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A Study on Developing the Draft of International Standard for the Determination of Perchlorate in Soil Using Ion Chromatography
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A Study on Developing the Draft of International Standard for the Determination of Perchlorate in Soil Using Ion Chromatography
Choi, Cheon-il; Lee, Goon-taek; Park, Min-ki; Jeong, Moon-ju; Kim, Ji-yang; Kang, Ji-young; Ryu, Ji-young;
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 Abstract
Based on the literature study for the determination of perchlorate in soil we chose the ion chromatography as a measurement method and decided to use 70 mM KOH as an eluent to avoid the interference derived from the co-elution of pyrophosphate (P2O74−), tripolyphosphate (P3O105−). Also we proposed to use air dried soil through 0.15 mm sieve and distilled water as an extractant. Under the these basic concepts, we carried out the experiments to set up the detail procedure like solid to liquid ratio (S/L ratio), extraction time, device for extraction and indicating factors for quality control (e.g. precision, accuracy, MDL, LOQ). In case of time and device for extraction, 5 hours of mechanical shaking or 1 hour of centrifugation showed better precision and accuracy than that of sonication for 1 hour According to these results, we proposed the extraction method combining 5 hours of mechanical shaking with 1 hour of centrifugation. From the aspect of S/L ratio, the ratio of 1/2 or 1/3 showed resonable precision and accuracy. In case of the ratio of 1/2, there would be some problems in the separation process when the proportion of fine particle is high. Therefore, we proposed the extraction ratio of solid to liquid as 1/3 instead of 1/2. With the consideration of cost effectiveness and soil salinity, we proposed the use of cartridge for removing the interfering anions like chloride, sulfate and carbonate in specific sample such as saline soil.
 Keywords
Perchlorate;Soil analysis;International standard;S/L ratio;
 Language
Korean
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