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Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater / ed. Eugene W. Rice... [et al.]

Secondary Author: Rice, Eugene W. Edition: 22ª ed. Publication: Washington : American Public Health Association, 2012 Description: pag. variada : il.ISBN: 978-0-87553-013-0Topical name: Qualidade da água | Águas residuais CDU: 628
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Índice
Part 1000- INTRODUCTION
1010 INTRODUCTION, p. 1-1
1020 QUALITY ASSURANCE, p. 1-6
1030 DATA QUALITY, p. 1-16
1040 METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION, p. 1-24
1050 EXPRESSION OF RESULTS, p. 1-27
1060 COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION OF SAMPLES, p. 1-37
1080 REAGENT WATER, p. 1-46
1090 LABORATORY OCCUPATIONAI. HEALTH AND SAFETY, p. 1-49
1100 WASTE MINIMIZATION AND DISPOSAL, p. 1-66
Part 2000 - PHYSICAL AND AGGREGATE PROPERTIES
2010 INTRODUCTION , p. 2-1
2020 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL, p. 2-1
2110 APPEARANCE, p. 2-5
2120 COLOR, p. 2-5
2130 TURBIDITY, p. 2-12
2150 ODOR, p. 2-15
2160 TASTE, p. 2-19
2170 FLAVOR PROHLE ANALYSIS, p. 2-23
2310 ACIDITY, p. 2-31
2320 ALKALINITY, p. 2-34
2330 CALCIUM CARBONATE SATURATION, p. 2-37
2340 HARDNESS, p. 2-44
2350 OXIDANT DEMAND/REQUIREMENT, p. 2-47
2510 CONDUCTIVITY, p. 2-52
2520 SALINITY, p. 2-55
2530 FLOATABLES, p. 2-58
2540 SOLIDS, p. 2-62
2550 TEMPERATURE, p. 2-69
2560 PARTICLE COUNTING AND SIZE DISTRIBUTION, p. 2-70
2570 ASBESTOS, p. 2-78
2580 OXIDATION-REDUCTION POTENTIAL (ORP), p. 2-84
2710 TESTS ON SLUDGES, p. 2-88
2720 ANAEROBIC SLUDGE DIGESTER GAS
ANALYSIS, p. 2-95
2810 DISSOLVED GAS SUPERSATURATION, p. 2-100
Part 3000 METALS
3010 INTRODUCTION, p. 3-1
3020 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL, p. 3-3
3030 PRELIMINARY TREATMENT OF SAMPLES, p. 3-6
3110 METALS BY ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY, p. 3-14
3111 METALS BY FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION
SPECTROMETRY, p. 3-14
3112 METALS BY COLD-VAPOR ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY, p. 3-23
3113 METALS BY ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY, p. 3-25
3114 ARSENIC AND SELENIUM BY HYDRIDE GENERATION/ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY, p. 3-34
3120 METALS BY PLASMA EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY, p. 3-40
3125 METALS BY INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRY, p. 3-46
3130 METALS BY ANODIC STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY, p. 3-57
3500-A1 ALUMINUM, p. 3-61
3500-As ARSENIC, p. 3-64
3500-Ca CALCIUM, p. 3-67
3500-Cr CHROMIUM, p. 3-68
3500-Cu COPPER, p. 3-73
3500-Fe IRON, p.3-76
3500-Pb LEAD, p. 3-80
3500-Li LITHIUM, p. 3-82
3500-Mg MAGNESIUM, p. 3-84
3500-Mn MANGANESE, p. 3-85
3500-K POTASSIUM, p. 3-87
3500-Se SELENIUM, p. 3-89
3500-Na SODIUM, p. 3-96
3500-Sr STRONTIUM, p. 3-98
3500-V VANADIUM, p. 3-100
3500-Zn ZINC, p. 3-102
•3500 OTHER METALS, p. 3-104
3500-Sb Antimony, p. 3-104
3500-Ba Barium, p. 3-104
3500-Be Beryllium, p. 3-104
3500-Bi Bismuth, p. 3-105
3500-B Boron, p. 3-105
3500-Cd Cadmium, p. 3-105
3500-Cs Cesium, p. 3-105
3500-Co Cobalt, p. 3-106
3500-Ga Gallium, p. 3-106
3500-Ge Germanium, p. 3-106
3500-Au Gold, p. 3-107
3500-In Indium, p. 3-107
3500-lr Iridium, p. 3-107
3500-Hg Mercury, p. 3-107
3500-Mo Molybdenum, p. 3-108
