRODUCTS
Run 3	Location: South Header
DATE: 07/15/96
Flue Gas Inlet	Outlet
Clock Time Test Time Vm Delta-P SQRT DP Delta-H Temp Tenp	Temp
310.48



3122
0.26
87
84
313.46
0.26
87
84
314 55
0.26
68
84
316.58
0.26
88
84
31802
0.26
89
86
319.53
026
89
86
321.07
0.27
89
86
322.64
0.27
90
86
324.15
0.27
90
86
325 89
0 27
91
86
327.45
0 27
91
86
328 83
0.27
91
86
328.83



32984
C.27
91
87
331 81
0.27
91
87
333 34
C.27
91
87
335.02
0.27
91
88
336.55
0.27
92
89
338 02
0.27
93
90
339.25
0.27
93
90
340.26
0.27
93
90
341.54
0.27
93
90
344.32
0.27
90
89
345.88
0.27
91
90
347.35
0.27
91
90
347.35



349.15
0.27
91
90
350.65
0.27
91
90
351.95
0.27
91
90
35345
0.27
91
90
355.02
0.27
91
90
356.67
0.27
92
91
358.18
0.27
93
90
359.67
0.27
94
90
36128
0.27
95
94
363.24
0.27
99
94
364 35
0.27
99
94
365 75
0.27
100
94
365.75



367.43
0.27
100
94
369.54
0.27
100
94
372.06
0.27
100
95
373.59
0.27
100
95
Total =	0 63 11 Avg = ERR 0.27 ERR 92.43 90 79 89.15
Bar. Press
30.01
Vmstd
5S.810
Static Press
0
% H20
-0.28
Yd
0.935
Md
1.003
H20 Collected
78
MWd
28.00
02
0
MW
2803
C02
0
velocity
ERR
Stack Area
0
Qstd
ERR
Nozzle Dia
0
% Isokenetic
ERR

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Appendix C
EPA Method 29

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EMISSION MEASUREMENT TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER
	MWPR wbt tfTTgnn	
Method 2 9 - Determination of Metals Emissions
from Stationary Sources
1.	Applicability and Principle
1.1	Applicability. This method is applicable to the
determination of antimony (Sb), arsenic (As), barium (Ba),
beryllium (Be), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co),
copper (Cu) , lead (Pb), manganese (Mn), mercury (Hg),
nickel (Ni), phosphorus (P), selenium .(Se), silver (Ag),
thallium (Tl), and zinc (Zn) emissions from stationary sources.
This method may be used to determine particulate emissions in
addition to the metals emissions if the prescribed procedures and
precautions are followed.
.1.1.1 Hg emissions can be measured, alternatively, using
EPA Method 101A of Appendix B, 40 CFR Part 61. Method 101-A
measures only Hg but it can be of special interest to sources
which need to measure both Hg and Mn emissions.
1.2	Principle. A stack sample is withdrawn isokinetically
from the source, particulate emissions are collected in the probe
and on a heated filter, and gaseous emissions are then collected
in an aqueous acidic solution of hydrogen peroxide (analyzed for
all metals including Hg) and an aqueous acidic solution of
potassium permanganate (analyzed only for Hg). The recovered
samples are digested, and appropriate fractions are analyzed for
Hg by cold vapor atomic absorption spectroscopy (CVAAS) and for
Sb, As, Ba, Be, Cd, Cr, Co, Cu, Pb, Mn, Ni, P, Se, Ag, Tl, and Zn
by inductively coupled argon plasma emission spectroscopy (ICAP)
or atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Graphite furnace atomic
absorption spectroscopy (GFAAS) is used for analysis of Sb, As,
Cd, Co, Pb, Se, and Tl if these elements require greater
analytical sensitivity than can be obtained by ICAP. If one so
chooses, AAS may be used for analysis of all listed metals if the
resulting in-stack method detection limits meet the goal of the
testing program. Similarly, inductively coupled plasma-mass
spectroscopy (ICP-MS) may be used for analysis of Sb, As, Ba, Be,
Cd, Cr, Co, cu, Pb, Mn, Ni, As, Tl and Zn.
2.	Range, Detection Limits, Precision,.and Interferences
2.1	Range. For the analysis described and for similar
analyses, the ICAP response is linear over several orders of
magnitude. Samples containing metal concentrations in the
nanograms per ml (ng/ml) to micrograms per ml (jig/ml) range in
the final analytical solution can be analyzed using this method.
Samples containing greater than approximately 50 nq/ml As, Cr, or
Pb should be diluted to that level or lower for final analysis.
Samples containing greater than approximately 20 yg/ml of Cd
should be diluted to that level before analysis.
2.2	Analytical Detection Limits.
Prepared by Emission Measurement Center
Technical Support Division, OAQPS, EPA
EMTIC TM-02 9
April 25, 1996

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EMTIO NSPS TEST METHOD
Page 2
NOTE: See Section 2.3 for the description of in-stack
detection limits.
2.2.1	I CAP analytical detection limits for the sample
solutions (based on SW-846. Method 6010) are approximately as
follows: Sb (32 ng/ml), As (53 ng/ml), Ba (2 ng/ml) ,
Be (0.3 ng/ml), Cd (4 ng/ml), Cr (7 ng/ml), Co (7 ng/ml),
Cu (6 ng/ml), Pb (42 ng/ml), Mn (2 ng/ml), Ni (15 ng/ml),
P (75 ng/ml), Se (75 ng/ml), Ag (7 ng/ml), T1 (40 ng/ml), and
Zn (2 ng/ml). ICP-MS analytical detection limits (based on
SW-846. Method 6020) are lower generally by a factor of ten or
more. Be is lower by a factor of three. The actual sample
analytical detection limits are sample dependent and nay vary due
to the sample matrix.
2.2.2	The analytical detection limits for analysis by
direct aspiration AAS (based on sw-fl4fif Method 7000 series) are
approximately as follow: Sb (200 ng/ml) , As (2 ng/ml),
Ba (100 ng/ml), Be (5 ng/ml), Cd (5 ng/ml), Cr (50 ng/ml),
Co (50 ng/ml), Cu (20 ng/ml), Pb (100 ng/ml), Mn (10 ng/ml),
Ni (40 ng/ml), Se (2 ng/ml), Ag (10 ng/ml), T1 (100 ng/ml), and
Zn (5 ng/ml) .
2.2.3	The detection limit for Hg by CVAAS (on the resultant
volume of the digestion of the aliguots taken for Hg analyses)
can be approximately 0.02 to 0.2ng/ml, depending upon the type of
CVAAS analytical instrument used.
2.2.4	The use of GFAAS can enhance the detection limits
compared to direct aspiration AAS as follows: Sb (3 ng/ml),
As (1 ng/ml) , Be (0.2 ng/ml), Cd (0.1 ng/ml), Cr (1 ng/ml),
Co (1 ng/ml), Pb (1 ng/ml), Se (2 ng/ml), and T1 (1 ng/ml).
2.3 In-stack Detection Limits.
2.3.1 For test planning purposes in-stack detection limits
can be developed by using the following information: (1) the
procedures described in this method, (2) the analytical detection
limits described in Section 2.2 and in SW-846. (3) the normal
volumes of 300 ml (Analytical Fraction 1) for the front-half and
150 ml (Analytical Fraction 2A) for the back-half samples, and
(4) a stack gas sample volume of 1.25 m3. The resultant in-stack
method detection limits for the above set of conditions are
presented in Table 29-1 and were calculated by using Eg. 29-1.
A*=D	Eq. 29-1
C
where:
A = Analytical detection limit, ng/ml,
B = Liquid volume of digested sample prior to
aliquotting for analysis, ml.
c = Stack sample gas volume, dsm3.
D = In-stack detection limit, M9/j-

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EMTIC NSPS TEST METHOD
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TABLE 29-1. IN-STACK METHOD DETECTION LIMITS (^g/ni3)
FOR THE FRONT-HALF, THE BACK-HALF, AND THE
TOTAL SAMPLING TRAIN USING ICAP AND AAS.
Metal
Front-half:
Probe and
Filter
Back-half:
Impingers 1-
3
Back-half:
Impingers
4-6*
Total Train:
Antimony
'7.7 (0.7)
'3.8 (0.4)

lll- 5 (1.1)
Arsenic
l12.7 (0.3)
l6.4 (0.1)

l19.1 (0.4)
Barium
0.5
0.3

0.8
Beryllium
l0.07
(0.05)
10.04 (0.03)

^.ll (0.08)
Cadmium
l1.0 (0.02)
'0.5 (0.01)

*1.5 (0.03)
Chromium
*1.7 (0.2)
*0.8 (0.1)

*2.5 (0.3)
Cobalt
"'1.7 (0.2)
*0.8 (0.1)

12.5 (0.3)
Copper
1.4
0.7

2.1
Lead
l10.1 (0.2)
l5.0 (0.1)

l15.1 (0.3)
Manganese
l0.5 (0.2)
l0.2 (0.1)

10.7 (0.3)
Mercury
20. 05
*0.3
20.2
20.56
Nickel
3.6
1.8

5.4
Phosphorus
18
9

27
Selenium
18 (0.5)
l9 (0.3)

127 (0.8)
Silver
1.7
0.9 (0.7)

