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Standard methods for tin speciation analysis
Standard methods for tin speciation analysis have been developed, validated and approved by standardization bodies for special application fields.
Existing standard methods for tin speciation analysis
Organic tin compounds in marine animal tissues
Organotin compounds in air
Tetraethyltin in air
Determination of organotin chloride in marine and fresh waters
liquid-solid extraction and GC/ECD
US EPA 282.3
Determination of organotins
microliquid chromatography-electrospray ion trap mass spectrometry
US EPA 8323
NB!: Click on the reference number to reach the method via EVISA's Link Database
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