Phenols in Soils by HPLC

SOP: 2920

UKAS accredited; MCERTS accredited

The method includes resorcinol, phenol, methylphenols, dimethylphenols, 1-naphthol and trimethylphenols.

Chlorophenols are not detected by this method.

Methodology – Extraction of an as received soil sample into a 60:40 methanol/water mixture, followed by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) determination using electrochemical detection.

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A number of different publications and standards cite sulphate methods. BR279 (1995) has largely been superseded by analytical procedures as detailed in TRL 447 and BRE Special Digest:1 2005 3rd Edition. In addition further reference may be made to BS EN 144-1:2009 + A1:2012 for the testing of aggregates and BS 1377:2018 for soils for civil engineering purposes.

Testing to meet the requirements of UKWIR Report Ref. No. 10/WM/03/21 Guidance for the selection of water supply pipes to be used in brownfield sites.

Testing & reporting is undertaken in accordance with BS 3882:2015 Specification for topsoil and BS 8601:2013 Specification for subsoil and requirements for use

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