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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of cobalt speciation:
- cobalt species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different cobalt species
- distribution and fate of cobalt species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of cobalt species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of Co
- Standards, rules and legislation related to cobalt

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Chemical Analysis

GESTIS Analytical methods: Cobalt and cobalt compounds (as Co)
This database contains validated lists of methods from various EU member states described as suitable for the analysis of chemical agents at workplaces. The priority of substances covered here was de...

HSE: MDHS 99 Metals in air by ICP-AES
Scope1. This MDHS describes a method for measuring exposure to a range of metal and metalloid elements in workplace air using inductively coupled plasma-atomicemission spectrometry (ICP-AES). The meth...

HSE: MDHS30/2 Cobalt and cobalt compounds in air Laboratory
Laboratory method using flame atomic absorption spectrometryNote 1: This method updates and replaces MDHS 30.1The principal changes which have been made are (i) to modify the dissolution technique to ...

OSHA Method 1006: Arsenic, Cadmium, Cobalt, Copper, Lead, and Nickel
This method describes the collection and subsequent analysis of airborne metal and metalloid particulates by ICP-MS. It provides rapid preparation of samples collected on MCE filters, and simulta...

OSHA Method ID-121: Metal & Metalloid Particulates In Workplace Atmospheres (Atomic Absorption)
1. Introduction This method can determine the amount of specific metal and metalloid particulates in the workplace atmosphere. The airborne particulates are collected on filters using calibrated s...

OSHA Method ID-125G: METAL AND METALLOID PARTICULATES
This method describes the collection and subsequent analysis of airborne metal and metalloid particulate by Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICAP-AES). 1.1.2 This method ...

OSHA Method ID-213: Tungsten and Cobalt in Workplace Atmospheres (ICP Analysis)
This method describes the sample collection and analysis of airborne tungsten (W) and cobalt (Co). Most industrial exposures to W also involve exposures to Co (5.1). Tungsten carbide (WC or W2C) ma...

US FDA: Elemental Analysis Manual (EAM) for Food and Related Products
The U. S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) responsibility for maintaining a safe food supply is met in part by monitoring for toxic and nutritional elements in food and related products. FD...



Information

ATSDR: ToxFAQs for Cobalt
CAS#  7440-48-4  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This fact sheet answers the most frequently asked health questions about cobalt. For more information,...

ATSDR: Toxicological Profile for Cobalt
The ATSDR toxicological profile succinctly characterizes the toxicologic and adverse health effects information for the hazardous substance described here. Ea...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Cobalt and compounds
Cobalt is a metal that occurs naturally in many different forms. Small amounts of it are found in most rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals. Cobalt is a component of vitamin B-12, which is requir...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Cobalt and compounds
Cobalt is a metal that occurs naturally in many different forms. Small amounts of it are found in most rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals. Cobalt is a component of vitamin B-12, which is requir...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Cobalt and compounds
Cobalt is a metal that occurs naturally in many different forms. Small amounts of it are found in most rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals. Cobalt is a component of vitamin B-12, which is requir...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Cobalt and compounds
Cobalt is a metal that occurs naturally in many different forms. Small amounts of it are found in most rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals. Cobalt is a component of vitamin B-12, which is requir...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Cobalt and compounds
Cobalt is a metal that occurs naturally in many different forms. Small amounts of it are found in most rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals. Cobalt is a component of vitamin B-12, which is requir...



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