Accession Number : ADA290037
Title : Analysis of Denver Water Samples, Technical Progress Report Number M-9-81.
Corporate Author : SHELL CHEMICAL CO DENVER CO
Personal Author(s) : Silveira, E.
PDF Url : ADA290037
Report Date : APR 1981
Pagination or Media Count : 62
Abstract : Methodology and results of the analysis of 102 DenverGround Water Samples for various target compounds are presented. The objective of the Denver Soil and Ground Water Project is to prevent further environmental contamination, control/contain existing contamination, and undertake mitigative effort as deemed necessary. As part of the problem definition phase of this project a large number of Denver Water Samples were collected and analyzed at specific, target compounds known or suspected to be present in the water samples. GS/NS was the method of choice for this work, the overall methodology being similar to that employed for priority pollutant analysis of water, also desired was identification and semiquantification of any other significant compounds. In addition, PH, conductance, chloride ion, sulfate ion, and ionic copper were determined. BKA
Descriptors : *GROUND WATER, *INSTALLATION RESTORATION, *ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, DATA PROCESSING, IONS, METHODOLOGY, CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION, ARMY FACILITIES, COPPER COMPOUNDS, SAMPLING, CHLORIDES, EXTRACTION, ROCKY MOUNTAINS, SULFATES, EFFLUENTS, POLLUTION ABATEMENT, WATER QUALITY, SOIL CLASSIFICATION, CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, PH FACTOR, RUNOFF, CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS, COLORADO, WATER WELLS, WELL LOGGING, CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS, FILTRATION, PUMPING.
Subject Categories : Organic Chemistry
Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Water Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE