By T.R. Crompton
This practice-oriented guidebook collects approximately all tools released due to the fact that 1975 at the chemical research of seawaters. exact descriptions of either classical and so much complicated physico-chemical and chemical concepts together with forty five tables and forty eight figures make this quantity a useful resource for analysts, oceanographers, fisheries specialists, politicians and choice makers engaged in seawater environmental safety. The tools are offered in a logical demeanour in order that the reader can comfortably learn how to practice them.
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The clean laboratory for trace metals was divided into three areas: entrance laboratory (with clothes changing annex), instrument laboratory, and ultraclean sample preparation laboratory, all under positive pressure with active charcoal ﬁltered air. Personnel using the clean rooms were required to wear hair caps, polyethylene gloves, laboratory coats, and designated shoes. These items are worn only in the clean rooms. Mercury was determined after suitable digestion by the cold vapour atomic absorption method .
Samples stored in conventional polyethylene containers (properly cleaned and conditioned with preﬁltered seawater) at 4 ◦ C and natural pH remain uncontaminated for three months (ﬁve months for cadmium); losses of lead and copper occur after ﬁve months storage. 0 µg/l, for cadmium, lead, and copper, respectively. The ﬁrst aim of this work was to study the inﬂuence of an unwashed membrane ﬁlter on the cadmium, lead, and copper concentrations of ﬁltered seawater samples. It was also desirable to ascertain whether, after passage of a reasonable quantity of water, the ﬁlter itself could be assumed to be clean so that subsequent portions of ﬁltrate would be uncontaminated.
Sub-boiling distillation of deep seawater might be an efﬁcient starting point for the production of carbon-free blanks. While at least partial solutions have been found to most of the problems of contamination, these solutions have largely been adopted piecemeal by the various laboratories engaged in research on organic materials in seawater. The reasons for the adoption of half-way measures are largely historical. The study of organic materials in seawater is relatively new, and the realisation that draconian measures are needed in the analysis is now becoming accepted.