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F I N A L ESTIGATI© REPORT 4 •'GERAGHTY
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ESTIGATI©
REPORT
VOLUME 5
Appendices
Martin Marietta Reduction Facility
The Dalles, Oregon
4 •'GERAGHTY
'& MILLER, INC.
Ground- Water Consultants
USEPA SF
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
LABORATORY BLANKS - ORGANICS ANALYSIS
D-554
Table B-1.
Results of analysis for volatile organic compounds
in daily laboratory blanks
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
DILUTION FACTOR
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
SBLK0625 CBLK0626 BBLK0623 BBLK0630
06/23/87 06/26/87 06/29/87 06/30/87
06/25/87 06/26/87 06/29/87 06/30/87
0625VU8B2 0626VUBC1 0629VW8B1 0630VWBB1
MS-B
MS-B
MS-C
MS-B
WATER
WATER
WATER
WATER
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
1
1
1
1
COMPOUNDS
Acrolein
A e r y l o n l t r l le
Benzene
Bromod1chloromethane
Bromoform
Bromomethane
< 10
< 10
< 5
< S
< S
< S
< 10
< 10
<5
<3
<3
<5
< 10
< 10
<5
<3
<3
<5
Carbon T e t r a c h l o r i d e
Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane
2-cnioroetny1vinylether
Chloroform
Chloromethane
< S
< S
< 3
< 10
< 5
< 3
<3
<5
<3
<3
<5
<3
< 10
<5
<3
< 10
<S
<3
< 10
< 10
<3
<3
<5
<5
< 5<5
<3
< 10
<5
<5
Dibromochloromethane
1, 3-0.1 ch lorobenzene
1,2-01chlorobenzene
1,4-01chlorobenzene
1.1- 01chloroethane
1.2- Dlchloroethane
<
<
<
<
<
<
5
3
3
5
3
3
<S
<5
<5
<3
<3
<5
<3
<5
<3
<5
<3
<5
<3
<3
< 5
<5
<S
<5
1.1- Dlcnioroethene
1.2- 01cnloropropane
trans-l 3-DIchloropropene
c1s-1,3-01chloropropene
Ethy lbenzene
Methylene C h l o r i d e
<
<
<
<
<
<
5
5
5
3
3
3
<3
<3
<5
<5
<3
<3
<5
<3
<S
<5
<3
<5
<
<
<
<
<
<
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroetnene
Toluene
1,1,1-Tr1chloroetnane
.1,l,2-TrIchloroethane
Trichloroethene
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
5
5
3
<5
<5
<5
<3
<5
<5
<3
<5
<3
<3
<5
<5
< 5
<5
<3
<5
<5
<5
Trlchlorofluoromethane
V i n y l ChlorIde *
< 5
<1
<3
< 1
<3
<1
<5
<1
e1s-1,2-01chloroethene
trans-1,2-01ch1 oroethene
< 3
< S
(
5
3
5
5
5
5
< 3
<S
*Any amount detected between the level of detection (LOD = 1 ppb)
and the level of quantitation (LOQ = 5 ppb) is marked with an
* and should be considered qualitative.
Table B-1. Continued
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE ID:
SAMPLE DATE:
ANALYSIS DATE:
FILE NAME:
INSTRUMENT ID:
MATRIX:
UNITS:
DILUTION FACTOR:
LAB
BLANK
OaOSVUBC
08/03/87
Oa/03/87
0803VWBC1
MS—C
WATER
UG/L
1
COMPOUNDS
< 10
< 10
< 3
< 3
< 3
< 3
Acrolein
Aerylonitrila
Banzana
Bromod ichloromethane
Bromoform
Bromomethane
Carbon T e t r a c h l o r i d e
Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane
2-Chloroethylvinylether
Chloroform
Chloromethane
Dibromochloromethane
1.3-Dichlorobenzene
1, 2-Dichlorobenzene
1, 4—Dichlorobenzene
1.1- Dichloroethane
1.2- Dichloroethane
1,i-Dichloraethene
1. 2-Dichloropropane
trans-1.3-Dichloropropene
c i s-1< 3-Dichloropropene
Ethylbenzene
Methylene C h l o r i d e
1,IJ2.2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethene
Toluene
1, IJ 1-Trichloroethane
1,i,2-Trichloroethane
Trichloroethene
T r i chlorofluoromethane
Vinyl Chloride *
c i S-1J 2-Dichloroethene
rans-lj2-Dichloroethene
D-556
< 3
< 3
< 3
< 10
< 3
< 3
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
3
3
3
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
3
3
3
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
•C
< 3
<
3
Table B-2.
Results of analysis for base/neutral acid
extractable compounds in laboratory extraction
blanks
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE 10
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
LAB
BLANK
BLK0624S
06/24/87
06/24/87
07/09/87
0624SSBA1
MS-A
SOIL
UG/KG
COMPOUNDS
Acenaphthalent
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine .
8enzo(a)Antnracene
8enzo(a>Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
<
1670
1670
1670
3030
1670
1670
8enzo(b+k)fIuorantnenes
Benzo(g,h,1)Perylene
4-Sroaopneny1-pnenylether
Buty lbenzy1pnthalate
bls(2-ChIoroethoxy)Methane
bis(2-ChloroethyDEther
<
<
<
<
<
<
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
b1s(2-Chlorolsopropy DEtner
2-Chloronaphthalene
4-Chloropheny1-phenylether
Chrysene
Dl-n-Butylphthalate
Ol-n-Octyl Phthalate
<
<
<
<
<
<
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Olbenz(a,h)Anthracene
1,3-0lenlorobenzene
1,2-0Ichlorobenzene
1,4-01chlorobenzene
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
Olethy lphthalate
<
<
<
<
<
<
1670
1670
1670
1670
3330
1670
Dimethyl Phthalate
2,4-01nltroto luene
2,6-01n1troto luene
1,2-01phenylhydraz1ne
bls(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalata
Fiuoranthene
<
<
<
<
<
<
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexach lorobutadlene
Hexach lorocyc1opentadlene
Hexach loroethane
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
<
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
D-557
Table B-2.
Continued
CLIENT SAMPLE 10:
LAB SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
LAB
BLANK
BLK0624S
06/24/87
06/24/87
07/09/87
0624SSBA1
MS-A
SOIL
UG/KG
COMPOUNOS
tjophoron*
N-N1troso-0t-n-Propylamln«
N-Nltro»odla»thylamln*
N-Nltrosodlphtnylaalne
Naphtha ltne
Nltrobtnzen*
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Ph«nanthrtne
Pyr«n«
1,2,4-TrlchIorobtnz»n«
1670
1670
1670
\
D-558
Table B-2. Continued
CLIENT SAMPLE IDLAB SAMPLE 10
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION OATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
• MATRIX
UNITS
LAB
LAB
LAS
LAB
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
ABLK810
BLK0625U BLK0629W ABLK0804
06/25/87 06/29/87 08/04/87 08/10/87
06/25/87 06/29/87 08/04/87 08/10/87
07/01/87 • 07/09/87 08/07A87 08/19/87
0625SUBA1 0629SW8A1 0804SWBA1 0310SWBA1
MS-A
MS-A
MSA
MS-A
WATER
WATER
WATER
WATER
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
COMPOUNOS
Aeenaphtnalene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
ger.zo(a)Antnracene
Benzo<a J P y r e n e
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
80
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
80
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
80
10
10
< 10
<
<
<
<
10
80
10
10
Ser.zo<b+ic>Fluorantnenes
S » n z o ( g , h , l )Pery lene
j-Bromopheny 1-pheny lether
Butylbenzylphthalate
u-Cti loro-3-Methy lphenol
6 1s(2-Chloroethoxy)Methane
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
1010
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
bis <2-Ch loroethy 1)Ether
ou<2-Cnlorolsopropyl >Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chloropheno 1
4-Chloropheny1-pnenylether
Chrysene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
01-n-Buty lphthalate
Di-n-Octyl Phthalate
Ctbenz(a,n>Anthracene
1.2- 01ch lorobenzene
1.4-0Ichlorobenzene
1.3- D 1 eh lorobenzene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
2,--D1chlorophenol
Ciethy 1 phtha late
Oimetnyl Phthalate •
2.4- 01methylpheno1
J.6-01nltro-2-Methylphenol
<
<
<
<
<
<
20
10
10
10
10
50
<
<
<
<
<
<
20
10
10
10
10
50
<
<
<
<
<
<
20
10
10
10
10
50
<
<
<
<
<
<
20
10
10
10
10
50
2,4-01 n1tropheno1
2.4-01nltrotoluene
2,6-01nltrotoluene
1,2-0iphenyI hydrazine
c': s (2-Etny lhexy l>Phtha late
"luoranthene
< 50
< 10
< 10
<-10»»
43 «
< 10 '
<
<
<
<
<
<
50
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
50
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
50
10
10
10
10
10
D-559
< ljo
Table B-2.
Continued
CLIENT SAMPLE 10:
LAB SAMPLE 10
SAMPLE OATE
EXTRACTION DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
F I L E NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
ABLK810
BLK0G25U BLK0629W ABLK0804
06/25/87 06/29/87 08/04/87 08/10/87
06/25/87 06/29/87 08/04/87 08/10/87
07/01/87 07/09/87 08/07/87 08/19/87
0625SUBA1 0629SWBA1 0804SWBA1 0810SWBA1
MSA
MS-A
MS-A
MS-A
WATER
WATER
- WATER
WATER
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
COMPOUNDS
f luorene
•-ienacniorobenzene
He/.»cnlorooutadlene
Ke«achlorocyclopentadlene
Menacnloroetnane
l n s e n o ( 1 , 2 , 3 - c d >Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
i sopnorone
N-Nttroso—01—n—Propylamine
N-Nltrosodimethylamlne
N-N I t r o s o d i p n e n y l a m i n e
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
< 10
< 10
< 5
< 10< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
4-Nitropheno 1
2-N i t r o p n e n o 1
Pentacnloropheno1
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
12,4-Tr1chlorobenzene
2 A]6-Trlchloropheno1
< 10
< 10
50
10
50
10
10
10
50
10
50
10
10
10
< 10
< 10
t
D-560
50
10
50
10
10
10
< 10
< 10
50
10
50
10
10
10
< 10
• < 10
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
SURROGATE SPIKE RESULTS
D-561
Table B-3.
Surrogate spike r e c o v e r i e s (%) d a i l y l a b o r a t o r y blanks
VOLATILES
Instrument ID
Blank-B Blank-C Blank-B
Blank-B Blank-C
Date
6/25/87 6/26/87 6/29/87
6/30/87 8/5/87
CLP QC Limits
Toluene-D8
88-110
4-Bromofluorobenzene
86-115
l,2-Dichloroethane-D4
76-114
95
97
93
100
99
97
100
87
88
97
90
96 .
!
D
I
1
104
/
98 •'
y
94
J
?able B - 4 .
Surrogate spike recover
ies
BLK
06245
Lab ID
6/24/87
Date
BASE/NEUTRALS
(%) f o r l a b o r a t o r y e x t r a c t i o n b l a n k s
CLP QC Limit
46
NitroDenzene—LID
48
2—FiuoroDipnenY-L
P-Terphenyl-D14
a
i
(Jl
CTl
•
2.4.6-Tribromophenol
~_
18-137
-J
79
Table B-4.-
Continued
BASE/NEUTRALS
Lab ID
BLK
0625W
BLK
0629W
ABLK
0804
ABLK
0810
Date
6/25/87
6/29/87
8/4/87
8/10/87
CLP QC Limits
Nitrobenzene-D5
35-114
85
71
75
75
2-Fluorobiphenyl
43-116
79
54
62
77
P-Terphenyl-D14
33-141
95
83
100
90
Phenol-D5
10-94
73
61
64
59
2-Fluorophenol
21-100
78
69
78
70
2,4,6-Tribromophenol
10-123
74
71
50
73
ACIDS/PHENOLS
-
Table B - 5 .
S u r r o g a t e s p i k e r e c o v e r i e s (%) f o r aqueous samples c o l l e c t e d on 23 and
26 June and 2 August 1987 a t M a r t i n M a r i e t t a , The D a l l e s
VOLATILES
Lab ID
2918
Client ID
PHFB
2925
DLSWRep IE
2926
Trip
Blank 1
2927
LDAWG
2928
Trip
Blank 5
2929
2930
LDBWG
LDFB
CLP QC Limits
Toluene-D8
88-110
96
99
94
98
97
99
4-Bromofluorobenzene
86-115
100
101
89
106
96
100
1,2-Dichloroethane-D4
76-114
85
102
100
101
101
104
70
56
83
70
74
65
* 57
76
50
67
BASE/NEUTRALS
40
Nitrobenzene-D5
35-114
2-Fluorobiphenyl
43-116
P-Terphenyl-D14
33-141
81
54
37
93
56
84
Phenol-D5
10-94
37
75
49
70
47
63
2-Fluorophenol
21-100
35
56
32
74
33
58
58
49
65
63
10-123
2,4,6-Tribromophenol
*One recovery per f r a c t i o n may be outside l i m i t s i f that recovery i s >10% (SOW 10/86).
54
67
v
ACIDS/PHENOLS
Table B-5.. Continued
Lab ID
C l i e n t ID
VOLATILES
1
3338
3339
3340
3341
OCWPPit B
2989
Scrubber
Pipe
Effluent
LDBWG
DLSWRep IE
LDAWG
LDFB
99
.95
95
99
99
101
102
2931
2988
Trip
Blank 3
CLP QC Limits
Toluene-D8
88-110
4-Bromofluorobenzene
86-115 *
103
99
99
86
100
95
102
1,2-Dichloroethane-D4
76-114
104
103
102
102
91
102
96
a.
BASE/NEUTRALS
Nitrobenzene-D5
35-114
82
67
83
74
80
98
2-Fluorobiphenyl
43-116
70
54
67
65
69-
90
P-Terpheny1-D14
33-141
42
58
61
62
61
110
Phenol-D5
10-94
48
49
30
21
20
70
2-Fluorophenol
21-100
( 19*
55
10*
83
2,4,6-Tribromophenol
10-123
47
73
38
88
ACIDS/PHENOLS
9*
19
5*
28
Table B - 5 . . Continued
Lab ID
Client ID
3338R
3339R
LDBWG
DLSWRep IE
•
BASE/NEUTRALS
f
CLP QL Limits
— — .
Nitrobenzene-D5
35-114
67
77
2-Fluorobiphenyl
sr
.A
43-116
93
77
P-Terphenyl-D14
33-141
44
42 ,
Phenol-D5
10-94
38
45
2-Fluorophenol
21-100
24
29
2,4,6-Tribromophenol
10-123
41
37
D
I
Table B-6.
Surrogate s p i k e r e c o v e r i e s (%) f o r s o i l samples c o l l e c t e d on 23 and
24 June 1987 at M a r t i n M a r i e t t a , The D a l l e s
BASE/NEUTRALS
Lab ID
2916
C l i e n t ID
2932
PHASC
2917
Soil
Rep 2
ODCSC-1
57
95
61
CLP OC Limits
Nitrobenzene-D5
23-120
2-Fluorobiphenyl
30-115
0*
0*
54
P-Terphenyl-Dl4
18-137
0*
0*
73
ACIDS/PHENOLS
Phenol-D5
24-113
58
2-Fluorophenol
25-121
55
2,4,6-Tribromophenol
19-122
• *Surrogates diluted out.
0*
74
43
0*
51
0*
65
T a b l e B-7. S u r r o g a t e s p i k e r e c o v e r i e s (%) f o r m a t r i x s p i k e (MS) and m a t r i x s p i k e d u p l i c a t e
• (MSD) a n a l y s e s o f s u r f a c e water samples c o l l e c t e d on 23 June and 2 August
1987 from t h e L a n d f i l l D i t c h a t M a r t i n M a r i e t t a , The D a l l e s
Lab ID
Client ID
' VOLATILES
2927MS
2927MSD 3340MS
3340MSD
LDAWG
LDAWG
LDAWG
LDAWG
CLP QC Limits
Toluene-D8
88-110
98
97
96
98
4-Bromofluorobenzene
86-115
90
94
96
97
1,2-Dichloroethane-D4
76-114
104
99
98
104
Nitrobenzene-D5
35-114
66
72
90
82
2-Fluorobiphenyl
43-116
58
62
75
76
P-Terphenyl-Dl4
33-141
36
57
66
85
Phenol-D5
10-94
42
56
28
32
2-Fluorophenol
21-100
28
42
2,4,6-Tribromophenol
10-123
67
53
BASE/NEUTRALS
ACIDS/PHENOLS
9*
31
28
69
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
MATRIX SPIKE/MATRIX SPIKE DUPLICATE
D-570
Table B - 8 .
M a t r i x s p i k e and m a t r i x s p i k e d u p l i c a t e
water m a t r i x
LAB ID:
Spike Compound
2927
CLIENT ID:
recoveries:'
LDAWG
volatiles in
UNITS:
surface
iq/L
Duplicate
Acceptable Limits
Spike
Spike Spike
Cone,
Cone.
%
. %
Cone. Cone.
in
Measured
RPD
Measured
Recovery
Added
Recovery RPD< ^ Recovery
Sample '
b
13
1,1-Dichloroethylene
ND
50
48.5
97
52.9
106
Trichloroethylene
ND
50
44.8
90
54.6
109
9
61-145
14
20 V
71-120
14
75-130
13
•-. s
Chlorobenzene
ND
50
47.2
94
54.4
109
Toluene
ND
50
47.9
96
53.3
107
11
76-125
13
Benzene
ND
50
50.3
101
51.4
103
2
76-127
11
a
( V a l u e s reported as not detected (ND) are treated as zero f o r purposes of c a l c u l a t i o n .
IM
* 'RPD = relative % difference =
2 ( X
"
X 1 )
1
— x 100 where x and x = % spike recovery and duplicate %
x+x
spike recovery
^ L i m i t s prescribed by EPA in Contract Lab Program Statement of Work (10/86) are advisory levels.
Table B-9.
Matrix spike and ma t r i x spike d u p l i c a t e r e c o v e r i e s :
• water matrix
LAB ID:
Spike Compound
3340
•
CLIENT ID:
v o l a t i l e s i n surface
UNITS: iq/L
LDAWG
Acceptable L i m i t s ^
Duplicate
Spike
Spike Spike
Cone.
Cone.
Cone. Cone.
in
(b) Recovery
RPD
(a)
Added Measured Recovery Measured Recovery RPD
Sample
61-145
14
12
71-120
14
11
75- 130
13
105
76- 125
13
96
76-127
11
1,1-Dichloroethylene
ND
1000
804
80
806
81
Trichloroethylene
ND
1000
824
82
928
93
Chlorobenzene
ND
1000
916
92
1020
102
Toluene
ND
1000
974
97
1050
Benzene
ND
1000
886
89
958
(^Values reported as not detected (ND) are treated as zero for purposes of calculation.
1
(b)RPD - re lative % difference - ------ x 100 where x and x = % spike recovery and duplicate %
.
....1
spike recovery
x+x
^ L i m i t s prescribed by EPA in Contract Lab Program Statement of Work (10/86) are advisory levels.
Table B-10.
M a t r i x s p i k e and m a t r i x s p i k e d u p l i c a t e r e c o v e r i e s :
e x t r a c t a b l e s i n s u r f a c e water m a t r i x
LAB ID:
Spike Compound
2927
CLIENT ID:
LDAWG
base/neutral
UNITS:
yq/L
Acceptable L i m i t s ^
Duplicate
Spike
Spike .Spike
Cone.
Cone.
%
%
Cone. Cone.
RPD
Sample ' Added Measured Recovery Measured Recovery RP (b) Recovery
19
D
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
ND
200
90.4
45
86.8
43
4
39-98
28
Acenaphthene
ND
200
86.4
43
94.0
47
8
46-118
31
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
ND
200
130
65
.152
76
16
24-96
38
20.6
200
80.8
30
113
46
26-127
31
N-N i troso-d i - n Propylamine
ND
200
88.8
44
112
56
23
41-116
38
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
ND
200
75.2
38
82.0
41
9
36-97
28
Pyrene
(^Values reported as not detected (ND) are treated as zero f o r purposes of c a l c u l a t i o n .
X
(b)
2(x-x )
- r e l a t i v e % difference =
— x 100 where x and x = % spike recovery and duplicate %
x+x
spike recovery
1
R P D
( ^ L i m i t s prescribed by EPA i n Contract Lab Program Statement of Work (10/86) are advisory l e v e l s .
Table B - l l . M a t r i x s p i k e and matrix spike d u p l i c a t e r e c o v e r i e s :
i n surface water matrix
LAB ID:
2927
CLIENT ID:
LDAWG
acid extractables
UNITS:
vq/L
a
i
cn
^ V a l u e s reported as not detected (ND) are treated as zero for purposes of calculation.
(bW
= relative % difference =
<° W t s
x 100 where x and x* =
«*
%
prescribed by EPA in Contract Lab Program Statement of Work (10/86) are advisory levels.
Table B-12.
M a t r i x spike and matrix s p i k e d u p l i c a t e r e c o v e r i e s :
e x t r a c t a b l e s i n surface water matrix
LAB ID:
3340
CLIENT ID:
LDAWG
base/neutral
UNITS: iq/L
c
Spike Compound
D
Acceptable L i m i t s ^ ^
Duplicate
Spike
Spike Spike
Cone.
Cone.
%
%
Cone. Cone. :
RPD
Sample ' Added Measured Recovery Measured Recovery RPD^b) Recovery
13
39-98
28
2
46-118
31
58
14
24-96
38
738
68
®
26-127
31
94
842
84
11
41-116
38
60
592
59
1
36-97
28
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
ND
1000
586
59
656
66
11
Acenaphthene
ND
1000
654
65
670
67
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
ND
1000
664
66
580
59.8
1000
516
46
N-Nitrosodi-nPropylamine
ND
1000
944
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
ND
1000
596
Pyrene
^ V a l u e s reported as not detected (ND) are treated as zero for purposes of calculation.
A
2(x-x )
^RPD = relative % difference =
— x 100 where x and x - % spike recovery and duplicate %
x+x
spike recovery
(^Limits prescribed by EPA in Contract Lab Program Statement of Work (10/86) are advisory levels.
Table B - 1 3 .
M a t r i x s p i k e and m a t r i x s p i k e d u p l i c a t e
i n s u r f a c e water m a t r i x
LAB ID:
3340
CLIENT ID:
recoveries:
LDAWG
acid
extractables
UNITS:
yq/L
c
Spike Compound
Acceptable Limits* ^
Duplicate
Spike
Spike Spike
Cone,
%
Cone.
%
Cone. Cone.
in
RP (b) Recovery
RPD
Measured
Measured
Recovery
Added
Recovery
Sample '
13
D
Pentachlorophenol
ND
2000
710
36
2020
101
(3>
9-103
50
Phenol
ND
2000
508
25
560
28
10
12-89
42
2-Chlorophenol
ND
2000
484
24
992
50
27-123
40
4-Chloro3-Methylphenol
ND
2000
1060
53
812
41
26
23-97
42
4-Nitrophenol
ND
2000
1040
52
1480
74
35
10-80
50
(s>
(^Values reported as not detected (ND) are treated as zero f o r purposes of c a l c u l a t i o n .
2(x-x"M
D
< )RPD
(c)
= relative % difference =
1
-— x 100 where x and x = % spike recovery and duplicate %
x+x
spike recovery
L i m i t s prescribed by EPA in Contract Lab Program Statement of Work (10/86) are advisory levels.
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
TRIP BLANKS
D-577
Table IV-1.
Results of analysis for volatile organic compounds
in aqueous trip blanks accompanying surface water
samples collected on 23. June 1987 from the Landfill
Ditch at Martin Marietta, The Dalles
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAS SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE OATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
DILUTION FACTOR
TRIP
TRIP
TRIP
BLANK—5
BLANK-1
BLANK—3
2928
2926
2931
06/16/87 06/16/87 06/16/87
06/29/87 06/29/87 06/29/87
V29288
V2926B
V29318
MS-B
MS-B
MS-B
WATER
WATER
WATER
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
1
1
1
COMPOUNOS
Acrolein
Acrylonitrlle
Benzene
Broraodlchloromethane
Bromoform
Bromomethane
< 10
< 10
< 9
< s
< s
< 5
< 10
< 10
< s
< 3
< 3
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 3
< 3
< S
< 3
Carbon Tetrachloride
Chlorobenzene
Ch loroethane
2-Chloroethylvlnylether
Chloroform
Ch loromethane
< S
< 5
< S
< 10
< 5
< S
< 3
< 3
< 3
< 10
< 5
< 3
< 3
< 5
< 3
< 10
< 5
< 3
Qloromochloromethane
1,3-01cnlorobenzene
1,2-D1chlorobenzene
1,4-01chlorobenzene
1,1-01cnloroethane
1,2-01 ehloroethane
<
<
<
<
<
<
5
9
S
5
5
5
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
5
5
3
3
5
<
<
<
<
<
<
5
3
3
5
3
3
1,l-Otchloroethene
1,2-01cnloropropane
trans-1,3-0Ichloropropene
cls-1,3-0ichloropropene
Ethylbenzene
Methylene Chloride
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
3
5
3
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
3
3
5
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
5
3
5
5
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrach loroethene
To luene
1,1,l-Tr1chloroetnane
l,1,2-Trlcnioroethane
Tr1chloroethene
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
3
5
3
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
5
3
5
<
<
<
<
<
<
3
3
3
5
3
3
Trlchlorofluoromethane
Vinyl Chloride *
< 3
< 1
< 3
< 1
els-1,2-0Ichloroethene
trans-1,2-01chloroethene
<3
<3
< 3
< 3
< 3
< 1
*Any amount detected between the level of detection (LOD = 1 ppb)
and the level of quantitation (LOQ = 5 ppb) is marked with an
* and should be considered qualitative.
D-578
Table IV-2.
Results of analysis for base/neutral acid
extractable compounds in an aqueous trip blank
accompanying surface water samples collected on
23 June 1987 from the Landfill Ditch at Martin
Marietta, The Dalles
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE ID:
SAMPLE DATE:
EXTRACTION OATE:
ANALYSIS OATE:
FILE NAME:
INSTRUMENT ID:
MATRIX:
UNITS:
TRIP
BLANK'S
2928
06/16/87
06/23/87
07/01/87
8NA2928
MS-A
UATER
UG/L
COMPOUNOS
Acenaphthalene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzo<a)Anthracene
Benzo<a)Pyrene
< 10
<
< 10
< 80
< 10
< 10
Benzo<b+k>Fluoranthene*
Benzo<g,h,1JPerylene
4-8roraopheny1-pheny lether
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-Chloro-3-Methy lpheno 1
bls<2-Chloroethoxy)Methane
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
bls(2-Chloroethyl)Ether
bls(2-ChIorolsopropyl)Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chlorophenol
4-Chloropheny 1-pheny lether
Chrysene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
Dl-n-Butylphthalate
Dl-n-Octyl Phthalate
Dlbenzta,h)Anthracene
1, 2-Olchlorobenzene
1, 4-01chlorobenzene
1, 3-Dlchlorobenzene
< 10
< to
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
3, 3'-Olcniorobenzldlne
2,4-01chloropheno 1
Diethylphthalate
Olnethyl Phthalate
2,4-01netny lpheno 1
4,6-Dlnltro-2-Methylphenol
< 20
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< SO
2,4-01nltrophenol
2,4-01nltroto luene
2,6-Olnltrotoluene
1, 2-01phenylhydrazlne
bis<2-EthyIhexy1>Phthalate
Fiuoranthene
< 30
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
D-579
1 0
Table IV-2.
Continued.
CLIENT SAMPLE 10:
LAS SAMPLE ID:
SAMPLE DATE:
EXTRACTION DATE:
ANALYSIS DATE:
FILE NAME:
INSTRUMENT ID:
MATRIX:
UNITS:
TRIP
BLANK-3
2928
06/16/87
06/23/87
07/01/87
BNA2928
MS-A
WATER
UG/L
COMPOUNDS
Fluortnt
< 10
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno<1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
Iiophorone
N-Nltroso-01-n-Propylaml.ne
N-Nltrosodlmethylamine
N-Nltrosodlphenylamine
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
< 10
< 10
< 3
< 10
< 10
< 10
4-NltrophenoI
2-NItropheno 1
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
- <
<
<
<
<
<
1, 2, 4-Trlchlorobenzene
2, 4, 6-TrIchlorophenol
Dr-580
10
10
10
10
10
SO
10
50
10
10
10
< 10
< 10
T a b l e I V - 3 . R e s u l t s o f c h e m i c a l a n a l y s i s o f an aqueous t r i p b l a n k accompanying s u r f a c e
w a t e r samples c o l l e c t e d on 23 June 1987 from t h e L a n d f i l l D i t c h a t M a r t i n
M a r i e t t a , The D a l l e s
: 6/16/B7
SAMPLE DATE:
:
29BB
ESM SAMPLE ID:
TRP BLNK 5:
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
NOTE:
:
COMPOUNDS
calcium
730
(ug/L)
magnesium
(ug/L)
<500
potassium
Cug/L)
< 1000
sodium
<1000
(ug/L)
<1.1
chloride
(mg/L)
Fluoride
(mg/L) by IC
:
<1.6
Fluoride
(mg/L) by ISE
:
<1 .0
s u l f a t e (mg/L) by IC
:
<2.0
sulfate
i
<5.0
(mg/L) t u r b i d l m a t r i c
bicarbonate a l k a l i n i t y
carbonate a l k a l i n i t y
total
cyanide
Free cyanide
:
<10
(mg/L) ( a s CaC03)
(mg/L) ( a s CaC03)
:
<10
NT •
(ug/L)
:
(ug/L)
* Not t e s t e d
r-.
i
NT
1
:
:
:
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
CONCENTRATIONS OF CALIBRATION CURVE STANDARDS
D-582
Table C-25.