3500-Ni Nickel, p. 3-108
3500-Os Osmium, p. 3-108
3500-Pd Palladium, p. 3-109
3500-Pt Platinum, p. 3-109
3500-Re Rhenium, p.109
3500-Rh Rhodium, p. 3-109
3500-Ru Ruthenium, p. 3-110
3500-Ag Silver, p. 3-110
3500-Te Tellurium, p. 3-110
3500-Tl Thallium, p. 3-111
3500-Th Thorium, p. 3-111
3500-Sn Tin, p. 3-111
3500-Ti Titanium, p. 3-111
3500-U Uranium, p. 3-112
Part 4000 INORGANIC NONMETALLIC CONSTITUENTS
4010 INTRODUCTION, p. 4-1
4020 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL, p. 4-1
4110 DETERMINATION OF ANIONS BY ION CHROMATOGRAPHY, p. 4-5
4120 SEGMENTED CONTINUOUS FLOW ANALYSIS, p. 4-13
4130 INORGANIC NONMETALS BY FLOW INJECTION ANALYSIS, p. 4-15
4140 INORGANIC ANIONS BY CAPILLARY ION ELECTROPHORESIS, p. 4-16
4500-B BORON, p. 4-25
4500-Br BROMIDE, p. 4-28
4500-CO2 CARBON DIOXIDE, p. 4-30
4500-CN CYANIDE, p. 4-37
4500-CI CHLORINE (RESIDUAL), p. 4-58
4500-CI-CHLORIDE, p. 4-72
4500-ClO2 CHLORINE DIOXIDE, p. 4-79
4500-F FLUORIDE, p. 4-83
4500-H+ pH VALUE, p. 4-91
4500-I IODINE, p. 4-96
4500-I IODIDE, p. 4-99
4500-IO3 IODATE, p. 4-103
4500-N NITROGEN, p. 4-104
4500-NH3 NITROGEN (AMMONIA), p. 4-110
4500-N02 NlTROGEN(NlTRITE p. 4-120
4500-NO3 NlTROGEN (NlTRATE) 4-122
4500-Norg NITROGEN (ORGANIC), p. 4-131
4500-O OXYGEN (DlSSOLVED), p. 4-137
4500-O3 OZONE (RESIDUAL), p. 4-145
4500-P PHOSPHORUS, p. 4-148
4500-KMnO4 POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE, p. 4-164
4500-SiO2 SÍLICA, p. 4-165
4500-S2 SULFIDE, p. 4-172
4500-SO32 SULFITE, p. 4-185
4500-SO42 SULFATE, p. 4-188
Part 5000 AGGREGATE ORGANIC CONSTITUENTS
5010 INTRODUCTION, p. 5-1
5020 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL, p. 5-1
5210 BlOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND (BOD), p. 5-4
5220 CHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND (COD), p. 5-16
5310 TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON (TOC) , p. 5-21
5320 DISSOLVED ORGANIC HALOGEN, p. 5-29
5510 AQUATIC HUMIC SUBSTANCES, p. 5-35
5520 OIL AND GREASE, p. 5-38
5530 PHENOLS, p. 5-46
5540 SURFACTANTS, p. 5-50
5550 TANNIN AND LIGNIN, p. 5-58
5560 ORGANIC AND VOLATILE ACIDS, p. 5-59
5710 FORMATION OF TRIHALOMETHANES AND OTHER DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS, p. 5-64
5910 UV -ABSORBING ORGANIC CONSTTTUENTS, p. 5- 74
PART 6000 INDIVIDUAL ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
6010 INTRODUCTION, p. 6-1
6020 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL, p. 6-6
6040 CONSTITUENT CONCENTRATION BY GAS EXTRACTION, p. 6-11
6200 VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, p. 6-30
6211 METHANE, p. 6-43
6231 1,2-DlBROMOETHANE (EDB) AND 1,2-DlBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE (DBCP), p. 6-45
6232 TRIHALOMETHANES AND CHLORINATED ORGANIC SOLVENTS, p. 6-48
6251 DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS: HALOACETIC ACIDS AND TRICHLOROPHENOL, p. 6-55
6252 DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS: ALDEHYDES (PROPOSED), p. 6-65
6410 EXTRACTABLE BASE/NEUTRALS AND ACIDS, p. 6-73
6420 PHENOLS, p. 6-87
6431 POLVCHLORINATED BlPHENYLS (PCBs), p. 6-93
6440 POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS, p. 6-93
6450 NITROSAMINES, p. 6- 99
6610 CARBAMATE PESTICIDES, p. 6-112
6630 ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES, p. 6-121
6640 ACIDIC HERBICIDE COMPOUNDS, p. 6-135
6651 GLYPHOSATE HERBICIDE, p. 6-146
6710 TRIBUTYL TIN, p. 6-149

7000 RADIOACTIVITY
7010 INTRODUCTION , p. 7-1
7020 QUALITY SYSTEM, p. 7-3
7030 COUNTING INSTRUMENTS, p. 7-12
7040 FACILITIES, p. 7-18
7110 GROSS ALPHA AND GROSS BETA RADIOACTIVITY (TOTAL, SUSPENDED AND DISSOLVED) , p. 7-20
7120 GAMMA-EMITTING RADIONUCLIDES, p. 7-25
7500-Cs RADIOACTIVE CESIUM, p. 7-29
7500-I RADIOACTIVE IODINE, p. 7-30
7500-Ra RADIUM, p. 7-34
7500-Rn RADON, p. 7-49
7500-Sr TOTAL RADIOACTIVE STRONTIUM AND STRONTIUM-90, p. 7-52
7500-3H TRITIUM, p. 7-56
7500-U URANIUM, p. 7-58
Part 8000 TOXICITY
8010 INTRODUCTION, p. 8-1
8020 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL IN LABORATORY TOXICITY TESTS, p. 8-26
8030 MUTAGENESIS , p. 8-30
8050 BACTERIAL BIOLUMINESCENCE, p. 8-38
8070 P450 REPORTER GENE RESPONSE TO DIOXIN-LiKE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, p. 8-41
8071 COMET/SINGLE-CELL GEL ELECTROPHORESIS ASSAY FOR DETECTION OF DNA DAMAGE, p. 8-43
8080 SEDIMENT POREWATER TESTING, p. 8-47
8110 ALGAE, p. 8-52
8111 BIOSTIMULATION (ALGAL PRODUCTIVITY), p. 8-52
8112 PHYTOPLANKTON, p. 8-58
8113 MARINE MACROALGAE, p. 8-59
8200 AQUATIC FLOWERING PLANTS, p. 8-64
8211 DUCKWEED, p. 8-65
8220 AQUATIC EMERGENT PLANTS, p. 8-69
8310 CILIATED PROTOZOA , p. 8-73
8420 ROTIFERS, p. 8-79
8510 ANNELIDS, p. 8-83
8610 MOLLUSKS, p. 8-96
8710 ARTHROPODS, p. 8-105
8711 DAPHNIA, p. 8-105
8712 CERIODAPHNIA, p. 8-110
8714 MYSIDS, p. 8-115
8740 DECAPODS, p. 8-125
8750 AQUATIC INSECTS, p. 8-136
8810 ECHINODERM FERTILIZATION AND
DEVELOPMENT, p. 8-141
8910 FISH, p. 8-150
8921 FATHEAD MINNOW, p. 8-161
8930 AMPHIBIANS (PROPOSED), p. 8-170
Part 9000 MICROBIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION
9010 INTRODUCTION, p. 9-1
9020 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL, p. 9-2
9030 LABORATORY APPARATUS, p. 9-26
9040 WASHING AND STERILIZATION, p. 9-30
9050 PREPARATION OF CULTURE MEDIA, p. 9-31
9060 SAMPLES, p. 9-33
9211 RAPID DETECTION METHODS, p. 9-36
9212 STRESSED MICROORGANISMS, p. 9-39
9213 RECREATIONAL WATERS, p. 9-42
9215 HETEROTROPHIC PLATE COUNT, p. 9-49
9216 DIRECT TOTAL MICROBIAL COUNT, p. 9-57
9217 ASSIMILABLE ORGANIC CARBON, p. 9-59
9218 AEROBIC ENDOSPORES, p. 9-61
9221 MULTIPLE-TUBE FERMENTATION TECHNIQUE
FOR MEMBERS OF THE COLIFORM GROUP, p. 9-65
9222 MEMBRANE FILTER TECHNIQUE FOR MEMBERS OF THE COLIFORM GROUP, p. 9-77
9223 ENZYME SUBSTRATE COLIFORM TEST, p. 9-93
9224 DETECTION OF COLIPHAGES, p. 9-95
9225 DIFFERENTIATION OF COLIFORM BACTERIA, p. 9-103
9230 FECAL ENTEROCOCCUS/STREPTOCOCCUS
GROUPS, p. 9-110
9240 IRON AND SULFUR BACTERIA , p. 9-116
9245 NITRIFYING BACTERIA, p. 9-135
9250 DETECTION OF ACTINOMYCETES, p. 9-138
9260 DETECTION OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA, p. 9-142
9510 DETECTION OF ENTERIC VIRUSES, p. 9-184
9610 DETECTION OF FUNGI, p. 9-201
9711 PATHOGENIC PROTOZOA, p. 9-210
Part 10000 BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION
10010 INTRODUCTION, p. 10-1
10200 PLANKTON, p. 10-2
10300 PERIPHYTON, p. 10-36
10400 MACROPHYTES, p. 10-52
10500 BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES, p. 10-67
10600 FISHES, p. 10-84
10700 BENTHIC MEIOFAUNA, p. 10-101
10750 NEMATOLOGICAL EXAMINATION, p. 10-102
10900 IDENTIFICATION OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS, p. 10-122

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