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The preparation procedures for floodplain sediment and soil samples are presented in Figures 14 and 15, respectively. 063 mm sieve Packing sample PE bottle Packing sample PE bottle Sending to Lab II for XRF analysis Sending to Lab V for ICP-MS analysis Packing sample PE bottle stored in Lab I Fig. 13. Screening standard operating procedure for stream sediment samples. 063 mm sieve Packing sample 100 ml PE bottle Packing sample 100 ml PE bottle Sending to Lab II for XRF analysis Sending to Lab V for ICP-MS analysis Fig.
Keep the negatives and one set of photographs in your institute. LAB I will send back to collaborating countries a smaller amount of prepared sampling material from each sample type. All stream sediment samples and unfiltered/ unacidified water samples should be sent to LAB II. The filtered, acidified water samples should be 32 sent to LAB III. Water samples for Hg analyses should be sent to LAB VI. Humus samples should be sent to LAB IV. 6. 2 Sample preparation equipment and methods The sample preparation undertaken by LAB I will be carried out using the equipment listed below and following the procedures illustrated by the flow sheets Figs.
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