2.6
Thallium
'9.6 (0.2)
*4.8 (0.1)

J14.4 (0.3)
Zinc
0.5
0.3

0.8
Mercury analysis only.
'Detection limit when analyzed by GFAAS.
'Detection limit when analyzed by CVAAS, estimated
and Total Train. See Sections 2.2 and 5.4.3.
Note: Actual method in-stack detection limits may
values, as described in Section 2.3.3.
for Back-half
vary from these
2.3.2 To ensure optimum precision/resolution in the
analyses, the target concentrations of metals in the analytical
solutions should be at least ten times their respective
analytical detection limits. Under certain conditions, and with
greater care in the analytical procedure, these concentrations
can be as low as approximately three times the respective
analytical detection limits without seriously impairing the
precision of the analyses. On at least one sample run in the
source test, and for each metal analyzed, perform either

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repetitive analyses, Method of Standard Additions, serial
dilution, or matrix spike addition, etc., to document the quality
of the data.
2.3.3 Actual in-stack method detection limits are based on
actual source sampling parameters and analytical results as
described above. If required, the method in-stack detection
limits can be improved over those shown in Table 29-1 for a
specific test by either increasing the sampled stack gas volume,
reducing the total volume of the digested samples, improving the
analytical detection limits, or any combination of the three.
For extremely low levels of Ho onlv. the aliquot size selected
for digestion and analysis can be increased to as much as 10 ml,
thus improving the in-stack detection limit by a factor of ten
compared to a l ml aliquot size.
2.3.3.1	A nominal one hour sampling run will collect a
stack gas sampling volume of about 1.25 m3. if the sampling time
is increased to four hours and. 5 m3 are collected, the in-stack
method detection limits would be improved by a factor of four
compared to the values shown in Table 29-1.
2.3.3.2	The in-stack detection limits assume that all of
the sample is digested and the final liquid volumes for analysis
are the normal values of 300 ml for Analytical Fraction 1, and
ISO ml for Analytical Fraction 2A. If the volume of Analytical .
Fraction 1 is reduced from 300 to 3 0 ml, the in-stack detection
limits for that fraction of the sample would be improved by a
factor of ten. If the volume of Analytical Fraction 2A is
reduced from 150 to 25 ml, the in-stack detection limits for that
fraction of the sample would be improved by a factor of six.
Matrix effect checks are necessary on sample analyses and
typically are of much greater significance for samples that have
been concentrated to less than the normal original sample volume.
Reduction of Analytical Fractions 1 and 2A to volumes of less
than 30 and 25 ml, respectively, could interfere with the
redissolving of the residue and could increase interference by
other compounds to an intolerable level.
2.3.3.3	When both of the modifications described in
Sections 2.3.3.1 and 2.3.3.2 are used simultaneously on one
sample, the resultant improvements are multiplicative. For
example, an increase in stack gas volume by a factor of four and
a reduction in the total liquid sample digested volume of both
Analytical Fractions 1 and 2A by a factor of six would result in
an improvement by a factor of twenty-four of the in-stack method
detection limit.
2.4 Precision. The precision (relative standard deviation)
for each metal detected in a method development test performed at
a sewage sludge incinerator were found to be as follows:
Sb (12.7 percent), As (13.5 percent), Ba (20.6 percent),
Cd (11.5 percent), Cr (11.2 percent), Cu (11.5 percent),
Pb (11.6 percent), P (14.6 percent), Se (15.3 percent),
T1 (12-3 percent), and Zn (11.8 percent). The precision for Ni
was 7.7 percent for another test conducted at a source simulator.
Be, Mn, and Ag were not detected in the tests. However, based on
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their precisions could be similar to those for the other metals
when detected at similar levels.
2.5 Interferences. Iron (Fe) can be a spectral
interference during the analysis of As, Cr, and Cd by ICAP.
Aluminum (Al) can be a spectral interference during the analysis
of As and Pb by ICAP. Generally, these interferences can be
reduced by diluting the analytical sample, but such dilution
raises the in-stack detection limits. Background and overlap
ycorrections may be used to adjust for spectral interferences.
Refer to Method 6010 of Citation 1 of the Bibliography or the
other analytical methods used for details on potential
interferences to this method. For all GFAAS analyses, use matrix
modifiers to limit interferences, and matrix natch all standards.
3. Apparatus
3.1 sampling. A schematic of the sampling train is shown
in Figure 29-1. It has general similarities to the Method 5
train.

