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Trace & Ultra Trace Element Analysis



Standard Laboratories provides Trace Element Analysis for a wide range of trace metals in Coal, Coke, Water, Soil and Ash. Through the years these methods have been revised and, eventually, replaced with better methods utilizing instruments as the science of Trace Elements determinations evolved. SL provides analysis and reporting on:
  • Trace Element Detection
  • Trace Element Identification
  • Trace Element Quantification
  • Various Other Trace Element Measurements
To provide our customers with the most accurate methods and Lowest Quantifiable Limits for Trace Elements, SL has continued to acquire state-of-the-art instrumentation to make us the leader in the industry in determination of Trace Elements.

The instruments include:
  • Inductively Coupled Plasma – Atomic Emission Spectrophotometer
  • Inductively Coupled Plasma - Optical Emission Spectrophotometer
  • Inductively Coupled Plasma – Mass Spectrophotometer
  • Oxidative Hydrolysis Microcoulometer
  • Ion Chromatography System
  • Flow Injection Mercury System (FIMS)
  • AMA 254 Direct combustion Mercury Analyzer
  • Hydra AF Gold Plus Mercury Analyzer
SL can design the fuel analysis compliance program and provide complete turnkey sampling and analysis services. With the equipment listed above, SL will provide fast and accurate analysis at the lowest quantifiable limits (LQL) possible. Specific LQL include:
  • Chlorine: 5 µg/g
  • Arsenic: < 0.1 µg/g
  • Beryllium: < 0.1 µg/g
  • Cadmium: < 0.01 µg/g
  • Chromium: < 1 µg/g
  • Lead: < 0.2 µg/g
  • Manganese: < 1 µg/g
  • Nickel: < 1 µg/g
  • Selenium: < 0.2 µg/g
  • Mercury: < 0.005 µg/g
For Ultra Trace Detection of Mercury, SL can provide all aspects of the fluorescence-based measurement for U.S. EPA Methods 1631 and 245.7. Our system combines the analytical capabilities of an advanced cold vapor atomic fluorescence analyzer with the ability to selectively pre-concentrate Hg using amalgamation to enhance detection limits with an unparalleled working range: 0.5 ppt to 100 ppt.



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