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SDWAList of Approved Biological Test Procedures and In Which Editions of Standard Methods They Can Be Found (Current as of 7/29/12)

Standard Methods 18th Edition X X X X Standard Methods 19th Edition X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Standard Methods 20th Edition X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X-99 X-97 X-00 X-97 Standard Methods 21st Edition X X X X X-97 X-97 Standard Methods Online X-99

Parameter and Units 9221 A, B, C 1. Coliform (Total) 9221 D 9222 A, B, C 9223 9213 D 9221 B.1 /9221 F 2 E. Coli. 9222 B/9222 G 9222 D/9222 G 9222 G 9223 9221 B 3. Coliform (Fecal) 4. Heterotrophic bacteria 5. Enterococci 9221 E 9222 D 9215 B 9230 B 9230 C

Method

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SDWA.List of Approved Inorganic Test Procedures and In Which Editions of Standard Methods They Can Be Found (As of 7/29/2012)
Standard Methods 18th Edition Standard Methods 19th Edition Standard Methods 20th Edition Standard Methods 21st Edition Standard Methods Online

Parameter

Methodology

40 CFR 141 Approved Standard Methods

Standard Methods 22nd Edition

1. Acidity, as CaCO3, mg/L

2. Alkalinity, as CaCO3, mg/L

Electrometric endpoint or phenolphthalein endpoint Electrometric or Colorimetric titration to pH 4.5, Manual Automatic Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace STGFAA

2320 B

X-97

3111 D 3113 B

X X

X X X-04

3. AluminumTotal, mg/L

ICP/AES ICP/MS Direct Current Plasma (DCP) Colorimetric (Eriochrome cyanine R) Manual distillation or gas diffusion (pH > 11) followed by any of the following: Nesslerization

3120 B

4. Ammonia (as N), mg/L

Titration Electrode Manual phenate, salicylate, or other substituted phenols in Berthelot reaction based methods

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Automated phenate, salicylate, or other substituted phenols in Berthelot reaction based methods Automated electrode Ion Chromatography Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration 5. AntimonyTotal, mg/L AA furnace STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following: AA gaseous hydride AA furnace 6. ArsenicTotal, mg/L STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS Colorimetric (SDDC) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration 7. BariumTotal, mg/L AA furnace ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Digestion followed by any of the following: 8. BerylliumTotal, mg/L AA direct aspiration AA furnace STGFAA 3113 B X X X X-04 3111 D 3113 B 3120 B X X X X X X X X X X X-99 X-04 X-99 3114 B 3113 B X X X X X X X-09 X-04 3113 B X X X X-04

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ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Colorimetric (aluminon) 9. Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5), mg/L Dissolved Oxygen Depletion Colorimetric (curcumin) 10. BoronTotal, mg/L ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Electrode 11. Bromide, mg/L

3120 B

X-99

Ion Chromatography CIE/UV Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace STGFAA 3113 B X X X X-04

12. CadmiumTotal, mg/L

ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Voltametry Colorimetric (Dithizone) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration ICP/AES 3111 B 3120 B X X X X X X X X-99 X-99

13. CalciumTotal, mg/L

ICP/MS DCP Titrimetric (EDTA) Titrimetric (EDTA) 3500Ca-B 3500Ca D X X X X X-97

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14. Carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD5), mg/L 15. Chemical oxygen demand (COD), mg/L

Ion Chromatography Dissolved Oxygen Depletion with nitrification inhibitor Titrimetric Spectrophotometric, manual or automatic Titrimetric: (silver nitrate) (Mercuric nitrate) Colorimetric: manual 4500ClB X X X

16. Chloride, mg/L

Automated (Ferricyanide) Potentiometric Titration Ion Selective Electrode Ion Chromatography CIE/UV Amperometric direct Amperometric direct (low level) Iodometric direct Back titration ether end point DPDFAS Spectrophotometric, DPD Electrode Iodimetric Electrode Amperometric direct Amperometric direct (low level) DPDFAS Spectrophotometric, DPD Syringaldazine (FACTS) Iodimetric Electrode Amperometric direct 4500Cl I 4500Cl D X X X X X X X X X-00 X-00 4500Cl D 4500Cl E X X X X X X X X-00 4110 B X X X 4500ClD X X X