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3.1.1	Probe Nozzle (Probe Tip) arid Borosilicate or Quartz
Glass Probe Liner. Same as Method 5, Sections 2.1.1 and 2.1.2,
except that glass nozzles are required unless alternate tips are
constructed of materials that are free from contamination and
will not interfere with the sample. If a probe tip other than
glass is used, no correction to the sample test results to
compensate for the nozzle's effect on the sample is allowed.
Probe fittings of plastic such as Teflon, polypropylene, etc. are
recommended instead of metal fittings to prevent contamination.
If one chooses to do so, a single glass piece consisting of a
combined probe tip and probe liner may be used.
3.1.2	Pitot Tube and Differential Pressure Gauge. Same as
Method 2, Sections 2.1 and 2.2, respectively.
3.1.3	Filter Holder. Glass, same as Method 5,
Section 2.1.5, except use a Teflon filter support or other non-
metallic, non-contaainating support in place of the glass frit.
3.1.4	Filter Heating System. Same as Method 5,
Section 2.1.6-
3.1.5	Condenser. Use the following system for condensing
and collecting gaseous metals and determining the moisture
content of the stack gas. The condensing system shall consist of
four to seven impingers connected in series with leak-free ground
glass fittings or other leak-free, non-contaminating fittings.
Use the first impinger as a moisture trap. The second impinger
(which is the first HN03/H202 impinger) shall be identical to the
first impinger in Method 5. The third impinger (which is the
second HN03/H20j impinger) shall be a Greenburg Smith impinger
with the standard tip as described for the second impinger in
Method 5, Section 2.1.7. The fourth (empty) impinger and the
fifth and sixth (both acidified KKnO<) impingers are the same as
the first impinger in Method 5. Place a thermometer capable of
measuring to within ic (2F) at the outlet of the last impinger.
If no Hg analysis is planned, then the fourth, fifth, and sixth
impingers are not used.
3.1.6	Metering System, Barometer, and Gas Density
Determination Equipment. Same as Method 5, Sections 2.1.8
through 2.1.10, respectively.
3.1.7	Teflon Tape. For capping openings and sealing
connections, if necessary, on the sampling train.
3.2 Sample Recovery. Same as Method 5, Sections 2.2.1
through 2.2.8 (Probe-Liner and Probe-Nozzle Brushes or Swabs,
Wash Bottles, Sample Storage Containers, Petri Dishes, Glass
Graduated Cylinder, Plastic Storage Containers, Funnel and Rubber
Policeman, and Glass Funnel), respectively, with the following
exceptions and additions:
3.2.1	Non-metallic Probe-Liner and Probe-Nozzle Brushes or
Swabs. Use non-metallic probe-liner and probe-nozzle brushes or
swabs for quantitative recovery of materials collected in the
front-half of the sampling train.
3.2.2	Sample Storage Containers. Use glass bottles (see
the Precaution: in Section 4.3.2 of this Method) with Teflon-
lined caps that are non-reactive to the oxidizing solutions, with
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containing samples and blanks. Glass or polyethylene bottles may
be used for other sample types.
3.2.3	Graduated Cylinder. Glass or equivalent.
3.2.4	Funnel. Glass or equivalent.
3.2.5	labels. For identifying samples.
3.2.6	Polypropylene Tweezers and/or Plastic Gloves. For
recovery of the filter from the sampling train filter holder.
3.3 Sample Preparation and Analysis.
3.3.1	Volumetric Flasks, 100-ml, 250-ml, and 1000-ml. For
praparation of standards and sample dilutions.
3.3.2	Graduated cylinders. For praparation of reagents.
3.3.3	ParrR Bombs or Microwave Pressure Relief Vessels with
Capping Station (CEM Corporation model or equivalent). For
sample digestion.
3.3.4	Beakers and watch Glasses. 250-ml beakers, with
watch glass covers, for sample digestion.
3.3.5	Ring Stands and Clamps. For securing equipment such
as filtration apparatus.
3.3.6	Filter Funnels. For holding filter paper.
3.3.7	Disposable Pasteur Pipets and Bulbs.
3.3.8	Volumetric Pipets.
3.3.9	Analytical Balance. Accurate to within 0.1 mg.
3.3.10	Microwave or Conventional Oven. For heating samples
at fixed power levels or temperatures, respectively.
3.3.11	Hot Plates.
3.3.12	Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS). Equipped with
a background corrector.
3.3.12.1	Graphite Furnace Attachment. With Sb, As, Cd, Co,
Pb, Se, and T1 hollow cathode lamps (HCLs) or electrodeless
discharge lamps (EDLs). Same as Bibliography Citation 1
Methods 7041 (Sb), 7060 (As), 7131 (Cd), 7201 (Co), 7421 (Pb),
7740 (Se), and 7841 (Tl).
3.3.12.2	Cold Vapor Mercury Attachment, with a mercury hcl
or EDL, an air recirculation pump, a quartz cell, an aerator
apparatus, and a heat lamp or desiccator tube. The heat lamp
shall ba capable of raising the temperature at the quartz cell by
10C above ambient, so that no condensation forms on the wall of
the quartz cell. Same as Method 7470 in Citation 2 of the
Bibliography. See wota Ho. 2; section 5.4.3 for other acceptable
approaches for analysis of Hg in which analytical detection
limits of 0.002 ng/ml were obtained.
3.3.13	Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma Spectrometer. With
either a direct or sequential reader and an alumina torch. Same
as EPA Method 6010 in Citation 2 of the Bibliography.
3.3.14	Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometer. Same
as EPA Method 6020 in Citation 2 of the Bibliograpy.
4. Reagents
4.1	Unless otherwise indicated, it is intended that all
reagents conform to the specifications established by the
Committee on Analytical Reagents of the American Chemical
Society, where such specifications are available. Otherwise, use
the best available grade.
4.2	Sampling Reagents.
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4.2.1	Sample Filters. Without organic binders. The
filters shall contain less than 1.3 jig/in.2 of each of the metals
to be measured. Analytical results provided by filter
manufacturers stating metals content of the filters are
acceptable. However, if no such results are available, analyze
filter blanks for each target metal prior to emission testing.
Quartz fiber filters meeting these requirements are recommended.
However, if glass fiber filters become available which meet these
requirements, they may be used. Filter efficiencies and
unreactiveness to sulfur dioxide (S02) or sulfur trioxide (S03)
shall be as described in Section 3.1.1 of Method 5.
4.2.2	Water. To conform to ASTM Specification D1193-77,
Type II (incorporated by reference). If necessary, analyze the
water for all target metals prior to field use. All target
metals should be less than 1 ng/ml.
4.2.3	Nitric Acid (HN03) . Concentrated. Baker Instra-
analyzed or equivalent.
4.2.4	Hydrochloric Acid (HCL). Concentrated. Baker
Instra-analyzed or equivalent.
4.2.5	Hydrogen Peroxide (H202) , 30 Percent (V/V) .
4.2.6	Potassium Permanganate (KMnOj .
4.2.7	Sulfuric Acid (H2SO,) . Concentrated.
4.2.8	Silica Gel and Crushed Ice. Same as Method 5,
Sections 3.1.2 and 3.1.4, respectively.
4.3 Pretest Preparation of Sampling Reagents.
4.3.1	HNOj/HjOj Absorbing Solution, 5 Percent HN03/10
Percent H202. Add carefully with stirring 50 ml of concentrated
HNOj to a 1000-ml volumetric flask containing approximately 500
ml of water, and then add carefully with stirring 333 ml of 30
percent H202. Dilute to volume with water. Mix well. This
reagent shall contain less than 2 ng/ml of each target metal.
4.3.2	Acidic KMnO, Absorbing Solution, 4 Percent KHnO,
(W/V) , 10 Percent H2S0, (V/V). Prepare fresh daily. Mix
carefully, with stirring, 100 ml of concentrated H2S04 into
approximately 800 ml of water, and add water with stirring to
make a volume of 1 liter: this solution is 10 percent H2S04
(V/V) . Dissolve, with stirring, 40 g of KMn04 into 10 percent
HjSOh (V/V) and add 10 percent H2S04 (V/V) with stirring to make a
volume of 1 liter. Prepare and store in glass bottles to prevent
degradation. This reagent shall contain less than 2 ng/ml of Hg.
Precaution; To prevent autocatalytic decomposition of the
permanganate solution, filter the solution through Whatman 541
filter paper. Also, due to the potential reaction of the
potassium permanganate with the acid, there could be pressure
buildup in the solution storage bottle. Therefore these bottles
shall not be fully filled and shall be vented to relieve excess
pressure and prevent explosion potentials. Venting is required,
but not in a manner that will allow contamination of the
solution. A No. 70-72 hole drilled in the container cap and
Teflon liner has been used.
4.3.3	KNO3, 0.1 N. Add with stirring 6.3 ml of
concentrated HNOj (70 percent) to a flask containing
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Mix well. This reagent shall contain less than 2 ng/Bl of each
target metal.
4.3.4 HCl, 8 N. Carefully add with stirring 690 ml of
concentrated HCl to a flask containing 250 nl of water. Dilute
to 1000 ml with water. Mix well. This reagent shall contain
less than 2 ng/ml of Hg.
4.4	Glassware Cleaning Reagents.
4.4.1	HH03, Concentrated. Fisher ACS grade or equivalent.
4.4.2	Water. To conform to ASTM Specifications D1193-77,
Type II.
4.4.3	HNOj, 10 Percent (V/V) . Add with stirring 500 ml of
concentrated HNO} to a flask containing approximately 4000 ml of
water. Dilute to 5000 ml with water. Mix well. This reagent
shall contain less than 2 ng/nl of each target metal.
4.5	Sample Digestion and Analysis Reagents.
The metals standards, except Hg, may also be made from solid
chemicals as described in Citation 3 of the Bibliography. Refer
to Citations 1, 2, or 5 of the Bibliography for additional
information on Hg standards. The 1000 Mf/1 Hg stock solution
standard may be made according to Section 6.2.5 of Method 101A.
4.5.1	HCL, Concentrated.
4.5.2	Hydrofluoric Acid (HF), Concentrated.
4.5.3	HNOj, Concentrated. Baker Instra-analyzed or
equivalent.
4.5.4	HN03, 50 Percent (V/V). Add with stirring 125 ml of
concentrated KN03 to 100 ml of water. Dilute to 250 ml with
water. Mix well. This reagent shall contain less than 2 ng/ml
of each target metal.
4.5.5	HNOj, 5 Percent (V/V). Add with stirring 50 ml of
concentrated HN03 to 800 ml of water. Dilute to 1000 ml with
water. Mix well. This reagent shall contain less than 2 ng/ml
of each target metal.
4.5.6	Water. To conform to ASTM Specifications D1193-77,
Type II.
4.5.7	Hydroxylamine Hydrochloride and Sodium Chloride
Solution. See Citation 2 of the Bibliography for preparation.
4.5.8	Stannous Chloride. See citation 2 of the
Bibliography for preparation.
4.5.9	KHn04, 5 Percent (V/V). See Citation 2 of the
Bibliography for preparation.
4.5.10	H2S04, Concentrated.
4.5.11	Potassium Persulfate, 5 Percent (W/V). See
Citation 2 of the Bibliography for preparation.
4.5.12
Nickel Nitrate, Ni (N03) 2"6H20.

4.5.13
Lanthanum Oxide,
La2^3 *


4.5.14
Hg
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
^g/ml.
4.5.15
Pb
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
/ig/ml.
4.5.16
As
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
yg/ml.
4.5.17
Cd
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000 vg/ml.
4.5.18
Cr
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
^g/ml.
4.5.19
Sb
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
pg/ml.
4.5.2C
Ba
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
pg/ml.
4.5.21
Be
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
ng/ml.
4.5.22
Co
Standard
(AAS
Grade),
1000
ng/ml.

