Radiochemical Methods Query Results
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SAM provides guidance for selecting radiochemical methods that have a high likelihood of assuring analytical consistency when laboratories are tasked with analyzing samples following a large scale radiological or nuclear contamination incident. Although the majority of methods have been validated for the analyte/sample type combination for which they have been selected, validation is still needed for a few of the methods that have been selected for analysis of vegetation. Please refer to the specified method to identify analyte/sample type combinations that have been verified.
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: Method applies
: Not of concern in this sample type
: A footnote or additional information applies when using this method. The actual footnote may be viewed by clicking on the image.