108.3 - Sulfur, Mercury, and Chlorine in Fuels (liquid and solid forms)

These materials are intended for analysis of sulfur, mercury, and chlorine in fossil fuels. For further information see:

SP 260-84, Sampling, Materials Handling, Processing, and Packaging of NBS Sulfur in Coal
Standard Reference Materials

SP 260-167, A Method for the Preparation of NIST Traceable Fossil Fuel Standards with Concentrations Intermediate to SRM Values or DVD 2010 Edition-Fossil Fuel SRM Blending (see webpage for additional information)

Determination of Sulfur in Biodiesel and Petroleum Diesel by X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Using the Gravimetric Standard Addition

Gravimetric Standard Additions Methods (gSAM)

See other related links:
Table 106.3 Mercury in Activated Carbon
Table 108.1 Alcohols and Ethers [Oxygenates] in Gasoline
Table 108.2 Metal Constituents in Fossil Fuels (liquid forms)
Table 108.6 Fossil Fuel Trace   Elements (solid forms)
Table 114.2 Lubricating Base Oils


108.3(8) - Subbituminous Coal

PLEASE NOTE: The tables are presented to facilitate comparisons among a family of materials to help customers select the best SRM for their needs. For specific values and uncertainties, the certificate is the only official source.

SRM Status Description Unit Size Chlorine in mg/kg Furnace Ash in % Mercury in ug/kg Sulfur in %
1635a
Now Selling Trace Elements in Coal (Subbitumimous) 50 g   (6.29) 83.6 0.2909
2682c
Now Selling Subbituminous Coal (Nominal Mass Fraction 0.5 % Sulfur) 1 bottle x 50 g 20.1   105.1 0.4906