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4.
4.
4.
4.
4.
4.
.5.23
,5.24
,5.25
.5.26
.5.27
.5.28
4.5.29
4.5.30
4.5.31
4.5.32
4.5.33
Cu Standard (AAS	Grade)
Mn Standard (AAS	Grade)
Ni Standard (AAS	Grade)
P Standard (AAS	Grade)
Se Standard	(AAS	Grade),
Ag Standard	(AAS	Grade),
T1 Standard	(AAS	Grade),
2n Standard	(AAS	Grade),
A1 Standard	(AAS	Grade),
Fe Standard	(AAS	Grade),
1000 fig/m 1.
1000 fig/ml.
1000 ng/nl.
1000 (ig/ml.
1000 (ig/ml.
1000 fig/ml.
1000 tig/a 1.
1000 (ig/ml.
1000 fig/ml.
1000 (ig/nl.
Hg Standards and Quality Control Samples. Prepare
fresh weekly a 10 Mg/nl intermediate Hg standard by adding 5 ml
of 1000 fig/ml Hg stock solution prepared according to Method 101A
to a 500-ml volumetric flask; dilute with stirring to 500 ml by
first carefully adding 20 nl of 15 percent hko, and then adding
water to the 500-ral volume. Mix well. Prepare a 200 ng/al
working Hg standard solution fresh daily: add 5 nil of the 10
fig/ml intermediate standard to a 250-nl volumetric flask, and
dilute to 250 ml with 5 ml of 4 percent KMn04, 5 ml of 15 percent
HNOj, and then water. Mix well. Use at least five separate
aliquots of the working Hg standard solution and a blank to
prepare the standard curve. These aliquots and blank shall
contain 0.0, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, and 5.0 ml of the working
standard solution containing 0, 200, 400, 600, 800, and 1000 ng
Hg, respectively. Prepare quality control samples by making a
separate 10 fig/ml standard and diluting until in the calibration
range.
4.5.34 ICAP Standards and Quality Control Samples.
Calibration standards for ICAP analysis can be combined into four
different mixed standard solutions as follows:
MIXED STANDARD SOLUTIONS FOR ICAP ANALYSIS
I	As,	Be, Cd, Mn, Pb, Se, Zn
II	Ba,	Co, Cu, Fe
III	Al,	Cr, Ni
IV	Ag,	P, Sb, T1
Prepare these standards by combining and diluting the appropriate
volumes of the looo ng/ml solutions with 5 percent HN03. A
minimum of one standard and a blank can ba used to form each
calibration curve. However, prepare a separate quality control
sample spiked with known amounts of the target metals in
quantities in the mid-range of the calibration curve. Suggested
standard levels are 25 ng/ml for Al, Cr and Pb, 15 fig/ml for Fe,
and 10 tig/ml for the remaining elements. Prepare any standards
containing less than 1 fig/ml of metal on a daily basis,
standards containing greater than 1 ng/ml of metal should be
stable for a minimum of 1 to 2 weeks. For ICP-MS, follow Method
6020 in SW-846.
4.5.35 GFAAS Standards. Sb, As, Cd, Co, Pb, Se, and Tl.
Prepare a 10 Mg/nl standard by adding 1 ml of 1000 tig/ml standard
to a 100-ml volumetric flask. Dilute with stirring to 100 ml
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Prepare a 100 ng/ml standard by adding 1 ml of the 10 tig/ml
standard to a 100-ml volumetric flask, and dilute to 100 ml with
the appropriate matrix solution. Prepare other standards by
diluting the 100 ng/ml standards. Use at least five standards tc
make up the standard curve. Suggested levels are 0, 10, 50, 75,
and 100 ng/ml. Prepare quality control samples by making a
separate 10 ng/ml standard and diluting until it is in the range
of the samples. Prepare amy standards containing less than 1
/ig/al of metal on a daily basis. Standards containing greater
than 1 Mg/ml of metal should be stable for a minimum of 1 to 2
weeks.
4.5.3 6 Matrix Modifiers.
4.5.36.1	Nickel Nitrate, 1 Percent (V/V). Dissolve 4.956 g
of Ni(H03)j-6H20 or other nickel compound suitable for preparation
of this matrix modifier in approximately 50 ml of water in a 100-
ml volumetric flask. Dilute to 100 ml with water.
4.5.36.2	Nickel Nitrate, o.l Percent (V/V). Dilute 10 ml
of 1 percent nickel nitrate solution to 100 ml with water.
Inject an equal amount of sample and this modifier into the
graphite furnace during GFAAS analysis for As.
4.5.3 6.3 Lanthanum. Carefully dissolve 0.5864 g of La203
in 10 ml of concentrated HN03, and dilute the solution by adding
it with stirring to approximately 50 ml of water. Dilute to
100 ml with water, and mix well. Inject an equal amount of
sample and this modifier into the graphite furnace during GFAAS
analysis for Pb.
4.5.37 Whatman 40 and 541 Filter Papers (or equivalent).
For filtration of digested samples.
5. Procedure
5.1 Sampling. The complexity of this method is such that,
to obtain reliable results, both testers and analysts must be
trained and experienced with the test procedures, including
source sampling; reagent preparation and handling; sample
handling; safety equipment and procedures; analytical
calculations; reporting; and the specific procedural descriptions
throughout this method.
5.1.1	Pretest Preparation. Follow the same general
procedure given in Method 5, Section 4.1.1, except that, unless
particulate emissions are to be determined, the filter need not
be desiccated or weighed. First, rinse all sampling train
glassware with hot tap water and then wash in hot soapy water.
Next, rinse glawswara three times with tap water, followed by
three additional rinses with water. Then soak all glassware in a
10 percent (V/V) nitric acid solution for a minimum of 4 hours,
rinse three times with water, rinse a final time with acetone,
and allow to air dry. cover all glassware openings where
contamination can occur until the sampling train is assembled for
sampling.
5.1.2	Preliminary Determinations. Sane as Method 5,
Section 4.1.2.
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5.1.3.1	Set up the sampling train as shown in Figure 29-1.
Follow the sane general procedures given in Method 5,
Section 4.1.3, except place 100 ml of the HN03/H202 solution
(Section 4.3.1 of this method) in each of the second and third
impingers as shown in Figure 29-1. Place 100 ml of the acidic
KMn04 absorbing solution (Section 4.3.2 of this method) in each
of the fifth and sixth impingers as shown in Figure 29-1, and
transfer approximately 2 00 to 300 g of pre-weighed silica gel
from its container to the last impinger. Alternatively, the
silica gel may be weighed directly in the impinger just prior to
final train assembly.
5.1.3.2	Based on the specific source sampling conditions,
the use of an empty first impinger can be eliminated if the
moisture to be collected in the impingers will be less than
approximately 100 ml.
5.1.3.3	If Kg analysis will not be performed, the fourth,
fifth, and sixth impingers as shown in Figure 29-1 are not
required.
5.1.3.4	To insure leak-free sampling train connections and
to prevent possible sample contamination problems, use Teflon
tape or other non-contaminating material instead of silicone
grease.
Precaution; Exercise extreme care to prevent contamination
within the train. Prevent the acidic XMno, from contacting any
glassware that contains sample material to be analyzed for Mn.
Prevent acidic H202 from mixing with the acidic KMnO,.
5.1.4	Leak-Check Procedures. Follow the leak-check
procedures given in Method 5, Section 4.1.4.1 (Pretest Leak-
Check), Section 4.1.4.2 (Leak-Checks During the Sample Run), and
Section 4.1.4.3 (Post-Test Leak-Checks).
5.1.5	Sampling Train Operation. Follow the procedures
given in Method 5, Section 4.1.5. When sampling for Hg, use a
procedure analagous to that described in Section 7.1.1 of Method
101A, 40 CFR Part 61, Appendix B, if necessary to maintain the
desired color in the last acidified permanganate impinger. For
each run, record the data required on a data sheet such as the
one shown in Figure 5-2 of Method 5.
5.1.6	Calculation of Percent Isokinetic. Same as Method 5,
Section 4.1.6.
5.2 Sample Recovery.
5.2.1	Begin cleanup procedures as soon as the probe is
removed from the stack at the end of a sampling period. The
probe should be allowed to cool prior to sample recovery, when
it can be safely handled, wipe off all external particulate
matter near the tip of the probe nozzle and place a rinsed,
non-contaminating cap over the probe nozzle to prevent losing or
gaining particulate matter. Do not cap the probe tip tightly
while the sampling train is cooling; a vacuum can form in the
filter holder with the undesired result of drawing liquid from
the impingers onto the filter.
5.2.2	Before moving the sampling train to the cleanup site,
remove the probe from the sampling train and cap the open outlet.
Be careful not to lose any condensate that might be present. Cap
the filter inlet where the probe was fastened. Remove the

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umbilical cord from the last impinger and cap the impinger. Cap
the filter holder outlet and impinger inlet. Use non-
contaminating caps, whether ground-glass stoppers, plastic caps,
serum caps, or Teflon tape to close these openings.
5.2.3	Alternatively, the folowing procedure may be used to
disassemble the train before the probe and filter holder/oven are
completely cooled: Initially disconnect the filter holder
outlet/impinger inlet and loosely cap the open ends. Then
disconnect the probe from the filter holder or cyclone inlet and
loosely cap the open ends. Cap the probe tip and remove the
umbilical cord as previously described.
5.2.4	Transfer the probe and filter-impinger assembly to a
cleanup area that is clean and protected froo the wind and other
potential causes of contamination or loss of sample. Inspect the
train before and during disassembly and note any abnormal
conditions. Take special precautions to assure that all the
items necessary for recovery do not contaminate the samples. The
sample is recovered and treated as follows (see schematic in
Figures 29-2a and 29-2b):
5.2.5	Container No. 1 (Sample Filter). Carefully remove
the filter from the filter holder and place it in its labeled
petri dish container. To handle the filter, use either acid-
washed polypropylene or Teflon coated tweezers or clean,
disposable surgical gloves rinsed with water and dried. If it is
necessary to fold the filter, make certain the particulate cake
is inside the fold. Carefully transfer the filter and any
particulate matter or filter fibers that adhere to the filter
holder gasket to the petri dish by using a dry (acid-cleaned)
nylon bristle brush. Do not use any metal-containing materials
when recovering this train. Seal the labeled petri dish.
5.2.6	Container No. 2 (Acetone Rinse). Perform this
procedure only if a determination of particulate emissions is to
be made. Quantitatively recover particulate matter and any
condensate froo the probe nozzle, probe fitting, probe liner, and
front half of the filter holder by washing these components with
a total of 100 ml of acetone, while simultaneously taking great
care to see that no dust on the outside of the probe or other
surgfaces gets in the sample. The use of exactly 100 ml is
necessary for the subsequent blank correction procedures.
Distilled water may be used instead of acetone when approved by
the Administrator and shall be used when specified by the
Administrator; in these cases, save a water blank and follow the
Administrator's directions on analysis.
5.2.6.1 Carefully remove the probe nozzle, and clean the inside
surface by rinsing with acetone from a wash bottle while brushing
with a non-metallic brush. Brush until the acetone rinse shows
no visible particles, then make a final rinse of the inside
surface with acetone.