Parameter
C o n c e n t r a t i o n of C a l i b r a t i o n Curve Standards
:
Method
:
Standard
Concentration
:
Units
Fluoride
300 .0
1.0
mg/L
Fluoride
300 .0
5.0
mg/L
Fluoride
300.0
10
mg/L
Fluoride
300 .0
20
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
0.10
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
- 1.0
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
10
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
50
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
100
mg/L
Fluoride
340.2
250
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
500
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
1000
mg/L
Sulfate
300.0
1.0
mg/L
Sulfate
300 .0
5.0
mg/L
Sulfate
300.0
io
mg/L
Sulfate ,
300.0
20
mg/L
D-583
Table C - 2 5 .
Parameter
Continued
:
Method
:
Standard Concentration
:
Units
Arsenic
206.2
10
ug/L
Arsenic
206 .2
30
ug/L
Arsenic
206.2
50
ug/L
Sodium
273 .1
5.0.
mg/L
Sodium
273.1
10
rag/L
Sodium
273.1
50
mg/L
Sodium
.273.1
.100 .
mg/L
._
EP TOX EXTRACTS
Arsenic
200 .7
3.0
mg/L
Barium
200 .7
4.0
mg/L
Cadmium
200.7
3.0
mg/L
Chromium
200 .7
3.0
mg/L
Lead
200.7
5.0
mg/L
Me r c u r y
239 .1
50,200
ng
Selenium
200 .7
2.0
mg/L
Silver
200 .7 .
1.0
mg/L
D-584
M
Table C-25.
Parameter
Continued
:
Method
:
Standard Concentration
:
Units
Sulfate
375.4
5.0
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
10
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
15
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
20
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
25
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
•30
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
35
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
40
mg/L
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
2.5
mg/L
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
12.5
mg/L
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
50
mg/L
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
100
mg/L
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
200
mg/L
Free C y a n i d e
412H
2.5
mg/L
Free C y a n i d e
412H
12.5
mg/L
Free C y a n i d e
412H
50
mg/L
Free C y a n i d e
412H
100
mg/L
Free C y a n i d e
412H
200
mg/L
-
D-585
Table C-25.
Parameter
Continued
:
Method
:
Standard Concentration
: Units
Calcium
200.7
TOO"
mg/L
Magnesium
200.7
100
mg/L
Potassium
200.7
50
mg/L
Sodium *
200.7
250
mg/L
Chloride
325.3
1522
mg/L
* Sodium analyzed by ICP f o r samples 3338-3341 upon approval of the
P r o j e c t QA O f f i c e r a t Geraghty & M i l l e r
D-586
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
LABORATORY BLANKS - INORGANICS ANALYSIS
D-587
Table C - l .
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y Blanks
ug/L
Extract
Units:
Matrix:
Parameter
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Quantitation
Limit
Blank
Result
Method S
Arsenic
2910-•2914
200
<200
200 .7
Barium
2910--2914
200
<200 .
200. 7
Cadmium
2910--2914
50
<50
200. 7 •/
Chromium
2910--2914
50
<50
200 7
Lead
2910--2914
200
<200
Mercury
2910--2914
0.30
<0.30
Selenium
2910--2914
200
<200
Silver
2910--2914
50
<50
D-588
/
/
200 . 7 /
• 239 . 2 /
200 . 7 /
200 . 7— -/ i
—
Tr-
i a b l e C-2.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y Blanks
ug/L
Filtrate
Units:
Matrix:
Paramete r
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Quantitation
Limit
Blank
Result
Method $
Arsenic
2915
200
<200
200 .7
Barium
2915
200
<200
200 .7
Cadmium
2915
50
<50
200 .7
Chromium
2915
50
<50
200 7
Lead
2915
200 .
<200
Mercury
2915
0.30
<0.30
Selenium
2915
200
<200
200 .7
Silver
2915
50
<50
200 .7
/
/
J-
200 . 7 /
/
239 . 2
}
4
/f
J/
7
D-589
Table C-5.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Soil
mg/kg
Matrix:
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Arsenic
2910-2914
/
: Blank
Result
Method 3
2.0
<2.0
206 .2
Sodium
2910-2914;2916-2917
200
<200
273 .1
Fluoride
2910-2914;2916-2917
1.0
<1.0
340 .2
•
Sulfate
2910-2914
2.0
<2.0
300.0
Sulfate
2910-2914
5.0
<5.0
375.4
0.50
<0.50
335 .2
0.50
<0.50
412H
y
./
y
/
/
TotCyanide
2910-2914;2916-2917
Free Cyanide2910-2914;2916-2917
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
'
'
*
Z
D-590
J
y
Table C-8.
QC Summary —
Laboratory
Blanks
Water
mg/L
Matrix:
Parameter
Units:
: A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n . Blank
Result
Limit
(ESM ID RANGE)
: Method S
s
Arsenic
2915
0.010
<0.010
206 .2 i/
Sodium
2915
1.0
<1.0
273 .1
Fluoride
2915
1.6
<1.6
300 .0 /
Fluoride
2915
1.0
<1.0
340 .2
Sulfate
• 2915
2.0
<2.0
300 .0
Sulfate
2915
5.0
<5.0
375.4
TotCyanide
2915
0.010
<0.010
335.2
Free Cyanide
2915
0.010
<0.010
412H
/
:
D-591
:
:
/
/
/
y
Table C-9. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
mg/L
. Water
Units:
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank
Result
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
: Method #
Calcium
2925-2930
5.0
<5.0
200 .7
Magnesium
2925-2930
5.0
<5.0
200 .7
Potassium
2925-2930
10
<10
200 .7
Sodium
2925-2930
1.0
<1.0
273 .1
Chloride
2925-2930
52
<52
325.2
Fluoride
2925-2930
1.6
<1.6
300 .0
Fluoride
2925-2930
1.0
<1.0
340 .2
Sulfate
2925-2930
2.0
<2.0
300 .0
Sulfate
2925-2930
5.0
<5.0
375 .4
Alkalinity
2925-2930
10
<10
D-592
403
Table C-12.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Method
rr
Sodium
2933
.1.0
<1 .0
273. l
Fluoride
2933
1.6
<1 .6
300. 0
Fluoride
2933
1.0
<1 .0
340 .2
TotCyanide
2933
0.010
<0. 010
335 .2
FreeCyanide
2933
0.010
<0. 010
412H
V
V
•
/
/
V
D-593
Table C-13.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Soil
mg/kg
Matrix:
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Method $
Sodium
2934-2942
200
<200
273.1
Fluoride
2934-2942
1.0
<1.0
340 .2
TotCyanide
2934-2942
0.50
<0.50
335.2
FreeCyanide
2934-2942
0.50
<0.50
412H
D-594
Table C-16.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
Limit
(ESM ID RANGE)
Sodium
2988,2989,2992
. Blank
Result
: Method S
1.0
<1.0
27 3.1
Fluoride
2988-2989
1.6
<1.6
300 .0
Fluoride
2988-2989
1.0
<1.0
340.2
TotCyanide
2988,2989 ,2992
0.010
<0.010
335 .2
FreeCyanide
2988,2989,2992
0.010
<0.010
412H
D-595
Table C-19.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y Blanks
mg/kg
Soil
Units:
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Quantitation
Limit
Blank
Result
Method *
Sodium
2990-2991;2993-2995
200
<200
273.1J
TotCyanide
2990-2991;2993-2995
0.50
<0.50
335.2
FreeCyanide2990-2991;2993-299 5
0.50
<0.50
412H
D-596
/
Table C-22.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y Blanks
•
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank : Method
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Calcium
3338- 3341
0. 50
<0. 50
200 .7
Magnesium
3338- 3341
0. 50
<0. 50
200 .7
Potassium
3338- 3 3 41
1. 00
<1. 00
200 .7
Sodium
3338- 3341
1. 00
<1. 00
200 .7
Chloride
3338- 3341
1 .1
<1 .1
325 .2
Fluoride
3338- 3341
1 .6
<1 .6
300. 0
Fluoride
3338- 3341
1 .0
<1 .0
340 .2
Sulfate
3338- 3341
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
Sulfate
3338- 3341
5 .0
<5 . 0
375 .4
A l k a l i n i ty
3338- 3341
5 .0
<5 .0 •
403
TotCyanide
3338-•3341
0 .010
<0.010
335 .2
FreeCyanide
3338--3341
0. 010
<0.010
412H
D-597
t
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
INITIAL AND CONTINUING CALIBRATION VERIFICATION
INORGANICS
D-598
Table C-26.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
2910-2914;
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2916-2917
(ESM ID RANGE):
Units:
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
25 •
25.4
Matrix;
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Parameter ::
A r s e n i c (b)
Soil
mg/L
101
25
26.4
106
25
24.1
97
38.7
97
/::
Arsenic tc)
25
25.4
101 / . .
Sodium
40
39.0
98
.40
Fluoride(d)
1.0
1.05
.105
100
99
99
Sulfate(e)
5.0.
4.6
92
5.0
4.6
92
Sulfate(f)
5.0
4.5
90 /
5.0
5.0
100
Sulfate(g)
20
18
90
20
21
105
Sulfate(h)
20
20
100
20
19
95
Sulfate(i)
20
18
90
20
19
95
/
/
7
::
•
—/—
/
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s = 90-110%
(b) Samples 2910-2911 (c) Samples 2912-2914
(d) Method 340.2
(e) Method 300.0; samples 2910, 2914
( f ) Method 300.0; samples 2911-2913
(g) Method 375.4; sample 2910
(h) Method 375.4; samples 2911-2913
( i ) Method 375.4; sample 2914
D-599
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Table C-27.
I n i t i a l and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
"
2934-2942;
2990-2991;
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2993-2994
(ESM ID RANGE) :_
Parameter ::
Soil
mg/L
Matrix:
Units:
C o n t i n u i n g Ca.L i b r a t i on
(a)
True
: Amount :
%R
Value
Found
::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount : (a)
Value
Found
%R
::
"1 A rt
40
Sodium (b)
39.7
iy. y
100
40
38 .7
97
40
39.7
99
40
38 .5
96
" / : :
• •
40
39.0
Sodium (d)
40
39.7
Sodium (e)
40
39.0
Sodium ( c )
40
9 8
/..
" J ..
9
rt <**
102
V
102 /
100
98
98
::
Fluoride(t)
100
Fluoride(g)
50
50
100 /
50
50
100
Fluoride(h)
50
50
100 y/
. 50
50
100
/
—f-
J
7—
J
i
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s = 90-110%
(b) Samples 2934-2937
(c) Samples 2938-2939
(d) Samples 2940-2942; 2990
(e) Samples 2991; 2993-2995
( f ) Samples 2934, 2939
(g) Samples 2935-2938
(h) Samples 2940-2942
D-600
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Table C-28.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2910-2915
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
*
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
mg/L
Units:
Water
Matrix:
::
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
*
:: Value
Found
%R
Arsenic
2.0
2.0
100
2.0
1.95
98
Barium
1.6
1.5
94
1.6
1.48
93
V
/
Cadmium
0 .70
0.66
94
0.70
0.68
97
/
Chromium
1.25
1.22
97
1.25
1.25
100
Lead
1.0
0.99
99
1.0
1.01
101
/
:
Mercury
100
103
103
100
108
Selenium
1.0
1.0
100
1.0
0.94
94
Silver
1.0
0.91
91
1.0
0.92
92
*
/
108
j
%R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s = 90-110%
D-601
J
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Table C-29.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples See below
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter
mg/L
Water
Matrix:
Units:
Continuing Calibration
I n i t i a l Calibration
: Amount :
(a)
True
(a)
:
Amount
:
True
%R
: : Value
Found
%R
Found
Value
Arsenic(b)
25
Calcium(c)
• 50
Calcium(d)
25. 4
101 .
25
26 .4
106
51
102
•50
51. 6
103
50
51
102
50
• 49.6
99
Calcium(e)
10
9.97
100
10
9.97
100
Calcium(f)
10
9.97
100
10
9.9
Calcium(g)
10
9.97
100
10
10 .1
101
Magnesium(c)
50
51
102
50
51. 7
103
Magnesium(d)
50
51
102
50
49 .8
100
Magnesium(e)
10
10 .5
105
10
10 .3
103
Magnesium(f)
10
10. 5
105
10
10 .1
101
Magnesium(g)
10
10. 5
105
10
10 .5
105
Potassium(h)
10
10 .1
101
10
10 .1
101
Potassium(i)
10
9 .8
98
10
10
100
Potassium(g)
10
9 .8
98
10
9 .5
95
Sodium(j)
40
39 .7
99
40
39 .9
100
Sodium(k)
40
39. 0
98
40
38. 4
96
Sodium(1)
40
39. 4
98
40
39 .1
98
Sodium(m)
50
52. 3
J
/
/
99
/
/
/
/
/
/
/•
/
)
i
/
D-602
105
50
52. 6
105
J
/
Table C-29.
Continued
mg/L
A s s o c i a t e d Samples See below
(ESM ID RANGE):
Units:
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
Fluoride
(lC,b)5.0
5.0
5.3
106
.5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.2
104
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
5.4
108
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
5.0
100
5.0
5.0
100
104
1.0
1.02
102
110 .
50
54
108
I
250
250
100
1.0
1.0
100
5.0
5.5
110
J
J
J
J
I
98 .
4.9
Water
Matrix:
V
/::
Fluoride(n)
. 5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.2
104
• •
Fluoride(o)
A:
/::
Fluoride(p)
5.0
5.2
104
_/
v/::
Fluoride(.q)
5.0 /
5.2
104
/::
Fluoride(r)
5.0
4.9
98
Fluoride(m)
5.0 .
4.6
92
Fluoride(f)
5.0
5.1
102
J::
J::
/::
F l u o r i d e ( I S E , s)1.0
1.04
Fluoride(k)
50
55
FluorideC t )
250
240
96
/::
Fluoride(m)
1.0
1.05
105
/::
Sulfate(IC,u)
5.0
5.0
100
/::
Sulfate(v)
5.0
5.0
100
J-
5.0
5.5
110
Sulfate(p)
5.0
5.3
106
J_
5.0
5 .3
106
Sulfate(q)
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
5.1
102
Sulfate(w)
5.0
5.0
5.1
102
5.0
100
4.7
94
5.1
102
/..
* • «
Sulfate(f)
5.0
5.0
5.1
4.9
102
98
D-603
5.0
/: =
4
5.0
J
J
J
J
J
7
_ /
V::
Sulfate(x)
y
/
Table C-29.
Continued
Parameter ::
Water
mg/L
A s s o c i a t e d Samples See below
(ESM ID RANGE):
Matrix:
Units
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Sulfate(y)
20
18
90
20
21
105
Sulfate(z)
20
18
90
20
21
105
Sulfate(f,x)
5.0
4.6
• :=
92
5.0
4.6
92
Sulfate(w)
5.0
4.6
92
4.7
94
V ::
5.0
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s = 90-110%
Sample 2915
Samples 2 9 2 5 / 2929
Samples 2927-2928
Samples 3338-3339
Sample 3340
Sample 3341
Samples 2925, 2927-2929
Samples 3338-3340'
Samples 2915, 2933
Samples 2925, 2927 2929 Samples 2988-2989, 2992
Samples 3338-3341
Samples 2925, 2988
Sample 2927
Sample 2929
Samples 2928, 2930, 2933
Sample 2989
Samples 2915, 2928, 2930, 2933
Samples 2988-2989
Samples 2915, 2927
Sample 2925
Samples 3338, 3341
Sample 3339
Samples 2915, 2925, 2928, 2930
Samples 2927, 2929
D-604
/
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SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
ICP SERIAL DILUTIONS
INORGANICS
D-605
Table C-33. ICP S e r i a l D i l u t i o n s
Water
mg/L
Units: .
Matrix:
Parameter
: C o n t r o l : ESM Sample ID : Sample
Limits
Result
Potassium
90-110
2927
146
Magnesium
90-110
3338
<0.50
Calcium
90-110
3338
Potassium
90-110
3338(dup)
Sodium
90-110
3340
:
Dilution
Result
•
*
154
106
NA
NA
• 7.1
7.1
100
538
501
93
69,700
65,600
94
* %R = [(true value - amount found)/true value] x 100
•No s e r i a l d i l u t i o n s were performed f o r calcium and magnesium on the
2925-2929 batch due to low sample r e s u l t s .
D-606
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
LABORATORY DUPLICATES
INORGANICS/ORGANICS
D-607
Table C-3.
QC Summary —
Duplicate Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
ug/L
Extract
2910-2915
Units:
Matrix
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Arsenic
2914
200
<200
Barium
2914
200
<200
Cadmium
2914
50
<50
Chromium
2914
50
<50
•
Lead
2914
200
Me r c u r y
2914
Selenium
Silver
Parameter
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Result
Limit
(SR)
(QL)
: Duplicate :
(a)
Result
Calc
(DR)
RPD
<200
•
NC( b) /
<200
NC
<50
NC
<50
NC
<200
<200
NC
0 .30
<0.30
<0.30
NC
2914
200
<200
<200
NC
2914
50
<50
<50
NC
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
D-608
— /
/
r
/
i /
/
/
/
Table C-6.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample per batch received was analyzed as a laboratory
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e Percent Difference (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d according to the Contract Laboratory Program (CLP) Statement of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the table) where a p p l i cable or according to data q u a l i t y objectives i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g Procedures. Sample r e s u l t (SR), duplicate r e s u l t (DR) and calculated RPDs are l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
2910-2914;
2916-2917
Associated Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
"Parameter
Soil
mg/kg
Matrix:
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
Units:
: Sample
: Duplicate
:
(a)
Calc
RPD
Result
(DR)
Result
(SR)
Limit
• (QL)
/
Arsenic
2913
2.0
NC(b)/
<
:
n
/
:
Sodium
2916
200
Fluoride
2916
1.0
673
j
673 /
F l u o r i d e (c)
2916 /
1.0
673 J
980 /
Sulfate
2913
500
29,600 j
3330 /
:
TotCyanide
2916
0 . 50
/
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2916
0.50
RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
RPD not c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
Leaching d u p l i c a t e
High RPD due to sample inhomogeneity
D-609
/ :
13.0
/ :
3.98 /
Si
3660 /
:
13.7 /
:
FreeCyanide
30 , 700 y
3.94 /
y
,r
Table C-10.
QC Summary —
Duplicate Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) ana c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
2925-2930
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:,
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Result
Limit
(SR)
(QL)
(a)
: Duplicate :
. Calc
Result
RPD
(DR)
Calcium
2929
5.0
<5.0
<5.0
NC (b)
Magnesium
2929
5.0
<5.0
<5.0
Potassium
2929
10
104
105
<1%
Sodium
2929
1.0
37,300
37 ,200
<1%
Chloride
2929
52
645
645
0%
Fluoride
2929
1.6
4650
4590
1%
Fluoride
2929
1.0
5750
5620
2%
Sulfate
2929
2.0
11,800
11,800
0%
Sulfate
2929
5.0
12,000
11,500
4%
Bicarbonate
alkalinity
2929
10
16,000
15,500
3%
10
46,500
46,000
<1%
NC
:
Carbonate
alkalinity
2929
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DRJ/2] X 100
(b) RPD not c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
D-610
Table C-14.
QC Summary —
Duplicate Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was a n a l y z e d as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment o f Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e . R e q u i r e d RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
Parameter
mg/kg
Soil
2934-2942
Units
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Result
Limit •
(SR)
(QL)
: Duplicate
Result
(DR)
(a)
Calc
RPD
Sodium
2939
200
6690
6310
6%
Fluoride
2939
.1-0 •
1330
1300
2%
Fluoride(b)
2939
1.0
1330
Tot
Cyanide
2939
0.50
16.7
17.6
FreeCyanide
2939
0.50
4.76
4.41
r
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) L e a c h i n g d u p l i c a t e
(c) High RPD due t o i n h o m o g e n e i t y o f sample
D-611
816 •
48%(c)
8%
if
Table C-17.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t Laboratory Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
2988-2989
Water
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
Lab ID
Matrix:
Quantitation
Limit
(QL)
mg/L
Units:
Sample
Resul.t
(SR)
Duplicate
Result
(DR)
Sodium
2989
1.0
2550
2270
Fluoride
2989
1.0
• 120
121
* RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
D-612
Calc
RPD
12%
Table C-20
QC Summary — Duplicate Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t Laboratory Program (CLP) Statement o f work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e o r a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P o c e d u r e s . S a m p l e r e J u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and calcu l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the. t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
9
2990-2991 ;
2993-2995
Units
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
mg/kg
Soil
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n :
Limit
(QL)
Sodium
2995
200
TotCyanide
2995
FreeCyanide
2995
Sample
Result
(SR)
: Duplicate
Result
(DR)
10,900
11,900
0.50
19.2
18 .9
0 .50
5.2
* RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
D-613
4. 9
Calc
RPD
2%
6%
y/
Table C-23. QC Summary —
Duplicate Analysis
One sample per batch received was analyzed as a laboratory
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e Percent Difference (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d according to the Contract Laboratory Program (CLP) Statement of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the table) where a p p l i cable or according to data q u a l i t y objectives i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g Procedures. Sample r e s u l t (SR), duplicate r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c ulated RPDs are l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
Water
3338-3341
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
mg/L
Units:
Matrix
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Limit
Result
(QL)
(SR)
(a)
: Duplicate :
Calc
Result
RPD
(DR)
Calcium
3338
5.00
7.10
6.74
5%
Magnesium
3338
5.00
<5.00
<5.00
NC (b)
Potassium
3338
10.0
606
538
Sodium
3338
10.0
79,200
68,100
Chloride
3338
1.0
3140
3237
3%
Fluo r i d e
3338
1.6
8440
8420
<1%
Fluoride
3338
1.0
8000
7500
6%
Sulfate
3338
2.0
40,900
40,800
<1%
Sulfate
3338
5.0
30,800
32,000
4%
Bicarbonate
alkalinity
3338
5.0
63,500
55,800
13%
Carbonate
alkalinity
3338
5.0
76,500
75,000
2%
TotCyanide
3338
0 .010
1090 .
FreeCyanide
3338
0.010
77.2
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD not c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
D-614
12%
15%
989
9%
74.5
4%
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
MATRIX SPIKES - INORGANICS
D-615
Table C-4.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the. t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent r e c o v e r y (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Extract
Matrix:
Parameter
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2910-2915
(ESM ID RANGE):
ug/L
Units:
: Lab : C o n t r o l - : S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
Limits
Result .
Result
ID
Spike
Added
%R
Arsenic
2914
75- 125
481
0
500
96 /
Barium
2914
75- 125
498
40
500
90
Cadmium
2914
75- 125
453
0
500
V
91
V
Chromium
2914
75- 125
467
0
500
93
Lead
2914
75- 125
479
0
500
96 /
Me r c u r y
2914
75- 125
2.97
0
2.86
104 /
Selenium
2914
75- 125
506
0
500
101 J
Silver
2914
75- 125
428
0
500
86
* %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] X *"
D-616
/
J
J
Table C-7.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent r e c o v e r y (%R), and
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
2910-2914;
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2916-2917
(ESM ID RANGE):
Soil
Matrix
S p i k e d Sample :. Sample
Result
Result
mg/L
Units
:
Spike
Added
(a:
%R
0.040
87 /
Paramete r
Lab
ID
Control
Limits
Arsenic
2910
75--125
0.060
0. 025
Sodium
2910
75--125
47
5 .2
40
Fluoride
2910
85--115
12.5
.8.6
4.0
S u l f a t e ( I C ) 2910
85--115
19
9 .9
10
Sulfate
2910
85--115
30
.98
•o
20
TotCyanide
2910
75--125
0.868
0 .399
0.400
117
FreeCyanide 2910
75--125
0.318
0. 026
0.400
73 (c
(a) %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) High s p i k e r e c o v e r y due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
(c) Low s p i k e r e c o v e r y due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
D-617
ToT>
ssy
145(b/^_
y
Table C - l l .
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample per b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent recovery (%R), and
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2925-2930
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l
ID
Limi ts
Chloride
mg/L
Units:
: S p i k e d Sample : Sample : Spike
Result
Result
Added
:
(a
%R
2927
85 -115
91.4
18.1
72.5
104
F l u o r i d e ( I C )2927
85 -115
13
3.2
10
98
Fluoride
2927
85 -115
324
293
5.0
S u l f a t e ( I C ) 2927
85 -115
12
2.4
10
96
Sulfate
85 -115
32
21
10
110
2927
(a) %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] X 100
(b) Sample c o n c e n t r a t i o n >4x SA, %R not c a l c u l a t e d
'j
D-618
(b)
Table C - l 5 . QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y («R), and
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Soil
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2935- 2942
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l
Limits
ID
mg/L
Units:- ~
: S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
Result
Result
Spike
Added
:
(a
%R
n c
64
26
2934
75-125
^-Fluoride
2935
85-115
. ....... 8L:
2935 " 75-125
, 0.403
0.054
0.400
75-125
0.418
0.011
0.400
•TotCyanide
FreeCyanide 29 3 5"
•
17 .
(b)
4.0
'~8T>
:
(a) %R = [ (SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) Sample c o n c e n t r a t i o n >4x SA, %R n o t c a l c u l a t e d
D-619
J
40
Sodium
Table C-18.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
One sample per b a t c h was s p i k e d and analyzed f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent recovery (%R), and
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Matrix:
(ESM ID RANGE):
Units:
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
ID
Limits
Result
Result
Sodium
2989
75-125
Fluoride
2988
85-115
Fluoride
2988
85-115
;
: fa)
%R
43
26
20
88~~
12
177
10
ToT"
10
[b]
Tl8
108
(a) %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) Sample c o n c e n t r a t i o n >4x SA, IR not c a l c u l a t e d
D-620
Spike
Added
Table C-21.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
One sample per b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
1
Soil
Matrix:
"
2990-2991,—
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2993-2995
(ESM ID RANGE):
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : Spiked Sample : Sample :
ID
Limits
Result
Result '
Sodium
~~65
26
:
Spike
Added
96
75-125
TotCyanide'~2990'
75-125
0.509
0.299
0.016-
^~TbT
FreeCyanide~2990*
75-125
67521
0.326
0.400
^49(c)
D-621
:
(
%R
2990
(a) %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) Sample c o n c e n t r a t i o n >4x SA, %R not c a l c u l a t e d
40
a
g
Table C-24.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent r e c o v e r y (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3338-3341
(ESM ID RANGE):
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : Spiked'Sample ; Sample :
ID
Limits
Result
Result
Spike
Added
:
(a
%R
Calcium
3340
75- 125
18 .0
0.25
20
89
Magnesium
3340
75- 125
17 .2
0.16
20
85
Potassium
3340
75- 125
33 .1
13.5
20
98
Sodium
3340
75- 125
206
109
100
97
Chloride
3340
75- 125
72 .5
6.0
71.5
92
Fluoride
3340
85- 115
12 .7
1.7
10
Fluoride
3340
75- 125
320
270
50
(b)
Sulfate
3340
85- 115
14 .3
4.8
10
95
Sulfate
3340
75- 125
33 .2
16.0
20
86
TotCyanide
3340
75- 125
0. 293
0.299
0.080
FreeCyanide 3340
75- 125
0. 176
0.0547
0.160
(a) %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) Sample c o n c e n t r a t i o n >4x SA, %R not c a l c u l a t e d
(c) Low s p i k e r e c o v e r y due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
D-622
110
0 ( ct
76
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
LABORATORY CONTROL SAMPLE (LCS)
INORGANICS
D-623
Table C-31.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Control Sample -
$<3%£-Matrix: & A X J ^
ug/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : True
Value
Limit
(ESM ID RANGE)
TotCyanide
2910-2914, 2916
2917
TotCyanide
TotCyanide
2934-2938, 2940
: Amount :
%R
Found
10
400
426
10
100
89
10
40Q
372
Tt
106 ^
89
/
93 ,
:
/
TotCyanide
2939, 2941-2942
10
400
345
86 .
TotCyanide
2990-2991,2994-2995
10
400
369
92
TotCyanide
2993
10
400
353
FreeCyanide 2910-2914,2916-291/
10
100
87
FreeCyanide 2934-2935,2939-2940
10
. 400
404
10
400
378
10
400
364
10
400
327
10
400
350
/
:
2936
FreeCyanide
FreeCyanide 2937-2938,2941-2942
2990
FreeCyanide
FreeCyanide
2991,
2993-2995
/
88y
%
. "V
. V
l0
"
/
nT
9
=V
8 8. /
ir
* %R = [ ( t r u e * v a l u e - amount found)/true value] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s = 80-120%
D-624
Table C-32.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Control Sample
ug/L
Water
Units:
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
Limit
(ESM ID RANGE)
*
: True : Amount :
%R
Found
Value
TotCyanide
2915
10
100
89
89
TotCyanide
2933
10
4 0 0-
372
93
TotCyanide
2988-2989/ 2992
10
400
352
88
TotCyanide
3338-3341
10
400
376
94
FreeCyanide
2915
10
100
89
89
FreeCyanide
2933
10
400
378
FreeCyanide
2988-2989, 2992
10
400
368
92
FreeCyanide
3338-3341
10
400
374
94
Sodium
2925-2930,2988-2989
1000
50,000
48,700
97
Sodium
3338-3341
1000
50,000
53,800
108
* %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount found)/true value] x 100
Control l i m i t s - 80-120%
D-625
Table C-30.
