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  • presents the results of an applicability test for XRF and lead contamination. Ft. Lewis DMA Memo lead (1.18MB) Remedial Action Rockwool Industries, Inc. Superfund Site Belton, Texas Demonstration of
  • XRF), Ross Metals Site, Rossville, TN (EPA Lead) Although no quantitative estimates of cost or time savings have been developed by the project team, there is general concurrence among the stakeholders
  • Use of Field Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (FP-XRF) and the Triad Approach To Investigate the Extent of Lead Contamination at a Small Arms Training Range, Fort Lewis, WA Application of an adaptive sampling
  • X-Ray Diffraction X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Site State California Colorado Connecticut Florida Hawaii Illinois Iowa Maine Michigan Missouri New Jersey New York North Carolina Pennsylvania
  • XRF and immunoassay kits for a variety of analytes) have been included in SW-846 for years. Two important points must be kept in mind. First, just because a particular method is contained in SW-846 does
  • there are a number of real-time techniques such as XRF and immunoassay test kits that are included as well. A complete listing of SW-846 technologies can be found at The
  • analytical methods include X-ray Fluorescence (XRF), portable gas chromatograph and mass spectroscopy (GC-MS) technologies, and immunoassay test kits. Example analysis/decision support tools include database
  • testing the XRF data collection process on in situ soils), or to systems (e.g., pushing dummy data sets through the information flow process with associated handling, QA/QC, analysis, and decision-making
  • Comparing Field Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) To Laboratory Analysis Of Heavy Metals In Soil (Report) Shefsky, S., NITON Corporation, Quality assurance protocols for using XRF in the field usually
  • An example would be using an XRF at a site with beryllium and lead commingled, with beryllium being the primary risk driver. While an XRF would not be effective for beryllium, it could be for lead. In

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