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4th Implngar
(Empty) & Sth
and Sth Implngert
(Acidified KUn04)
Measure
Implngar
contents
Last Impinger
Empty the
impinger No. 4
contents Into
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5.2.6.2 Brush and rinse the saaple exposed inside parts of
the probe fitting with acetone in a similar way until no visible
particles remain. Rinse the probe liner with acetone by tilting
and rotating the probe while squirting acetone into its upper end
so that all inside surfaces will be wetted with acetone. Allow
the acetone to drain from the lower end into the sample

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container. A funnel may be used to aid in transferring liquid
washings to the container. Follow the acetone rinse with a non-
metallic probe brush. Hold the probe in an inclined position,
squirt acetone into the upper end as the probe brush is being
pushed with a twisting action three times through the probe.
Hold a sample container underneath the lower end of the probe,
and catch any acetone and particulate matter which is brushed
through the probe until no visible particulate matter is carried
out with the acetone or until none remains in the probe liner on
visual inspection. Rinse the brush with acetone, and
quantitatively collect these washings in the sample container.
After the brushing, make a final acetone rinse of the probe as
described above.
5.2.6.3 It is recommended that two people clean the probe
to minimize sample losses. Between sampling runs, keep brushes
clean and protected from contamination, clean the inside of the
front-half of the filter holder by rubbing the surfaces with a
non-metallic brush and rinsing with acetone. Rinse each surface,
three times or more if needed to remove visible particulate.
Make a final rinse of the brush and filter holder. After all
acetone washings and particulate matter have been collected in
the sample container, tighten the lid so that acetone will not
leak out when shipped to the laboratory. Mark the height of the
fluid level to determine whether or not leakage occurred during
transport. Clearly label the container to identify its contents.
5.2.7	Container No. 3 (Probe Rinse). Keep the probe
assembly clean and free from contamination during the probe
rinse. Rinse the probe nozzle and fitting, probe liner, and
front-half of the filter holder thoroughly with a total of 100 ml
of o.l N HNO3, and place the wash into a sample storage
container.
wore: The use of a total of exactly 100 ml is necessary for
the subsequent blank correction procedures.
Perform tha rinses as applicable and generally as described in
Method 12, Section 5.2.2. Record the volume of the rinses. Mark
the height of the fluid level on the outside of the storage
container and use this mark to determine if leakage occurs during
transport. Seal the container, and clearly label the contents.
Finally, rinse the nozzle, probe liner, and front-half of the
filter holder with water followed by acetone, and discard these
rinses.
5.2.8	Container No. 4 (Impingers l through 3, Moisture
Knockout Impinger, when used, HN0j/H202 Impingers Contents and
Rinses) . Due to the potentially large quantity of liquid
involved, the tester may place the impinger solutions from
impingers 1 through 3 in more than one container, if necessary.
Measure the liquid in the first three impingers to within 0.5 ml
using a graduated cylinder. Record the volume. This information
is required to calculate the moisture content of the sampled flue
gas. Clean each of the first three impingers, the filter
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glassware by thoroughly rinsing with 100 ml of o.l N HN03 using
the procedure as applicable in Method 12, Section 5.2.4.
note: The use of exactly 100 ml of 0.1 N HNO, rinse is
necessary for the subsequent blank correction procedures.
Combine the rinses and impinger solutions, measure and record the
final total volume. Mark the height of the fluid level, seal the
container, and clearly label the contents.
5.2.9 Container Nos. 5A (0.1 N HN03), 5B (KMn04/H2S04
absorbing solution) , and 5C (8 N HC1 rinse and dilution) .
5.2.9.1	When sampling for Hg, pour all the liquid from the
impinger (normally impinger No. 4) that immediately preceded the
two permanganate impingers into a graduated cylinder and measure
the volume to within 0.5 ml. This information is required to
calculate the moisture content of the sampled flue gas. Place
the liquid in Container No. 5A. Rinse the impinger with exactly
100 ml of o.l N HN03 and place this rinse in Container No. 5A.
5.2.9.2	Pour all the liquid from the two permanganate
impingers into a graduated cylinder and measure the volume to
within 0.5 ml. This information is required to calculate the
moisture content of the sampled flue gas. Place this acidic
KMnO, solution into container No. 5B. Using a total of exactly
100 ml of fresh acidified KHnO, solution for all rinses
(approximately 3 3 ml per rinse) , rinse the two permanganate
impingers and connecting glassware a minimum of three times.
Pour the rinses into Container No. 5B, carefully assuring
transfer of all loose precipitated materials from the two
impingers. Similarly, using 100 ml total of water, rinse the
permanganate impingers and connecting glass a minimum of three
times, and pour the rinses into Container 5B, carefully assuring
transfer of any loose precipitated material. Mark the height of
the fluid level, and clearly label the contents. Read the
Precaution: in Section 4.3.2.
NOTE: Due to the potential reaction of KMn04 with acid,
pressure buildup can occur in the sample storage bottles.
Do not fill these bottles completely and take
precautions
to relieve excess pressure. A No. 70-72 hole drilled in the
container cap and Teflon liner has been used successfully.
5.2.9.3	If no visible deposits remain after the water
rinse, no further rinse is necessary. However, if deposits
remain on the impinger surfaces, wash them with 25 ml of 8 N HC1,
and place the wash in a separate sample container labeled No. 5C
containing 200 ml of water. First, place 200 ml of water in the
container. Then wash the impinger walls and stem with the HC1 by
turning the impinger on its side and rotating it so that the HCl
contacts all inside surfaces. Use a total of only 25 ml of
8 N HCl for rinsing both permanganate impingers combined. Rinse
the first impinger, then pour the actual rinse used for the first
impinger into the second impinger for its rinse. Finally, pour
the 25 ml of 8 N HCl rinse carefully into the container. Mark

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the height of the fluid level on the outside of the container to
determine if leakage occurs during transport.
5.2.10	Container No. 6 (Silica Gel). Note the color of the
indicating silica gel to determine whether it has been completely
spent and make a notation of its condition. Transfer the silica
gel from its impinger to its original container and seal it. The
tester nay use a funnel to pour the silica gel and a rubber
policeman to remove the silica gel from the impinger. The small
amount of particles that might adhere to the impinger wall need
not be removed. Do not use water or other liquids to transfer
the silica gel since weight gained in the silica gel impinger is
used for moisture calculations. Alternatively, if a balance is
available in the field, record the weight of the spent silica gel
(or silica gel plus impinger) to the nearest 0.5 g.
5.2.11	Container No. 7 (Acetone Blank). If particulate
emissions are to be determined, at least once during each field
test, place a 100-ml portion of the acetone used in the sample
recovery process into a container labeled No. 7. Seal the
container.
5.2.12	Container No. 8A (0.1 N HN03 Blank). At least once
during each field test, place 300 ml of the 0.1 N HN03 solution
used in the sample recovery process into a container labeled
No. 8A. Seal the container.
5.2.13	Container No. 8B (Water Blank). At least once
during each field test, place 100 ml of the water used in the
sample recovery process into a container labeled No. 8B. Seal
the container.
5.2.14	Container No. 9 (5 Percent HN0j/10 Percent H202
Blank) . At least once during each field test, place 200 ml of
the 5 Percent HNOj/10 Percent Hj02 solution used as the nitric
acid impinger reagent into a container labeled No. 9. Seal the
container.
5.2.15	Container No. 10 (Acidified KMn04 Blank). At least
once during each field test, place 100 ml of the acidified KMnO
solution used as the impinger solution and in the sample recovery
process into a container labeled No. 10. Prepare the container
as described in Section 5.2.9.2. Read the Precaution: in
Section 4.3.2. and read the NOTE in Section 5.2.9.2.
5.2.16	Container No. 11 (8 N HC1 Blank). At least once
during each field test, place 200 ml of water into a sample
container labeled No. 11. Then carefully add with stirring 25 ml
of 8 N HC1. Mix well and seal the container.
5.2.17	Container No. 12 (Sample Filter Blank). Once during
each field test, place into a petri dish labeled No. 12 three
unused blank filters from the same lot as the sampling filters.
Seal the petri dish.
5.3 Sample Preparation. Note the level of the liquid in
each of the containers and determine if any sample was lost
during shipment. If a noticeable amount of leakage has occurred,
either void the sample or use methods, subject to the approval of
the Administrator, tc correct the final results. A diagram

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For conventional heating, haat tha Parr* Bombs at 140C (285F)
for 6 hours. Then cool the samples to room temperature, and
combine with tha acid digested probe rinse as required in Section
5.3.3.
5.3.1.3 If the sampling train includes an optional glass
cyclone in front of the filter, prepare and digest the cyclone
catch by the procedures described in Section 5.3.1.2 and then
^=bin the digestate with the digested filter sample.
5.3.2	Container Ho. 2 (Acetone Rinse). Note the level of
liquid in the container and "onfimi on the analysis sheet whether
or not leakage occurred during transport. if a noticeable amount
of leakage has occurred, either void the sample or use methods,
subject to the approval of the Administrator, to correct the
final results. Measure the liquid in this container either
volumetrically within 1 ml or gravimetrically within
0.5 g. Transfer the contents to an acid-cleaned, tared 250-ml
beaker and evaporate to dryness at ambient temperature and
pressure. If particulate emissions are being determined,
desiccate for 24 hours without added heat, weigh to a constant
weight according to the procedures described in Section 4.3 of
Method 5, and report the results to the nearest 0.1 mg.
Redissolve the residue with 10 ml of concentrated HN03.
Quantitatively combine the resultant sample, including all liquid
and any particulate matter, with Container No. 3 before beginning
Section 5.3.3.
5.3.3	Container No. 3 (Probe Rinse). Verify that the pH of
this sample is 2 or lower. If it is not, acidify the sample by
careful addition with stirring of concentrated HNOj to pH 2. Use
water to rinse the sample into a beaker, and cover the beaker
with a ribbed watch glass. Reduce the sample volume to
approximately 20 ml by heating on a hot plate at a temperature