L a b o r a t o r y C o n t r o l Samples.
S o i l and Water
Matrix:
ug/L
Units:
-
Parameter : C o n t r o l : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : True : Amount :
(ESM ID RANGE)
Found
Limi ts
Value
%R
TotCyanide
80-120
2910-2914; 2916
400
409
102
TotCyanide
80-120
2917
50
50
100
TotCyanide
80-120
2933-2938
50
45
TotCyanide
80-120
2939-2942
400
412
103
V
TotCyanide
80-120
2988-2993
400
398
99
V
TotCyanide
80-120
2994-2995
400
398
.• 99/
TotCyanide
80-120
3338-3341
200
212
FreeCyanide
80-120 •"
2910-2917
50
50
FreeCyanide
80-120
2933, 2936
50
45
90 . J
FreeCyanide
80-120
2934-2935
200
203
102 V
FreeCyanide
80-120
2937-2938,2940-2942
400
361
90
FreeCyanide
80-120
2939
200
203
102
j
FreeCyanide
80-120
2988-2993
400
406
102
/
v~~
FreeCyanide
80-120
2994-2995
400
391
98
FreeCyanide
80-120
3338-3339, 3341
200
212
106
FreeCyanide
80-120
3340
200
190
95
Chloride
80-120
2925-2930
886
903
102
Chloride
80-120
3338-3341
886
813
92
Alkalinity
80-120
2925-2930
2500
2350
94
Alkalinity
80-120
3338-3341
2500
2400
96
V
90 y
106 • •/
100
•J
J
/ -
<
/
/
</
J
y/
i/
i
* %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s . = 80-120%
D-626
J
D-627
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
POST DIGESTION SPIKE RECOVERIES
D-628
Table C-34.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s (Post
Soil
Matrix:
Digestion)
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 2910-2914
(ESM ID RANGE) : _
:
Paramete r : Lab : C o n t r o l
ID
Limi ts
ug/L
Units:
• S p i k e d Sample : Sample : S p i k e
Result
Result
Added
.
*
%R
Arsenic
2910
85-115
26.9
5.1
20
109
Arsenic
2911
85-115
26.5
5.5
20
105
Arsenic
2912
85-115
39.9
18.6
20
106
Arsenic
2913
85-115
25.2
4.3
20
104
Arsenic
2914
85-115
23.1
3.4
20
98
* %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
D-629
Table C-35.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE):
(Post D i g e s t i o n )
2915
ug/L
Units:
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
ID
Limits
Result
Result
Arsenic
2915 . 85-115
22.0
* %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
D-630
0
Spike
Added
20
:
IR
110
SOILS AND SURFACE-WATER ANALYSIS
JUNE - AUGUST 1987
FIELD REPLICATE DATA COMPARISON
D-631
3/3
FIELD REPLICATE DATA COMPARISON
MARTIN MARIETTA - THE DALLES
QUALITY ASSURANCE REVIEW
SOIL AND SURFACE WATER
SAMPLES COLLECTED
JUNE-AUGUST 1987
Parameter
Sample
Replicate
RPD
Sample
Replicate
%
Sample ID:
Lab ID:
Matrix:
w
Total Cyanide
Free Cyanide
Fluoride
*Sulfate
Sodium
Arsenic
EP Tox Metals
% Solids
B/N
Sample ID:
Lab ID:
Matrix:
Total Cyanide
Free Cyanide
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Arsenic
EP Tox Metals
% Solids
B/N
LRBSC
2911
Soil
7.4
0.80
1830
3440
12400
<11
BDL
93
S o i l Rep IE
2913
Soil
3.8
0.68
1510
3330
11600
<11
BDL
93
64.2
16.2
19.2
3.2
6.7
NC
NC
0
RPD
%
PHASC
2916
Soil
14
4.0
673
S o i l Rep2
2917
Soil
16
4.8
898
13.3
18.2
28.6
29,600
28,600
3.4
see attached
MDASG
2935
Soil
1.5
<0.52
856
S o i l Rep3R
2947
Soil
2.3
<0.52
7.4
49,800
50,000
42.1
NC
18.1
BRASC
2934
Soil
17
17
808
S o i l Rep4R
2942
Soil
26
12
869
41.2
34.4
7.3
0.4
51,800
36,4000
34.9
Observations and Conclusions:
High r e l a t i v e percent differences (RPD) are common i n s o i l sample r e p l i cates because of sample d i f f e r e n c e s .
Generally a l l samples show good
agreement and do not i n v a l i d a t e data.
D-632
F i e l d Replicate Data Comparison (continued)
Sample
Parameter
Replicate
RPD
%
Sample ID:
Lab ID:
PHASCS
2916
S o i l Rep2
2917
114,000
989,000
778,000
1.8 x 10
466,000
872,000
274,000
1.6 x 10
559,000
696,000
893,000
91,300
820,000
585,000
1.5 x 10
700,000
815,000
451,000
1.2 x 10
444,000
553,000
783,000
Base/Neutral
Extractables:
Acenaphthene
Benzo(a)Anthracene
Benzo(a)Tyrene
Benzo(b&k)Fluoranthenes
Benzo(g,h,i)Perylene
Chrysene
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene
Fiuoranthene
Indeno(l,2,3-ch)Pyrene
Phenanthrene
Pyrene
22. 1
18.7
28. 3
18.2
40. 1
6. 6
48.8
28.6
22.9
22.9
13. 1
270. 3
Average RPD=24.6%
Observations and Conclusions
High r e l a t i v e percent differences (RPD) are common i n s o i l sample
r e p l i c a t e s because of i n t r i n s i c sample differences. However, both
samples above show good agreement and the average RPD i s acceptable.
D-633
F i e l d Replicate Data Comparison (continued)
Parameter
Sample
Replicate
RPD
%
LDGWG
2929
Surface
Water
,
37.3 x 1 0
5,750
12,000
NT
NT
<5,000
<5,000
104,000
645
16,000
46,500
BDL
Sample ID:
Lab ID:
Matrix:
b
Sodium
Fluoride (ISE)
Sulfate (Turb)
Total Cyanide
Free Cyanide
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Chloride
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
V o l a t i l e Organics
B/N/A
DLSW Rep IE
2925
S u r f a c e Water
/•
37.6 x 10°
5,400
11,000
NT
NT
<5,000
<5,000
98,200
748
15,000
47,500
BDL '
0.8%
6.2
8. 7
N?/
NC
5.7
14.8
6.5
2. 1
NC
see attached
<DBWG Repeat DLSW-ReplE
Repeat
3338
3339
Surface
Surface Water
Water
Sample ID:
Lab ID:
Matrix:
79.2 x 10
8,000
39,900
1.09 x 10
77,200
7,100
<5,000
606,000
3,140
63,500
76,500
BDL
BDL
Sodium
Fluoride (ISE)
Sulfate (Turb)
Total Cyanide
Free Cyanide
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Chloride
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
V o l a t i l e Organics
B/N/A
c
l
99.8 x 10
7,750
42,300
1.28 x 10
59,700
16,400
<5,000
798,000
3,430
36,000
73,000
BDL
BDL
l
c
23.0
3. 2
5.8
16.0
25. 6
79. 1
NC
27.3
8.8
55.2
4.7
NC
NC
1/
NT = Not tested because holding times were exceeded
2/
BDL = Below detection l i m i t
3/
NC = RPD not c a l c u l a t e d
Observations and Conclusions:
High RPD are common i n s o i l sample r e p l i c a t e s because of i n t r i n s i c
sample d i f f e r e n c e s .
D-634
F i e l d Replicate Data Comparison (continued)
Parameter
Sample
Sample
Replicate
RPD
%
L D A W G
Sample ID*
Lab ID: '
2927
Surface
Water
M a t r i x :
LDBWG
DLSW-ReplE
2929
2925
Surface Surface
Water
Water
Base/Neutral
Extractables
Units
Benzo(b&k) Fluoranthenes
Chrysene
Bis (2 e t h y l h e x y l ) phthala
Fiuoranthene
Pyrene
ug/L
23
24
77
<20
21
<20
ug/L
<20
<2025
<20
28
<20
<20
ug/L
41
4.0
64
<20
32
25
56.2
18.4
41.5
Benzo(a)anthracene
Obervations and Conclusions:
(1)
R e p l i c a t e sample DLSW-ReplE i s supposed to be a r e p l i c a t e of
LDGWG. However, the data comparison i s more f a v o r a b l e f o r
LDAWG. This suggests a m i s i d e n t i f i c a t i o n occurred. Review of
o t h e r parameters suggests t h i s e r r o r only o c c u r r e d i n the
e x t r a c t i o n laboratory. (See Laboratory Data V a l i d a t i o n )
(2)
The d a i l y lab e x t r a c t i o n blank (BLK0625W) showed 43ppb of Bis (2
e t h y l h e x y l ) phthalate suggesting LDAWG and DLSW Rep IE may have
a l s o been contaminated with t h i s compound during e x t r a c t i o n .
(See Laboratory Data V a l i d a t i o n )
(3)
RPD i s between LDAWG and DLSW - Rep IE.
D-635
574/4
LABORATORY DATA VALIDATION OF
ANAYTICAL DATA FOR GROUND-WATER
SAMPLES COLLECTED BETWEEN 27 JULY AND 1 SEPTEMBER 1987
AT MARTIN MARIETTA ALUMINUM REDUCTION PLANT
THE DALLES, OREGON
D-636
573/lla
REPORT SUMMARY
This report presents
surface
water
samples
Aluminum R e d u c t i o n
remedial
a n a l y t i c a l data f o r groundwater and
collected
investigation/feasibility
Versar,
Laboratory
according
Inc.,
study
work
t h e work
Environmental
presented
being
Chemistry
i n this
t o t h e "Task O r d e r f o r L a b o r a t o r y
(Contract
plan
I n c . , J u l y through September
ESM O p e r a t i o n s
performed
901-999-701"
Marietta
P l a n t , The D a l l e s , Oregon as p a r t o f the
c o n d u c t e d by Geraghty & M i l l e r ,
1987.
a t the M a r t i n
report
S e r v i c e s No.
No. 87-ETMF-002 w i t h
Martin
Marietta
protocols
i n Task
Corporation).
Quality
control
9 0 1 - 9 9 9 - 7 0 1 were a d h e r e d
the
following tables.
employed
specified
Order
t o and r e s u l t s a r e p r e s e n t e d i n
EPA-CLP q u a l i t y
f o r t h e r e s p e c t i v e methods.
q u a n t i t a t i o n are a l s o l i s t e d .
control limits
Laboratory
were
l e v e l s of
A l l sample h o l d i n g times were
met.
QUALITY ASSURANCE SUMMARY
1.
Due t o d i f f i c u l t i e s
3458-3465
during
f o r chloride
(titrimetric),
a n a l y s i s of samples
using
EPA
Method
325.3
t h e r e s u l t s r e p o r t e d i n the data and
QC t a b l e s a r e t h o s e
c o l l e c t e d using
300.0 (Ion chromatograph).
D-637
EPA Method
2.
Quality control outliers
( i . e . , percent
for
spikes
percent
for
d u p l i c a t e s ) due to matrix
found
and r e l a t i v e
f o r the samples
outliers
persistent
QC
outlier
difference. (RPD)
interferences were
listed
have been v e r i f i e d
recoveries
below.
Most QC
by r e a n a l y s i s ; the
indicates
matrix
interferences.
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
Parameter
Free cyanide
Total cyanide
Total cyanide
Fluoride (IC)
Sulfate (IC)
Total cyanide
3.
3311- -3314
3315- -3320
3334--3337
3458 -3465
3458 -3465
3567 -3577
QC O u t l i e r
Low spike
High RPD
Low spike
High spike
Low spike
Low spike
recovery
recovery
recovery
recovery
recovery
The Level of Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) f o r c h l o r i d e (using
EPA Method 325.3) v a r i e s with the normality of the
titrant.
A new LOQ i s e s t a b l i s h e d when a new
t i t r a n t i s prepared and standardized.
D-638
Ground Water Analysis
J u l y - September 1987
Sample Master L i s t
D-639
Table 1.
T-L.
e „ ,ni<»«i received between 29 July and
^iLc^erlraT^nr^rrespondlng
laboratory t r . c K m ,
2 Septemb
numbers
5n
Martin Marietta
The Dalles
Sample ID
MWR-8B
MWR-8A
MWR-8A-FB
MWRep-4
MWR-6B
MW-12A
MWRep-3
MW-18A
MW-12B
MW-12B-FB
MW-13A
MW-13B
MW-14A
MW-14B
MW-17S
MW-19S
MWRep-7
MW-20S
MW-23S
MW-26S
MWRep 8
CCSWG-1
MW-4S
MW-22S
MWRep-9
MW-8S
MW-24S
MW-24S-FB
MWRep-5
MW-9S
MWR-9A
MW-15S
MW-27S
7/27/87
7/28/87
7/28/87
7/28/87
7/28/87
7/28/87
7/28/87
7/29/87
7/29/87
7/29/87
7/29/87
7/30/87
7/29/87
7/29/87
7/30/87
7/30/87
7/30/87
7/30/87
7/31/87
7/31/87
7/30/87
8/2/87
8/2/87
8/2/87
8/2/87
8/3/87
8/3/87
8/3/87
8/4/87
8/4/87
8/4/87
8/3/87
8/3/87
Versar, Inc.
ESM Operations
b
Lab ID( )
Lab ID( -
870729-008
870729-009
870729-010
870729- 011
870730- 001
870730-002
870730-003
870730-004
870730-005
870730- 006
870731- 001
870731-002
870731-003
870731-004
870731-005
870731-006
870731-007
870803-001
870803-002
870803-003
870803- 004
870804- 012
870804-013
870804-014
870804- 015
870805- 001
870805-002
870805-003
870805-004
870805-005
870805-006
870805-007
870805-008
3311
3312
3313
3314
3315
3316
3317 .
3318
3319
3320
3327
3328
3329
3330
3331
3332
3333
3334
3335
3336
3337
3342
3343
3344
3345
3458
3459
3460
3461
3462
3463
3464
3465
a
(a) rjsed for inorganics data tables.
.
(b) u ed for organic data tables and a l l QC tables
t a b l e s
S
D-640
able 1.
Continued
Martin M a r i e t t a
The D a l l e s
Sample ID
MW-24A
MW-6AA
MW-6AA-FB
Chenowith #1
Chenowith #3
MWR-3B
MW-4B
MWRep-1
MWR-7B
MW-18B
MW-18B-FB
MWR-1A
MWR-2B
MWR-2A
MWR-9B
MWR-1B
1W-26B
Trip Blank #1
Residence
MWRep-15
MW-16B
MW-32S
MWRep-16
MW-15S
MW-30S
CCSWG-2
MW-33A
MW-33B
MW-34B
CRSWG-1
MW-27B
MW-27B-FB
MW-34A
MW-8B Pump Test
MW-31S
Replicate
Leachate
MWR-8B Pump Test
MWR-8B Pump Test
Hold Tank
8/12/87
8/12/87
8/12/87
8/13/87
8/13/87
8/13/87
8/13/87
8/16/87
• 8/16/87
8/17/87
8/17/87
8/16/87
8/16/87
8/15/87
8/15/87
8/17/87
8/20/87
6/12/87
8/19/87
8/19/87
8/23/87
8/24/87
8/24/87
8/20/87
8/24/87
8/24/87
8/24/87
8/24/87
8/25/87
8/25/87
8/26/87
8/26/87
8/27/87
8/27/87
8/27/87
8/27/87
8/27/87
8/29/87
8/30/87
9/1/87
V e r s a r , Inc.
ESM Operations
7—
~
777
Lab ID< >
Lab ID< >
a
870817 001
870817-002
870817 003
870817-004
870817-005
870817- 006
870817--007
870818--003
870818--004
870818--005
870818--006
870818--007
870818--008
870818--009
870818--010
870820--001
870825--001
870825--002
870825--003
870825--004
870825--008
870825--009
870825--010
870825--011
870827--001
870827--002
870827--003
870827--004
870827--005
870827--006
870831--001
870831--002
870831-003
870831-004
870831-026
870831-027
870831-028
870901-025
870901-026
870902-001
D-641
b
3617
3618
3619
3620
3621
3622
3623
3626
3627
3628
3629
3630
3631
3632
3633
3648
3666
3661
3668
3669
3673
3674
3675
3676
3684
3685
3686
3687
3688
3689
3690
3691
3692
3693
3715
3716
3717
3742
3743
3744
r
Table 1.
Continued
Versar, Inc.
ESM Operations
Martin Marietta
The Dalles
Sample ID
MW-2S
MW-2S-FB
MWR-7A
MW-21S
MW-20A
MW-20A-FB
Trip Blank 13
MW-21S-FB
MW-1OA
Rec Well
MW-SA
MW-28S
MWRep-10
MW-3S-FB
MWRep-2
MW-3S
MW-5S
MWR-4A
MW-4A-FB
MW-1ID
MW-18S
MWR-3A
MW-25S
MW-29S
MWRep-6
PW-3
PW-4
MWRep-11
PW-4-FB
MW-26A
MW-27A
MW-16A-FB
MWRep-14
• PW-1
MW-16A
MW-16D
AS-FB
MWRep-12
MW-15A
MW-15B
Animal Shelter
Rockline
Mt. F i r Lumber
Klindt
8/4/87
8/4/87
8/5/87
8/5/87
8/5/87
8/5/87
6/12/87
8/5/87
8/6/87
8/6/87
8/7/87
8/7/87
8/8/87
8/9/87
8/9/87
8/9/87
8/9/87
8/9/87
8/9/87
8/8/87
8/8/87
8/9/87
8/8/87
8/8/87
8/8/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/10/87
8/10/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
8/11/87
D-642
fa
Lab ID(a)
Lab ID( )
870806-019
870806-020
870806- 021
870807- 001
870807-002
870807-003
870807-004
870810-018
870810-019
870810-020
870810-021
870810- 022
870811- 001
870811-002
870811-003
870811-004
870811-005
870811-006
870811-007
870811-008
870811-009
870811-010
870811-011
870811-012
870811- 013
870812- 023
870812-024
870812-025
870812-026
870812-027
870812-028
870812-029
870812-030
870812-031
870812-032
870812- 033
870813- 007
870813-008
870813-009
870813-010
870813-011
870813-012
870813-013
870813-014
3482
3483
3484
3485
3486
3487
3488
3527
3528
3529
3530
3531
3532
3533
3534
3535
3536
3537
3538
3539
3540
3541
3542
3543
3544
3567
3568
3569
3570
3571
3572
3573
3574
3575
3576
3577
3584
3585
3586
3587
3588
3589
3590
3591
573/9
LABORATORY DATA VALIDATION SUMMARY
MARTIN MARIETTA - THE DALLES
QUALITY ASSURANCE REVIEW
GROUND WATER
SAMPLES COLLECTED
JULY-SEPTEMBER 1987
DATA QUALIFIERS
Qualifier
J
J
UJ
Batch
A
J
Sample
MWR-8B
MWR-8A
MWR-8AFB
MW REP4
Lab
ID
3311
3312
Parameter
Explanation
Free Cyanide
Matrix Spike recovery too
low but >30%. Data biased
low
Total Cyanide
Lab Duplicate - high RPD but
<35%
3313
3314
J
J
J
J
J
J
B
MWR-6B
3315
MW-12A
3316
MW-Rep3 3317
MW-18A
3318
3319
MW-12B
MW-12B- 3320
FB
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
C
MW-13A
MW-13B
MW-14A
MW-14B
MW-17S
MW-19S
MW-Rep 7
3327
3328
3329
3330
3331
3332
3333
Sulfate
(Turbidimetric)
ICVS/CCVS - too low but
>50% - Data biased low
UJ
J
UJ
J
J
J
J
J
D
MW-20S
MW-23S
MW-26S
MW-Rep8
MW-20S
MW-23S
MW-26S
MW-Rep8
3334
3335
3336
3337
3334
3335
3336
3337
Total Cyanide
Matrix Spike - % R too low
but >30%. Data biased low
Sulfate
ICVS/CCVS - too low but
>50%. Data biased low
J
J
J
J
E
CCSWG-1
MW-45
MW-22S
MW-Rep 9
3342
3343
3344
3345
Sulfate
ICVS/CCVS - too low but >50%
Data biased low
D
D-643
Data Q u a l i f i e r s
Qualifier
(continued)
Batch
Sample
Lab
ID
Parameter
Explanation
UJ
UJ
UJ
UJ
J
J
UJ
J
UJ
J
UJ
J
PW-3
3567
PW-4
3568
MW-Rep11 3569
PW4-FB
3570
MW-26A 3571
MW-27A
3572
MW-16AFB 3573
MW-Rep14 3574
PW-1
3575
MW-16A 3576
MW-16D
3577
T o t a l Cyanide
Matrix Spike % R too low but
>30%. Data biased low
J
J
J
J
J
J
M
MWR-3B
3622
MW-4B
3623
MW-Rep1 3626
MWR-7B
3627
MW-18B
3628
MW-18B- 3629
FB
MWR-1A
3630
MWR-2B 3631
MWR-2A
3632
MWR-9B
3633
T o t a l Cyanide
Lab Duplicate - high RPD but
<35Z
J
J
J
J
D-644
Ground Water Analysis
J u l y - September 1987
Methods of Analysis
and
Levels of Quantitation
D-645
LEVELS OF QUANTITATION
FOR
INORGANIC ANALYSIS
Levels of Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) f o r inorganic
analyses
Volume bb, fages
— ,
LOQs f o r each sample w i l l vary depending on sample s i z e
required d i l u t i o n s , sample matrix, etc.
D-646
VERSAR INC., ESM OPERATIONS
LEVELS OF QUANTITATION
Parameter
: Method
:
LEVEL OF QUANTITATION
WATER :
(mg/L)
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
0.010
•
Free Cyanide
412H(1)
0.010
Fluoride
300 .0
1.6
Fluoride
340.2
1.0
Sulfate
375.4
5.0
Sulfate
300.0
2.0
Chloride
325.3
0.29(1)
Carbonate
403(2)
1.0
Bicarbonate
403
1.0
Sodium(tot)
200.7
1.0
Sodium(diss)
200.7
1.0
Calcium(diss)
200.7
0.50
Magnesium(diss)
200 .7
0.50
Potassium(diss)
200 .7
1.0
(1) LOQ f o r c h l o r i d e v a r i e s w i t h t h e n o r m a l i t y
(2) S t a n d a r d Methods
D-647
of the t i t r a n t .
LEVELS OF QUANTITATION
FOR
ORGANIC ANALYSIS
The L e v e l s o f Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) f o r the o r g a n i c a n a l y s e s
were d e t e r m i n e d u s i n g the p r o c e d u r e s p e c i f i e d i n the USEPA
C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program Statement o f Work, 7/85 R e v i s i o n
Page A-4, p a r a g r a p h c.
T h i s method r e q u i r e s the a n a l y s i s o f each compound i n t r i p l i c a t e a t a l e v e l e q u i v a l e n t t o 3 t o 5 times the C o n t r a c t
R e q u i r e d D e t e c t i o n L i m i t (now c a l l e d the C o n t r a c t R e q u i r e d
Q u a n t i t a t i o n L e v e l ) . The a c t u a l LOQs f o r each sample may
v a r y , however, dependent on how much sample was e x t r a c t e d
or a n a l y z e d , r e q u i r e d d i l u t i o n s , sample m a t r i x , e t c .
D-648
Table D-2.
Levels of quantitation for base/neutral acid
extractables i n an aqueous matrix
MATRIX:
UNITS:
UATER
UG/L
COMPOUNOS
1 0
Acenaphtha lene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
BenzoCa.Anthracene
8enzo<a)Pyrene
1 0
1 0
8
0
10
10
Benzo<b+K>Fluoranthenes
8enzo<g.h,1.Perylene
4-Bromopheny1-phenylether
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-Ch1 aro-3-Methylphenol
bis(2-Chloroethoxy)Methane
10
10
10
10
10
10
bis(2-Chloroethyl)Ether
bls < 2-Chloroisopropyl.Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chloropheno1
4-Chloropheny1-phenylether
Chrysene
10
10
10
10
10
1°
0l-n-8uty Iphthalate
Dl-n-Octyl Phthalate
DlbenzCa,h.Anthracene
1^2-Olchlorobenzene
1 ,*4-0 I ch lorobenzene
1 ]3-0 Ich lorobenzene
10
10
10
10
10
10
3, 3'-01chlorobenz 14 I ne
2,4-0 Ich loropheno I
Diethylphthalate
Olmethyl Phthalate
2,4-0tmethylphenoI
A,6-Olnltro-2-Methylphenol
20
10
10
10
10
50
2.4- 0 InItrophenoI
2, 4-01nItrotoluene
2.5- 0Inltroto 1 uene
1'2-0 Ipheny IhydrazIne
b'l s (2-Etr.y Ihexy 1 )Phtha I a te
Fiuoranthene
SO
1010
10
10
1°
D-649
Table D-2.
Continued
MATRIX:
UNITS:
UATER
UG/L
COMPOUNOS
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno(1, 2,3-cd)Pyrene
Isophorone
N-Nltroso-bl-n-Propylamtne
N-Nitrosodimethylam Ine
N-Nl trosod I ph'eny lamine
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
4-NItropheno I
2-Nitropheno 1
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
• Pyrene
•
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
10
1°
1°
5°
1 0
50
10
1 0
1°
1,2,4-Trlchlorobenzene
2,4,6-Tr1ch1oropheno 1
D-650
10
10
-•>
LABORATORY DATA VALIDATION
Note:
Any data q u a l i f i e r codes determined from t h i s
v a l i d a t i o n are l i s t e d i n the Data Q u a l i f i e r Table
for this section.
D-651
L a b o r a t o r y Data V a l i d a t i o n
M a r t i n M a r i e t t a - The D a l l e s
Q u a l i t y Assurance Review
Ground Water Samples C o l l e c t e d
J u l y - September 1987
H o l d i n g Times
Parameters:
~~
VOCs N
Chloride
Fluoride
Arsenic
Potassium
B/N _A_ A c i d s _A_ PCBs N_
_A_ T. Cyanide _A_ F. Cyanide A
A
Sulfate A
Sodium A
A
Calcium A
Magnesium A
A
Carbonate A
Bicarbonate A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
A l l QAPP and 40 CFR 136 s p e c i f i e d h o l d i n g
times met;
P -
Provisional:
Some QAPP and 40
h o l d i n g times met;
U -
Unacceptable:
A l l h o l d i n g times exceeded;
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e .
CFR
136
specified
Remarks:
All
samples p r e p a r e d / e x t r a c t e d
required holding times.
D-652
and
analyzed
within
Tibia
B-64.
VERSAR INC., ESM OPERATIONS
SAMPLE HOLDING TIME SUHHARY
PARAHETER
t
:
SAMPLE
ESM ID
:
:
SAMPLE
MATRIX
: COLLECTION
t
S A H P L E
D A T E S
t PREPARATION
I LAB RECEIPT
: EXTRACTION
: ANALYSIS
I
S
'
HOLDING TIME :
REQUIREMENT :
1 tt | l j | | t a
Chloride
3311-3314
water
7/27-28/87
7-29-87
NA
8-12-87
i. o
Chlorlda
3315-3320
water
7/28-29/87
7-30-87
NA
8-12-8 7
J i u3
a
Ii *o Clay
Chloride
3327-3333
uater
7/29-30/87
8-3-87
NA
8-25-87
A a u ay 3
Chlorlda
3334-3337
water
7-30-87
8-3-87
NA
8-2 5-87
1 fl A > w m
tio u l y 3
Chlorlda
3342-3345
water
8-2-87
8-4-87
NA
8-25-B7
Chlorlda
3458-3465
water
8/3-4/87
8-5-87
NA
8/19-20/87
1ft
1ft
a Ay 3
/line
A m if a
lo
aAy B
1ft
A m\i a
ti o
1ft
aAys
Aft\§ *
Chlorlda
3482-3488
water
B/4-5/87
8/6-7/87
NA
9-1-87
zo a A y 3
Chlorlda
3527-3531
water
8/5-7/87
8-10-87
NA
9-1-87
ti 0
Chlorlda
3532-3544
water
8/8-9/87
8-11-87
NA
9-1-8 7
1ft a
AA
>y
\r a
«i
<o
Chlorlda
3567-3577
water
8/10-11/87
8-12-87
NA
9-1-87
Chloride
3584-3591
water
8-11-87
8-13-87
HA
9-8-8 7
ti Q
Chloride
3417-3621
water
8/12-13/87
8-14-87
NA
9-8-87
1 ft A • mt «
ti a a A y s
Chlorlda
3622-3623
water
8-13-87
8-17-87
HA
9—8-87
Chloride
3626-3633
water
8/15-17/87
8-18-87
NA
9—8—8 7
1ft
if ft
«
t o rlaAay
a
water
8/17-20/87
8/20,24/87
NA
9—8—87
2 8 dtys
HA
9—6—8 7
2 8 dAy %
HA
9-8-81
*)ftrl jt if a
•Jft
3648,3666-3668
Chloride
3673-3675
wa t a r
8/23-24/81
4-25-87
Chloride
3684-3689
water
8/24-25/87
8-27-87
Chloride
3690-3693,3715
Chloride
NA= Not a p p l i c a b l e
!
rl a tr «
i o uAy a
It
Chloride
u Ay 3
1ft
ti Q
A
M\J
m
aiyi
li MM S.
uiy>
28 dAys
i
3742-3743
water
8/26-27/87
8-31-87
NA
9-8-81
water
8/29-30/87
9-1-87
NA
9-8-81
2 8 d*ys
1ft A*\r m
ti a
U Ay 9
Table B-65.
