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ASTM D3326-07(2011)

ASTM D3326-07(2011)

Standard Practice for Preparation of Samples for Identification of Waterborne Oils

2017-12-20 /Historical
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Identification of a recovered oil is determined by comparison with known oils selected because of their possible relationship to the particular recovered oil, for example, suspected or questioned sources. Thus, samples of such known oils must be collected and submitted along with the unknown for analysis. It is unlikely that identification of the sources of an unknown oil by itself can be made without direct matching, that is, solely with a library of analyses.


1.1 This practice covers the preparation for analysis of waterborne oils recovered from water. The identification is based upon the comparison of physical and chemical characteristics of the waterborne oils with oils from suspect sources. These oils may be of petroleum or vegetable/animal origin, or both. Seven procedures are given as follows:

identification; oil spill; preparation; sample; waterborne oil; Ion exchange materials/applications; Petroleum oils; Sample preparation--water applications; Sampling water analysis applications; Specimen preparation (for testing)--water testing; Waterborne oils
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