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just below boiling. Digest the sample in microwave vessels or
Parr Bombs by quantitatively transferring the sample to the
vessel or bomb, carefully adding the 6 ml of concentrated HK03/
4 ml of concentrated HF, and then continuing to follow the
procedures described in Section 5.3.1.2. Then combine the
resultant sample directly with the acid digested portions of the
filter prepared previously in Section 5.3.1.2. The resultant
combined sample is referred to as "Sampla Frar.i-inn i", FiJ-tr
the combined sample using Whatman 541 filter paper- Dilute to
300 ml (or the appropriate volume for 1-he expected metals
concentration) with water. This diluted sample is
"Analytical Fraction 1". Measure and record the volume of
Analytical Fraction 1 to within o.i ml. Quantitatively remove a
50-ml aliquot and label as "Analytical Fraction IB". Label the
remaining 250-ml portion as "Analytical Fraction 1A"  Analytical
Fraction 1A is used for ICAP or AAS analysis for all desired
metals except Hg. Analytical Fraction IB is used for the
determination of front-half Hg.
5.3.4 Container Ho. 4 (Inpingers 1-3). Measure and record
the total volume of this sample to within 0.5 nl and label it
"Sample Fraction 2". Remove a 75- to 100-ml aliquot for Hg
analysis and label the aliquot "Analytical Fraction 2B". Label
the remaining portion of Container Ho. 4 as "Sample Fraction 2A".
Sample Fraction 2A defines the volume of Analytical Fraction 2A
prior to digestion. All of Sample Fraction 2A is digested to
produce "Analytical Fraction 2A". Analytical Fraction 2A defines
the volume of Sample Fraction 2A after its digestion and the
volume of Analytical Fraction 2A is normally 150 ml.
Analytical Fraction 2A is analyzed for all metals except Hg.
verify that the pH of Sample Fraction 2A is 2 or lower. If
necessary, use concentrated HKO} by careful addition and stirring
to lower Sample Fraction 2A to pH 2. Use water to rinse Sample
Fraction 2A into a beaker and then cover the beaker with a ribbed
watchglass. Reduce Sample Fraction 2A to approximately 20 ml by
heating on a hot plate at a temperature just below boiling. Then
follow either of the digestion procedures described in
Sections 5.3.4.1 or 5.3.4.2.
5.3.4.1	Conventional Digestion Procedure. Add 30 ml of
50 percent HK03, and heat for 30 minutes on a hot plate to just
below boiling. Add 10 ml of 3 percent H^Oj and heat for 10 more
minutes. Add 50 ml of hot water, and heat the sample for an
additional 20 minutes, cool, filter the sample, and dilute to
150 ml (or the appropriate volume for the expected metals
concentrations) with water. This dilution produces Analytical
Fraction 2A. Measure and record the volume to within 0.1 ml.
5.3.4.2	Microwave Digestion Procedure. Add 10 ml of
50 percent HN03 and heat for 6 minutes total heating time in
alternations of 1 to 2 minutes at 600 Watts followed by 1 to 2
minutes with no power, etc., similar to the procedure described
in Section 5.3.1. Allow the sample to cool. Add 10 ml of
3 percent H,0: and heat for 2 more minutes. Add 50 ml of hot

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illustrating sample preparation and analysis procedures for each
of the sample train components is shown in Figure 29-3.
5.3.1 Container No. 1 (Sample Filter).
5.3.1.1 If particulate emissions are being determined,
first desiccate the filter and filter catch without added heat
(do not heat the filters to speed the drying) and weigh to a
constant weight as described in Section 4.3 of Method 5.
5.3.1.2 Following this procedure, or initially, if
particulate emissions are not being determined in addition to
metals analysis, divide the filter with its filter catch into
portions containing approximately 0.5 g each. Place the pieces
in the analyst's choice of either individual microwave pressure
relief vessels or Parr* Bombs. Add 6 ml of concentrated HN0} and
4 ml of concentrated HF to each vessel. For microwave heating,
microwave the samples for approximately 12 to 15 minutes total
heating time as follows: heat for 2 to 3 minutes, then turn off
the microwave for 2 to 3 minutes, then heat for 2 to 3 minutes,
etc., continue this alternation until the 12 to 15 minutes total
heating time are completed (this procedure should comprise
approximately 24 to 30 minutes at 600 watts) . Microwave heating
tines are approximate and are dependent upon the number of
samples being digested simultaneously. Sufficient heating is
evidenced by sorbent reflux within the vessel.

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Figure 29-3.
saaple preparation and analysis schema.

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water, and heat for an additional 5 minutes. Cool, filter the
sample, and dilute to 150 ml (or the appropriate volume for the
expected metals concentrations) with water. This dilution
produces Analytical Fraction 2A. Measure and record the volume
to within 0.1 ml.
NOTE: All microwave heating times given are approximate and
are dependent upon the number of samples being digested at a
time. Heating times as given above have been found
acceptable for simultaneous digestion of up to 12 individual
samples. Sufficient heating is evidenced by solvent reflux
within the vessel.
5.3.5	Container No. 5A (Impinger 4), Container Nos. 5B and
5C (Impingers 5 and 6) . Keep the samples in Containers Nos. 5A,
5B, and 5C separate from each other. Measure and record the
volume of 5A to within 0.5 ml. Label the contents of
Container No. 5A to be Analytical Fraction 3A. To remove any
brown MnOj precipitate from the contents of Container No. 5B,
filter its contents through Whatman 40 filter paper into a 500 ml
volumetric flask and dilute to volume with water. Save the
filter for digestion of the brown Mn02 precipitate. Label the
500 ml filtrate from Container No. 5B to be Analytical
Fraction 3B. Analyze Analytical Fraction 3B for Hg within
48 hours of the filtration step. Place the saved filter, which
was used to remove the brown Mn02 precipitate, into an
appropriately sized vented container, which will allow release of
any gases including chlorine formed when the filter is digested.
In a laboratory hood which will remove any gas produced by the
digestion of the Mn02, add 25 ml of 8 N HC1 to the filter and
allow to digest for a minimum of 24 hours at room temperature.
Filter the contents of Container No. 5C through a Whatman 40
filter into a 500-ml volumetric flask. Then filter the result of
the digestion of the brown Mn02 from Container No. 5B through a
Whatman 4 0 filter into the same 500-ml volumetric flask, and
dilute and mix well to volume with water. Discard the Whatman 40
filter. Mark this combined 500-ml dilute HCl solution as
Analytical Fraction 3C.
5.3.6	Container No. 6 (Silica Gel). Weigh the spent silica
gel (or silica gel plus impinger) to the nearest 0.5 g using a
balance.
5.4 Sample Analysis. For each sampling train sample run,
seven individual analytical samples are generated ? two for all
desired metals except Hg, and five for Hg. A schematic
identifying each sample container and the prescribed analytical
preparation and analysis scheme is shown in Figure 29-3. The
first two analytical samples, labeled Analytical Fractions 1A and
IB, consist of the digested samples from the front-half of the
train. Analytical Fraction 1A is for ICAP, ICP-MS or AAS
analysis as described in Sections 5.4.1 and 5.4.2, respectively.
Analytical Fraction IB is for front-half Hg analysis as described
in Section 5.4.3. The contents of the back-half of the train are
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The third and fourth analytical samples, labeled Analytical
Fractions 2A and 2B, contain tha samples from the moisture
removal impinger No. 1, if used, and HK0}/H202 impingers Nos. 2
and 3. Analytical Fraction 2A is for ICAP, ICP-MS or AAS
analysis for target metals, except Hg. Analytical Fraction 2B is
for analysis for Hg. The fifth through seventh analytical
samples, labeled Analytical Fractions 3A, 3B, and 3C, consist of
the impinger contents and rinses from the empty impinger No. 4
and the H2SO,/KMnO, Impingers Nos. 5 and 6. These analytical
samples are for analysis for Hg as described in Section 5.4.3.
Tha total back-half Hg catch is determined from the sum of
Analytical Fractions 23, 3A, 3B, and 3C. Analytical Fractions 1A
and 2A can be combined proportionally prior to analysis.
5.4.1 ICAP and ICP-MS Analysis. Analyze Analytical
Fractions 1A and 2A by ICAP using Method 6010 or Method 200.7 (40
CFR 136, Appendix C). Calibrate the ICAP, and set up an analysis
program as described in Method 6010 or Method 200.7. Follow the
quality control procedures described in Section 7.3.1.
Recommended wavelengths for analysis are as follows:
These wavelengths represent the best combination of specificity
and potential detection limit, other wavelengths may be
substituted if they can provide the needed specificity and
detection limit, and are treated with the same corrective
techniques for spectral interference. Initially, analyze all
samples for the target metals (except Hg) plus Fe and Al. If Fe
and Al are present, the sample might have to be diluted so that
each of these elements is at a concentration of less than 50 ppm
so as to reduce their spectral interferences on As, Cd, Cr, and
Pb. Perform ICP-MS analysis by following Method 6020 in sw-846.
Element	
Aluminum
Antimony
Arsenic
Barium
Beryllium
Cadmium
Chromium
Cobalt
Copper
Iron
Lead
Manganese
Nickel
Phosphorous
Selenium
Silver
Thallium
Zinc
Wavelength (nm\
308.215
206.833
193.696
455.403
313.042
226.502
267.716
228.616
324.754
259.940
220.353
257.610
231.604
214.914
196.026
328.068
190.864
213.856