VERSAH INC., ESM OPERATIONS
SAMPLE HOLDINQ TIME SUHHARY
:
:
PARAMETER
SAHPLE
ESH ID
i
:
SAHPLE
HATRIX
: COLLECTION
•
S A H P L E
D A T E S
: PREPARATION
: LAB RECEIPT
; EXTRACTION
: ANALYSIS
:
HOLDING TIKE I
REQUIREMENT i
T o t a l Cyanlda
3311-3314
uater
7/27-28/87
7-29-87
7-31-87
8/5,8/87
14 days
T o t a l Cyanide
3315-3320
water
7/28-29/87
7-30-87
7/31;8-4-87
8/5,8/87
14 day s
T o t a l Cyanide
3327-3333
water
7/29-30/87
8-3-87
8/8,12/87
8/12-13/87
14 days
T o t a l Cyanide
3334-3337
uater
7-30-87
8-3-87
8-12-87
8-13-87
1
14J
Cyanide
3342-3345
uater
8-2-87
8-4-87
8-13-87
8-14-87
14 days
T o t a l Cyanide
3458-3465
uater
8/3-4/87
8-5-87
8-15-87
8-17-87
14 days
T o t a l Cyani de
3482-3488
uate r
8/4-5/87
8/6-7/87
8/16-17/87
8/17,19/8 7
14 days .
T o t a l Cyanide
3527-3531
uater
8/5-7/87
8-10-87
8/17-18/87
8/19-20/87
T o t a l Cyan i de
3532-3544
uater
8/8-9/87
8-11-87
8/18-20/87
8/20 , 2 2/87
A•««
X14i aays
T o t a l Cyanide
3567-3577
water
8/10-11/87
8-12-87
8/20-22/87
8/2 2-2 5/8 7
14 days
T o t a l Cyanide
3584-3591
water
8-11-87
8-13-87
8/22,25/87
8-2 5-8 7
14 aay a
Cyanide
3617-3621
water
8/12-13/87
8-14-87
8-26-87
8-26-87
14 d ay s
T o t a l Cyanide
3622-3623
uater
8-1J-87
8-17-87
8/26-27/87
8/26-2 7/81
X 4 aayo
T o t a l Cyanide
3626-3633
ua t e r
8/15-17/87
8-18-87
8/26-27/87
8/2 6—2 8/81
1J Hivi
14 u a y a
uater
8/17-20/87
8/20,24/87
8/28,31/87
8 — 2 8;9 —1-8 7
14 days
3673-3675
uater
8/23-24/87
8-25-87
8-31-87
9-1-8 7
14 d a y s
T o t a l Cyan 1de
3684-3689
uater
8/24-25/B7
8-27-87
9-1-87
9-4-8 7
14 days
T o t a l Cyanide
3690-3693,3715
uater
8/26-27/87
8-31-87
9-8-87
9-9-8 7
1i
14
T o t a l Cyanide
3742-3743
uater
8/29-30/87
9-1-87
9-11-87
9-11-87
1 4 d&ys
Total
1 A
1 J
3648,3666-3668
T o t a l Cyanide
T o t a l Cyanide
UK" Not a p p l i c a b l e
1
A m\t m
14 aay a
1i
Total
Aa
• tr
a
y c&
Hrnri
A MM *
Hivi
a ay a
T a b l e B-66.
VERSAR I N C . , ESH OPERATIONS
SAHPLE HOLDING TIHE SUHHARY
HOLDING TIHE
REQUIREMENT
Table B-67.
VERSAB INC., ESH OPERATIONS
SAHPLE HOLDING TIHE SUHHARY
PARAHETER
:
SAHPLE
ESH ID
SAHPLE
HATRIX
1 COLLECTION
:
S A H P L E
D A T E S
: PREPARATION
: LAB RECEIPT
: EXTRACTION
: ANALYSIS
i
• >
:
HOLDINd TIHE S
REQUIREMENT :
Fluoride (IC)
3311-3314
utter
7/27-28/87
7-29-87
HA
8-10-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3315-3320
wa t e r
7/28-29/87
7-30-87
NA
8-11-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3327-3333
uate r
7/29-30/87
8-3-87
NA
8-12-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3334-3337
uater
7-30-87
8-3-87
NA
8-12-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3342-3345
ua t e r
8-2-87
8-4-87
NA
8-13-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3456-3465
uater
8/3-4/87
8-5-87
HA
8/19-21/87
28 days
Fluoride
(ic) •
3482-3488
uater
8/4-5/87
8/6-7/87
NA
8/19-20/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3527-3531
uater
8/5-7/87
8-10-87
NA
8/21,24/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3532-3544
uater
8/8-9/87
8-11-87
NA
8/31;
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3567-3577
water
8/10-11/87
8-12-87
NA
9/1-4/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3584-3591
water
8-11-87
8-13-87
NA
9/3-4/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3617-3621
water
8/12 13/87
8-14-87
NA
9-8-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3622-3623
uate r
8-13-87
8-17-87
HA
9-8-87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3626-3633
water
8/15-17/87
8-18-87
NA
9/8-10/87
2 8 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3648,3666-3668
uater
8/17-20/87
8/20,24/87
NA
9/9-10/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3673-3675
uater
8/23-24/87
8-25-87
NA
9/9-10/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3684-3689
uater
8/24-25/87
8-27-87
NA
9/9,14/87
28 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3690-3693,3715
uater
8/26-27/87
8-31-87
NA
9/14-15/87
2 8 days
Fluoride
(IC)
3742-3743
water
8/29-30/87
9-1-87
NA
9/14-15/87
28 days
HA' Not a p p l i c a b l a
T
9-1-87
Teble B-6B.
VERSAR INC., ESH OPERATIONS
SAHPLE HOLDING TIHE SUHHARY
:
"
PARAHETER
"Fluoride (ISE!
"Fluoride (ISEl
"Fluoride (ISE)
Fluoride (ISE|
SAHPLE
ESH ID
SAHPLE
HATRIX
"
1 COLLECTION
:
s
S A H P L E
DATE
. LAB RECEIPT
.^ J ^ " ™
. XHXLYSIS
'
;
1 HOLDING TIHE I
,
REQUIREMENT .
Table B-69.
VERSAR INC., ESH OPERATIONS
SAMPLE HOLDING TIHE SUMMARY
PARAHETER
SAHPLE
ESH ID
i
:
SAHPLE
HATRIX
:
: COLLECTION
D A T E S
S A M P L E
: LAB RECEIPT
: PREPARATION
I EXTRACTION
:
i
:
HOLDING TIHE :
REQUIREMENT :
NA
8-10-67
28 days
7-30-87
NA
8-11-87
28 days
7/29-30/87
8-3-87
NA
8-12-87
28 days
water
7-30-87
8-3-87
NA
8-12-87
28 days
3342-3345
water
8-2-87
8-4-87
NA
8-13-87
28 days
Sulfate(IC)
345S-3465
water
8/3-4/87
8-5-B7
NA
8/19-21/87
28 days
Sulfate(IC)
3482-3488
wa t e r
8/4-5/87
8/6-7/87
HA
6/19-20/87
28 days
water
7/27-28/87
S u l c a t a (IC)
3311-3314
Sulcata(IC)
3315-3320
water
7/28-29/87
Sulfate(IC)
3327-3333
water
Sulcata!IC)
3334-3337
Sulfate(IC)
7-29-87
: ANALYSIS
Sulfate(IC)
3527-3531
water
8/5-7/87
8-10-87
NA
6/21,24/87
28 days
1 i
OV S u l f a t a ( I C )
(Ji
3532-3544
water
8/8-9/87
8-11-87
NA
8/24;9-l-87
28 days
CO S u l f a t e ( I C )
3567-3577
wa te r
8/10-11/87
8-12-87
HA
9/1-4/87
28 days
Sulfate(IC)
3584-3591
wa te r
8-11-87
8-13-87
HA
9/3-4/87
28 days
Sulfate(IC)
3617-3621
wa t e r
8/12-13/87
8-14-87
NA
9-8-87
28 days
Sulfate(IC)
3622-3623
water
8-13-87
8-17-87
NA
9-8-87
26 days
Sulfate(IC)
3626-3633
water
8/15-17/87
8-18-87
HA
9/8-10/87
28 days
wa t a r
8/17-20/87
8/20,24/87
HA
9/9-10/67
28 days
D
Sulfate(IC)
3673-3675
wa t a r
8/23-24/87
8-25-87
NA
9/9-10/87
28 days
Sulfate(IC)
3684-3689
wate r
8/24-25/87
8-27-87
NA
9/9-14/87
2 8 days
Sulfate(IC)
3690-3693,3715
water
8/26-27/87
6-31-87
HA
9/14-15/87
2 6 days
9-1-87
NA
9/14-15/87
2 8 days
NA = Not a p p l i c a b l e
I
• "i
3^48,3666-3668
Sulfate(IC)
Sulfate(IC)
i
i
:
3742-3743
uater
8/29-30/87
VERSAR I M C . ESM OPERATIONS
SAMPLE HOLDING TIME SUHMARY
•
'', COLLECTION
I
SulfatelTumi
Sulfat«(TUtD|
' HA= Not s p p l I c a D H )
, i
' • 'i
r J'XB
n r RECEIPT
r n
.
RECEI PT
DATES
:
. PREPARATION
-
I ANALYSIS
HOLDING TIME »
REQUIREMENT :
Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
GC/MS Tuning and Performance
Parameters:
VOCs (BFB) _N_
B/N/A (DFTPP)
A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
A l l criteria
quality;
P -
Provisional:
A l l criteria
not met,
spectra
reasonable q u a l i t y ; data u s e a b l e ;
U -
Unacceptable:
Criteria
not met, s p e c t r a
q u a l i t y , data unuseable.
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e .
Remarks:
See a t t a c h e d .
D-660
met;
spectra
of
of
good
of
poor
Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
ini
t i a l and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n checks - O r g a n i c s
Parameters:
VOCS
N
B/N _A_
A c i d s _A_
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
A l l c r i t e r i a met;
P -
Provisional:
Some c r i t e r i a met, data u s e a b l e ;
U -
unacceptable:
Criteria
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e .
not met, data
unuseable;
Remarks:
A l l SPCC and CCC compounds w i t h i n acceptance
D-661
criteria
Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
L a b o r a t o r y B l a n k s - Organics and I n o r g a n i c s
Parameters:
VOCs N
B/N
Chloride
A
Fluoride
A
Magnesium
A_
(Dissolved) A
\
Acids
A
A l k a l i n i t y __A
F. Cyanide _A
Cyanide
A
Calcium
A
Sulfate
A
A
Sodium
Potassium
Sodium ( T o t a l ) '
Criteria
A -
Acceptable:
No contaminants above minimum d e t e c t i o n
limits,
no
interference with
sample
r e s u l t s , a p p r o p r i a t e blank used f o r each
GC/MS system and e x t r a c t i o n method;
P -
Provisional
Contaminants p r e s e n t , but minimal
f e r e n c e w i t h sample r e s u l t s ;
U -
Unacceptable
Gross
contamination,
too much
interf e r e n c e t o use data f o r c e r t a i n compounds
or
the
entire
fraction;
appropriate
b l a n k s not a n a l y z e d ;
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e .
Remarks
None.
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inter-
Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
Surrogate
Parameters:
VOCs
N
B/N
Spike R e s u l t s
A
Acids
A
(General)
Criteria
V a l i d Performance:
recoveries
within
QC
All
surrogate
PCE
limits
(VOCs,
BNAs,
PCBs)
or
one
or QC l i m i t s per r:
s u r r o g a t e out of
fraction
bbut
u t % r e c o v e r vy >10% (BNAs,
(BNAs. PCBs);
PCBs);
I n v a l i d Performance: VOC - one or more s u r r o g a t e s out of QC
limits;
BNA
or PCB - two or more
s u r r o g a t e s out of QC l i m i t s per f r a c t i o n
or one s u r r o g a t e out of QC l i m i t s but %
R <10%.
A.
I n d i v i d u a l Sample F l a g g i n g C r i t e r i a :
within
Analysis
Acceptable
All
surrogate
criteria;
Analysis
Suspect:
Any
surrogate
recoveries
outside
criteria
and/or
recoveries
<10%
s u b s t a n t i a t e d as a m a t r i x e f f e c t
by
re-purge
r e - i n j e c t or r e - e x t r a c t and
reanalyze;
Invalid Analysis
Parameters
recoveries
Any compound r e c o v e r i e s of <10% t h a t are
u n s u b s t a n t i a t e d as a m a t r i x e f f e c t by
re-purge, r e - i n j e c t , or r e - e x t r a c t and
re-analyze
No.
Samples
No.
Suspect
No.
Invalid
VOC
0
0
0
B/N
1
0
0
Acid
1
0
0
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B.
Summary f o r E v a l u a t i o n
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
<10% of samples r e p o r t e d as s u s p e c t ;
P -
Provisional:
>10% but
suspect;
U -
Unacceptable:
>50%
of samples r e p o r t e d
as
suspect
and/or >10% samples r e p o r t e d as i n v a l i d .
<50%
Remarks:
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of
samples
reported
as
Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
Matrix Spike/Matrix
A.
Matrix
Organics
Spikes:
Parameters:
Note:
Spike D u p l i c a t e s -
VOC _N_
B/N _A_
A c i d s _A_
No a c t i o n i s taken on o r g a n i c m a t r i x s p i k e s above.
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
<10% of compounds o u t s i d e
P -
Provisional:
>10%
but
criteria;
n
U -
unacceDtable:
Unacceptaoie.
>50% of compounds o u t s i d e c r i t e r i a and/or
^
compounds w i t h r e c o v e r i e s of
<50%
of
criteria;
compounds
outside
<10%;
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e .
Performance:
Parameters
No. Compounds
VOC
0
B/N
6 x 1
Acids
5 x 1
No. Outside
Criteria
No. <10% R
0
0
= 6
0
0
= 5
1
0
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B.
Matrix Spike D u p l i c a t e s :
Parameters:
VOC
N
B/N A
Acids _A
Performance:
Parameters
VOC
No. Compounds
0
No. Outside
Criteria
No. <10% R
0
0
B/N
6 x 1 = 6
0
0
Acids
5 x 1 = 5
1
0
Remarks:
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Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
C a l i b r a t i o n Curve Standards - I n o r g a n i c s
Parameters:
Fluoride A
Cyanide
A
Potassium A
S u l f a t e _A_
Calcium
Sodium A
T. Cyanide _A_
A
Magnesium
F.
_A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable
A l l c u r v e s f i v e - p o i n t curves w i t h l o w e s t
s t a n d a r d a t the LOQ; ICP - one p o i n t ;
P -
Provisional
T h r e e - p o i n t curve w i t h lowest s t a n d a r d at
the LOQ;
U -
Unacceptable
Less than t h r e e - p o i n t curve and/or l o w e s t
s t a n d a r d not at the LOQ; no o n e - p o i n t
v e r i f i c a t i o n f o r ICP.
Remarks:
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Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
I n i t i a l and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n - I n o r g a n i c s
Parameters;
Calcium
A
Sodium
A
Sulfate P
^Magnesium
A
Sodium ( T o t a l )
A
Potassium
Fluoride
A
_A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
%R o f ICVS and CCVS i n s i d e QC l i m i t s ;
P -
Provisional:
%R o f ICVS or CCVS o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s but
not l e s s than 50% or g r e a t e r than 150%;
U -
Unacceptable:
%R o f ICVS or CCVS o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s but
l e s s than 50% or g r e a t e r than 150%;
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e
Remarks:
P - S u l f a t e batches 3327-3333, 3334-3337 and 3342-3345
(c,d, and e b a t c h e s ) had ICVS and/or CCVS o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s .
The %R were low b u t n o t l e s s than 50%. The data i s f l a g g e d J
and the user i s a d v i s e d the data may be s l i g h t l y b i a s e d low.
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Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
Laboratory Duplicates
Parameters:
Bicarbonate
A
Carbonate
A
C h l o r i d e _A
Fluoride
(ISE)
A
Sulfate
(Turb)
A
Calcium
A
Magnesium
A
Potassium
A
Sodium A
Sodium ( t o t a l ) A
T. Cyanide _P
F. Cyanide
A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
A l l relative
percent
difference
(RPDs)
are w i t h i n QC l i m i t s ;
P -
Provisional:
Some RPDs o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s but <35%;
U -
Unacceptable:
A l l RPDs o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s and <35%.
Remarks:
P - T o t a l c y a n i d e b a t c h B (3315 - 3320) l a b d u p l i c a t e
o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s b u t l e s s than 35% RPD.
Data has been
f l a g g e d w i t h a J . See Data Q u a l i f i e r s T a b l e .
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Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
Matric
Parameters
Spike - I n o r g a n i c s
Chloride
A
T. Cyanide _F_
F. Cyanide
Fluoride
Sulfate
_A
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
A
Sodium
Sodium ( t o t a l ) A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable
All
%R w i t h i n
criteria;
QC
limits
or meet
CLP
P
:
- Provisional
Some %R not w i t h i n QC l i m i t s
<30%;
or a r e >125% and a n a l y t e
flag J ;
P
2
-
Some %R not w i t h i n QC l i m i t s but a r e not
<30% and a n a l y t e was r e p o r t e d <IDL - f l a g
J;
P
3
- Provisional
U -
Provisional
but a r e
i s >IDL-
%R a r e l e s s than 30% and a n a l y t e
d e t e c t e d a t >LOQ - f l a g J ;
was
Unacceptable - %R <30% and sample r e s u l t s are r e p o r t e d
as <IDL - f l a g R.
Remarks
P
- T o t a l Cyanide - batches D and J ( 3334-3337 and
3567-3577) has low %R but >30%. A l l samples i n these batches
were f l a g g e d J .
P
>30%.
x
- Free Cyanide - b a t c h A ( 3311-3314 ) had low %R but
A l l samples f l a g g e d J .
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Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
L a b o r a t o r y C o n t r o l Samples (LCS) - I n o r g a n i c s
Parameters:
T. Cyanide _A_
F. Cyanide _A_
Sodium _A
Criteria:
A -
Acceptable:
A l l %R w i t h i n QC l i m i t s or CLP
P -
Provisional:
%R o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s but not <30% or
>120%. F l a g a l l data a s s o c i a t e d as J .
U -
Unacceptable:
I f LCS r e c o v e r y f a l l s l e s s than 30%, t h i s
i s i n d i c a t i v e of s e v e r a l l a b o r a t o r y or
method d e f i c i e n c i e s and the data s h o u l d
be r e p o r t e d as unuseable - f l a g R.
Remarks:
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criteria;
Ground Water A n a l y s i s
J u l y - September 1987
Independent QC Check Samples - Organics and I n o r g a n i c s
Parameters:
VOCs N
B/N/A A
A
T. Cyanide A
Alkalinity
A
F. Cyanide A
Chloride
Criteria
A -
Acceptable:
%R w i t h i n QC l i m i t s ;
P -
Provisional:
%R o u t s i d e QC l i m i t s
>120% - f l a g J ;
U -
Unacceptable:
I f QC check sample f a l l s l e s s than 30%,
t h i s i s i n d i c a t i v e of s e r v i c e l a b o r a t o r y
a n a l y t i c a l ( i n s t r u m e n t ) d e f i c i e n c e s and
the data should be r e p o r t e d as unuseable
- f l a g R.
N -
Not a p p l i c a b l e
Remarks:
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but not <30% or i s
DATA CLASSIFICATION
GROUND WATER
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
573/llb
DATA CLASSIFICATION
Sampling and A n a l y s i s July - September 1987
A second round of ground-water samples was c o l l e c t e d and
analyzed during t h i s
locations.
1987
Like the l a b o r a t o r y data developed
laboratory
requiring
time period from selected monitor
data
have
been
well
i n 1986, the
v a l i d a t e d and the data
QC q u a l i f e r codes have been flagged as r e q u i r e d .
To determine
the data usefulness and a p p l i c a b i l i t y , the data
have been f u r t h e r c l a s s i f i e d as f o l l o w s :
Classification
As
with
the
classification
criteria.
criteria
Process
laboratory
o f data
data
i s based on s p e c i f i c a l l y
Samples a r e e v a l u a t e d
and
unacceptable.
judged
validation,
as
the
defined
by m a t r i x a g a i n s t the
acceptable,
provisional,
or
The explanation of the c r i t e r i a i s as follows:
A - Acceptable:
A l l criteria
have been s u c c e s s f u l l y met
f o r a l l samples.
P -
Provisional:
Some
samples
criteria
but
obtainable.
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have
not f u l l y
the
met the
information
is
U -
Unacceptable:
The c r i t e r i a
has not been met with any
samples and i s not o b t a i n a b l e . This data
may
not be c l a s s i f i e d
f o r use u n l e s s
s u f f i c i e n t other data c r i t e r i a have been
met and s c i e n t i f i c judgement i n d i c a t e the
data may be u s e f u l i f c l a s s i f i e d .
N -
Not A p p l i c a b l e .
Ground Water - 1987
During
the p e r i o d 27 J u l y
to 2 September 1987, 101
ground-water samples, 14 f i e l d blanks, and 2 t r i p blanks were
collected
a t the Martin M a r i e t t a Aluminum Reduction
Plant,
The D a l l e s , Oregon, by G&M and submitted to Versar, Inc., EDM
Operations
Environmental
Chemistry Laboratory.
In a d d i t i n ,
16 f i e l d s p l i t s were c o l l e c t e d and submitted along with an
aqueous
field
blank
to Compuchem
Laboratories
i n North
Carolina.
Samples submitted to both l a b o r a t o r i e s were analyzed f o r
total
and
free
cyanide,
fluoride,
sulfate,
and sodium.
Samples submitted to Versar were a l s o analyzed f o r calcium,
magnesium, potassium, c h l o r i d e , biocarbonate, and carbonate.
D-675
DATA CLASSIFICATION SUMMARY CHECKLIST
Level A C r i t e r i a
Matrix;
Ground Water - 1987
To be c l a s s i f i e d f o r L e v e l A use, the data must meet the
following
criteria:
Evaluation
Result
Criteria
1.
Sampling dates were
2.
S i g n a t u r e s of Sampling Team on each water
sample l o g or s o i l sample l o g ;
3.
Sampling l o c a t i o n s were c l e a r l y
and d e s c r i b e d ;
4.
Sampling depth increment f o r s o i l s was
recorded;
5.
Sample c o l l e c t i o n technique was d e s c r i b e d
on water sample l o g o r s o i l sample l o g ;
6.
F i e l d p r e p a r a t i o n techniques
d e s c r i b e d where a p p l i c a b l e ;
7.
Sample p r e s e r v a t i o n techniques were c l e a r l y
d e s c r i b e d , c o n s i s t e n t , and adequate f o r the
parameters t o be a n a l y z e d and the sample
matrix;
8.
S h i p p i n g b i l l o f l a d i n g or constant
s u r v e i l l a n c e documentation i s a v a i l a b l e ;
9.
The l a b o r a t o r y sample p r e p a r a t i o n or
e x t r a c t i o n date i s recorded and a v a i l a b l e ;
10.
recorded;
designated
were c l e a r l y
The l a b o r a t o r y sample a n a l y s i s date i s
recorded and a v a i l a b l e ;
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L e v e l A C r i t e r i a - Ground Water (Continued)
Evaluation
Result
Criteria
11.
12.
13.
14.
The l a b o r a t o r y sample p r e p a r a t i o n technique
i s r e c o r d e d and a v a i l a b l e e i t h e r i n the
l a b o r a t o r y r e p o r t or i n the l a b o r a t o r i e s
approved SOP;
The methods o f a n a l y s i s are l i s t e d i n the
l a b o r a t o r y r e p o r t s and a r e c o n s i s t e n t w i t h
the methods s p e c i f i e d i n the QAPP and
laboratory contract;
The l a b o r a t o r y a n a l y t i c a l d e t e c t i o n l i m i t s
or l i m i t s of q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) are g i v e n
i n l a b r e p o r t s and a r e adequate f o r p r o j e c t
objectives;
F i e l d records
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
15.
16.
A
A
A
include:
S o i l / s e d i m e n t l o g sheets
Water sampling l o g sheets
QC f i e l d c h e c k l i s t
F i e l d i n s t r u m e n t c a l i b r a t i o n logs
Master l o g book bound w i t h s e q u e n t i a l l y
numbered pages
D a i l y l o g book
C h a i n - o f - C u s t o d y forms
N
A
A
A
A
A
A
A l l a p p l i c a b l e r e c o r d s d e s c r i b e d above were
p r o p e r l y c r e a t e d and are on f i l e ;
A
Samples passed l a b o r a t o r y data v a l i d a t i o n
w i t h o u t any R f l a g s (samples w i t h J f l a g s
may be a c c e p t e d a t t h i s l e v e l ) .
A
Remarks:
A l l ground water d a t a developed d u r i n g t h i s
round i s c l a s s i f i e d L e v e l A f o r q u a l i t a t i v e use.
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sampling
DATA CLASSIFICATION SUMMARY CHECKLIST
Level B C r i t e r i a
Matrix:
Ground Water - 1987
To be c l a s s i f i e d f o r L e v e l B use, the data must meet the
following
criteria:
Evaluation
Result
Criteria
A.
1.
2.
B.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Data V a l i d a t i o n R e s u l t
Samples o f t h i s m a t r i x have not been
f l a g g e d J or R d u r i n g data v a l i d a t i o n ;
P
A l l samples of t h i s m a t r i x have been
c l a s s i f i e d as L e v e l A d a t a ;
A
Quantitative S t a t i s t i c a l Significance
L a b o r a t o r y and f i e l d instruments were p r o p e r l y
s t a n d a r d i z e d ( c a l i b r a t e d ) employing proper
methods and r e c o r d s are a v a i l a b l e ;
A
Sample b o t t l e p r e p a r a t i o n was proper and
a p p r o p r i a t e f o r the parameters measured
and the sample m a t r i x ;
A
A l l l a b o r a t o r y procedures were referenced
to approved EPA methods and were contained
i n an approved SOP manual;
A
A n a l y t i c a l QC data was a v a i l a b l e t o
demonstrate proper instrument c a l i b r a t i o n ;
A
L a b o r a t o r y QC check sample standards are
EPA and NBS t r a c e a b l e and were used a t
l e a s t once each t h r e e months;
A
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L e v e l B C r i t e r i a - Ground Water
(Continued)
Evaluation
Result
Criteria
6.
L a b o r a t o r y reagent (method) b l a n k s were
a n a l y z e d a t a frequency of a t l e a s t 1 per
20 samples;
7.
L a b o r a t o r y d u p l i c a t e s were a n a l y z e d a t a
frequency o f a t l e a s t 1 per 20 samples;
8.
L a b o r a t o r y m a t r i x s p i k e s and m a t r i x s p i k e
d u p l i c a t e s were a n a l y z e d a t a frequency
of a t l e a s t 1 per 20 samples;
9.
F i e l d r e p l i c a t e s were a n a l y z e d a t a
frequency o f a t l e a s t 1 per 20 samples;
10.
F i e l d b l a n k s were s u b m i t t e d a t a
frequency o f a t l e a s t 1 per 20 samples;
11.
One t r i p blank was s u b m i t t e d f o r VOCs
a n a l y s i s w i t h each c o o l e r ;
12.
F i e l d s p l i t samples were a n a l y z e d a t a
frequency o f a t l e a s t 1 per 20 samples per
matrix;
13.
A p p r o p r i a t e and s u f f i c i e n t QC data w i t h
acceptance c r i t e r i a , were p r e s e n t e d t o
a l l o w d a t a v a l i d a t i o n by the p r o j e c t QA
officer;
14.
The l a b o r a t o r i e s used were approved by the
EPA f o r p a r t i c i p a t i o n i n the C o n t r a c t
L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP);
15.
The l a b o r a t o r i e s p a r t i c i p a t e d i n roundr o b i n t e s t i n g program by EPA or o t h e r
a c c r e d i t i n g agency;
16.
Q u a l i t y c o n t r o l l i m i t s were c o n s i s t e n t
w i t h the l i m i t s e s t a b l i s h e d f o r EPA's
CLP;
17.
A l l samples s u b m i t t e d were a n a l y z e d f o r the
requested parameters.
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L e v e l B C r i t e r i a - Ground Water
(Continued)
Evaluation
Result
Criteria
C.
Custody and Document C o n t r o l
1.
F i e l d custody of a l l samples was noted i n a
bound f i e l d l o g book;
2.
T r a n s f e r of custody documentation ( c h a i n - o f custody form) s i g n e d by f i e l d and l a b o r a t o r y
sample c u s t o d i a n s i s a v a i l a b l e and p r o p e r l y
completed;
3.
L a b o r a t o r y custody i s documented by a
d e s i g n a t e d l a b sample c u s t o d i a n i n a master
l o g and a secured sample storage a r e a ;
4.
Sample i d e n t i f i c a t i o n and a s s i g n e d
l a b o r a t o r y t r a c k i n g numbers are t r a c e a b l e
through the e n t i r e m o n i t o r i n g system;
5.
F i e l d notebooks, l o g s h e e t s , l o g books,
c h e c k l i s t s , r e p o r t s , data v a l i d a t i o n s , and
a l l custody documents are s t o r e d i n a secure
r e p o s i t o r y or under the c o n t r o l of a document
custodian;
6.
A l l r e c o r d s , forms, l o g books, e t c . , are
f i l l e d out c o m p l e t e l y i n i n d e l i b l e ink
w i t h o u t a l t e r a t i o n s except as i n i t i a l e d ;
7.
