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V&SV-POHCs, metals

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aVOST denotes volatile organic sampling train; MM5 denotes EPA Modified Method 5; SXXX denotes sampling methods found in "Sampling and Analysis Methods for Hazardous Waste Combustion"83; CEM denotes Continuous Emission Monitor (usually nondispersive infrared).

bV-POHCs denotes volatile principal organic hazardous constituents (POHCs); SV-POHCs denotes semivolatile POHCs; HHV denotes higher heating value; TOC denotes Total Organic Carbon.

cGas bag samples may be analyzed for V-POHCs only if VOST samples are saturated and not quantifiable or if the target POHC is too volatile for VOST.

dTCLP = toxicity characteristic leaching procedure192.

eMetals captured by the Multiple Metals Sampling Train.

Method 5 can be combined with Method 0050 or Method 0011.

Source: Reprinted, with permission, from Dempsey and Oppelt, 1993.

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aVOST denotes volatile organic sampling train; MM5 denotes EPA Modified Method 5; SXXX denotes sampling methods found in "Sampling and Analysis Methods for Hazardous Waste Combustion"83; CEM denotes Continuous Emission Monitor (usually nondispersive infrared).

bV-POHCs denotes volatile principal organic hazardous constituents (POHCs); SV-POHCs denotes semivolatile POHCs; HHV denotes higher heating value; TOC denotes Total Organic Carbon.

cGas bag samples may be analyzed for V-POHCs only if VOST samples are saturated and not quantifiable or if the target POHC is too volatile for VOST.

dTCLP = toxicity characteristic leaching procedure192.

eMetals captured by the Multiple Metals Sampling Train.

Method 5 can be combined with Method 0050 or Method 0011.

Source: Reprinted, with permission, from Dempsey and Oppelt, 1993.

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