KEY COMPARISON: International comparison CCQM K23b: Natural gas type II

@article{Veen2010KEYCI,
  title={KEY COMPARISON: International comparison CCQM K23b: Natural gas type II},
  author={A. V. Veen and Hima Chander and P. Ziel and E. Leer and D. Smeulders and L. Besley and V. S. D. Cunha and Zei Zhou and H. Qiao and H. Heine and J. Tich{\'y} and T. Esteban and K. Kato and Z. Szil{\'a}gyi and J. Kim and Jin-Chun Woo and Hyun-Gil Bae and Alejandro P{\'e}rez Castorena and F. R. Murillo and Victor M. Serrano Caballero and Carlos Ram{\'i}rez Nambo and Manuel de Jes{\'u}s Avila Salas and A. Rakowska and F. Dias and L. Konopelko and T. Popova and V. V. Pankratov and M. A. Kovrizhnih and T. A. Kuzmina and O. V. Efremova and Y. A. Kustikov and S. Musil and M. Milton},
  journal={Metrologia},
  year={2010}
}
  • A. V. Veen, Hima Chander, +30 authors M. Milton
  • Published 2010
  • Environmental Science, Physics
  • Metrologia
  • At the highest metrological level, natural gas standards are commonly prepared gravimetrically as PSMs (Primary Standard Mixtures). This international key comparison is a repeat of CCQM-K1e-g. The mixtures concerned contain nitrogen, carbon dioxide and the alkanes up to butane. The only difference from CCQM-K1e-g is the addition of iso-butane to the list. The agreement of the results in this key comparison is very good. For all parameters, with a few exceptions, the results agree within 0.5… CONTINUE READING
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