A l l sample l o g sheets have been signed
by the sample c o l l e c t o r ;
8.
F i e l d l o g book sheets s i g n e d by the f i e l d
sample c u s t o d i a n .
D.
1.
Sample
Representativeness
C o m p a t i b i l i t y e x i s t s between f i e l d and
l a b o r a t o r y measurements, where a p p l i c a b l e ,
or i n c o m p a t i b i l i t i e s have been s u i t a b l y
explained;
D-680
L e v e l B C r i t e r i a - Ground Water (Continued)
Evaluation
Result
Criteria
2.
L a b o r a t o r y a n a l y s i s and/or sample
p r e p a r a t i o n or e x t r a c t i o n were w i t h i n
a l l o w a b l e h o l d i n g times e s t a b l i s h e d f o r
the sample p r e s e r v a t i o n and methods used;
3.
Sample storage was m a i n t a i n e d w i t h i n s u i t a b l e
t e m p e r a t u r e , l i g h t and m o i s t u r e c o n d i t i o n s
to guarantee sample i n t e g r i t y ;
4.
Proper sample c o n t a i n e r s were used f o r the
parameters a n a l y z e d ;
5.
Proper sample c o l l e c t i o n equipment was used
such t h a t the equipment would n e i t h e r
c o n t r i b u t e nor remove any substance to or
from the sample;
6.
The sample s i t e s e l e c t i o n c r i t e r i a are
c o n s i s t e n t w i t h the o b j e c t i v e s of the
i n v e s t i g a t i o n and w i l l p r o v i d e the r e q u i r e d
data.
Remarks:
S e c t i o n A . l . P The f o l l o w i n g l i s t summarizes
samples f l a g g e d w i t h J or UJ:
the
number
of
No. of
Groundwater Samples
Parameter
Free Cyanide
T o t a l Cyanide
Sulfate
4
31
15
The i d e n t i f i c a t i o n of these samples and the reasons f o r
the f l a g g i n g are g i v e n i n the Data Q u a l i f i e r t a b l e f o r
Groundwater samples c o l l e c t e d d u r i n g 1987 i n the
Laboratory
Data V a l i d a t i o n S e c t i o n .
The v a l u e s
r e p o r t e d f o r these
samples are e s t i m a t e d ( L e v e l A) and may not be c l a s s i f i e d f o r
L e v e l B use.
D-681
L e v e l B C r i t e r i a - Ground Water
(Continued)
Conclusion:
A l l the groundwater data r e p o r t e d f o r the p e r i o d August
- September
1987 except f o r those samples d e s c r i b e d i n
remarks above are c l a s s i f i e d as L e v e l B.
D-682
QC SUPPORT DATA
FOR
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
D-683
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY -
SEPTEMBER
1987
GC/MS TUNING AND PERFORMANCE
D-684
SB
SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC GC/MS TUNING AND MASS
CALIBRATION - DECAFLUOROTRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE (DFTPP)
Contract:
Lab Name: VERSAR ESMO
Case No.
Lab Code:
Lab F i l e ID:
•D903
SDG No.
SAS No.
DFTPP Injection
0903DFTA1
'DFTPP Injection
Instrument ID: MS—A
Time:
Z RELATIVE !
ABUNDANCE i
m/e
ION ABUNDANCE CRITERIA
31
68
69
70
127
197
198
199
275
363
441
442
443
30.0 - 60.07. of mass 198
Less than 2. OZ of mass 69
Mass 69 r e l a t i v e abundance
Less than 2. 07. of mass 69
40.0 - 60.OX of mass 198
Less than 1. 07. of mass 198
Hasa peak. 100Z r e l a t i v e abundance
3 O to 9. OZ of mass 198
to. 0 - 30. 07. of mass 198
Greater than 1. 007. of mass 198
Present, hut less than mass 443
Greater than 40. 07. of mass 198
17.0 - 23. 07. of mass 442
1-Value i s 7. mass 69
Date: 09/03/87
7
\
53. o
:
< o. on:
(
74. o :
0.0)1!
52. 3 :
o. o :
10O. 0 !
6.6 :
28. 6 i
8. 97 !
!
!
:
is. 8 :
!
!
89. 9 !
( 19.0)2!
2-Value is Z mass 442
THIS TUNE APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING SAMPLES. MS. MSD. BLANKS. AND STANDARDS:
:
EPA
! SAMPLE NO.
LAB
SAMPLE ID
LAB
FILE ID
TIME
DATE
!
ANALYZED ! ANALYZED
,.
01!0903S2A1
02!ABLK0901
03:AMSTD901
04!REPLICATE
03!LEACHATE
06!LEACHATE
0903S2A1
0901SWBA1
0901MSTD
3716
3717AE
3717BE
0903S2A1
0901SWBA1
0901MSTD
BNA3716
BNA3717AE
BNA3717BE
1
.'-aansa *
09/03/87 !
09/03/87 !
09/03/87 5
09/03/87 !
09/03/87 !
09/03/87 !
»
•1041
1157
1240
1323
1406
1450
1
page 1 of 1
FORM V SV
D-68 5
1/37 Rev.
SB
SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC GC/MS TUNING AND MASS
CALIBRATION - DECAFLUOROTRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE (DFTPP)
Contract:
Lab Name: VERSAR ESMO
Lab F i l e ID:
SDG No.
SAS No.
Case No.: D903
Lab Code:
0903DFTA1
Instrument ID: MS—A
DFTPP Injection
Date: 09/03/87
DFTPP Injection
Time: .
Z RELATIVE
ABUNDANCE
m/e
ION ABUNDANCE CRITERIA
31
68
69
70
127
197
198
199
275
365
441
442
443
30. 0 - 60.OZ of mass 198
Less than 2. OZ of mass 69_
Mass 69 r e l a t i v e abundance,
Less than 2. OZ of mass 69_
40. 0 - 60. OZ of mass 198.
;
Less than 1. OZ of mass 198
Base peak. 100Z r e l a t i v e abundance.
3. O to 9. OZ of mass 198
10. 0 - 30. OZ of mass 198.
Crea ter than 1. OOZ of mass 198_
Pres ent. but less than mass 443_
Grea ter than 40. OZ of mass 198_
17. 0 - 23. OZ of mass 442_
53. 0
0. 0) 1
74. 0
0. 0) 1
52. 3
0. 0
100, 0
6, 6
28. 6
8. 97
15. 8
89. 9 .
19.0)2
2 - V a l u e i s Z mass 442
1-Value i s Z mass 69
THIS TUNE APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING SAMPLES. MS. MSD. BLANKS. AND STANDARDS:
!
EPA
!
! SAMPLE NO.
0110903S2A1
02!ABLK0901
03!AMSTD901
04!REPLICATE
03!LEACHATE
06!LEACHATE
LAB
FILE ID
LAB
SAMPLE ID
0903S2A1
0901SWBA1
0901MSTD
3716
. 3717AE
. 3717BE
,
!
,
!
0903S2A1
0901SWBA1
0901MSTD
BNA3716
BNA3717AE
BNA3717BE
TIME
DATE
!
ANALYZED . ANALYZED
1041
09/03/87
1157
09/03/87
09/03/87 ' 1240
1323
! 09/03/87
1406
! 09/03/87
1450
! 09/03/87
1
page 1 of 1
FORM V SV
D-686
1/87 Rev.
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
-
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
if
INITIAL AND CONTINUING CALIBRATION CHECKS
ORGANICS
D-687
QUALITY CONTROL DATA SUMMARY
FOR ORGANIC ANALYSIS
ASSOCIATED
SAMPLES:
3716, 3717
FRACTION: BNA'S
A.
TUNING ( I n c h r o n o l o g i c a l
B.
INITIAL (5-POINT) CALIBRATION
C.
CONTINUING CALIBRATION ( I n c h r o n o l o g i c a l
D-688
order)
order)
INITIAL CALIBRATION OATA
S CHI VOLATILE HSL COMPOUNOS
<PAGE 1)
CASE NO:
5243
REGION: L A B
INSTRUMENT ro:
CONTRACTOR: VERSAR ESHO
CONTRACT NO:
MSA
CALIBRATION OATE: 41/27/87
MINIMUM AVE RF FOR SPCC IS 4. 459
LABORATORY ID
9127S1A1
MAXIMUM XRSO FOR CCC IS 34.T
4127S3A1
8IS<2-CHLOROETHYL)ETHER
. .
91 S<2-CHL0RaiSOPRC)PYL> ETHER
N-NITROSO-OI-N-PROPYLAHINE .
RF<34 >
727
RF( SO)
1. 337
t. 837
1. 762
1. 613
1. 66A
1. 72S
?38
1. 613
1. 842
1. 454
1. 717
4*7
1. 863
4. 9S2
4. 761
1. 787
6. 871
RF( 29)
COHPOUNO
4127SSAZ
CCC*
4127S4A2
4127S2A1
X RS 0 SPCC**
19. 9
*
RF<1 64> : AVE RF
1. 619
1. S28 : 1. 743
1. 744
1. 6S2
1. S32 :
RF<124>
1. 44.1
1. 672
1. 748
4. 719
1. «ss :
1. 747 :
1. 722 :
9. ?*•> :
1. 6a* :
9. 7*9 :
1. 8*7 :
s.7
s. 3
5. a
1. 5 3a
1. 772
1. 826
7. 6
6. 7
1. 764
1. 775
1. 744
1. 664
• .7S2
4. 761
4. 871
4. 714
t
456
1. 864
1. 7 1 *
1. 334
1. 273
I. 2*A
8. 5
1. 478
1. 742
1. 255 :
1. 871 .
1. 333
1. 623
6. 718
1. 744
14. 6
4. 882
4. 86*
9. 83* :
4). 5*3
4. 518
4. 486
4. 473
9. 487 .
4. 877
4. 5*2
3. 3
S. 4
411
a. 7S9
9. 7S*
4. 768
9. 762 :
9. •67
2. 5
i?e
4. 291
4. 347
«.296
4. 214
4. 311
4. 31*
9. 247
4. 313
3. 7
1. 4
476
597
1. 421
4. 724
9. 731
3. 2
4
S. a
7S5
X
4. 147
4. 47S
4. 177
9. 215 "
4. 31*
4. 474
BI3«2-CHL0ROETXOXY>HETHANE .
•.S35
*.497
4. 4.73
4. 473
9. 475
9. 543
3. 6
2. C-OICHLOROPHENCL
4. 32S
9. 274
».271
4. 273
9. 272
9. z?e
5. 9
1. 2. 4—TRICHLOROBENZENE . . .
9. *93
9. 3S3
9. 353
4. 336
4. 336
9. 3S6
7. 7
9. 7*7
9. 154
1. 91S
4. 177
26. 5
4. 317
2. 4. S-TRICHLCTOPHENOL
9. 776
4. 7S1
4. 182
4. 2S8
9. 228
9. 2*1
4. 225
9. 224
4. 236
•r 5
. .
4. 442
94.8
4. 368
4. 374
4. 372
9. 357
*.3
4. as 4
4. a 4.1
4. 817
4. 816
4. 375
4. a7S
11.
.
4. 2S2
4. 237
4. 237
4. 341
4. 262
11. 3
. . .
9. 4.27
X
*.'234
• .495
4. 427
4. *71
9. *62
a. 423
4. 418
4. 3*6
9. 556
4. 277
4. 367
13. *
18. 6
1. 285
4. 374
1. 261
X
8«a
1. 23 S
*.461
1. 67*
7. 6
17.
6. 4
X
1. S l *
1. 332
4. 147
1. 274
1. 311
1. 263
4. 434 : 4.422
1. 154 : i .517
1. 723 • « 347
. . .
443
1.
X
a. 117
a. 127
321
i . 372-.
X
0I8EN2OFURAN
RESPONSE
AVE RF 3R50 - CCC - SPCC - X -
1. 287
1. 844
4. 484
4. * « 2
1. 5 77
1. 674
1. 273
4. 148
4. 778
4. 115
1. 955
4. 117 : 4.473
9. 874 : i . 174
4 113
0. 11* :
4 374
4. 121 :
1. 326
1. 736
1. 247 : i . S4 3
•^
4. 464
4. 113
FACTOR (NUMBER IS THE AMOUNT OF NANOGRAMS)
AVERAGE RESPONSE FACTOR
PERCENT RELATIVE STANOARO OEVIATION
CALIBRATION CHECK COMPOUNDS C*>
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CHECK COMPOUNOS <»*>
NOT 0ETECTA8LE AT 24 NG
FORM VI
D-689
*
*
8. 3
l . 928
HEXACHLOROCYCLOPENTADIENE
» I
24.
a. 166
4-CHL0R0—3—ME7HYLPHEN0L
2.4.6—TRICHLQROPHENOL
4. 113
4. 13S
15 3
*
3.
9. ?31
7S7
*
»
» *
6. 5
27 7
21 4
3 3
•
123 3
*7-* 4
*
* »
* *
INITIAL CALIBRATION DATA
SEMIVOLATILE HSL COMPOUNOS
< PAGE 2)
REGION: LAB
INSTRUMENT IO:
CA<E MO"
5293
CONTRACTOR:
VERSAR ESMO .
MSA
CALIBRATION OATE: 41/27/87
CONTRACT NO:
MINIMUM AVE RF" FOR SPCC IS 9. 95 9
LABORATORY IO
C
r
j M P O
9127S1A1
2.4-OINITROTOLUENE
..
9.374
2.4-OINITROTOLUENE
DIETHYLPHTHALATE
4-CHL0R0PHENYL-PHENYLETHER
FLUORENE
4-NITROANILINE . . '.
4. 6-0INITR0-2-METHYLPHENOL
N-NITROSOOIPHENYLAMINE . .
4-8 ROHOPHENYL-PHENYLETHER
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
BENZO (A) ANTHRACENE
CHRYSENE
BIS (2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE .
DI-N-OCTYLPHTHALATE
BENZO <8)FLU0RANTHENE
: AVE RF
4.312
1
1-3"
9.11*
4. 122
9.512
4.3*8
4.357
4.151
=»*
9.139
4. 128
9. *72
4.333
4. 387
9.175
*•
4.465
4. 13*
4. *53
4.347
4.352
9. 163
1-211
*=
4. 563
1
7
7
9.3**
!
?
" *
9.474
!
*' *
4. 477 1
4. 126 :
4.371!
4.34* :
4.311 t
4. 151 !
1.252
1.122
1.461
- 1 . 1*7
1- 5*3
1.221
1. 694
1. 143
1. 652
1.487 :
1. S81 :
L i "
1-7*8
i-i«
1. 427
»-«
1. 384
1. 3S*
*
1. 329 :
7
1
1
l
2
:
7
5
'
9. 977
4. 128
9.47*
4. 316
4.373
9.149
:
4
9-3
.
*• * » *
4. 542 :
1
CCC*'•
Z RSD SPCC**
l
"*• *
29.*
?
?
"
31.1
3. 7
17.1
*.1*. 3
7
- . 173
8.6
1. 174
1.615
7.7
3.6
2
- - *
1. **7
9.777
4. 84S
4.757
4.672
4.736
:
4.758
6.2
9. 477
4.973
9.9*1
4.432
4.433
:
9.951
-3.1
.
1-12*
1-"S
1.4*1
2.2*2
1- 537
1-132
1. 186
1.472
2. 323
1. 448
U «
1.175
1.473
2.743
1.SS1
1.4*7
4.782
1.473
3.441
1. S7S
1.451 I
1.429:
1.462 :
2.754 :
1. *67 t
1.144
1.128
1.472
2. 656
1. S6*
*. 3
19.7
-4
13. S
* . 7.
1. * S *
1-3*7
9.83*
9.8*1
1-922
• «
1-53*
9.7*1
1.813
1-*34
4.243
1-«»•
1. IBS
9.742
9.753
4.7*4
I-*'
1- 1*8
9.74*
4. 48S
4.675
4.76*
1.284
4.762
1. 455
1.334
4.217
1.367
4.47*
1-397
1- 337
4.21*
2
l
1. 214
4.697
4.593
4. S86
4.787
1. 2SS
4.627
1. 448
1. 38S
.4.183
IS THE AMOUNT OF NANOGRAMS)
AVE RF - AVERAGE RESPONSE FACTOR
XR20
PERCENT RELATIVE STANOARO DEVIATION
CCC
CALIBRATION CHECK COMPOUNOS <»>
SPCC
SY-3TEM PERFORMANCE CHECK COMPOUNOS (**>
y
NOT OETECTASLE AT 29 NG
FORM VI
D-690
!
l
S
8
"" *
" *
1. 153 :
1.2*7
4. S77 : 9.741
4.414 : 9. ,45
9.571:
4.7.4
4. 311 : 4. 777
1. 3 4 * .
1. 358
4.414 : 9 . 4 7 , .
1.424 :
1.791
1. *74 :
1.443
4.173:
9.21*
»
'"J
11. •
.
BENZO <K) FLUORANTHENE
BENZO < A) PYRENE
X N B S M 0 U . 2 . 3-CD) PYRENE . . . .
01 aENZ < A. H> ANTHRACENE . . . .
BENZO ( G . H . I) PERYLENE
NITROBENZENE-05
2-FLUO ROB I PHENYL
TER PHENYL—014
PHENOL-OS
2-FLOUROPHENOL
2. .WRISR0M0PHEN0L
FACTOR (NUMBER
S
»• « *
X
X
4.6**
4.327
9. *55
X
FLUORANTHENE
PYRENE
iUTYLBENZYLPHTHALATE
4
l - * '
4.72*
1- 318
i
»F<164)
4.312
1-7"
4.76*
1- 38*
l . - H
.
4.3*7
=-»* =
4.827
PHENANTHRENE
3.3--OICHLORO3ENZI0INE .
4.381
9127S5A2 :
4127S4A2
RF<8*> RF(124)
'
ANTHRACENE
DI-N-BUTYLPHTHALATE
RESPONSE
9127S3A1
4127S2A1
RF(2*)
RF<54)
UNO
MAXIMUM M S D FOR CCC IS 39S
*
_
6.7
1*. S
1*. »
.5.3
7.2
6.4
3.8
16.8
»
Case No: D903
Contractor: VFRSAR E5MO
Contract No:
Instrument ID:
.
CONTINUING CALIBRATION CHECK
SEMIVOLATILE HSL COMPOUNDS
(Page 1)
C a l i b r a t i o n Date:
09/03/97
_ Region:
Time:
10:41
Laboratory ID:
' Q9Q3S2A1
I n i t i a l C a l i . Date: 01/27/87
Maximum ZD for CCC i s 25Z
Minimum RF f o r SPCC i s 0.030
- AVE RF
Comp ound
Phenol
bis(2-Chloroethyl)Eth«r . . .
2-Chlorophenol ..
1.3- Dichlorobenzene
1.4- Dichlorobenzene
Benzyl Alcohol
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
2-Methylphenol
bis(2-Chloroisapropy1)Ether
4-Methylphenol
N-Nitroso-Di-n-Prapylamine . .
Hexachloroethane
Nitrobenzene
Isophorone
2-Nitrophenol
2i4-Dimethylphenol
Benzoic Acid
bis(2-Chloroethoxy)Methane . .
2,4-Dichlorophenol
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
. . . .
Naphthalene
4-Chloroaniline
Hexachlorobutadiene
. .
4-Chloro-3-Methylphenol
. . .
2-Methylnaphthalene
......
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene . .
2#4i 6-Trichlorophenol
. . . .
2. 4.3-Trichlorophenol . . . • *
2-Chloronaphthalene
2- N i t r o a n i l i n e
*
Dimethyl Phthalate
Acenaphthalene
2/6-Dinitrotoluene
3-N i t r o a n i l i n e
Acenaphthene
2. 4-Dinitrophenol
x
x
RF(30)
1. 703
1. 700
1. 338
1. 772
1. 826
0. 931
1. 737
0. 931
1. 955
1. 333
1. 700
0. 897
0. 302
0. 969
0. 207
0. 313
0. 118
0. 303
0. 298
0. 336
1. 013
0. 179
0. 236
0. 375
0. 875
0. 262
0. 462
0. 367
1. 311
0. 422
1. 317
1. 807
0. 263
0. 093
1. 190
0. 113
Z D
936
724
347
389
612
-13. 7
»-l. 4
-0. 6
10. 3
11. 7
1. 368
10. a
2. 280
-16. 6
1.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
327
988
536
972
214
473
10. 2
-10. 1
-6. 8
-0. 3
-3. 4
-31. 1
0.
• 0.
0.
1.
612
272
320
072
-21. 7
8. 7
10. 1
-3. 6
0. 233
0. 414
1. 3
-10. 4
*
*
0. 280
0. 376
-6. 9
IS. 6
*
1. 006
23. 3
1. 328
1. 637
0. 238
12. 3
8. 3
9. 3
1. 106
0. 140
7. 1
-23. 9
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
x
RF(50> - Response Factor from daily standard f i l e at
concentration indicated (30 t o t a l nanograms)
AVE RF - Average Response Factor from i n i t i a l
c a l i b r a t i o n Form VI
- - - Percent D i f f e r e n c e
- - - Due to low response analyze
at 80 t o t a l nanograms
CCC
- - C a l i b r a t i o n Check Compounds (*)
SPCC - - System Performance Check Compounds (••»)
Form VII
X D
x
D-691
CCC
SPCC
•
»
*
* #
*
*
* *
*
* *
CONTINUING CALIBRATION CHECK
SEMIVOLATILE HSL COMPOUNDS
(Page 1)
„
R-nion• Calibration Date:
09/03/97
Case No: D903
Region.
IQ- 41
Contractor: VERSAR E5M0
_
:
J u r a t o r y ID: • 0903S2A1
Contract No:
I n i t i a l C a l i . Date: Ql/27/87
Instrument ID:
— — — — ^ —
Minimum RF f o r SPCC i s 0.030
Maximum XD for CCC i s 257.
.
AVE RF
RF(30)
%
CCC
SPCC
Como ound
.
• * ;
.
1-703
1.936
-13.7
*
bis(2-C loroe-thgl)Et er . . 1.700
1.734
1-1.4
2-Chloroph,nol
•« |
J- \ « L
*
1.3- Dichlorobenx.ne
1.772
.1.389
10.3
1, 4-Dichlorobenzene
1-826
1.612
n.
Benzyl Alcohol
0.931
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
2-Methylphenol
?" I «
-> -wn
-16 6
bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)Ether
.
1-955
2.280
16.6
4-Methylphenol
J* ? S
i 527
10 2
**
N-Nitroso-Di-n-Propy lamine . .
1.700
•
-J**
Hexachloroethane
n
-A a
•Hltrjb.nx.n.
*
4". 5
M
%
n
h
h
2"?^
i:„ii-
: : : : : : : :
0.207
2. 4-Dimethylphenol . . . . . .
0.313
Benzoic Acid
*
O. 118
bis(2-Chloroethoxy)Methane . .
0.303
2.4- Dichlorophenol
0.298
1.2.4-Trichlorob.nzene . . . .
0.336
Naphthalene
J- 013
4-Chloroaniline
' ' ' ' o 236
Hexachlorobutadiene
0.236
4-Ch loro-3-Methy lphenol . . .
0.373
2-Methylnaphthalene
. . . .
0.873
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene . .
0.26*
2, 4.6-Trichlorophenol . . . .
0.462
2.4.3-Trichlorophenol . . . . 0. 367
2-Chloronaphthalene
1-311
2- N i t r o a n i l i n e
»
0. 422
Dimethyl Phthalate
1-317
Ac.naphthalen.
J-807
2, 6-Dinitrotoluene
0.263
3- N i t r o a n i l i n e
*
0.093
Acenaphthene
A i n
1, 4-Dinitrophenol
*
0.113
0.214
-3.4
0.473
-31.1
0.612
0.272
0.320
1.072
0 233
0.233
0.414
21.7
8.7
10.1
3.6
1.3
x. J
-10.4
v
e
R
F
x
D-692
*
.
0.280
0.376
2 3
J- 328
1-657
0.238
"
+
3
12.3
8.3
9-3
^
-23 9
*J. v
y
O 140
0.140
>
6. v
18.6
RF(50) - Response Factor from daily standard f i l e at
concentration indicated (50 t o t a l nanograms)
_ Average Response Factor from i n i t i a l
c a l i b r a t i o n Form VI
XD — — — Percent D i f f e r e n c e
- - - Due to low response analyze
at 80 t o t a l nanograms
CCC - - C a l i b r a t i o n Check Compounds (*)
SPCC
System Performance Check Compounds (**) Form VII
A
*
^
-
**
QUALITY CONTROL DATA SUMMARY
FOR ORGANIC ANALYSIS
ASSOCIATED
SAMPLES: 3668, 3669, 3676
FRACTION:
BNA'S
A.
TUNING ( I n c h r o n o l o g i c a l
B.
I N I T I A L (5-POINT) CALIBRATION
C.
CONTINUING CALIBRATION ( I n c h r o n o l o g i c a l
D.
QC SAMPLE
D-693
order)
order)
I N I T I A L CALIBRATION
OATA
SEMIVOLATILE HSL -COMPOUNOS
< PAGE 1)
CASE NO:
52*3
REGION:
CONTRACTOR:
VERSAR E5MO
LAS
INSTRUMENT IO:
CALIBRATION
MSA
OATE: 4 1 / 2 7 / 8 7
CONTRACT NO:
MINIMUM AVE RF FOR SPCC IS 9. 959
LABORATORY IO
4127S1A1
MAXIMUM XRSO FOR CCC IS 34.T.
4127S3A1
4127S5A2 !
4127S4A2
!
RF< 34 > R F U 2 4 ) RF<1 64) : AVE RF
RFt 54>
1. 414
1. 528 : 1. 743
1. 613
1. 837
1. 4S2
1. S82 : 1. 744
1. 66*
1. 742
4127S2A1
COMPOUNO
915 < 2-CHLO ROETHYL) ETHER
..
RF< 24 >
727
t. 837
i . 725
1. 738
4*7
«.952
1. 944
9S2
1. 618
1. 842
1. 363
1. 454
1. 717
1. 787
1. 441
4. 761
1. 775
4. 871
1. 744
4. 919
1. 472
1.748
1. 44*
4
1. 684 :
4. 9*9 :
3. 2
1. 744
4. 877
4. 542
14. 6
3. 3
S. 4
9. 767
9. 247
2. S
3. 7
1. 4
34.2
5. 9
7. 7
8IS<2-CHL0ROISOPR0PYL>ETHER
1. 91*
N-NITROSO-OI-N-PROPYLAMINE .
1. 421
*.934
1. 628
4. 718
4. 513
9. 7S4
1. 942
1. 847 :
1. 255 :
1. 3 7 i :
4. 882
4. *84
4. 84*
4. 473
9. 834 :
4. 487 :
4. 75*
4. 943
4. 296
4. 311
4. 21*
4. 31*
X
9. 291
4. 347
4. 147
4. 762 .
4. 215 •
4. 314
4. 475
4. 177
4. 474
4. '313
4. 113
9. 5 35
9. 325
4. 477
4. 274
4. *73
9. 271
4. 473'
4. 273
4. *9 3
15 3
4. 12S
9. 353
9. 353
9. S43
9. 278
9. 356
1. 923
4. 144
9. 776
4. 182
4. 334
4. 751
4. 258
4. *95
4. 272
4. 336
4. 26*
4. « 4 2
4. 228
4. 2*1
4. 37*
198
».317
813 » 2-CHLOROETHOXY)METHANE .
1.2. 4-TRICHLOROBENZENE . . .
4-CHLORO—3—METHYLPHENOL
'. .
HEXACHLOROCYCLOPENTADIENE
2.4.a-TRICHLOROPHENOL
2. 4. 5-TRICHLCrtOPHENOL
. ..
. ..
1. 4*8
4. 252
4. *27
X
«63
X
848
788
X
1. 51*
X
X
321
4. 343
4. 3S4
4. 23*
4. 3*1
4. 495
4. *23
4. *27
4. 413
1. 235
4. 461
1. 67*
1. 285
4. 374
1. 332
4. 147
1. 274
4. 117
4. 127
1. 872
4. 237
1. 237
1. 844
4. 43*
1. 273
4. 148
4. 115
1. 324
X
-
:
I.915
8. 3
:
26. S
7. 5
4. 22*
:
4. 372
4. 817
4. 357
4. 816
:
4.375
4. 3
: *.875
4. 237
4. 471
4. 3*1
11. 2
11. 3
4. 3*4
1. 241
4. *42
1. 577
1. 474
4. 444
4. 778
4. 113
1. 455
1. 734
4 121
1 247
- - - NOT DETECTABLE AT 2* NG
FORM VI
4. 242
: 9.462
: *.367
:
:
1
:
1
'•
*
*
»
* *
18. 6
6. 5
7. 4
17. 2
6. 4
4 473
174
27. 7
21. 4
4 113
4 374
3. 3
123. 3
S4 3
*
13. 4
4. 556
4. 277
1. 263 : l .311
4. 422
4. 43*
1. IS 4 : l .517
4
347
1. 723 t
4 117
4 874
9 114
* *
3. 6
4. 225
AVERAGE RESPONSE FACTOR
PERCENT RELATIVE STANOARO DEVIATION
CALIBRATION CHECH C0MP0UN05 (»>
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CHECK COMPOUNOS (»*>
D-694
a. s
4. 177
«.236
RESPONSE FACTOR (NUMBER IS THE AMOUNT OF NANOGRAMS)
AVE RF
ZRSO CCC
SPCC -
4. 7*7
4. 15*
6. 7
5. 8
1. 864
1. 273
1. *73
*
3. 2
755
1. 333
•» 456
4*1
7. 6
4
«• 496
5*47
4. 5*3
a. 3
5. a
757
4. 914
*
5. 7
9. 931
4. 871
1. 2**
14. 4
1. <ss : 4 5 33
1. 747 : 1. 772
1. 722 : 1. 324
4. 9*4 : 9. 931
4. 761
1. 33*
X RSO S P C C » *
•
22. 4
»
* >
* »
I N I T I A L CALIBRATION DATA
SEMIVOLATILE HSL COMPOUNOS
<PAGE 2>
CASE NO:
CONTRACTOR:
CONTRACT NO:
MSA
INSTRUMENT IO:
CALIBRATION OATE: at/27/87
REGION: LAB
52*3
VERSAR ESMO
MAXIMUM XRSO FOR CCC IS 39X
MINIMUM AVE RF FOR SPCC IS «. 959
LABORATORY 10
9127S3A1
912731A1
U27S2A1
COMPOUNO
1. i-OINITROTOLUENE
RF<24)
RF<5*>
9.37*
« . 381
2. *S2
1. 733
9. 764
1. 31S
9. 114
122
512
3*3
357
151
211
167
543
162
427
3*S
4. 473
1. 132
1. 186
4127S5A2
CCC*
«1275«A2
RF<3*> RF(129> RF<169>
4. 312
9. 3*7
4. 312
AVE RF
9. 3*4
: RSO spec**
7. 3
2.4-0INITROT0LUENE
OIETHYLPHTHALATE
4-CHLOROPHENYL-PHENYLETHER .
