Validation of ISO 16751 Soil Quality - Environmental availability of non-polar organic compounds: Determination of the potentially bioavailable fraction and the non-bioavailable fraction using a strong adsorbent or complexing agent

Winnie van Vark, Ewoud Klopstra, Joop Harmsen

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Abstract

ISO/TC190/Soil Quality has developed a standard to enable measurement of the bioavailability of organic contaminants in soil and soil like materials (ISO/TS16751), To become a full standard a validation is necessary. The validation is based on an intra laboratory validation carried out by the laboratory of Rijkswaterstaat in Lelystad (The Netherlands), and on an international interlaboratory validation study organized by WEPAL, Wageningen. Results are evaluated according ISO 5725. As decided by the responsible ISO-working group, the results support the transfer of ISO/TS 16751 into a full ISO-standard.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherWageningen Environmental Research
Number of pages39
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2018

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NameWageningen Environmental Research report
No.2919
ISSN (Print)1566-7197

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Validation of ISO 16751 Soil Quality - Environmental availability of non-polar organic compounds : Determination of the potentially bioavailable fraction and the non-bioavailable fraction using a strong adsorbent or complexing agent. / van Vark, Winnie; Klopstra, Ewoud; Harmsen, Joop.

Wageningen : Wageningen Environmental Research, 2018. 39 p. (Wageningen Environmental Research report; No. 2919).

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