17. ChlorineTotal residual, mg/L

4500Cl F 4500Cl G

X X

X X

X X

X X

X-00 X-00

17 A. ChlorineFree Available, mg/L

4500Cl F 4500Cl G 4500Cl G 4500Cl I 4500Cl D 4500Cl F 4500Cl G

X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

X X X X X

X-00 X-00 X-00 X-00 X-00

17 B. ChlorineCombined mg/L

DPDFAS Spectrophotometric, DPD

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Amperometric Titration 17 C. Chlorine Dioxide DPD method ** Amperometric Titration 0.45micron Filtration followed by any of the following: AA chelationextraction Ion Chromatography Colorimetric (Diphenyl carbazide) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA chelationextraction AA furnace 19. ChromiumTotal, mg/L STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP, Colorimetric (Diphenyl carbazide) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace 20. CobaltTotal, mg/L STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP 21. Color, platinum cobalt units or dominant wavelength, hue, luminance purity 22. CopperTotal, mg/L Colorimetric (ADMI) (Platinum cobalt) Spectrophotometric Digestion followed by any of the following:

4500ClO2 C

X X X

X X X

X X X

X X X

X-00 X-00 X-00

4500ClO2 D 4500ClO2 E

18. Chromium VI dissolved, mg/L

3113 B

X-04

3120 B

X-99

2120 B

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AA direct aspiration AA furnace STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Colorimetric (Neocuproine) Colorimetric (Bathocuproine) Automated UV digestion /distillation and Colorimetry Segmented Flow Injection, In-Line Ultraviolet Digestion followed by gas diffusion amperometry Manual distillation with MgCl2 followed by any of the following: Flow Injection , gas diffusion amperometry Titrimetric Spectrophotometric, manual Semi - Automated Ion Chromatography Ion Selective Electrode Cyanide Amenable to Chlorination (CATC); Manual distillation with MgCl2 followed by Titrimetric or Spectrophotometric Flow injection and ligand exchange, followed by gas diffusion amperometry

3111 B 3113 B

X X

X X

X X

X-99 X-04

3120 B

X-99

4500CN C

23. CyanideTotal, mg/L

4500CN E

X-99

4500CN F

X-99

4500CN G

X-99

24. Cyanide-Available, mg/L

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24.A Cyanide-Free, mg/L

Automated Distillation and Colorimetry (no UV digestion) Flow Injection , followed by gas diffusion amperometry Manual micro-diffusion and colorimetry Manual distillation followed by any of the following: Electrode, manual Electrode, automated Colorimetric, (SPADNS) Automated complexone Ion Chromatography CIE/UV Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration,

4500F B 4500F C 4500F D 4500F E4110 B

X X

X X

X X

X X

X-97 X-97

25. FluorideTotal, mg/L

X X X

X X X

X X X

X X X

X-97 X-97 X-00

26. GoldTotal, mg/L

AA furnace, ICP/MS DCP Automated colorimetric, Titrimetric (EDTA)

27. HardnessTotal, as CaCO3, mg/L

Ca plus Mg as their carbonates, by inductively coupled plasma or AA direct aspiration. Electrometric measurement Automated electrode Digestion followed by any of the following: 4500H+ B X X X X X-00

28. Hydrogen ion (pH), pH units

29. IridiumTotal, mg/L

AA direct aspiration AA furnace ICP/MS

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Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace 30. IronTotal, mg/L STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Colorimetric (Phenanthroline) Manual digestion and distillation or gas diffusion followed by any of the following:: Titration Nesslerization Electrode Semi-automated phenate Manual phenate, salicylate, or other substituted phenols in Berthelot reaction based methods Automated Methods for TKN that do not require manual distillation Automated phenate, salicylate, or other substituted phenols in Berthelot reaction based methods colorimetric (auto digestion and distillation) Semi-automated block digestor colorimetric (distillation not required) Block digester, followed by Auto distillation and Titration 3120 B X X X 3111 B 3113 B X X X X X-04

