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Environmental Sampling and Analytical Methods (ESAM) Program

EPA Method 3570 (SW-846): Microscale Solvent Extraction (MSE)


U.S. EPA. 2002. "Method 3570 (SW-846): Microscale Solvent Extraction (MSE)," Revision 0. Washington, DC.


Analytical Method


EPA’s Selected Analytical Methods for Environmental Remediation and Recovery (SAM) lists this method for preparation of wipe samples for analysis of acrylamide, acrylonitrile, aldicarb, 4-aminopyridine, brodifacoum, bromadiolone, BZ, carbofuran, carfentanil, diesel range organics, diphacinone, EA2192, fentanyl, formaldehyde, gasoline range organics, RDX, HMTD, kerosene, methomyl, methyl acrylonitrile, 3-methyl fentanyl, methyl hydrazine, monocrotophos, HMX, oxamyl, PETN, thiofanox, trimethyl phosphite, 1,3,5-trinitrobenzene, 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene and white phosphorus.

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