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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.


- Certified values are normal font
- Reference values are italicized
- Values in parentheses are for information only


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