AGDB measured parameter: Se_ppm_ES_Q

Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by quantitative direct-current arc emission spectrography

Reference for the analytical method

Author Baedecker, Philip A., editor
Year 1987
Title Methods for geochemical analysis
Series Bulletin
Issue 1770
Pages 1 v.: ill.; 28 cm
URL http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/b1770
Notes Includes bibliographies. Analytical methods used in the Geologic Division laboratories of the U.S. Geological Survey for the inorganic chemical analysis of rock and mineral samples.
Organization USGS-BAL

Other parameters measuring Se

Parameter Description
Se_ppm_AA_HG_Acid Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by hydride generation-atomic absorption spectrophotometry after multi-acid digestion without HF
Se_ppm_AA_HG_HF Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by hydride generation-atomic absorption spectrophotometry after multi-acid digestion with HF
Se_ppm_AES_Acid_P Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy after unknown partial digestion/leach
Se_ppm_EDX Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy
Se_ppm_ES_Q Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by quantitative direct-current arc emission spectrography
Se_ppm_ES_SQ Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by semi-quantitative visual 6-step or direct reader direct-current arc emission spectrography
Se_ppm_FL_HNO3 Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by fluorometry and HNO3(?) digestion
Se_ppm_MS_AR_P Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectroscopy after partial digestion with aqua regia
Se_ppm_MS_HF Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectroscopy after HF-HCl-HNO3-HClO4 digestion
Se_ppm_NA Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by neutron activation
Se_ppm_WDX_Fuse Selenium, in parts per million by weight, by wavelength-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy after LiBO2 or LiBO2-Li2B4O7 fusion