31. Kjeldahl Nitrogen Total, (as N), mg/L

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Block digester, followed by Auto distillation and Nesslerization, Block Digester, followed by Flow injection gas diffusion (distillation not required) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace STGFAA 32. LeadTotal, mg/L ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Voltametry Colorimetric (Dithizone) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace ICP/AES 33. MagnesiumTotal, mg/L ICP/MS DCP Gravimetric Mg Calculation Mg Calculation Ion Chromatography Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration 34. ManganeseTotal, mg/L AA furnace STGFAA ICP/AES 3120 B X X X 3111 B 3113 B X X X X X-04 3500-Mg B 3500-Mg E A X A X X X X-97 3113 B 3120 B X X X X X X X X-99 X-99 3113 B X X X X-99, 04

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ICP/MS DCP Colorimetric (Persulfate) Colorimetric (Periodate) Cold vapor, Manual Cold vapor, Automated Cold vapor atomic fluorescence spectrometry (CVAFS) Purge and Trap CVAFS Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration 36. MolybdenumTotal , mg/L AA furnace ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace 37. NickelTotal, mg/L STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Ion Chromatography CIE/UV 38. Nitrate (as N), mg/L Ion Selective Electrode Colorimetric (Brucine sulfate) Nitrate-nitrite N minus Nitrite N Cadmium reduction, Manual

3125 B

3112

X-09

35. MercuryTotal , mg/L

3111 B 3113 B

X X

X X

X X

X-99 X-99, 04

3120 B

X-99

4110 B 4500NO3D

X-00

X-00

39. Nitrate-nitrite (as N), mg/L

4500NO3E

X-00

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Cadmium reduction, Automated Automated hydrazine Ion Chromatography CIE/UV Spectrophotometric: Manual Automated (Diazotization) Automated (*bypass cadmium reduction) Manual (*bypass cadmium reduction) Ion Chromatography CIE/UV 40.5 Odor Hexane extractable material (HEM): nHexane extraction and gravimetry Silica gel treated HEM (SGTHEM): Silica gel treatment and gravimetry. Combustion 42. Organic carbonTotal (TOC), mg/L Heated persulfate or UV persulfate oxidation Combustion 42A. Organic carbon Dissolved (DOC), mg/L 43. Organic nitrogen (as N), mg/L Heated persulfate or UV persulfate oxidation Total Kjeldahl N minus ammonia N Ascorbic acid method: Automated 44. Orthophosphate (as P), mg/L Manual single reagent Manual two reagent Ion Chromatography

4500NO3F

X-00

4500NO2B

X-00

4500NO3F 4500NO3E 4110 B

X X X

X X X

X X X

X X X

X-00 X-00 X-00

40. Nitrite (as N), mg/L

41. Oil and greaseTotal recoverable, mg/L

5310 B 5310 C 5310 D 5310 B 5310 C 5310 D

X X X X X X

4500-P F 4500-P E

X X

X X

X X

X X

X-99 X-99

4110 B

X-00

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CIE/UV Digestion followed by any of the following: 45. OsmiumTotal, mg/L AA direct aspiration, AA furnace 46. Oxygen, dissolved, mg/L 46 A. Ozone Winkler (Azide modification) Electrode Indigo Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration 47. PalladiumTotal, mg/L AA furnace ICP/MS DCP Manual distillation (1) Followed by any of the following: Colorimetric (4AAP) manual, Automated colorimetric (4AAP) Gasliquid chromatography Persulfate digestion followed by any of the following: Manual Automated ascorbic acid reduction 4500-O3 B X X X X X-97

48. Phenols, mg/L

49. Phosphorus (elemental), mg/L

50. PhosphorusTotal, mg/L

ICP/AES , Semiautomated block digestor (TKP digestion) 51. PlatinumTotal, mg/L Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration

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AA furnace ICP/MS DCP Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration

52. PotassiumTotal, mg/L

ICP/AES ICP/MS Flame photometric Electrode Ion Chromatography

53. ResidueTotal, mg/L 54. Residuefilterable, mg/L 55. Residuenonfilterable (TSS), mg/L 56. Residuesettleable, mg/L 57. ResidueVolatile, mg/L

