Superfund Analytical Services / Contract Laboratory Program (CLP)
Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration Inorganics Analysis, ISM02.1
- CBC01.2 - Chlorinated Biphenyl Congeners
- DLM02.2 - Dioxins and Furans
- HRSM01.X - DRAFT CBCs, CDFs, and OCDDs
- ISM01.3 - Inorganics (Metals and Cyanide)
- ISM02.1 - Inorganics (Metals and Cyanide)
- SAV01.X - DRAFT Volatile Organics in Air
- SOM01.2 - Organics
- SOM02.1 - Organics
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This page contains information about the Inorganic Superfund Methods (ISM02.1) Statement of Work (SOW).
ISM02.1 defines the analytical methods for the isolation, detection, and quantitative measurement of 23 metals and cyanide in aqueous/water and soil/sediment samples, and total metals analysis in wipes. The SOW also includes Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) and Synthetic Precipitation Leaching Procedure (SPLP) leachate extraction procedures. Analyses are performed using Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-AES), Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS), Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA), and colorimetric techniques.
ISM02.1 in PDF Format
ISM02.1 Exhibits A-C (PDF) (104 pp, 732K) - Summary of Requirements; Reporting and Deliverables Requirements; and Target Analyte List with Contract Required Quantitation Limits
ISM02.1 Exhibit D, Parts A-E (PDF) (142 pp, 651K) - Analytical Methods
ISM02.1 Exhibits E-H (PDF) (180 pp, 1.3 MB) - Quality Assurance Monitoring Plan; Chain of Custody, Document Control and Written Standard Operating Procedures; Glossary of Terms; and Format for Electronic Data Deliverables
Additional ISM02.1 Documents
Summary of Changes: ISM01.3 to ISM02.0 (2 pp, 75K) - This document highlights the major modifications implemented in the ISM02.1 SOW.
Summary of Changes: ISM02.0 to ISM02.1 (3 pp, 82K)
Equations Utilized in Conjunction with ISM02.1 (21 pp, 158K) - This document provides details of equations used in ISM02.0 utilizing values reported in the Staged Electronic Data Deliverable (SEDD).
SEDD DTD (36K)
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