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|qw 92.01||Distilled/Deionized Water for District Operations||Dec. 20, 1991|
|qw 92.02||Field Preparation of Containers for Aqueous Samples||Dec. 20, 1991|
|qw 92.06||Report of Committee on Sample Shipping Integrity and Cost||Mar. 20, 1992|
|qw 92.11||Return of Spent Mercury and Dichromate Ampoules to the National Water Quality Laboratory||July. 16, 1992|
|qw 94.09||Revision of New Division Protocol for Collecting and Processing Surface-Water Samples for Low-Level Inorganic Analyses||Jan. 28, 1994|
|qw 94.16||New Preservation Techniques for Nutrient Samples||Aug. 5, 1994|
|qw 95.02*||Establishment of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Laboratory for Determination of Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in Air and Water Samples||Dec. 29, 1994|
|qw 97.03||Protocols for Cleaning a Teflon Cone Splitter to Produce Contaminant-Free Subsamples for Subsequent Determinations of Trace Elements||Feb. 7, 1997|
|qw 97.06||Comparison of the Suspended-Sediment Splitting Capabilities of the Churn and Cone Splitters||May. 5, 1997|
|qw 99.04||Changes in Field Treatment Protocols and Bottle Types for Whole-Water Samples Collected for Total Ammonium Plus Organic Nitrogen and Total Phosphorus Determinations||Nov. 25, 1998|
National Water Quality Laboratory
|92.01||Technology Transfer--Availability of Equipment Blank Water for Inorganic and Organic Analysis||Mar. 25, 1992|
|92.04||Bottles for Tritium Analyses||Aug. 12, 1992|
|93.01||Identification of Low Levels of Sodium Contamination in Nitric Acid Samples||Oct. 5, 1992|
|93.09||Radon-Discontinuance of Duplicate Samples for Radon-In-Water||Aug. 24, 1993|
|95.04||Shipping Samples to the National Water Quality Laboratory||Dec. 2, 1994|
|95.05||Nitrogen Isotope Sample Preservation for Water Samples||March 8, 1995|
|96.05||Collection, Processing, and Analysis of Carbon Isotope Samples||April 5, 1996|
Use of Syringes to Add Volatile Organic
Compounds to Water Samples for Use as Matrix Spike Samples (97.015 is supplementary)
|Nov. 5, 1996|
|97.045||Collection, Processing, and Analysis of Ground-Water Samples for Tritium/Helium-3 Dating||April 7, 1997|
|97.05||Using the National Water Quality Laboratory for the Analysis of Drinking Water Samples||Feb. 28, 1997|
*95.02 Was prepard jointly by the Office of Water Quality and the Office of Ground Water.
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