VOC testing comparison: EPA method 24 versus the cal poly pomona method

@article{Fobar1998VOCTC,
  title={VOC testing comparison: EPA method 24 versus the cal poly pomona method},
  author={C. Michael Fobar and V. C. “Bud” Jenkins and Charles N. Millner},
  journal={Journal of Coatings Technology},
  year={1998},
  volume={70},
  pages={49-53}
}
A new method for water determination of latex paints that gives reliable and precise results is presented. This method agrees with the results obtained using the traditional Karl Fischer titrations of EPA Method 24; therefore eliminating the need for Karl Fischer titrations. Equipment needs are minimal and the procedure is performed quickly and conveniently. Hopefully, in the future EPA Method 24 will not be the only method accepted by regulatory agencies. Until that time, however, this new… 
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