Concentration of cadmium (Cd) in different fractions untreated bottom ash eluate
8) However, they have greater sensitivity than conventional tube testing (6,9) and this increased sensitivity may lead to the detection of clinically insignificant but weakly positive DAT results that sometimes demonstrate negative eluates
In this study, the results of the experiment designed to mimic water falling on a hot field surface (Figure 1 and Table 1, eluate
1 and eluate
2), where crumb rubber is readily found, suggests that compounds with mutagenic potential could enter solution upon irrigation of a field with a surface temperature of 70[degrees]C, a temperature within the range reported by others (Williams and Pulley 2002; McNitt et al.
Study on adsorbed serum with platelets and on the eluate
of adsorbed platelets:
ions in the eluates
([micro]g/g) standard calibration curve were obtained by plotting the peak heights of known concentration of the Fluor solutions and calibration curve for Fluoride selective electrode constructed previously.
Results of measuring parameter values of slag (average sample) eluate
intended for permanent disposal according to Croatian Regulations for waste disposal mg/kg of dry substance Limiting value Measured of eluate
value parameter * of eluate
Parameters Method T/K = 10 l/kg parameter Arsenic/As EN ISO 11969 2 <0.
Residual levels in the eluate
were determined by gas chromatography.
The filter discs from the card punch were removed and the resulting eluate
was evaporated under air at 45[degrees]C until dry (1).
Test portions of 110 g and 600 g (dry weight) of semicoke were used for the eluate
preparation in the batch tests.
The removal of unbound antibodies is done to ensure the eluate
contains only those antibodies which are coating a patient's RBCs.
Water is then added to the iodide eluate
to achieve a final ionic strength of 1.
Fifty microliters of 3 M NaAcO was added to each eluate
before drying under vacuum at ambient temperature overnight.