EPA Method 9012B

ALS - Columbia offers EPA Method 9012B testing at these laboratories:

Rochester Rochester, New York Laboratory

ALS - Columbia offers the following EPA Method 9012 variations:

EPA Method 9012A testing is available at the Jacksonville Laboratory.
EPA Method 9012A testing is available at the Kelso Laboratory.
EPA Method 9012A testing is available at the Rochester Laboratory.

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EPA Method 9012B:

The cyanide, as hydrocyanic acid (HCN), is released from samples containing cyanide by means of a reflux-distillation operation under acidic conditions and absorbed in a scrubber containing sodium hydroxide solution. The cyanide ion in the absorbing solution is then determined by automated UV colorimetry.

This method is used to determine the concentration of inorganic cyanide (CAS Registry Number 57-12-5) in wastes or leachate. This method detects inorganic cyanides that are present as either soluble salts or complexes. It is used to determine values for both total cyanide and cyanide amenable to chlorination. The "reactive" cyanide content of a waste is not determined by this method.

Report Number:
SW-846 Ch 5

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Examples:  8260

Examples:  Dioxin
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