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Analytical Studies

An alphabetical list of analytical studies written about work performed by the Industrial Hygiene Division of the OSHA Salt Lake Technical Center that did not result in a validated method. Some of the studies were written to answer specific questions or to test a new procedure. This list will have additional studies added as they are available.

  • Ilya B. Reznik
  • Daniel N. Johansen
  • August 2015
  • Mary Eide
  • August 2004
  • Mary Eide
  • June 2004
  • Determination of the Sampling Rate Variation for SKC UMEx 100 Passive Samplers
  • Details the results of tests performed to determine the sampling rate variation (SRV) for SKC UMEx 100 Passive Samplers for aldehydes. SRVs are dependent on sampler design. They are used in OSHA Sampling and Analytical Error (SAE) calculations. The SRV presented in this study is to be used only in calculations for the UMEx 100 sampler.
  • Mary Eide
  • April 2004
  • Warren Hendricks
  • April 1998
  • Warren Hendricks
  • December 1996
  • Warren Hendricks
  • April 2002

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