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NOTE: When analyzing samples in a HF matrix, an alumina
torch should be used; since all front-half samples will
contain HF, use an alumina torch.
5.4.2 AAS by Direct Aspiration and/or GFAAS. If analysis
of metals in Analytical Fractions 1A and 2A by using GFAAS or
direct aspiration AAS is needed, use Table 29-2 to determine

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Table 29-2. AppGcabla techniques, methods and minimization of Interference for AAS analysts.
>1
Technique
sw-4e
Method No.
i
I
Wavelenglti |
(ft*)
I
i
hterterences ;
Cave* UiTmizaBcft

Asp Ira Sen
7340
241.3 ! Contamination |
Great care taken to avoid contamhation

Aspiration
7420
263.3 j
217.0 nm alternate
Background correefcn riquNd

Furnace
7421
283.3 '
Poof recoveries
Matrtc modifier, add 10 ul of phosphorus
add to 1 ml afpripared sample h
sampler cup

Aspirator.
74e
27S.5
403.1 nm alternate
Background correction rtqurid

Aspiration
 7520
232.0
352.4 nm alternate
Fe.Cs, andCr
NonBnear respo nse
Background eorreeJtofs required
Malm matehiig or rutrsus-exkle/
acetylene flame
Sample Outait or use 352 3 nm line

Furnace
7740
196.0
Volaffity
Adsorption 1 teaser
Spit samples end reference materials and
add nickel ruCrate to minimiza
volaStzaicn
Background correction is requfeed and
Zee man background correction can be usitul

AspiraSon
7780
325.1
Adsorption t sealer
AgCI iisoluble
Background correction k required
Avoid hydrochloric acid unless sSver is
n solution as a chloride eomplei
Sample and standards monitored for
aspiration rate

Aspfcaton
7140
275.5

Background correction is requred |
Hydrochloric acid should not be used

Fumact
7541
275.5
Hydrochloric acid
or chloride
Background correction b required
Verify hat losses are not octurrrg for
volatizatian by spiked samples or standard
addttcn: Paaadui* is a suitable man
modifier

Aspratior,
7950
213.S
High Si,Cu,4 P
Contamraticn
Ssantum removes Cu and phosphate
Great care taken to avoid contamhatisn

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Table 29-2 cent
Metal
Technique
SW-M8
Method No.
Wavelength
(Bin)
Intarfartnett j
Came Ulnimlzition ;
Sb
Aspiration
7040
217.0
1000 msTn! Pi
Nl Cu. or acid
i
Jsa secondary wavelenthe of 231.1 urn;
match sample 1 standards' acid concentra-
Ma or use nrouticlde/eeiyitne name
S6
Fumaee
7041
217.6
High Pb
Secondary wavelength orZeeman correction
Al
Furnace
7CSQ
193.7
krttnc roJatiTajfior
A.umintim
Spiked samples and add nick*) nitrate so-
lution to
digettates prior lo analysis
Use Zeeman background correction
Sa
Aspiration
7083
553.5
Calcium
Barium lonaation
High hollow cathode aimntand narrow
band tat
2 ml of KC1 per 100 ml of sample
Be
Aspiration
70SD
234 9
SCOppmAI
High Mg and Si
Add 0.1* fluoride
Use method of standard additions
|
Be
Furnace
7091
234.9
Be in optical path
OpUmtta parameter* to minimize effects
Cd
Aspiration
7130
228.1
Absorption and llgtit
MiHrwg
Background eoneeflon l> required
i
Co
Furnace
7131
221.8
As t>ov
Excess chloride
Pipt dpi
Aiabove !
Ammonium phosphate used at a mat/a
modifier
Use cadmium-free Hps
Cr
Aspiration
719C
357.9
A:fci5 mstaJ
KCI ionsatiofl suppressant in samples
and standards-Consult mfgs' Renture
Co
Furnace
72C*
240.7
Eicess chloride
Use Method of Standard Additions
Cf
furnace
7191
|
3571
200 rng/l Ca and ?
AS calcium nitrate fori known constant
effect and ta eSminate effect of phosphate
CU
Aspiration
7216
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which techniques and procedures to apply for each target metal.
Use Table 29-2, if necessary, to determine techniques for
minimization of interferences. Calibrate the instrument
according to Section 6.3 and follow the quality control
procedures specified in Section 7.3.2.
5.4.3 CVAAS Hg analysis. Analyze Analytical Fractions IB,
2B, 3A, 3B, and 3C separately for Hg using CVAAS following the
method outlined in EPA SW-B46 Method 7470 or in Standard Methods
for Water and Wastewater Analysis. 15th Edition, Method 303F, or,
optionally using NOTE Mo. 2 at the end of this section. Set up
the calibration curve (zero to 1000 ng) as described in SW-84 6
Method 7470 or similar to Method 303F using 300-ml BOD bottles
instead of Erlenmeyers. Perform the following for each Hg
analysis. From each original sample, select and record an
aliquot in the size range from 1 ml to 10 ml. If no prior
knowledge of the expected amount of Hg in the sample exists, a 5
ml aliquot is suggested for the first dilution to 100 ml (see
NOTE No. 1 at end of this Section). The total amount of Hg in
the aliquot shall be less than 1 MS and within the range (zero to
1000 ng) of the calibration curve. Place the sample aliquot into
a separate 300-ml BOD bottle, and add enough water to make a
total volume of 100 ml. Next add to it sequentially the sample
digestion solutions and perform the sample preparation described
in the procedures of SW-846 Method 7470 or Method 3Q3F. (See
note No 2 at the end of this Section) . If the maximum readings
are off-scale (because Hg in the aliquot exceeded the calibration
range; including the situation where only a 1-ml aliquot of the
original sample was digested), then dilute the original sample
(or a portion of it) with 0.15 percent HNOj (1.5 ml concentrated
HN03 per liter aqueous solution) so that when a 1- to 10-ml
aliquot of the "0.15 HN03 percent dilution of the original
sample" is digested and analyzed by the procedures described
above, it will yield an analysis within the range of the
calibration curve.
NOTE NO. l: when Hg levels in the sample fractions are
below the in-stack detection limit given in Table 29-1,
select a 10 ml aliquot for digestion and analysis as
described.
note No. 2: optionally, Hg can be analyzed by using the
CVAAS analytical procedures given by some instrument
manufacturer's directions. These include calibration and
quality control procedures for the Leeman Model PS200, the
Perkin Elmer FIAS systems, and similar models, if available, of
other instrument manufacturers. For digestion and
analyses by these instruments, perform the following two