.
9. 827
FLUORENE
1. *Z5
4-NITROANILINE . . •.
4.4—0INITRO—2-METHYLPHENOL . .
N—NITROSOOIPHENYLAHINE . . . .
4-8R0HOPHENYL-PHENYLETHER
. .
X
X
9. 4*4
*. 327
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
9. 45S
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
PHENANTHRENE
ANTHRACENE
01- H-8UTYLPHTWALATE
.
X
1. 318
1. 384
. . . . . 1.611
FLwO RANTHENE
PYRENE
1. 171
1. 7*8
SUTYLBENZYLPHTHALATE
-
3. 3 - 0 I C H L O R O 3 £ N Z I D I N E
* . 777
.
.
.
.
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE
CHRYSENE
9.977
1.12*
1.275
8IS<2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE
3 I - N - 0 C T Y L PHTHALATE
.
.
8ENZ0 < 8}FLUORANTHENE
8EMZC<K)FLUORANTHENE
1.9*1
2.242
1.537
1.95*
BENZO <A> PYRENE
1.3*7
INCENO< 1. 2. 3-CO) PYRENE .
.
.
.
9.33*
0I3ENZ<A.H> ANTHRACENE
BENZO < G . H . I) PERYLENE
.
.
.
9.8*1
1.922
.
NITROBENZENE—05
Z-FLUO ROB I PHENYL
TERPHENYL-014
*•8*1
1. S3*
9. 741
PHEHOL-OS
1. 813
2 - FLOUROPHENOL
2.
a-TRIBROMOPMENOL
1.*34
9.243
RESPONSE FACTOR (NUMBER
1. 576
9. 72*
1. 266
9. 139
4. 123
4. *72
4. 333
4. 387
4. 175
1.2SZ
1. 221
1. 674
. *37
386
, 7S7
. 4*1
144
, 175
1. 472
1. 473
2.
1.
1.
1.
9.
9.
4.
4.
1.
4.
1.
1.
4.
2. 793
1. SSI
1. 472
1. 148
9. 79*
9. 685
4. 67S
4. 74*
1. ZS4
4. 742
1. 455
1. 33*
9. 217
323
648
*21
18S
762
733
744
833
367
67*
897
337
214
1*5*2
4.543
1. 177
4. 465
4. 13*
4. 4S3
4. 347
4. 352
4. 143
1. 122
1. 1*3
1. 452
1. 172
1. 3S4
* . 472
4. 932
1. 447
4. 782
1.473
3.
1.
1.
1.
9.
461
575
Sll
219
497
4.
4.
4.
1.
4.
1.
1.
4.
5 73
584
787
255
427
648
383
133
IS THE AMOUNT OF NANOGRAMS)
AVE RF - AVERAGE RESPONSE FACTOR
-RSO - - PERCENT RELATIVE STANDARD OEVIATION
CCC
CALIBRATION CHECX COMPOUNOS <*)
SPCC - - SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CHECX COMPOUNOS <»*>
•f.
- -
- NOT OETECTASLE AT 29 NG
FORM VI
D-695
466
542
17*
477
126
371
34*
311
4. 151
1. 461
1. 437
1. 531
1. 169
1. 327
4. 736
9. 433
1. 4S1
1. 429
1. 686
9. 676
1. 27S
9. 977
4. 123
4. 474
4. 316
9. 373
9. 169
1. 173
1. 17*
1. 615
1. 223
1. **7
4. 758
9. 951
1. 14*
1. 128
1. 462
2. 754
«67
43*
153
577
616
571
1. 472
2. 45 6
1. 56*
1. 563
1. 297
9. 741
4. 795
4. 72*
4. 777
4. 811
1. 24*
4. 614
1. 624
1. *74
4. 173
358
672
, 791
. 443
. 214
14. 1
29. *
7. 7
31. 1
3. 7
17. 1 • *
*. 2
I*. 3
.7.2
*
8. 6
7. 7
3. 6
7. 6
11. 3
*
6. 2
43. 1
*. 3
14. 7
2. 4
13. S
4.
15.
4.
1*.
1*.
25.
7
*
7
5
?
2
3.
7.
14.
6.
3.
2
2
2
4
8
16. S
!»
*
Case NO: 0827
Contractor: VERSAR ESMO
Contract No:
Instrument ID: MS-A
CONTINUING CALIBRATION CHECK
SEMIVOLATILE HSL COMPOUNDS
(Page 1)
Calibration Date:
Region:
Time:
Laboratory ID:
Initial Call. Date:
Minimum RF for SPCC Is 0. 050
Compound
MaxImum 7.D for CCC IS
. AVE RF
RFC50)
1. 703
1. 700
1. 538
1. 772
1. 826
0. 931
1. 757
0.931
1. 955
1.333
1.700
0.897
0. 502
0. 969
0. 207
0. 313
0. 118
0. 503
0. 298
0. 356
1. 015
0. 179
0. 236
0.375
0. 875
0. 262
0. 462
0.367
1.311
0. 422
1. 517
1. 807
0.263
0. 093
1. 190
0. 113
1. 853
1. 710
1.531
1. 602
1. 616
-8. 8
y -0. 6
0. 5
9. 6
11.5
1. 548
11. 9
2. 038
-4. 2
Phenol
bts(2-Chloroethyl>Ether . . .
2-ChlorophenoI
1.3- Olchlorobenzene
1.4- OlcMorobenzene
Benzyl Alcohol
1,2-01chlorobenzene
2-Hethylphenol
b 1 s(2-Chloro1sopropy1)Ether
4-Methylpnenol
N-Nltroso-01—n—Propylam 1ne . Hexachloroethane
Nitrobenzene
Isophorone
.
2-NItropheno1
. . . . . . . .
2, 4-01raethy lphenol . . . . . . .
Benzoic Acid
x
b 1 s(2-ChloroethoxyJMethane . .
2, 4-01chloropheno 1
1,2, 4-Trichlorobenzene . . . .
Naphthalene
4-Ch loroan1 line
Hexachlorobutadiene
4-Chloro-3-Hethy1pheno1 . . .
2-MethyInaphthalene
.....
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene . .
2,4,6-TrIchloropheno1
....
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol . . . . x
2-Chloronaphthalene
2- NItroaniline
x
Olmethyl Phthalate
Acenaphthalene
2, S-01nltrotoluene
3- Nltroani 1 Ine
x
Acenaphthene
2, 4-01nltrophenol
x
08/27/87
11: 12
0827S2A1
01/27/87
1.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
7. 0
SPCC
ft
ft
524
955
539
989
224
540
10. 4
-6. 5
-7. 4
-2. 1
-B. 2
-72. 5
0.589
0. 293
0. 331
1. 073
-17. 1
1.7
7. 0
-5. 7
0. 260
0. 441
-10. 2
-17. 6
ft
ft
0. 291
0. 396
-11. 1
14. 3
»
1. 034
21. 1
1. 342
1. 627
0. 239
11.5
10. 0
9. 1
1. 147
0. 155
3. 6
-37. 2
RF(50) - Response Factor froa dally standard f i l e at
concentration Indicated (50 total nanograms)
AVE RF - Average Response Factor from Initial"
calibration Form VI
'7.D - - - Percent Difference
x - - - Due to lo* response analyze
at SO total nanograms
CCC - - Calibration Check Compounds (ft>
SPCC - - System Performance Check Compounds (ft»)
Form VII
D-696
CCC
ft ft
ft
ft
ft ft
ft
•
» ft
Case No: 0827
Contractor: VERSAR ESMO
Contract No:
Instrument ID: MS-A
CONTINUING CALIBRATION CHECK
SEMIVOLATILE HSL COMPOUNOS
(Page 2)
C a l i b r a t i o n Date:
_ Region:
Time:
Laboratory ID:
I n i t i a l C a l l . Date:
050
Minimum RF f o r SPCC 15 0.050
08/27/87
11: 12
0827S2A1
01/27/87
Max imum ZD f o r
7. D
CCC
RF(50)
AVE RF
Compound
18.4
0.302
0.
370
4-NItropheno1
1. 803
Dibenzofuran
> -a. l
0.372
0. 344
2,4-01nttrotoluene
-0. 1
1.
688
1.
686
Diethylphthalate
0.
571
15. 5
0.
676
4-Chlorophenyl-phenylether . .
1.256
1.5
1. 275
Fluorene
0.097
4-NItroani1ine
*
0. 155
-21. 1
0. 128
4,6-01nltro-2-Methylphenol . . x
0.430
13. 0
0. 494
N-Nltrosod1phenylamlne .
9. a
0. 285
0.316
4-Bromopheny1-phenylether
..
0.397
-6. 4
0. 373
Hexachlorobenzene
0. 174
-8. 8
0. 160
Pentachlorophenol
*
1. 054
11.7
1. 193
Phenanthrene
1. 038
13. 1
1. 194
Anthracene . . .
1. 955
-21. 1
1. 615
-2. 0
Dl-n-Butylphthalate . . . . .
1. 253
1. 228
1. 449
1. 532
-5.7
Fiuoranthene
0. 911
-20. 2
0. 758
Pyrene
0. 183 -258.8
0. 051
Butylbenzylphthalate
-1.7
1. 119
1. 100
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidlne . . . .
1. 066
5.5
1. 128
8enzo(a)Anthracene
-13:9
1.221
1. 072
Chrysene
2. 584
2.7
2. 656
bls(2-Ethylhexy1jPhthalate . .
1. 564
Ol-n-Octyi Phthalate
1.568
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
1. 155
4. 5
1.209
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
0. 813
-16. 0
0. 701
Benzo(a)Pyrene
27.5
0. 511
0.705
Indeno(l,2,3-cd)Pyrene . . . .
0. 578
20. 2
0. 724
01 benz(a,h)Anthracene . . . .
8enzo(g,h, 1)Perylene
RF(50) - Response F a c t o r from d a l l y standard f i l e at
concentration i n d i c a t e d (50 t o t a l nanograms)
AVE RF - Average Response Factor from I n i t i a l
c a l i b r a t i o n Form VI
XD
- Percent D i f f e r e n c e
_ _ _ Que to low response analyze
at 80 t o t a l nanograms
CCC - - C a l i b r a t i o n Check Compounds (*)
SPCC
System Performance Check Compounds (**)
Form V11
x
x
D-697
SPCC
* tf
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
LABORATORY BLANKS
ORGANICS AND INORGANICS
D-698
Table B-1- QC Summary —
Matrix:
Laboratory Blanks
Water
__
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : Associated Samples : Quantitation : Blank : Method *
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
<1. 0
403
0.25
<0.25
325. 3
3311-•3314
0. 010
<0.010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3311-•3314
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3311-•3314
1. 6-
. <1.6
iUU. U
FluoridelSE
3311--3314
1. 0
' <1.0
340. 2
S u l f a t e IC •
3311--3314
2 .0
<2 .0
300. 0
SulfateTurb
3311--3314
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3311--3314
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3311--3314
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3311--3314
1 .00
<1 .00
200 7
SodiumDiss
3311--3314
1 .00
<1 .00
200 . 7
SodiumTot
3311 -3314 .
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
Alkalinity
3311- 3314
Chloride
3311- 3314
CyanideTot
• 1.0
D-699
Table B-4.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d
(ESM
mg/L
Units:
Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank
ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
: Method #
Alkalinity
3315- 3320
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3315-•3320
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3315--3320
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3315--3320
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3315--3320
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3315--3320
1..0
<1 0
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3315--3320
2 .0
<2 .0
300. 0
SulfateTurb
3315--3320
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3315--3320 •
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss
3315--3320
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3315--3320
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumDiss
3315--3320
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3315--3320
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-700
Table B-6.
QC Summary —
Laboratory
Blanks
Water
mg/L
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Units:
: Quantitation
Limit
: B l a n k : Method #
Result
Alkalinity
3327- •3333
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3327--3333
0. 64
<0. 64
325. 3
CyanideTot
3327-•3333
• 0.010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3327--3333
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3327--3333
1. 6
<1. 6
3 00.0
•Fluor i d e l S E
3327--3333
1. 0
<1. 0
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3327--3333
2 .0
<2 0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3327--3333 •
- 5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3327--3333
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3327--3333
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
PotassiumDiss
3327--3333
1 .00
<1 .00
200 . 7
SodiumDiss
3327--3333
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3327--3333
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-701
Table B-7.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
: Blank
: Method #
Result
Alkalinity
3334-•3337
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3334--3337
0.25
<0.25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3334--3337
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3334--3337
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3334--3337
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3334--3337
1 .0
<1 .0
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3334--3337
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3334--3337
5 .0
<5 .0
375 .4
CalciumDiss
3334--3337
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss
3334--3337
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3334--3337
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumDiss
3334--3337
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3334--3337
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
*
D-702
Table B-11. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Quantitation : Blank
: Method #
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Alkalinity
3342-•3345
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
.3342-•3345
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3342--3345
0. 010
<0. 010 .
335. 2
CyanideFree
3342--3345
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3342--3345
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3342--3345
1. 0
<1. 0
340 .2
Sulfate-IC
3342--3345
2 .0
<2 0
300. 0
SulfateTurb
3342--3345
5 .0
<5 .0 "
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3342--3345
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss
3342--3345
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3342--3345
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3342--3345
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3342--3345
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-703
Table B-13. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
mg/L
Matrix:
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Quantitation : Blank : Method jf
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Alkalinity
3458-3465
•
1.0
*
<1.0
•
403
•
Chloride
3458-•3465
1. 4
<1. 4
300 .0
CyanideTot
3458--3465
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3458--3465
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3458--3465
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3458--3465
1. 0
<1. 0 '
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3458--3465
2 0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3458--3465
5 .0
<5 .0
375 .4
CalciumDiss
3458--3465
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss
3458--3465
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
PotassiumDiss
3458--3465
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3458--3465
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3458--3465
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-704
Table B-16.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Quantitation : B l a n k : Method *
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Alkalinity
3482- 3488
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3482-•3488
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3482--3488
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3482--3488
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3482--3488
1. 6
<1. 6
300. 0
FluoridelSE
3482--3488
1. 0
<1 .0
340. 2
S u l f a t e IC
3482--3488
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3482--3488
5 .0
<5 .0.
375 .4
CalciumDiss
3482--3488 .
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3482--3488
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3482--3488
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumDiss
3482--3488
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3482--3488
1 .00 •
<1 .00
200 7
.
D-705
Table B-18. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
mg/L
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Units:
:
Q u a n t i t a t i o n . Blank
Limit
Result
: Method =?
Alkalinity
3527- 3531
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3527- 3531
0 .25
<0 .25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3527- 3531
0 .010
<0 .010
335 .2
CyanideFree
3527- 3531
0 .010
<0 .010..
412H
FluorideIC
3527- 3531
1 .6
<1 .6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3527- 3531
1 .0
<1 .0
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3527- 3531
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3527-•3531
• 5 .0
<5 .0 . .
37 5.4
CalciumDiss
3527-•3531
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss
3527--3531
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3527--3531
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3527--3531
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3527--3531
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-706
Table B-20. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : B l a n k : Method S
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Alkalinity
3532- 3544
1. 0
<1- 0
403
Chloride
3532-•3544
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3532-•3544
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3532--3544
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3532--3544
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3532--3544
1. 0
<1. 0
340. 2
S u l f a t e IC
3532--3544
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3532--3544
5-.o-
<5 .0
375 . 4
CalciumDiss
3532--3544
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3532--3544
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3532--3544
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3532--3544
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3532--3544
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-707
-
Table B-23. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
: Blank
: Method $
Result
Alkalinity
3567--3577
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3567--3577
0. 25
<0.25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3567--3577
0. 010.
<0. 010
335 .2
CyanideFree
3567--3577
0. 010
<0, 010
412H
FluorideIC
3567--3577
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3567--3577
1 .0
<1 0
340. 2
S u l f a t e IC
3567--3577
2 .0
<2 0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3567--3577
5 .0
<5 .0 -
375.-4
CalciumDiss
3567--3577
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3567--3577
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
PotassiumDiss
3567--3577
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3567--3577
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3567--3577
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
D-708
Table B-26.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : B l a n k : Method
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Alkalinity
3584- 3591
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3584-•3591
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3584--3591
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3584--3591
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3584--3591
1. 6
<1. 6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3584--3591
1 .0
<1 .0
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3584--3591
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
-3584--3591
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3584--3591
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3584--3591
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
PotassiumDiss
3584--3591
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumDiss
3584--3591
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3584--3591
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-709
Table B-29.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
mg/L
Water
Matrix:
Parameter
: A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Units:
Quantitation
Limit
Blank : Method
Result
Alkalinity
3617- 3621
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3617-•3621
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3617--3621
0. 010
<0. 010
335 .2
CyanideFree
3617--3621
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluorideIC
3617--3621
1. 6
<1. 6
300 . 0
FluoridelSE
3617--3621
1. 0
<1. 0
340 . 2
S u l f a t e IC
3617--3621
2 .0
<2 .0
300. 0
SulfateTurb
3617--3621
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3617--3621
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3617--3621
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
PotassiumDiss
3617--3621
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumDiss
3617--3621
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3617--3621
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-710
Table B-31. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
mg/L
Water
Units:
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n . Blank : Method S
Result
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Alkalinity
Chloride
3622-3623,3626-3633
3622-3623,6blb-6b-J
1.0
<1.0
403
0.25
<0.25
325.3
CyanideTot
3622-3623,3626-3633
0.010
<0.010
335 .2
CyanideFree
3622-3623,3626-3633
0.010
<0.010
412H
FluorideIC
3622-3623,
lb2b-4t>**
1.6
<1.6
300 .0
F l u o r i d e l S E 3622-3623, 36Z6-36;iJ
1.0
<1.0
340 :2
S u l f a t e IC
3622-3623,3626-3633
2.0
<2.0
300 .0
S u l f a t e T u r b 3622-3623,3626-3633
5.0
<5.0
375.4
C a l c i u m D i s s 3622-3623,36^b-iOJJ
0.500
<0.500
200.7
MagnesiumDiss 3622-3623,3626-3633
0.500
<0.500
200 .7
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3 6 22-3 6 23,3626-3633
1.00
<1.00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3622-3623,36^0-JOJJ
1.00
<1.00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3622-3623,36/6-36
1.00
<1.00
200 .7
D-711
Table B-33.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
mg/L
Water
Matrix:
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Quantitation . Blank
Result
Limit
(ESM ID RANGE)
: Method 3
Alkalinity
3648, 3666-3669
1.0
<1.0
403
Chloride
3648, 3666-3669
0.25
<0.25
325.3
CyanideTot
3648, 3666-3669
0.010
<0 .010
335 .2
CyanideFree
3648, 3666-3669
0.010
<0.010
412H
FluorideIC
3648, 3666-3669
1.6
<1.6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3648, 3666-3669
1.0
<1.0
340.2
S u l f a t e IC
3648, 3666-3669
2.0
<2.0
300.0
SulfateTurb
3648, 3666-3669
5.0
<5.0
375.4
CalciumDiss
3648, 3666-3669
0.500
<0.500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss 3648, 3666-3669
0.500
<0.500
200.7
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3648 , 3666-3669
1.00
<1.00
200.7
SodiumDi ss
3648, 3666-3669
1.00
<1.00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3648, 3666-3669
1.00
<1.00
200 .7
D-712
|
Table B-35.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank
Limit
Result
(ESM ID RANGE)
: Method #
Alkalinity
3673- 3676
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3673- 3676
0. 25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3673- 3676
0 .010
<0 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3673- 3676
0 .010
<0 .010
412H
FluorideIC
3673- 3676
1 .6
<1 .6
300 .0
FluoridelSE
3673-•3676
1 .0
<1 .0
340 .2
S u l f a t e IC
3673-•3676
2 .0
<2 .0
300. 0
SulfateTurb
3673--3676
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3673--3676
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
MagnesiumDiss
3673--3676
0 .500
<0 .500
200. 7
PotassiumDiss
3673--3676
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumDiss
3673--3676
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3673--3676
1 .00
<1 .00 .
200 7
•
D-713
Table B-37. QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n . Blank
Limit
Result
(ESM ID RANGE)
: Method %
Alkalinity
3684- 3689
1. 0
<1. 0
403
Chloride
3684- 3689
0 .25
<0. 25
325. 3
CyanideTot
3684- 3689
0 .010
<0 .010
335 .2
CyanideFree
3684- 3689
0 .010
<0 .010
412H
FluorideIC
3684- 3689
1 .6
<1 .6
300. 0
FluoridelSE
3684- 3689
1 .0
<1 .0
340. 2
S u l f a t e IC
3684-•3689'
2 .0
<2 .0
300 .0
SulfateTurb
3684-•3689
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3684-•3689
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
MagnesiumDiss
3684--3689
0 .500
<0 .500
200 .7
PotassiumDiss
3684--3689 .
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumDiss
3684--3689
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
SodiumTot
3684--3689
1 .00
<1 .00
200. 7
D-714
Table B-39.
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Blank
: Method S
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Result
Alkalinity
3690- 3693, 3715
1. 0
<1. 0
403
i
Chloride
3690- 3693, 3715
0. 25
<0. 25
325 .3
CyanideTot
3690--3693, 3715
0. 010
<0. 010
335. 2
CyanideFree
3690--3693, 3715
0. 010
<0. 010
412H
FluoridelC
3690--3693, 3715
1. 6
<1. 6
300. 0
FluoridelSE
3690--3693, 3715
1 0
<1 0
340 . 2
S u l f a t e IC
3690--3693, 3715
2 .0
<2 .0
300 . 0
SulfateTurb
3690--3693, 3715
5 .0
<5 .0
375. 4
CalciumDiss
3690--3693, 3715
0 .500
<0 .500
200 . 7
MagnesiumDiss 3690--3693, 3715
0 .500
<0 .500
200 . 7
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3690--3693, 3715
1 .00
<1 .00
200 7
SodiumDiss
3690 -3693, 3715
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
SodiumTot
3690 -3693, 3715
1 .00
<1 .00
200 .7
D-715
Table B - 4 0 .
QC Summary —
Laboratory Blanks
Water
Matrix:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
mg/L
Units:
Quantitation
Limit
Blank
Result
<1.0
3742-3744
Method $
~40T
Chloride
3 7 4 2 - 3744
0 . 25
<U. ID
J AD .
CyanideTot
3 7 4 2 - 3744
0 . 010
<0. 010
335 .I
CyanideFree
3 7 4 2 - 3744
0 . 010
<0. 010
FluorideIC
3 7 4 2 - 3744
1. 6
<1. 6
FluoridelSE
3742- •3744
1. 0
<1. 0
J uu .u
~\
340 . 2
S u l f a t e IC
3742- -3744
2 .0
<2 .0
300. 0
SulfateTurb
3742^ -1744
. 5 .0
<5 .0.
375 . 4
CalciumDiss
3742- -3744
0 .500
<0 .500
200 . 7
MagnesiumDiss
3742- -3744
0 .500
<0 .500
200 . 7
PotassiumDiss
3742 -3744
1 .00
<1 .00
200 . 7
SodiumDiss
3742 -3744
1 .00
<1 .00
20 0 . 7
SodiumTot
3742 - 3 7 4 4
1 .00
<1 . 0 0
200 . 7
~i 1
•
c
*i rt r\
f\
-?
-7
-7
-7
D-716
<
Table C-l.
Laboratory extraction blanks
ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS
Versar Inc., ESM Operations
S e m i v o l a t i l e Compounds
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
ABLK0825 ABLK0901
BLANK
BLANK
0825SUBA1 0901SUBA1
08/25/87 09/01/87
08/23/87 09/01/87
08/27/87 09/03/87
0825SWBA1 0901SU8A1
MS-A
MS-A
UATER
UATER
UG/L
UG/L
COMPOUNDS
• < 10
< 10
< 10
< 80
< 10
< 10
Acenaphthalene
Acenaphthene •
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzo(a)Anthracene,
Benzo(a )Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
80
10
10
Benzo< b+kjfluoranthenes
Benzo< g,h,1)Perylene
4-Sromopheny1-phenylether
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-Chloro-3-Methylphenol
b1s(2-Chloroethoxy)Methane
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
b1s(2-Chloroethy 1)Ether
61s(2-Chlorolsopropyl)Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chloropheno1
4-Chloropheny1-phenylether
Chrysene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
Dl-n-Butylphthalate
Dl-n-Octyl P h t h a l a t e
DlDenz(a,h)Anthracene
1.2- 0Ichlorobenzene
1,4-01cnlorobenzene
1.3- D 1cnlorobenzene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
3,3'-Dlchiorobenzldlne
2.4- 01chloropheno1
Diethylphthalate
Dimethyl P h t h a l a t e
2,4-Dimethylpheno1
4, 6-0lnltro-2-Methylphenol
<
<
<
<
<
<
20
10
10
10
10
50
<
<
<
<
<
<
20
10
10
10
10
50
2, 4-Dlnltrophenol
2,4-01ni t r o t o l u e n e
2,6-Dlnltrotoluene
1,2-01phenylhydrazlne
bls(2-Ethy1hexyl)Phthai ate
Fiuoranthene
<
<
<
<
<
<
50
10
10
10
10
10
<
<
<
<
<
<
50
10
10
10
10
10
D-717
Table C - l . Continued
ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS
Versar Inc., ESM Operations
S e m i v o l a t i l e Compounds
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION OATE
ANALYSIS DATE
FILE NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
ABLK0825 ABLK0901
BLANK
BLANK
0825SUSA1 0901SWBA1
08/25/87 09/01/87
08/25/87 09/01/87
08/27/87 09/03/87
0825SUBA1 0901SUBA1
MS-A
MS-A
UATER
UATER
UG/L
UG/L
COMPOUNDS
Fluorene
Hexacn lorobenzene
Hexach lorobutadlene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
I sophorohe
N-Nltroso-Dl-n-Propylamine
N-Nltrosodlmethy 1 amine
N-Nltrosod 1phenylam1ne
Naphthalene
Ni trobenzene
4-NItropheno 1
2-NItropheno 1
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Pheno1
Pyrene
1,2,4-TrIchlorobenzene
2,4,6-Trlchloropheno 1
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
< 10
< 10
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
50
10
50
10
10
10
< 10
< 10
D-718
<
<
<
<
<
<
50
10
50
10
10
10
< 10
< 10
Page 2
Table C-3. Method blank summaries
Lab Sample ID: 082SSWBA1
0825SWBA1
Lab F i l e ID:
Date Extracted
08/25/87
Date Analyzed:
08/27/87
Matrix:
Extraction:(SepF/Cont/Sonc) .
( s o i l / u a t e r ) WATER
Instrument
ID:
Time Analyzed:
1211
Level:(lou/med)
LOU
MS—A
THIS METHOD BLANK APPLIES TQ THE FOLLOWING SAMPLES. MS AND MSD:
LAB
FILE ID
LAB
SAMPLE ID
!
EPA
! SAMPLE NO.
0823MSTD
BNA3676
BNA366?
BNA3668
BNA3668MS
BNA3668MSD
I 0823MSTD
011AMSTD0823
I 3676
02!MW-1SS
! 3669
03!MWREP—15
1 3668
04!RESIDENCE
OSJRESIDENCEMS '. 3668MS
06!RESIDENCEMSD 5 3668MSD
08/27/87
08/27/87
! 08/27/87
08/27/87
08/27/87
08/27/87
LAS BLANK 8/23/87
MS-A 33DEGC2 MIN) TO 300DEC AT 13DEC/MIN
COMMENTS:
Lab F i l e ID:
. Lab Sample ID: 0901SUBAI
0901SWBA1
Date Extracted
09/01/87
Date Analyzed:
09/03/87
Matrix:
DATE
ANALYZED
Extraction:(SepF/Cont/Sonc) _
( s o i l / u a t e r ) WATER
Instrument
ID:
Time Analyzed:
1157
Level:(low/med)
LOW
MS-A
THIS METHOD BLANK APPLIES TQ THE FOLLOWING SAMPLES. MS AND MSD:
I
EPA
I
! SAMPLE NO. !
LAB
SAMPLE ID
I
LAB
FILE ID
DATE
ANALYZED
UGBia>maaVaaT=alaUI
01!AMSTD901
02!LEACHATE
03 ILEACHATE
041REPLICATE
I
COMMENTS:
I
!
