Improvement of the BCR three step sequential extraction procedure prior to the certification of new sediment and soil reference materials.

@article{Rauret1999ImprovementOT,
  title={Improvement of the BCR three step sequential extraction procedure prior to the certification of new sediment and soil reference materials.},
  author={Gemma Rauret and Jos{\'e} Ferm{\'i}n L{\'o}pez-S{\'a}nchez and Angels Sahuquillo and Roser Rubio and Colin Davidson and Alexander Ure and Philippe Quevauviller},
  journal={Journal of environmental monitoring : JEM},
  year={1999},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={
          57-61
        }
}
The Standards, Measurements and Testing Programme (formerly BCR) of the European Commission proposed a three-step sequential extraction procedure for sediment analysis, following extensive expert consultations and two interlaboratory studies. This scheme was recently used to certify the extractable trace element contents of a sediment reference material (CRM 601). Although this procedure offers a means to ensure the comparability of data in this field, some difficulties concerning the… CONTINUE READING
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