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steps: (1), Digest the sample aliquot through the addition of
the aqueous hydroxylamine hydrochloride/sodium chloride
solution the same as described in this Section 5-4.3.: fThe
Leenian, Perkin Elmer, andsimilar Instruments described in
this natB add automatically tha necessary stannous chloride
solution during the automated analysis of Hy.t: (2) , Upon
completion of the digestion described in (1), analyze the
sample according to the instrument manufacturer's
directions. This approach allows multiple (including
duplicate} automated analyses of a digested sample aliquot.
6.	Calibration
Maintain a laboratory log of all calibrations.
6.1	Sampling Train Calibration. Calibrate the sampling
train components according to the indicated sections of Method 5:
Probe Nozzle (Section 5.1); Pitot Tube (Section 5.2}; Metering
System (Section 5.3); Probe Heater (Section 5.4); Temperature
Gauges (Section 5.5); Leak-Check of the Metering System
(Section 5.6); and Barometer (Section 5.7).
6.2	Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma Spectrometer
calibration. Prepare standards as outlined in Section 4.5.
Profile and calibrate the instrument according to the
manufacturer's recommended procedures using those standards.
Check the calibration once per hour. If the instrument does not
reproduce the standard concentrations within 10 percent, perform
the complete calibration procedures. Perform ICP-MS analysis by
following Method 6020 in SW-846.
6.3	Atomic Absorption Spectrometer - Direct Aspiration AAS,
GFAAS, and CVAAS analyses. Prepare the standards as outlined in
Section 4.5 and use them to calibrate the spectrometer.
Calibration procedures are also outlined in the EPA methods
referred to in Table 29-2 and in sw-84 6 Method 7470 or in
Standard Methods for Water and Wastewater Method 303F (for Hg) .
Run each standard curve in duplicate and use the mean values to
calculate the calibration line. Recalibrate the instrument
approximately once every 10 to 12 samples.
7.	Quality control
7.1 Field Reagent Blanks, if analyzed. Perform the
digestion and analysis of the blanks in Container Nos. 7 through
12 that were produced in Sections 5.2.11 through 5.2.17,
respectively. For Hg field reagent blanks, use a 10 ml aliquot
for digestion and analysis.
7.1.1	Digest and analyze one of the filters from Container
No. 12 per Section 5.3.1, 100 ml from Container No. 7 per Section
5.3.2, and 100 ml from Container Ho. 8A per Section 5.3.3. This
step produces blanks for Analytical Fractions 1A and IB.
7.1.2	Combine 100 ml of Container No. 8A with 200 ml from
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Section 5.3.4. This step produces blanks for Analytical
Fractions 2A and 2B.
7.1.3	Digest and analyze a 100-ml portion of Container
No. 8A to produce a blank for Analytical Fraction 3A.
7.1.4	Combine 100 ml from Container No. 10 with 33 ml from
Container No. 8B to produce a blank for Analytical Fraction 3B.
Filter the resultant 133 ml as described for Container No. 5B in
Section 5.3.5, except do not dilute the 13 3 ml. Analyze this
blank for Hg within 48 hr of the filtration step, and use 400 ml
as the blank volume when calculating the blank mass value. Use
the actual volumes of the other analytical blanks when
calculating their mass values.
7.1.5	Digest the filter that was used to remove any brown
MnOj precipitate from the blank for Analytical Fraction 3B by the
same procedure as described in Section 5.3.5 for the similar
sample filter. Filter the digestate and the contents of
Container No. 11 through Whatman 40 paper into a 500-ml
volumetric flask, and dilute to volume with water. These steps
produce a blank for Analytical Fraction 3C.
7.1.6	Analyze the blanks for Analytical Fraction Blanks 1A
and 2A per Section 5.4.1 and/or Section 5.4.2. Analyze the
blanks for Analytical Fractions IB, 2B, 3Ar 3B, and 3C per
section 5.4.3. Analysis of the blank for Analytical Fraction 1A
produces the front-half reagent blank correction values for the
desired metals except for Hg; Analysis of the blank for
Analytical Fraction IB produces the front-half reagent blank
correction value for Hg. Analysis of the blank for Analytical
Fraction 2A produces the back-half reagent blank correction
values for all of the desired metals except for Hg, while
separate analyses of the blanks for Analytical Fractions 2B, 3A,
3B, and 3C produce the back-half reagent blank correction value
for Hg.
7.2 Quality Control Samples. Analyze the following quality
control samples.
7.2.1	ICAP and ICP-MS Analysis. Follow the respective
quality control descriptions in Section 8 of Methods 6010 and
6020 of SW-846. For the purposes of a source test that consists
of three sample runs, modify those requirements to include the
following: two instrument check standard runs, two calibration
blank runs, one interference check sample at the beginning of the
analysis (analyze by Method of Standard Additions unless within
25 percent) , one quality control sample to check the accuracy of
the calibration standards (required to be within 25 percent of
calibration), and one duplicate analysis (required to be within
20 percent of average or repeat all analyses).
7.2.2	Direct Aspiration AAS and/or GFAAS Analysis for Sb,
As, Ba, Be, Cd, Cu, Cr, Co, Pb, Ni, Mn, Hg, P, Se, Ag, Tl, and
Zn. Analyze all samples in duplicate. Perform a matrix spike on
at least one front-half sample and one back-half sample, or one
combined sample. If recoveries of less than 75 percent or
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analyze each sample by the Method of Standard Additions. Analyze
a quality control sample to check the accuracy of the calibration
standards. If the results are not within 20 percent, repeat the
calibration.
7.2.3 CVAAS Analysis for Hg. Analyze all samples in
duplicate. Analyze a quality control sample to check the
accuracy of the calibration standards (if not within 15 percent,
repeat calibration). Perform a matrix spike on one sample (if
not within 25 percent, analyze all samples by the Method of
Standard Additions). Additional information on quality control
can be obtained from EPA SW-B46 Method 7470 or in Standard
Methods for Water and Wastewater Method 303F.
8. calculations
8.1	Dry Gas Volume. Using the data from this test,
calculate V(3tdJ, the dry gas sample volume at standard conditions
as outlined iri Section 6.3 of Method 5.
8.2	Volume of Water Vapor and Moisture Content. Using the
total volume of condensate collected during the source sampling,
calculate the volume of water vapor VW(SC(1, and the moisture
content of the stack gas. Use Equations 5-2 and 5-3 of
Method 5.
8.3	Stack Gas Velocity. Using the data from this test and
Equation 2-9 of Method 2, calculate the average stack gas
velocity.
8.4	Metals (Except Hg) in source sample.
8.4.1 Analytical Fraction 1A, Front-Half, Metals (except
Hg) . Calculate separately the amount of each metal collected in
Sample Fraction 1 of the sampling train using the following
equation:
Eq. 29-1
where:
Mfh = Total mass of each metal (except Hg) collected
in the front half of the sampling train
(Sample Fraction 1) , fig.
ca; - concentration of metal in Analytical Fraction
1A as read from the standard curve,
tig/ml.
F3 - Dilution factor (Fd  the inverse of the
fractional portion of the concentrated sample
in the solution actually used in the instrument
to produce the reading Cal. For example, if a
2 ml aliquot of Analytical Fraction 1A is
diluted to 10 ml to place it in the calibration
range, Fd = 5) .
vso:.-..: " Total volume of digested sample solution
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KOTg: if Analytical Fractions 1A and 2A are combined, use
proportional aliquots. Then make appropriate changes in
Equations 29-1 through 29-3 to reflect this approach.
8.4.2 Analytical Fraction 2A, Back-Half, Metals (except
Hg). Calculate separately the amount of each metal collected in
Fraction 2 of the sampling train using the following equation.
Mbh = Ca2F.V.	Eq. 29-2
where:
Mth =
C.2 =
Fa -
Va =
8.4.3 Total
amount of each of
train as follows:
Mt "  exceeds "AM tig, use the greater of I or II:
I.	"A" Mg.
XX. the lesser of (a)	or (b) 5 percent of Mrh.
If the measured blank value for the back-half (M^) is in the
range 0.0 to 1 tig, use M.,hb to correct the emission sample value
(MB1); if Mthfl exceeds 1 jig, use the greater of I or II:
i. i Mg.
II.	the lesser of (a) M^, or (b) 5 percent of Mbh.
Total mass of each metal (except Hg) collected
in the back-half of the sampling train (Sample
Fraction 2), tig.
Concentration of metal in Analytical Fraction
2A as read from the standard curve, (/xg/ml) 
Aliquot factor, volume of Sample Fraction 2
divided by volume of Sample Fraction 2A (see
Total volume of digested sample solution
(Analytical Fraction 2A), ml (see
Section 5.3.4.1 or 5.3.4.2, as applicable}.
Train, Metals (except Hg). Calculate the total
the quantified metals collected in the sampling
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8.5 Hg in Source Sample.
8.5.1 Analytical Fraction IB; Front-Half Hg. Calculate the
amount of Hg collected in the front-half/ Sample Fraction 1, of
the sampling train by using Equation 29-4:
Hgn = ^	23. 29-4
v fis
where:
Hgfh = Total mass of Hg collected in the front- half
of the sampling train (Sample Fraction 1), pq.
Qth = Quantity of Hg, nq, total in the aliquot of
and analysis  note: For example, if a 10 ml
aliquot of Analytical Fraction IB is taken and
digested and analyzed (according to Section
5.4.3 and its NOTES Nos. 1 and 2), then
calculate and use the total amount of Hg in the
10 ml aliquot for Qfh.
vin.i  Total volume of Analytical Fraction 1, ml.
VriB = Volume of aliquot of Analytical Fraction IB
analyzed, ml. MOTS: For example, if a 1 ml
aliquot of Analytical Fraction IB was diluted
to 50 ml with 0.15 percent HNO, as described in
Section 5.4.3 to bring it into the proper
analytical range, and then 1 ml of that 50-ml
was digested according to Section 5.4.3 and
analyzed, V;ia would be 0.02 ml.
8.5.2 Analytical Fractions 2B, 3A, 3B, and 3C; Back Half
Hg.
8.5.2.1 Calculate the amount of Hg collected in Sample
Fraction 2 by using Equation 29-5:
H9b,2 "	(Vsoin.*>	Eq. 29-5
f2B
where:
Hgtshr = Total mass of Hg collected in Sample
Fraction 2, mg-
Qhhj = Quantity of Hg, nq, TOTAL in the ALIQUOT of
Analytical Fraction 2B selected for digestion
and analysis . HQTB: For example, if a 10 ml
aliquot of Analytical Fraction 2B is taken and
digested and analyzed (according to
Section 5.4.3 and its NOTES Nos. 1 and 2} , then
calculate and use the total aisount of Hg in the
10 nl aliquot for Qth2.

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Vjoin,2 = Total volume of Sample Fraction 2, ml.
V.2B = Volume of Analytical Fraction 2B analyzed, ml.
MOTE: For example, if 1 ml of Analytical
Fraction 2B was diluted to 10 ml with 0.15
percent HNOj as described in Section 5.4.3 to
bring it into the proper analytical range, and
then 5 ml of that 10-ml was analyzed, Vf3i would
be 0.5 ml.
8.5.2.2	Calculate each of the back-half Hg values for
Analytical Fractions 3A, 3B, and 3C by using Equation 29-6:
= v"3
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Hgtw, = Blank correction value for mass of Hg detected
in front-half field reagent blank, fig.
Hgbhfc <= Blank correction value for mass of Hg detected
in back-half field reagent blanks, fig.
NOTE: if the total of the measured blank values (Kg
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4.	EPA Methods 1 through 5, Code of
Title 40, Part 60, Appendix A, July 1, 1991.
5.	EPA Method 101A, Code of Federal Regulations. Title
40, Part 61, Appendix B, July 1, 1991.

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