I
!
0901MSTD
3717AE .
3717BE
3716
0901MSTD
BNA3717AE
BNA3717BE
BNA3716
BNA LAB BLANK ED=»9/l/87 FOR DALLES 3716-17
MS-A 33DEC(2 MIN) TQ 300DEC AT 10DEC/MIN
D-719
09/03/87
09/03/87
09/03/87
09/03/87
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
SURROGATE SPIKE RESULTS
D-720
Table C - 4 .
Surrogate spike
:
si
EPA
SAMPLE NO.
S2
:
recoveries
S3
:
S4
i
:
S3
S6
! OTHER :TQT:
( N B Z ) # i ( F B P ) # I C T P H ) # ! ( P H L ) W ! ( 2 F P ) # t <TBP>#
JOUT:
.j ...«.» • =
01!ABLK0823
02!AMSTD0823
03JMW-13S
04tMWREP-13
03!RESIDENCE
06!RESIDENCEMS
07IRESIDENCEMSD!
51
52
53
54
S3
S6
70
71
81
83
73
84
78
79
91
81
97
74
86
82
(NBZ)
(FBP)
(TPH)
(PHL)
(2FP)
(TBP)
77
90
82
83
89
87
79
i 62
I 87
! 72
: 40
: . 33
! 74
I 47
:
:
:
:
:
:
i
QC
(
(
(
(
(
(
- Nitrobenxene-d3
" 2-Fluorobiphenql
- Terphenyl
- Phenol-d3
2-Fluorophenol
— 2*4#6-Tribromophenol
EPA
SAMPLE NO.
S3
<TPH)#
:
:
S
1
1
!
!
71
86
82
34
34
64
41
77
84
78
47
61
61
47
LIMITS
33-114)
43-116)
33-141)
10-94 )
21-100)
10-123)
!
=
•
=
!
S3 I S6
OTHER !TQT!
iOUT!
(2FP)#!(TBP)#
=====!=== i
oi :ABI_KO9OI
02IAMSTD901
03!LEACHATE
04!LEACHATE
03!REPLICATE
64
71
62
70
68
81
86
70
72
70
1 101
! 96
! 64
! 69
! 39
.
32
82
60
62
39
.
36
86
69
70
67
1
!
!
1
S
29
87
61
70
73
!
!
!
!
:
0
0
0
0
0
i o:
51
52
53
54
S3
S6
(NBZ)
(FBP)
(TPH)
(PHL)
(2FP)
(TBP)
=
-
Nitrobenzene-d3
2-Fluorobiphenql
Terphenyl
Phenol-d3
2-Fluorophenol
2, 4,6-Tribromophenol
QC LIMITS
( 33-114)
( 43-116)
( 33-141)
( 10-94 )
( 21-100)
( 10-123)
# Column to be used to f l a g recovery values
* Values o u t s i d e of c o n t r a c t required QC l i m i t s
D Surrogates d i l u t e d out
D-721
:o ;
:o :
t o:
o :
0 !
0
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
MATRIX SPIKE/MATRIX SPIKE DUPLICATE
D-722
Table C-2. Matrix spike (MS) and matrix spike duplicate
(MSD) r e c o v e r i e s : s e m i v o l a t i l e s i n groundwater
matrix
Sample No.: RESIDENCE
SPIKE
ADDED
(ug/L)
COMPOUND
Phenol
2-Chlorophenol
1.4-Dichlorobenzene
N-Nitroso-di-n-prop. (1)
1,2, 4—Trichlorobenzen«_
4-Chloro—3—fflethylphenol
Acenaphthene
I
4-Ni t r o p heno1
2* 4 — D i n i t r o t o l u e n e ,
Pentachlorophenol_
Pyrene
200
200
!
!
O
0
ioo
ioo
ioo
:
:
:
o
o
o
200
:
o
ioo
200
ioo
200
ioo
:
i
i.
:
:
o
o
o
o
o
SPIKE
ADDED
(ug/L)
COMPOUND
158
137
71.
68.
69.
182
77.
220
84.
108
81.
(1)
101
104
64.
77.
71.
147
79.
184
100
95.
90.
200
200
100
100
IOO
200
ioo
200
100
200
100
2
6
0
0
8
2
RPD:
2 out of
Spike Recovery:
COMMENTS:
•
•
•
0
4
6
6
8
2
.
'
,
'
i -
QC L I M I T S
RPD ! REC.
=S=S=
44 *
i
51
i
32
i
41 *
64
• 10
t
t
78
-13
t
71
• 21
74 •
79 ii
1
•
92 -tf-! I S
:
100 *: -16
48 »
i
12
i
90
-11
N-Nitroso—di-n—propylamine
t» Column t o be used t o f l a g r e c o v e r y
* V a l u e s o u t s i d e o f QC l i m i t s
!12- 89
127- 123
97
!36
!41 116
98
J39
97
!23
!46- 118
: n o * l 10- 80
: ss !24- 96
: 54 : 9- 103
: s i !26- 127
7?
79
71
. 68
! 70
! 91
! 80
MSD 11
7.
1
7.
REC *: RPD *
MSD
CONCENTRATION
(ug/L)
3
Phenol
2—Chloroohenol
1.4-Dichlorobenzene
N-Nitroso-di-n-prop. (1)
1,2<4—Trichlorobenzene_
4-Ch1
or0-3—methylphenol
Ac ena D h t h ene
:
:
4—Nitraohenol
2< 4 - D i n i t r o t o l u e n e
Pentachlaroohenol
Purene
•
;
=
»
!
SAMPLE
MS
: MS ! QC
!LIMITS
!CONCENTRATION
CONCENTRATION:
7. #! REC.
REC
(ug/L)
1
(ug/L)
*
42
40
28
38 •
28
42
31
so
38
50
31
and RPD v a l u e s w i t h an a s t e r i s k
11 o u t s i d e l i m i t s
2, o u t o f 22 o u t s i d e
limits
BNA 3668 RESIDENCE WELL S-8/19/87 E-8/23/87
MS-A 33D£C<2 MIN) TO 300DEC AT 13DEO/MIN
D-723
: 12- 89
127- 123
136
97
!41 116
139
98
!23
97
!46- 118
! 10- BO
!24- 96
i 9-103
!26- 127
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
CALIBRATION CURVE STANDARDS - INORGANICS
Table B-42.
Parameter •
C o n c e n t r a t i o n of C a l i b r a t i o n Curve Standards
:
Method
:
Standard Concentration
:
Units
Fluqride
300.0
1.0
mg/L
Fluoride
300.0
5.0
mg/L
Fluoride
300 .0
10
mg/L
Fluoride
300.0
20
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
0.10
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
1.0
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
10
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
50
mg/L
Fluoride
340 .2
100
mg/L
Fluoride
340.2
250
mg/L
Fluoride
340.2
500
mg/L
340 .2
1000
mg/L
Fluoride
•
Sulfate
300 .0
1.0
mg/L
Sulfate
300 .0
5.0
mg/L
Sulfate
300 .0
10
mg/L
Sulfate
300.0
20
mg/L
D-725 -
Table B - 4 2 .
Parameter
Continued
:
Method
:
Standard Concentration
:
Units
Sulfate
375.4
5.0
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
10
mg/L
Sulfate
375 .4
15
mg/L
Sulfate
375 .4
20
mg/L
Sulfate'
375.4
25
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
30
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
35
mg/L
Sulfate
375.4
40
mg/L
T o t a l Cyanide
335 .2
2.5
ug/250mL
T o t a l Cyanide
335 .2
12.5
ug/250mL
T o t a l Cyanide
335 .2
50
ug/250mL
T o t a l Cyanide
335 .2
100
ug/250mL
T o t a l Cyanide
335.2
200
ug/250mL
Free Cyanide
412H
2.5
ug/250mL
Free Cyanide
412H
12.5
ug/250mL
Free Cyanide
412H
50
ug/250mL
Free Cyanide
412H
100
ug/250mL
Free Cyanide
412H
200
ug/250mL
D-726
m
^
Table B-42.
Paramete r
Continued
Method
Standard Concentration
Units
Calcium
200.7
100
mg/L
Magnesium
200.7
100
mg/L
Potassium
200.7
50
mg/L
Sodium
200.7
250
mg/L
D-727
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
INITIAL AND CONTINUING CALIBRATION VERIFICATION
INORGANICS
D-728
Table B-43.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter 7~:
I n i t i a l Calibration
: Amount :
(a)
True
%R
:
V
a
l
u
e
Found
•
mg/L
Units:
~:
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
Calcium(b)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 .2
102
Calcium(c)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 . 4
104
Calcium(d)
10 .
10 .2
102
10
10 .2
102
Calcium(e)
10
10 .2
102
10
10 .2
102
Calcium(f)
10
10 .2
102
10
9 .9
99
Calcium(g)
10
10 .2
102
10
9 .8
98
Calcium(h)
10
10 .2
102
10
9 .3
93
Calcium(i )
10
10 .0
100
10
9 .7
97
Calcium(j)
10
10 .0
100
10
9. 4
94
Calcium(k)
10
10 .0
100
10
9 .4
94
Calcium(1)
10
10 .0
100
10
9 .5
95
Calcium(m)
10
10 . 4
104
10
10 .5
105
Calcium(n)
10
10 .4
104
10
10 .5
105
Calcium(o)
10
10 . 4
104
10
10 .8
108
Calcium(p)
10
10 .4
104
10
10 .0
100
Calcium(q)
10
10 .4
104 "
10
9 .8
98
Calcium(r)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 .2
102
Calcium(s)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 .3
103
D-729
Table B-43.
Continued
parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Calcium(t)
10
9 .9
99
10
9. 8
98
Calcium(u)
10
9. 9
99
10
10. 5
105
"Calcium( v)
10
10 .1
101
10
10 .3
103
Calcium(w)
10
10 .1
101
10
10 .4
104
Calcium(x)
10
10 .1
101
• 10
10 .5
105
Calcium(y)
10
10 .1
101
10
10 .5
105
(a ) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s - 90-110%
(b Samples 3311-3312
(c Samdes 3313-3314
(d Samples 3315-3320
(e Samples 3327
( f Samples 3328-3331
(g Samples 3332-3334, 3337
(h Samples 3335
Samples 3342-3345, 3358-3359
(i
( j Samples 3460-3465, 3482
(k Samples 3482-3485
(1 Samples 3486-3488
(m Samples 3527-3532
(n Samples 3533-3540
(o Samples 3540-3544
(P Samples 3567-3572
(q Samples 3573-3577
( r Samples 3584-3589 ..
Samples 3590-3591, 3617-3619
(s Samples 3620-3623, 3626-3627
( t Samples 3628-3633
(u
(v Samples 3648, 3666-3668, 3673-3675, 3684
(w Samples 3668, 3684-3687
(x Samples 3668-3693, 3715
(y Samples 3742-3743
D-730
Table B-44.
I n i t i a l and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
mg/L
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Units:
::
C o n t i n u i n g Ca.L i b r a c i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
: Value
Found
%R
Magnesium(b)
10
10.7
107
10
1U . 4
104
Magnesium(c)
10
10.7
107
10
10.8
108
Magnesium(d)
10
10.6
106
10
10 . 6
106
Magnesium(e)
10
10.6
106
10
10 .6
106
Magnesium(r)
10
10 .6
106
10
9.7
97
Magnesium(g)
10
10.6
106
10
9 .4
94
Magnesium(h)
10
10.6
106
10
9.2
92
Magnesium(i)
10
10.2
102
10
10.1
101
Magnesium(j)
10
10.2
102
10
9.9
99
Magnesium( lc)
10
10.2
102
10
10.2
102
Magnesium(1)
10
10.2
102
10
10 .2
102
Magnesium(m)
10
10 .9
109
10
11.0
110
Magnesium(n)
10
10 . 4
104
10
10 .5
105
• •
• •
Magnesium(o)
10
10.9
109
10
10 .9
109
Magnesium(p)
10
10.9
109
10
10 .5
105
Magnesium(q)
10 .
10.9
109
10
10 .6
106
Magnesium(r)
10
10.5
105
10
10 .7
107
Magnesium(s)
10
10 . 5
105
10
10 .9
109
D-731
Table B-44.
Continued
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Magnesium(t)
10
10 .1
101
10
10. 2
102
Magnesium(u)
10
10. 1
101
10
10. 6
106
Magnesium(v)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 .4
104
Magnesium(w)
10
. 10.3
103
10
10 .6
106
Magnesium(x)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 .6
106
Magnesium(y)
10
10 .3
103
10
10 . 4
104
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e C o n t r o l l i m i t s =« 90
(b) Samples 3311- 3312
(c) Samples 3313- 3314
( d j Samples 3315- 3320
(e) Sample 3327
(f) Samples 3328- 3331
(g) Samples 3332- 3334,
(h) Sample 3335
( i ) Samples 3342- 3345 , 3458-3459
( j ) Samples 3460- 3465
(k) Samples 3482- 3485
(1) Samples 3486- 3488
(m) Samples 3527- 3532
(n) Samples 3533- 3540
(o) Samples 3540- 3544
(P) Samples 3567- 3572
(q) Samples 3573- 3577
( r ) Samples 3584- 3589
(s) Samples •3590- 3591,
( t ) Samples 3620- 3623,
(u) Samples 3628- 3633
(v) Samples 3648, 3666(w) Samples 3668 , 3684(x) Samples 3688- 3693,
(y) Samples 3742- 3743
D-732
Table B-45.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
mg/L
,
Units:
::
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
Potassium!b)
10
10 .7
107
10
10. 4
104
Potassium(c)
10
10. 0
100
10
10. 1
101
Potassium(d)
10
10 .0
100
10 •
9. 9
99
Potassium(e)
10
10. 0
100
10
10. 2
102
Potassium(f)
10
10. 3
103
10
10. 5
105
Potassium(g)
10
10 .3
103
10
10. 0
100
Potassium(h)
10
10 3
103
10
10. 4
104
Potassium(i)
10
9 .8
98
10
10 .0
100
Potassium(j)
10
9 .8
98
10
9 .8
98
Potassium(k)
10
9 .8
98
10
10 .1
101
Potassium(1)
10
9 .8
98
10
10 .4
104
Potassium(m)
10
9 .6
96
10
9 .6
96
Potassium(n)
10
9 .6
96
10
.9 .8
98 •
Potassium(o)
10
9 .6
96
10
9 .8
98
Potassium(p)
10
9 .6
96
10
10 .0
100
D-733
Table B-45.
Continued
::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
'Found
%R
::
.Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R'
Potassium(q)
10
9.7
97
10
9.9
99
Potassium(r}
10
9.7
97
10
9.6
96
Potassium(s)
10
9.7
97
10
9.7
97
Potassium(t)
10
9.7
97
10
9.6
96
•
(a) %R - [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s - 90 -110%
(b) Samples 3311-3314
(c) Samples 3315-3320
(d) Samples 3327-3331
(e) Samples 3332-3337
( f ) Samples 3342-3345, 3358-3359
(g) Samples 3460-3465, 3482
(h) Samples 3483-3488
( i ) Samples 3527-3534
( j ) Samples 3535-3541
(k) Samples 3542-3544, 3567-3569
(1) Samples 3570-3577
(m) Samples 3584-3589
(n) Samples 3590-3591, 3617-3621
(o) Samples 3622-3623, 3626-3630
(p) Samples 3631-3633
(q) Samples 3648, 3666-3668, 3673-3675
( r ) Samples 3684-3689
(s) Samples 3668, 3690-3693, 3715
( t ) Samples 3742-3743
D-734
Table B-46.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
•
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
mg/L
Units:
::
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
Sodium(b)
50
52. 3
105
50
50. 38
101
Sodium(c)
10
10 .1
101
10-
10. 1
101
Sodium(d)
10 •
10 .1
101
10
10 .1
101
Sodium(e)
10
10 1
101
10
10. 3
103
Sodium(f)
10
10 9 .
109
10
10, 8
108
Sodium(g)
10
10 9
109
10
10 6
106
Sodium(h)
10
10 9
109
10
10 7
107
Sodium(i)
10
10 .9
109
10
10 .8
108
Sodium(j)
10
10 .9
109
10
10 .7
107
Sodium(k)
10
10 .7
107
10
10 .7
107
Sodium(1)
10
10 .7
107
10
10 .7
107
Sodium(m)
10
10 .7
107
10
10 .8
108
Sodium(n)
10
10 .7
107
10
11 .0
110
Sodium(o)
10
10 .7
107
10
10 .9
109
Sodium(p)
10
10 .9
109
10
10 .2
102
D-735
Table B-46.
Continued
::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
::
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
Sodium(q)
10
10 .9
109
10
10. 0
100
Sodium(r)
10
10 . 9
109
10
9. 9
99
Sodium(s)
10
10 9
109
10
10. 8
108
Sodium(t)
10
10 .9
109
10
11 .0
110
Sodium(u)
10
10 .9
109
10
10 .6
106
Sodium(v)
10
10 .9
109
10
10 .7
107
Sodium(w)
10
10 .9
109
10 •
10 .6
106
(a) %R - [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100..
C o n t r o l l i m i t s - 90-110%
(b) Samples 3311-3314
(c) Samples 3315-3320
(d) Samples 3327-3332
(e) Samples 3332-3337
( f ) Samples 3342-3345, 3458
(g) Samples 3459-3462
(h) Samples 3463-3465
( i ) Samples 3482-3485
( j ) Samples 3486-3488
(k) Samples 3527-3532
(1) Samples 3533-3539
(m) Samples 3540-3544
(n) Samples 3567-3571
(o) 'Samples 3572-3577
(p) Samples 3584-3590
(q) Samples 3591, 3617-3621
( r ) Samples 3622-3623, 3626-3628
(s) Samples 3628-3633
( t ) Samples 3648, 3666-3668
(u) Samples 3673-3675, 3684-3686
(v) Samples 3687-3693, 3715
(w) Samples 3691, 3742-3743
D-736
Table B-47.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter ~:
I n i t i a l Calibration
: Amount :
(a)
True
Found
%R
Value
mg/L
Units:
Tl
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
SodiumTot(b)
1. 50
1 .62
108
9. 0
9 .62
107
SodiumTot(c)
1. 50
1 .62
108
9. 0
9 .74
108
SodiumTot(d)
1. 50
1 .55
103
9. 0
8 .94
99
SodiumTot(e)
1. 50
1 .55
103
9. 0
9 .17
102
SodiumTot(f)
9 .0
9 .35
104
9. 0
9 .83
109
SodiumTot(g)
9. 0
9 .35
104
9. 0
9 .91
110
SodiumTot(h)
9. 0
9 .35
104
9 .0
9 .73
108
SodiumTot(i)
9 .0
9 .35
104
9. 0
9 .39
104
SodiumTot(j)
9. 0
9 .35
104
9. 0
9 .05
101
SodiumTot(k)
9 .0
9 .35
104
9. 0
9 .55
106
SodiumTot(1)
25
• 26 . 3
105
9. 0
9 .12
101
SodiumTot(m)
25
26 .3
105
9. 0
9 .08
101
SodiumTot(n)
25
26 .3
105
9. 0
8 .54
95
SodiumTot(o)
9 .0
9 .57
106
25
27 .1
108
SodiumTot(p)
9 .0
9 .57
106
25
26 .4
106
D-737
Table B-47.
Continued
Parameter
I n i t i a l Calibration
(a)
: Amount :
True
%R
Found
Value
Continuing Calibration
: Amount :
(a)
True
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
SodiumTot(q)
9 .0
9 •57
106
9. 0
9 .18
102
SodiumTot(r)
9 .0
9 .38
104
9. 0
9 .40
104
SodiumTot(s)
9 .0
9 .38
104
10
9 .52
95
SodiumTot(t)
9 .0
9 .38
104
9. 0
9 .47
105
SodiumTot(u)
9 .0
9 .38
104
9. 0
9 .45
105
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s - 90-110%
b Samples 3311-3314
c Samples 3315-3320
:<a Samples 3327-3328, 3330-3331, 3333
e Samples 3329, 3332
f Samples 3334-3337
Samples 3342-3345
Samples
3458-3462
:h
Samples 3463-3465, 3482-3484
i
j Samples 3485-3488
k Samples 3527-3531
1 Samples 3532-3535, 3537-3538
. m Samples 3536, 3539-3544
n Samples 3567-3577
o SamDles 3584-3590
:p Samples 3591, 3617-3623, 3626-3630
:q Samples 3631-3633
r Samples 3648, 3666-3668, 3673
s Samples 3674-3675, 3684-3688
t Samples 3689-3693, 3715
, u Samples 3742-3743
D-7 38
Table B-48.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g
Calibration Verification
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter ::
Initial Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
%R
Found
: : Value
mg/L
Units:
~.
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: Value
Found
%R
Fluoride(b)
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
5.0
100
Fluoride(c)
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
4.8
96
Fluoride(d]
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
4.8
96
Fluoride(e\
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
4.9
98
Fluoride(f)
5.0 .
5.3
106
5.0
5.1
102
Fluoride(g'
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
4.7
94
Fluoride(h
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
4.6
92 -
Fluoride(i
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
4.6
92
Fluoride(j )
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
4.8
96
Fluoride(k )
5.0
5.1
102
5.0
5.2
104
Fluoride(1 )
5.0
5.1
102
5.0
5.3
106
Fluoride(m )
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.7
94
Fluoride(n )
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
5.1
102
Fluoride(o )
5.0
4.8
96
5.0
4.6
92
Fluoride(p )
5.0
4.6
92
5.0
4.6
92
D-739
T a b l e B-48.
Continued
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter ::
Initial Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
mg/L
Units:
~:
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
Fluoride(q)
5.0
4.6
92
5.0
4.6
92
Fluoride(r)
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.3
106
Fluoride(s)
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.3
106
Fluoride(t)
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.3
106
Fluoride(u)
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.4
108
Fluoride(v)
5.0
5.3
106
5.0
5.2
104
Fluoride(w)
5.0
5.0
100
5.0
5.0
100
Fluoride(x)
5.0
5.0
100
5.0
5.5
110
Fluoride(y)
5.0
4.9
98
5.0
4.9
98
Fluoride(z)
5.0
4.9
98
5.0
4.9
98
Fluoride(aa)
5.0
4.9
98
5.0
5.1
102
Fluoride(bb)
5.0
5.4
108
5.0
5.3
106
Fluoride(cc)
5.0
5.4
108
5.0
4.7
94
Fluoride(dd)
5.0
5.4
108
5.0
4.7
94
Fluoride(ee)
5.0
5.1
102
5.0
4.8
96
Fluoride(ff)
5.0
5.1
102
5.0
4.6
92
Fluoride(gg)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.5
90
D-740
Table B-48. C o n t i n u e d
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s - 90-110%
(b) Samples 3313
(c) Samples.3311-3312, 3314
(d) Samples 3315-3318
(e) Samples 3319
( f ) Samples 3327-3330
(g) Samples 3331-3334
(h) Samples 3335-3337
( i ) Samples 3342-3344
( j ) Samples 3345
(k) Samples 3458-3461, 3483, 3487-3488
(1) Samples 3462-3463
(m) Samples 3464-3465, 3482, 3484-3485
(n) Samples 3463, 3485-3486
(o) Samples 3463, 3485, 3527-3528
(p) Samples 3528-3531, 3533
(q) Samples 3532, 3534-3535
( r ) Samples 3536-3540
(s) Samples 3541-3543
( t ) Samples 3543-3544, 3567-3568
(u) Samples 3568-3570
(v) Samples 3571-3573
(w) Samples 3574-3577, 3584-3585
(x) Samples 3586-3591
•(y) Samples 3595-3596, 3610
(z) Samples 3617-3621
(aa) Samples 3622-3623, 3626, 3632-3633
(bb) Samoles 3532, 3536, 3627, 3629-3630, 3667
(cc) Samples 3628, 3631, 3648, 3666, 3668, 3674-3674
(dd) Samples 3675, 3684-3685
(ee) Samples 3673-3675, 3668, 3691
( f f ) Samples 3668, 3684-3687
(gg) Samples 3688-3690, 3692-3693, 3715, 3742-3743
D-741
Table B-49.
I n i t i a l and Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
mg/L
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see footnotes
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
Value
Found
%R
Units:
:
C o n t i n u i n g Ca.L i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
Fluoride(b)
1.0
1.08
108
1.0
1. Ub
106
Fluoride(c)
1.0
1.08
108
1.0
1.06
106
Fluoride(d)
1.0
0 .97
97
1.0
0.92
92
Fluoride(e)
1.0
0.97
97
1.0
0.92
92
Fluoride(f)
1.0
0.97
97
1.0
0.90
90
Fluoride(g)
1.0
0.97
97
1.0
0.90
90
Fluoride(h)
1.0
0.96
96
1.0
0.94
94
Fluoride(i)
1.0
0.96
96
1.0
0.94
94
Fluoride(j)
1.0
0.96
96
1.0
0.91
91
Fluoride(k)
1.0
0.90
90
1.0
0.91
91
Fluoride(1)
1.0
•0.99
99
1.0
0.96
96
Fluoride(m)
1.0
1.0
100
1.0
0.95
95
Fluoride(n)
1.0
1.0
100
1.0
0.99
99
Fluoride(o)
1.0
1.0
100
1.0
0.94
94
Fluoride(p)
1.0
1.0
100
1.0
0.92
92
Fluoride(q)
1.0
0.96
96
1.0
0.94
94
i n / "
• *
D-742
1
Table B-49.
Continued
(a) %R =« [ ( t r u e v a l u e -amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s = 90
(b) 3311-3314
(c) Samples 3315- 3320
(d) Samples 3327- 3334
(e) Samples 3335- 3337 , 3342-3345
( f ) Samples 3458- 3464
(g) Samples 3465, 3482(h) Samples 3527- 3534
( i ) Samples 3535- 3542
( j ) Samples 3543- 3544, 3567-3572
(k) Samples 3573- 3577
(1) Samples 3584- 3590
(m) Samples 3591, 3617- 3621, 3627
(n) Samples 3622- 3626, 3628-3631, 3668
(o) Samples 3632- 3633 ,
(P) Samples 3685- 3689 3648, 3666-3667, 3673-3675, 3684
(q) Samples 3690- 3693,
3715, 3742-3743
D-743
T a b l e B-50.
Initial
and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE ) :
T]
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
_
mg/L
Units:
~:
Continuing Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
Sulfate(b)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.8
96
Sulfate(c)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.6
92
Sulfate(d)
5.0
4.9
98
5.0
4.8
96
Sulfate(e)
5.0
4.9
98
5.0
4.9
98
Sulfate(f) .
5.0
5.5
110
5.0
5.1
102
Sulfate(g)
5.0
• 5.5
110
5-0
4.9
98
5.0
5.5
110
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.5
90
5.0
4.8
96
• •
• •
Sulfate(h)
Sulfate(i)
• •
• •
Sulfate(j)
5.0
4.5
90
5.0
4.8
96
S u l f a t e ( JO
• 5.0
5.2
104
5.0
5.3
106
Sulfated)
5.0
5.2
104
5.0
5.4 .
108
Sulfate(m)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.6
92
Sulfate(n)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.7
94
Sulfate(o)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.6
92
Sulfate(p)
5.0
4.7
94
5.0
4.7
94
D-744
Table B - 5 0 .
Parameter
Continued
::
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
: : Value
Found
%R
Sulfate(q)
576
Sulfate(r) ' "
571
Sulfate(s) * '
570
Sulfate(t)" "
576
Sulfate(u)
"
::
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount :
(a)
: : Value
Found
%R
571
102
570
571
102
571
102
576
5.1
102
571
l02
571
477
571
102
576
5.2
• 104
570
479
98
576
473
98
Sulfate(v)
TO
971
94
10
971
96
Sulfate(w)
TO"
971
94
10
972
92
Sulfate(x)' *
571
479
98
571
471
98
Sulfate(y)
571
471
98 . •
571
479
98
Sulfate(z)
571
479
98
571
572
104
Sulfate(aa) "
H
971
93
TO
9~70
90
Sulfate(bb) "
571
479
98
570
478
96
Sulfate(cc) "
570
479
98
571
570
TOO
Sulfate(dd) "
570
471
98
571
577
94
Sulfate(ee) "
576
471
98
576
4~79
98
'
''.
"
D-745
'
94
.Table B-50.
Continued
%R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s =- 90-110%
(b) Sample 3313
(c) Samples 3311-3312, 3314
(d) Samples 3315-3318
(e) Sample 3319
( f ) Samples 3327-3330
(g) Samples 3331-3334
3335-3337
(h) Samples 3342-3344
( i ) Samples 3345
( j ) Sample 3458-3461, 3483, 3487-3488
U) Samples
Samples 3462-3463
(1) Samples 346.4-3465, 3482, 3484-3485
(m) Samples 3463, 3485 ,"3527-3528
(n) Samples 3528-3531, 3533
(o) Samples 3532, 3534-3535
(P) Samples 3536-3541
(q) Samples 3541-3543
( r ) Samples 3543-3544, 3567-3568
(s) Samples 3568-3570
( t ) Samples 3571-3573
U) Samples 3574-3577, 3584-3588
(v) Samples 3589-359-1
(w) Samples 3595-3596, 3610
(x) Samples 3617-3621
(y) Samples 3622-3623, 3626 3623-3633
(z) - Samples 3627-3631, 3648 3666-3667
(aa) Samples 3668, 3673-3675 3691 .
(bb) Samples 3684-3687
( c c ) Samples 3687-3690, 3692
(dd) Samples 3693, 3715, 3742-3743
(ee)
(a)
D-746 .
Table B-51.