Gravimetric, 103105 Gravimetric, 180 Gravimetric, 103105 C post washing of residue Volumetric, (Imhoff cone), or gravimetric Gravimetric, 550 C Digestion followed by any of the following: 2540 C X X X

58. RhodiumTotal, mg/L

AA direct aspiration, or AA furnace ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following:

59. RutheniumTotal, mg/L

AA direct aspiration, or AA furnace ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following:

60. SeleniumTotal, mg/L

AA furnace STGFAA

3113 B

X-99, 04

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ICP/AES ICP/MS AA gaseous hydride 0.45 micron filtration followed by any of the following: Colorimetric, Manual Molybdosilicate Heteropoly Blue Method 61. SilicaDissolved, mg/L Automated (Molybdosilicate) Molybdosilicate Automated (Molybdosilicate) Heteropoly Blue Method ICP/AES ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace 62. SilverTotal, , mg/L STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration ICP/AES 63. SodiumTotal, mg/L ICP/MS DCP Flame photometric Ion Chromatography 3111 B X X X X-99 3120 B X X X 3111 B 3113 B X X X X X- 04 4500Si D 4500Si E 4500Si F 4500SiO2 C 4500SiO2 D 4500SiO2 E 3120 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X-97 X-97 X-97 X-99 3114 B X X X X-97

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64. Specific conductance, micromhos/cm at 25C

Wheatstone bridge Automated colorimetric Gravimetric

2510 B 4500-SO42- F 4500-SO42- C or D 4500-SO4 E 4110 B


2-

X X X X X

X X X X X

X X X X X

X-97

65. Sulfate (as SO4), mg/L

Turbidimetric Ion Chromatography CIE/UV Sample Pretreatment

66. Sulfide (as S), mg/L

Titrimetric (iodine) Colorimetric (methylene blue) Ion Selective Electrode Titrimetric (iodine-iodate) Colorimetric (methylene blue) Thermometric Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration 5540 C 2550 B X X X X X X X X-00

67. Sulfite (as SO3), mg/L 68. Surfactants, mg/L 69. Temperature, C

70. ThalliumTotal, mg/L

AA furnace STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration

3113 B

71. TinTotal, mg/L

AA furnace STGFAA ICP/AES ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following:

72. TitaniumTotal, mg/L

AA direct aspiration AA furnace

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DCP ICP/MS 73. Turbidity, NTU 73.5 Uranium Nephelometric ICP/MS Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace 74. VanadiumTotal, mg/L ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP, Colorimetric (Gallic Acid) Digestion followed by any of the following: AA direct aspiration AA furnace 75. Zinc Total, mg/L ICP/AES ICP/MS DCP, Colorimetric (Dithizone) (Zincon) ** 4500 ClO2 is not approved for compliance with 141.131(c) as other methods are superior 3120 B X X X 3111 B X X 2130 B 3125 X X X X X X-01

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SDWA List of Approved Pesticide Test Procedures and In Which Editions of Standard Methods They Can Be Found (As of 7/29/2012) Standard Methods Method Standard Methods 20th Edition Standard Methods 21st Edition Standard Methods Online Standard Methods 22nd Edition

Parameter

Method GC

1. Acenaphthene

GC/MS HPLC GC

2. Acenaphthylene

GC/MS HPLC GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS HPLC GC GC/MS GC/MS HPLC GC

3. Acrolein 4. Acrylonitrile

5. Anthracene

6. Benzene

7. Benzidine

8. Benzo(a)anthracene

GC/MS HPLC GC

9. Benzo(a)pyrene 10. Benzo(b)fluor-anthene

GC/MS HPLC GC

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GC/MS HPLC GC 11. Benzo(g,h,i) perylene GC/MS HPLC GC 12. Benzo(k) fluoranthene GC/MS HPLC 13. Benzyl chloride 14. Benzyl butyl phthalate 15. Bis(2-chloroethoxy) methane 16. Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether 17. Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 18. Bromodichloromethane 19. Bromoform 20. Bromomethane 21. 4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 22. Carbon tetrachloride 23. 4-Chloro-3-methyl phenol 24. Chlorobenzene GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC

