Mercury determination in natural, surface, sea, drinking, bottled, mineral, and waste water by cvaas
Mercury determination in natural, drinking, and waste waters is one of the most popular analyses used for environment pollution and sanitary control. Background concentrations of mercury in natural water are within several ng/l. Maximum national permissible levels for mercury in water lie in the range of 0.16–6 µg/l. For example, the following limits for mercury in drinking water are set, µg/l:
0.5 – Japan, Russia;
1 – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, EC;
2 – US EPA, US FDA;
6 – WHO.
By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
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