EPA Method 3A


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EPA Method 3A:
DETERMINATION OF OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATIONS IN EMISSIONS FROM STATIONARY SOURCES (INSTRUMENTAL ANALYZER PROCEDURE)

Summary:
In this method, you continuously or intermittently sample the effluent gas and convey the sample to an analyzer that measures the concentration of O2 or CO2. You must meet the performance requirements of this method to validate your data.

Scope:
This method measures the concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Analyte CAS No. Sensitivity Oxygen (O2) 7782-44-7 Typically <2% of Calibration Span Carbon dioxide (CO2) 124-38-9 Typically <2% of Calibration Span

Date Issued:
5/6/1989

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Examples:  8260
TO-15

Examples:  Dioxin
Mercury
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