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GC/MS 25. Chloroethane 26. 2-Chloroethylvinyl ether 27. Chloroform 28. Chloromethane 29. 2-Chloronaphthalene 30. 2-Chlorophenol 31. 4-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC 32. Chrysene GC/MS HPLC GC 33. Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene GC/MS HPLC 34. Dibromochloromethane 35. 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 36. 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 37. 1,4-Dichlorobenzene 38. 3,3-Dichlorobenzidine GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC/MS HPLC

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39. Dichlorodifluoromethane 40. 1,1-Dichloroethane 41. 1,2-Dichloroethane 42. 1,1-Dichloroethene 43. trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 44. 2,4-Dichlorophenol 45. 1,2-Dichloropropane 46. cis-1,3-Dichloropropene 47. trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 48. Diethyl phthalate 49. 2,4-Dimethylphenol 50. Dimethyl phthalate 51. Di-n-butyl phthalate 52. Di-n-octyl phthalate 53. 2,3-Dinitrophenol 54. 2,4-Dinitrotoluene

GC GC/MS (2) GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC

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GC/MS 55. 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 56. Epichlorohydrin 57. Ethylbenzene GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC 58. Fluoranthene GC/MS HPLC GC 59. Fluorene 60. 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- Heptachloro-dibenzofuran 61. 1,2,3,4,7,8,9-Heptachloro-dibenzofuran 62. 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- Heptachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 63. Hexachlorobenzene 64. Hexachloro-butadiene 65. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 66. 1,2,3,4,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 67. 1,2,3,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 68. 1,2,3,7,8,9- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 69. 2,3,4,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 70. 1,2,3,4,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 71. 1,2,3,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 72. 1,2,3,7,8,9- Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 73. Hexachloroethane GC/MS HPLC GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC GC/MS

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GC 74. Ideno(1,2,3-cd) pyrene GC/MS HPLC 75. Isophorone 76. Methylene chloride 77. 2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC 78. Naphthalene GC/MS HPLC GC 79. Nitrobenzene GC/MS HPLC 80. 2-Nitrophenol 81. 4-Nitrophenol 82. N-Nitroso-dimethylamine 83. N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 84. N-Nitroso-diphenylamine 85. Octachloro-dibenzofuran 86. Octachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 87. 2,2'-Oxybis(2-chloropropane) [also known as bis(2chloroisopropyl) ether] 88. PCB-1016 GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS

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89. PCB-1221 90. PCB-1232 91. PCB-1242 92. PCB-1248 93. PCB-1254 94. PCB-1260 95. 1,2,3,7,8- Pentachloro-dibenzofuran 96. 2,3,4,7,8- Pentachloro-dibenzofuran 97. 1,2,3,7,8,- Pentachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 98. Pentachlorophenol

GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS HPLC GC GC/MS GC GC/MS HPLC GC/MS GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS 6640 B X X-01

99. Phenanthrene

100. Phenol

101. Pyrene 102. 2,3,7,8- Tetra-chlorodibenzofuran 103. 2,3,7,8- Tetra-chlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 104. 1,1,2,2-Tetra-chloro ethane 105. Tetrachloroethene

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106. Toluene 107. 1,2,4-Trichloro-benzene 108. 1,1,1-Trichloro-ethane 109. 1,1,2-Trichloro-ethane 110. Trichloroethene 111. Trichlorofluoromethane 112. 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 113. Vinyl chloride

GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS

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SDWA List of Approved Pesticide Test Procedures and In Which Editions of Standard Methods They Can Be Found (As of 7/29/2012)

Parameter

Method

Standard Methods Method

Standard Methods 18th Edition

Standard Methods 19th Edition

Standard Methods 20th Edition

Standard Methods 21st Edition

Standard Methods Online

1. Aldrin 2. Ametryn 3. Aminocarb 4. Atraton 5. Atrazine

GC GC/MS GC GC/MS TLC HPLC GC GC HPLC/MS GC/MS GC GC MS TLC HPLC GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC

6. Azinphos methyl 7. Barban 8. BHC 9. BHC 10. BHC 11. BHC (Lindane) 12. Captan

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TLC 13. Carbaryl HPLC HPLC/MS GC/MS 14. Carbophenothion 14.5 Carbofuran 15. Chlordane 16. Chloropropham 17. 2,4D 18. 4,4'DDD 19. 4,4'DDE 20. 4,4'DDT 20.5 Dalapon 21. DemetonO 22. DemetonS 23. Diazinon 24. Dicamba 25. Dichlofenthion 26. Dichloran 27. Dicofol 28. Dieldrin GC HPLC GC GC/MS TLC HPLC GC HPLC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC GC GC GC/MS GC HPLC/MS GC GC GC GC GC/MS 6640 B X X-01 6640 B-01 X X-01 6610 B X X-04

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28.5 Dinoseb 29. Dioxathion 30. Disulfoton

GC GC GC GC/MS TLC HPLC HPLC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC/MS TLC HPLC HPLC/MS TLC HPLC HPLC GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC

6640 B

X-01

31. Diuron

32. Endosulfan I 33. Endosulfan II 34. Endosulfan Sulfate 35. Endrin 36. Endrin aldehyde 37. Ethion

38. Fenuron

39. Fenuron TCA 39.5 Glyphosate 40. Heptachlor 41. Heptachlor epoxide 42. Isodrin

6651 B

X-00

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GC 43. Linuron HPLC HPLC/MS GC/MS 44. Malathion GC GC/MS TLC 45. Methiocarb HPLC HPLC/MS 46. Methoxychlor 47. Mexacarbate 48. Mirex 49. Monuron 50. MonuronTCA GC GC/MS TLC HPLC GC TLC HPLC TLC HPLC TLC 51. Neburon 51.5 Oxamyl 52. Parathion methyl 53. Parathion ethyl 54. PCNB 55. Perthane 55.5 Picloram 56. Prometon HPLC HPLC/MS HPLC GC GC/MS GC GC/MS GC GC GC GC 6640 B X X-01 6610 B X X-05

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GC/MS 57. Prometryn 58. Propazine GC GC/MS GC GC/MS TLC 59. Propham HPLC HPLC/MS 60. Propoxur 61. Sec-bumeton TLC HPLC TLC GC TLC 62. Siduron HPLC HPLC/MS 63. Simazine 64. Strobane 65. Swep 66. 2,4,5T 67. 2,4,5TP (Silvex) 68. Terbuthylazine GC GC/MS GC TLC HPLC GC GC GC GC/MS GC GC/MS 70. Trifluralin GC GC/MS 6640 B X X-01

69. Toxaphene

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SDWA List of Approved Radiochemical Test Procedures and In Which Editions of Standard Methods They Can Be Found (As of 7/29/2012) Parameter and Units Standard Methods 13th Edition Standard Methods 17th Edition Standard Methods 18th Edition Standard Methods 19th Edition Standard Methods 20th Edition Standard Methods Online Standard Methods 21st Edition

Method

1.

Gross Alpha and Beta

302 or 7110 B Evaporation. 7110 C Proportional or scintillation counter 7120 Gamma Ray Spectroscopy

X-00

2.

Gross Alpha

X-00

X-97

3.

Gamma Emitters

7500-Cs B Radiochemical 7500-I B Radiochemical 304, 305 or 7500-Ra B or C Radon Emanation or Radiochemical 7500-Ra D Radiochemical 7500-Cs B Radiochemical 7120 Gamma Ray Spectroscopy

X-00

X-00

4.

Ra-226.

X-01

5.

Ra-228

X-01

6.

Cs

X-00

7.

Cs

X-00

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8.

7500-I B, C, D Radiochemical 7120 Gamma Ray Spectroscopy 303 or 7500-Sr B Radiochemical 306 or 7500-3H B Scintillation counter 7500-U B Radiochemical 7500-U C Fluorometric 7500-U C Alpha Spectroscopy 3125 ICP-MS X

X-00

9.

X-97

10.

Sr 89 and 90

X-01

11.

Tritium-3H

X-00

12.

Uranium

X-00

13.

Uranium

14.

Uranium

X-00

15. Uranium

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