I n i t i a l and C o n t i n u i n g C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
mg/L
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE) :
I n i t i a l Calibration
True
: Amount :
(a)
%R
Value
Found
Paramete r
To
Sulfate(b)
••
•
2.6
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
(a)
Amount
True
Found
%R
: Value
"40"
98
39
;
Units:
• •
85
"39"
98
26
85
Sulfate(c)
30
Sulfate(d)
30
26
85.
20
17.2
86
Sulfate(e)
30
26
85
20
19
95
Sulfate(t)
20
20. 2
101
30
28.4
95
Sulfate(g)
20
20 .2
101
20
19 .6
98
Sulfate(h)
20
20 .2
101
20
19.3
97
Sulfate(i)
20
20
100
20
18
90
Sulfate(j)
20
20
100
20
20
100
Sulfate(k)
20
19 . 1
96
20
19.4
TT
Sulfated)
20
19 .1
96
20
19.4
97
Sulfate(m)
20
19 .1
96
20
18
90
Sulfate(n)
20
19 .1
96
20
18.8
94
Sulfate(o)
20
21
105
20
20
100
Sulfate(p)
20
21
105
20
21
T05~
• •
D-747
Table B-51.
Continued
A s s o c i a t e d Samples see f o o t n o t e s
(ESM ID RANGE):
_
Units:
mg/L
105
20
20. 4
102
19. 4
97
20
20
100
20
19 4
97
20
19 . 4
97
20
19 .4
97
20
19 .8
99
Sulfate(q)
20
21
Sulfate!r)
20
Sulfate!s)
Sulfate!t)
(a) %R - [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s - 90-110%
(b) Samples 3311-3320
(c) Samples 3327-3334
(d) Samples 3335-3337
(e) Samples 3342-3345
( f ) Samples 3458-3460
(g) Samples 3461-3463, 3465, 3482
(h) Samples 3464, 3483-3488
( i ) Samples 3527-3535
( j ) S a m d e s 3536-3540
(k) Samples 3541-3544, 3567-3570
(1) Samples 3571-3577
(m) Samples 3584-3591
(n) Samples 3617-3622
(o) Samples 3623, 3626-3629
(p) Samples 3630-3633, 3648, 3667-3668 .
(q) Samples 3666, 3673
( r ) Samples 3674-3675, 3684-3687
(s) Samples 3688-3693, 3715, 3742
( t ) Sample
3743
D-748
Table B-54.
Initial
and Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
see footnotes
(ESM ID RANGE):
ug/L
Units:
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l C a l i b r a t i o n ::
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount : ( a ) ( b )
True
: Amount : ( a ) ( b )
• * Value
Found
Found
%R
%R
: : Value
TotCyanide(c
200
200
100
200
214
107
200
200
100
200
209
105
TotCyanide(e,
200
200
100
200
214
107
TotCyanide(f
200
200
100
200
207
103
TotCyanide(g)
200
204
102
200
209
105
TotCyanide(h)
200
206
103
200
190
95
TotCyanide(i)
200
206
103
200
189
95
TotCyanide(j)
200
195
98
200
186
93
TotCyanide(k)
200
193
96
200
204
102
TotCyanide(1)
200
193
96
200
196
98
TotCyanide(m)
200
193
96
200
196
98
TotCyanide(n)
200
207
104
200
209
105
TotCyanide(o)
200
207
104
200
209
105
TotCyanide(p)
200
213
106
200
209
105
TotCyanide(q)
200
213
106
200
209
105
TotCyanide(r)
200
214
107
200
193
96
• •
TotCyanide(d
* •
• *
• •
• •
D-749
Table B-54.
Continued
ug/L
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
see footnotes
(ESM ID RANGE):
Units:
Continuing Calibration
I n i t i a l Calibration
::
True
: Amount : ( a ) ( b )
True
: Amount : ( a ) ( b )
Found
%R
:: V a l u e
Found
%R
: : Value
Parameter ::
TotCyanide(s)
200
210
105
••
TotCyanide(t)
200
210
105
••
TotCyanide(u)
200
199
100
•
•
200
209
105
200
209
105
200
209
105
200
204
102
200
202
101
200
209
- 105
•
•
200
202
101
•
4
••
TotCyanide(x)
105
•
••
TotCyanide(w)
2oy
«
••
TotCyanide(v)
200
<
200
204
102
200
195
9b
200
199
99
200
202
101
200
202
101
200
204
102
200
204
102
200
197
98
» •
TotCyanide(y)
200
190
95
« •
TotCyanide(z)
200
201
100
• •
T o t C y a n i d e ( a a ) 200
202
101
• *
••
T o t C y a n i d e ( a b ) 200
202
101
208
104
••
T o t C y a n i d e ( a c ) 200
• •
••
T o t C y a n i d e ( a d ) 200
208
104
••
••
••
190
95
T o t C y a n i d e ( a f ) 200
210
105
200
207
103
T o t C y a n i d e ( a g ) 200
205
103
200
202
101
T o t C y a n i d e ( a e ) 200
••
••
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
v J
%R = [ ( t r u e value - amount found)/true value] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s f o r ICVS and CCVS are 90-100 %R
Samples 3311-3314
Sample 3315
Sample 3316
Sample 3317-3320
Samples 3327-3331, 3333
Samples 3332, 3334, 3336-3337
Sample 3335
Samples 3342-3345
*
D-750
Table B-54.
Continued
JO Samples 3458- 3463
1) Samples 3464- 3465
m) Samples 3482- 3484
n) Samples 3485- 3488
o) Samples 3527- 3528
P) Samples 3529- 3531
q) Samples 3532- 3534, 3536
r) Samples 3535, 3537- 3540,
s) Samples 3541, 3543- 3544
t) Samples 3567- 3569
u) Samples 3570- 3575
v) Samples 3576-3577
w) Samples 3584- 3586
x) Samples 3587- 3591
y) Samples 3617- 3622
z) Samples 3623, 3626- 3630,
aa) Samples 3631 -3632
ab) Samples 3648, 3666 -3667
ac) Sample 3668
ad) Samples 3673 -3675
ae) Samples 3684 -3689
af) Samples 3690 -3693, 3715
ag) Samples 3742 -3744
D-751
Table B-55.
I n i t i a l and Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n V e r i f i c a t i o n
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
see footnotes
(ESM ID RANGE):
Paramete r
True
I n i t i a l Calibration
: Amount : (a)(b)
• * Value
• •
Found
ug/L
Units:
True
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
: Amount : (a)(b)
:: V a l u e
%R
Found
%R
F r e e C y a n i d e ( c) 200
206
103
200
192
96
F r e e C y a n i d e ( d) 200
206
103
200
192
96
F r e e C y a n i d e I e) 200
206
103
200
209
104
F r e e C y a n i d e ( f ) 200
208
104
200
190
95
F r e e C y a n i d e ( g) 200
203
102
200
205
103
F r e e C y a n i d e ( h) 200
198
99
200
201
101
• •
•
193
96
200
207
104
F r e e C y a n i d e ( j ) 200
193
96
200
192
96
F r e e C y a n i d e k) 200
193
96
200
192
96
F r e e C y a n i d e 1) 200
207
104
200
202
101
F r e e C y a n i d e m) 200
207
104
200
202
101
F r e e C y a n i d e n) 200
213
106
200
202
101
F r e e C y a n i d e '. o) 200
213
106
200
202
101
F r e e C y a n i d e (P) 200
214
107
200
207
104
F r e e C y a n i d e ( i ) 200
«
•
D-752
Table B-55.
Continued
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
see footnotes
(ESM ID RANGE):
ug/L
Units:
Parameter ::
I n i t i a l Calibration
::
Continuing C a l i b r a t i o n
True
: Amount : (a)(b)
True
: Amount : (a)(b)
:: Value
Found
%R
:: Value
Found
%R
FreeCyanide(q) 200
210
105
200
198
99
F r e e C y a n i d e ( r ) 200
210
105
200
198
99
F r e e C y a n i d e s) 200
199
100
200
198
99
200
209
105
200
192
96
F r e e C y a n i d e u) 200
209
105
200
192
96
F r e e C y a n i d e v) 200
209
105
200
197
98
F r e e C y a n i d e w)
200
190
95
200
198
99
F r e e C y a n i d e x) 200
201
100
200
195
98
F r e e C y a n i d e ( y) 200
202
101
200
198
99
F r e e C y a n i d e z) 200
202
101
200
198
99
F r e e C y a n i d e ( aa) 200
208
104
200
199
100
F r e e C y a n i d e <ab) 200
208
104
200
199
100
F r e e C y a n i d e ( ac) 200
190
95
200
204
102
F r e e C y a n i d e ( ad) 200
210
105
200
206
103
F r e e C y a n i d e i ae) 200
205
103
200
196
98
•
FreeCyanide t)
•
•
•
•
* <
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
%R = [ ( t r u e value - amount found)/true value] x 100
C o n t r o l l i m i t s f o r ICVS and CCVS are 90-110 %R
Samples 3311-3314
Samples 3315-3316
Samples 3317-3320
Samples 3327-3331
Samples 3334-3337
Samples 3342-3345
Samples 3458-3462
Samples 3463-3465
D-753
Table B-55.
Continued
(k) Samples 3482-3484
(1) Samples 3485-3488
(m) Samples 3527-3528
(n) Samples 3529-3531
(o) Samples 3532-3534, 3536
(p) Samples 3535, 3537-3540, 3542
(q) Samples 353541, 3543-3544
(r) Samples 3567-3569
(s) Samples 3570-3575
( t ) Samples 3576-3577
(u) Samples 3584-3586
(v) Samples 3587-3591
(w) Samples 3617-3622
(x) Samples 3623, 3626-3630, 3633
(y) Samples 3631-3632
(z) Samples 3648, 3666-3667
(aa) Sample 3668
(ab) Samples 3673-3675
(ac) Samples 3684-3689
(ad) Samples 3690-3693, 3715
(ae) Samples 3742-3744
D-754
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
LABORATORY DUPLICATES
D-755
Table B-2.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment o f Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i cable o r a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3311-3314
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:_
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
Water
Matrix:
: Lab ID . Q u a n t i t a t i o n
Limit
(QL)
3311
1.0
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3311
1.0
BicarbAlkalin
0 .25
:
mg/L
Units:
Sample
Result
(SR)
: Duplicate :
Result '
(DR)
158
162
<1.0
<1.0
9.8
8.1
2.40
2.30
(a)
Calc
RPD
3%
NC (b)
19%
Chloride
3314
FluorideIC
3311
• 1.6
FluoridelSE
3314
• 1-0
SulfateIC
3311
2.0
53
. 50
6%
SulfateTurb
3311
5. 0
61
64
5%
CalciumDiss
3311
0.500
27.9
26.6
5%
MagnesiumDiss
3311
0 . 500
11.8
11.3
• 4%
PotassiumDiss
3311
1 .00
SodiuraDiss
3311
1.00
41.7
41.7
<1%
SodiumTot
3314
1.00
43
41.8
3%
<1.0
8.55
(a) RPD - (SR-DRJ/.I (SR+DRJ/2] X 100
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
(c) F o r r e s u l t s <5X QL, v a l u e s must agree w i t h i n + QL
D-756
<1.0
8.48
(c)
NC
<1%
Table B-5.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment o f Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3315-3320
Water
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
mg/L
Matrix:
Units:
: Lab ID . Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Result
Limi t
(SR)
(QL)
: Duplicate :
Result
(DR)
(a)
Calc
RPD
Chloride
3315
0.25
8.8
9.8
CyanideTot
3319
0.010
0.089
0 . 064 31%
CyanideFree
3319
0.010
0.020
0.016
FluorideIC
3319
1.6
<1.6
. .<1.6
FluoridelSE
3316
1.0
<1.0
<1. 0
SulfateIC
3319
2.0
19
18
SulfateTurb
3319
5.0
CalciumDiss
3319
0.500
24
24.8
3%
MagnesiumDiss
3319
0 .500
12.9
12 . 4
4%
PotassiumDiss
3319
1.00
6.0
5.9
1%
SodiumDi ss
3319
1.00
15.3
14.9
3%
SodiumTot
3319
1.00
17.4
17.5
<1%
9.4
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) For r e s u l t s <5X QL, v a l u e s must agree w i t h i n + QL
(c) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
D-757
9.8
11% .
(b)
NC(c)
NC
(b)
Table B-8.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample per b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The" R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t Laboratory Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i cable or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g Procedures. Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3327-3337
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
: Lab
BicarbAlkalin
Water
Matrix:
ID •. Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Limi t
. Result
(SR)
(QL)
3335
1 .0
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 33 3 5
1 .0
mg/L
Units:
Duplicate :
Result
(DR)
100
<1. 0 .
98
(a)
Calc
RPD
2%
<1. 0
NC(b)
Chloride
3327
0 .64
5. 1
5 .7
11% •
Chloride • •
3337
0 .64
7.7
7 .7
<1%
CyanideTot
3332
0 .010
<0. 010
<0 .010
NC
CyanideFree
3332
0 .010
<0. 010
<0 .010
NC
FluorideIC
3332
1 .6
6. 4
6 .6
(c)
FluoridelSE
3332
1. 0
4 .8
4 .8
(c)
SulfateIC
3332
2 .0
1310
1520
15%
SulfateTurb
3332
5 .0
117
120
3%
CalciumDiss
3332
0 .500
213
214
<1%
MagnesiumDiss
3332
0 .500
107
111
4%
PotassiumDiss
3332
1 .00
SodiumDiss
3332
1 .00
243
242
<ll
SodiumTot
3332
1 .00
246
229
7%
11. 4
(a) RPD - (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
(c) For r e s u l t s <5X QL, valjue^_mn§t agree w i t h i n + QL
D-7 58
11. 4
<1%
Table B-12.
QC Summary —
-Duplicate
Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was a n a l y z e d as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i cable or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . R e q u i r e d RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3342-3345
Associated Samples:__
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
: Lab
Water
Matrix:
ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n
Limit
(QL)
:
mg/L
Units:
Sample
Result
(SR)
z Duplicat
Result
(DR)
3342
1 .0
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3342
1 .0
<1. 0
<1. 0
NC(c)
BicarbAlkalin
1. 44
1. 46
(a)
Calc
RPD
(b)
CyanideTot
3342
0 . 010
<0. 010
<0. 010
NC
CyanideFree
3342-—
0 .010
<o.010
<0. 010
NC • •
FluorideIC
3342
1 .6
<1. 6
<1. 6
NC
FluoridelSE
3342
1 .0
<1. 0
<1. 0
NC
SulfateIC
3342
2 .0
21
22
5%
SulfateTurb
3342
5 .0
22
22
(b)
C a l c i u m D i ss
3342
0 .500
23. 7
27
13%
MagnesiumDiss
3342
0 .500
16
16
<1%
P o t a s s i u m D i ss
3342
1 .00
SodiumDi ss
3342
1 .00
18. 1
18 .1
<i%
SodiumTot
3342
1 .00
18. 4
17 .9
3%
4. 06
(a) RPD - (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) For r e s u l t s <5X QL, v a l u e s must agree w i t h i n + QL
(c) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
D-759
4 .15
(b)
Table B-14.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One s a m d e p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
duplicate
The" R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) Statement o f Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g p r o c e d u r e s . Samole r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and calcu l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3458-3465
Water
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
: Lab
mg/L
Matrix:
ID . Q u a n t i t a t i o n
Limi t
(QL)
:
Units:
Sample
Result
(SR)
: Duplicate
Result
(DR)
:
(a)
Calc
RPD
3459
1. 0
82
82
<1%
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3459
1.0
<1.0
<1.0
NC( b )
7.8
7.8
BicarbAlkalin
Chloride
3462_. _
0 . 49
CyanideTot
3459 •
0.010
<0.010
<0.010
NC
CyanideFree
3459
0.010
. <0.010
<0.010
NC
Fluo r i d e I C
3459
1.6
<1.6
<1.6
NC
FluoridelSE
3459
1. 0
<1.0
<1. 0
NC
SulfateIC
3459
2.0
11
11
<i%
SulfateTurb
3459
5.0
10
11
(c)
CalciumDiss
3459
0.500
21
20.7
1%
MagnesiumDiss
3459
0.500
6.71
6 .58
2%
PotassiumDiss
3459
1.00
3.86
3.86
(c )
SodiumDi s s
3459
1.00
3 .42
3 .60
(c)
SodiumTot
3459
1.00
3.93
3.95
(c )
(a) R P D = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d ( N C ) , r e s u l t <QL
(c) For r e s u l t s <5X QL, v a l u e r m p ^ t agree w i t h i n + QL
D-760
<1%
Table B-19.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e o r a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3527-3531
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
: Lab ID
BicarbAlkalin
Water
Matrix:
Quantitation :
Limi t
(QL)
3529
1.0
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3529
1.0
Chlo r i d e
3529
0.29
FluorideIC
3529
FluoridelSE
mg/L
Units:
Sample
Result
(SR)
154
Duplicate :
Result
(DR)
(a)
Calc
RPD
150
3%
<1.0
<1.0
4.7
5.6
1.6
<1.6
<1.6
NC
3529
1.0
<1.0
<1.0
NC
SulfateIC
3529
2.0
18
18
<1%
SulfateTurb
3530
5.0
59
51
14%
C a l c i u m D i ss
3529
0.500
21.5
21.6
<1%
MagnesiumDiss
3529
0.500
9.62
9 .86
3%
PotassiumDiss
3529
1.00
6.57
6.57
<1%
SodiumDi ss
3529
1.00
38.5
39.1
2%
SodiumTot
3529
1.00
40
39.2
2%
:
3529
0.010
:
0.01
CyanideFree :
3529
0.010
:
<0.010
CyanideTot
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD not c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
D-761
NC(b)
17%
<0.01 :
NC
<0.010 :
NC
^
Table B-21.
QC Summary —
Duplicate Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t Laboratory Program (CL?) S t a t e ment o f Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i cable o r a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs are l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3532-3544
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
Water
Matrix:
Units:
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Limit
Result
(QL)
(SR)
BicarbAlkalin
mg/L
: Duplicate :
Result
(DR)
3535
1.0
98
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3535
1.0
<1.0
<1.0
5.0
5.9
Chloride
3535
0 .29
CyanideTot
3535
"' 0.010
FluorideIC
3535
1.6
FluoridelSE
3535
SulfateIC
4%
NC(b)
17%
<0.010
NC
• <1.6
<1.6
NC
1.0
<1.0
<1.0
NC
3535
2.0
15
13
14%
SulfateTurb
3535
5.0
<5.0
<5.0
NC
CalciumDiss
3535
0.500
15
14.2
MagnesiumDiss
3535
0.500
4.3
4.05
6%
PotassiumDiss
3535
1.00
6.65
6.40
4%
SodiumDiss
3535
1.00
30.9
30.3
2%
SodiumTot
3535
1.00
28.3
28 .6
1%
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100 •
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s i s t <QL
D-762
<0.010
102
(a)
Calc
RPD
6%
Table B-24.
QC Summary -
.
Duplicate Analysis
=
r r h r e c e i v e d was a n a l y z e d as a . l a o o r a t o r y
One sample p e r ^
^eivea
p ) was c a l c u l a t e d and
d u n l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t ° ^ ^ _ « ^
m (CLP) Stateinterpreted according to
Contract
* b l e ) where a p p l i n t o f Work 5/87 t see c l a r i f i c a t i * °* .
s t a n d a r d Operc a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o f *
d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and calcH a
b a
c h
( R
D
r
a
t o r y
t h e
P r o g r a
t a
o n
m e
i
n
E
S
M
d
RPD c o n t r o 1 l i m l t s a r e
^K^^
+ 20%.
Lab ID
Units:
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
mg/L
Water
3567-3577
Quantitation
Limit
(QL)
Duplicate
Result
(DR)
Sample
Result
(SR)
TTo
CarbAlxaimit-y
3572
1.0
Chloride
3572
0 .29
3. a
CyanideTot
.3572
0,010 ,
0 .20.0
CyanideFree
"3572
0.010
0.016
FluorideIC
3571
l.b
<1. b
FluoridelSE
3572
1.0
1. u
2. 0
52
J u
SulfateIC
3571
5.0
25
_ J
SulfateTuro
3576
CalciumDiss
3572
O.bOO
20.4
MagnesiumD.iss
3572
O.bOO
8 . b4
PotassiumDiss
3572
1.00
7.48
SodiumDiss
3572
1.00
33 . i
SodiumTot
3572
1.00
28 .1
Sb! ™ n e t c.l«l|t.d <»<: . , e s u i t
-(c) F o r r e s u l t s <bX QJ-,
5_
V c A
7 6 3
~~
<S 1X •0v
<1. 0
<QL
M
w
u
h
a
NC(b)
4 4
15%
0 222
10%
0 01b
•cl 6
S X •w
1 0
X • w
i
()
Calc
132
B i c a r b A l k a l i n -"3572
136
V
NC
tc
Sn
7%
13
(c)
70 9
8.64
1%
7 4/
<1%
33 4
J J • "
79 2
n
Q
L
!
<1
4%
Table B-27.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
.One sample p e r b a t c h received.was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CL?) S t a t e ment o f Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3584-3591
A s s o c i a t e d Samples:
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
: Lab ID
BicarbAlkalin
Water
Matrix:
Quantitation :
Limi t
(QL)
mg/L
Units:
Sample
Result
(SR)
344
Duplicate :
Result
(DR)
(a)
Calc
RPD
346
1%
3590
1 .0
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3590
1 .0
<1. 0
<1. 0
6 .7
7 .0
NC(b)
Chloride
3589
0 .29
CyanideTot
3590
0 . 010
<0. 010
<0. 010
NC
CyanideFree
3590
0 .010
<0. 010
<0. 010
NC
FluorideIC
3590
1 .6
<1. 6
<1. 6
NC
FluoridelSE
3591
1 .0
<1. 0
<1. 0
NC
SulfateIC
3590
2 .0
165
165
<1%
SulfateTurb
3590
5. 0
125
128
2%
CalciumDiss
3590
0 .500
96
97. 2
1%
MagnesiumDiss
3590
0 .500
54. 3
52. 8
3%
PotassiumDiss
3590
1 .00
SodiumDiss
3590
• 1.00
18. 8
18 .9
<1%
SodiumTot
3590
1 .00
20 .5
21. 2
3%
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC) , r e s u ^ <QL
D-7b4
8 .26
8 .39
4%
2%
Table B-30.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was a n a l y z e d as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) Statement o f Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e o r a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM S t a n d a r d Oc-era t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR) and"calcu l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e . R e q u i r e d RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
3617-3621
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
Lab ID
i
BicarbAlkalin
mg/L
Water
Matrix:
Quantitation
Limi t
(QL)
Units:
Sample
Result
(SR)
: Duplicate
Result
(DR)
:
(a)
Calc
RPD
3618
1 .0
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3618
1 .0
<1 .0
<1 .0
Chloride
3620
0 .29
10 .2
10 .5
CyanideTot
3618
0 . 010
0 .557
0 .512
8%
CyanideFree
3618
0 .010
0 .062
0 .057
8%
FluorideIC
3618
1 .6
1 .6 •
1 .8
(c)
FluoridelSE
3618
1 .0
1 0
1 .0
(c)
SulfateIC
3618
2. 0
24
24
SulfateTurb
3618
5 0
22
22
CalciumDiss
3618
0 500
15. 9
16 . 0
MagnesiumDiss
3618
0. 500
4 .99
4 .96
<1%
PotassiumDiss
3618
1. 00
6. 98
7 .05
1%
SodiumDiss
3618
1. 00
31. 6
31. 7
<1%
SodiumTot
3618
1. 00
34. 9
34. 3
2%
114
(a) RPD - (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) RPD n o t c a l c u l a t e d (NC), r e s u l t <QL
(c) For r e s u l t s <5X QL, v a l u e s must =igree w i t h i n + QL
D-765
116
2%
NC(b)
35
<1%
(c)
<1%
1
Table 32b .
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
One sample per b a t c h r e c e i v e d was analyzed as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o the C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) S t a t e ment of Work 5/87 (see c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i c a b l e or a c c o r d i n g t o d a t a q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n ESM Standard Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t (SR), d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t (DR), c a l c u l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n the t a b l e . Required RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%
A s o c i a t e d Samples: 3622-3623;3626-3633
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parameter
M a t r i x : Water
: Lab ID : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : Sample
Limit
: Result
(QL)
:
(SR)
BicarbAlkalin:
:
:
:
U n i t s : mg/L
D u p l i cate
Result
(DR)
Calc.
RPD
(a)
3631
1.0
:
88
:
90
2%
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y : 3631
1.0
:
20
:
20
0%
Chloride
:
3631
0.29
:
8.5 :
8.5
0%
CyanideTot
:
3631
.
0.01
:
1.18
CyanideFree
:
3631
:
0.01
:
0.034 :
F l u o r i d e IC
:
3631
:
1.6
:
1.6
F l u o r i d e ISE :
3631
:
1.0
:
<1.0 :
<1 . 0
S u l f a t e IC
:
3631
:
2.0
:
81
:
86
:
6%
S u l f a t e Turb :
3632
:
5.0
:
91
:
98
:
8%
Calcium d i s s :
3631
:
0.50
:
28
28
:
0%
Magnesiumdi s s :
3631
:
0 . 50
Potassiumdiss:
3631
:
1.0
Sodium d i s s
:
3631
:
Sodium t o t
:
3631
:
:
:
:
0.94
22%(b)
0.032 -
4%
1. 5
6%
NC( c)
7.4
:
7.3
:
1%
:
9.4
:
9.6
:
3%
1.0
:
52
:
52
:
0%
1.0
:
48
:
49
:
(a) RPD = (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
(b) High RPD due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
(c) RPD not c a l c u l a t e d (NC), result'<QL
D-766
1%
:
:
:
Table B-36.
QC Summary —
Duplicate
Analysis
one sample p e r b a t c h r e c e i v e d was a n a l y z e d as a l a b o r a t o r y
d u p l i c a t e . The R e l a t i v e P e r c e n t D i f f e r e n c e (RPD) was c a l c u l a t e d and
i n t e r p r e t e d a c c o r d i n g t o t h e C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program (CLP) State
™int o f Work 5/87 ( s e e c l a r i f i c a t i o n s below the t a b l e ) where a p p l i e r ccocding'tc data q u a l i t y o b j e c t i v e s i n
S t a n d a r d Opera t i n g P r o c e d u r e s . Sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , d u p l i c a t e r e s u l t DR) and c a l c
S l a t e d RPDs a r e l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e . R e q u i r e d RPD c o n t r o l l i m i t s are
+ 20%.
: Lab ID
Units:
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
(ESM ID RANGE)
Parame te r.
mg/L
Water
3673-3676
Quantitation
Limit
(QL)
Sample
Result
(SR)
Duplicate
Result
(DR)
1%
3674
1. 0
170
168
C a r b A l k a l i n i t y 3674
1. 0
4
4
BicarbAlkalin
(a)
Calc
RPD
(b)
n a
Chloride
3674
0 .29
6. 1
5. 6
CyanideTot
3674
0 .010
1. 02
1. 24
CyanideFree
3674
• 0 .010
0 .052
0 .044
(o)
FluorideIC
3674
1. 6
3 .2
3 .3
(b)
FluoridelSE
3674
1 0
2. 5
2. 6
(b)
SulfateIC
3674
2 .0
30
31
3 -s
SulfateTurb
3673
5 .0
21
18
(o)
CalciumDiss
3674
0 . 500
37 .8
38 . 6
2*
MagnesiumDiss
3674
0 .500
14 .4
14 . 4
<1%
PotassiumDiss
3674
1 .00
10
9 .91
<1%
SodiumDi ss
3674
1 .00
24 .9
24 . 8
<1%
SodiumTot
3674
1 .00
24 .5
24 . 8
1%
(a) RPD - (SR-DR)/[(SR+DR)/2] X 100
_
(b) For r e s u l t s <5X QL, v a l u e s must agree w i t h i n + QL
D-7 6 7
9%
20-s
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
MATRIX SPIKE - ORGANICS
D-768
Table B-3.
QC Summary—Spike
Recoveries
One sample per b a t c h was s p i k e d and analyzed f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t (SR), s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent recovery (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3311-3314
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter : Lab : Control- : S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
Result
Result
Limits
ID
mg/L
Units
Spike
Added
: (a)
%R
i rt tf
Chloride
3312
85- 115
CyanideTot
3311
75- 125
o.400
0. 037
0 .400
CyanideFree
3311
75- 125
0 293
0. 062
0.400
Fluo r i d e I C
3311
85- 115
13
2. 2
10
108
F l u o r i d e l S E 3312
85- •115
44
0. 95
50
86
3311
85-•115
14
4. 8
10
92
S u l f a t e T u r b 3311
85--115
41
15
25
103
C a l c i u m D i s s 3311
75--125
43 .6
22. 4
20
106
MagnesiumDi ss3311
75--125
30 .2
9 43
20
104
PotassiumDi ss3311
75--125
16 .8
6 .84
10
99
SulfateIC
93
6. 2
82
106
91
58(b)
SodiumDiss
3311
75--125
44 .5
. 3 3.4
10
111
SodiumTot
3311
75--125
56 .9
35
20
110
(a) %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) Low s p i k e recovery due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
D-769
result \ s , T M ^ \ H d (S ,! p e r c e n t ^ c o v ^
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
A
Water
3327-3333
(ESM ID RANGE):
Matrix:
Parameter
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
: L.ab : C o n t r o l
Limits
ID
(«,. and
mg/L
Units:
: (a)
. Spike
: S p i k e d Sample : Sample : A d d e d
R
e
s
u
l
t
Result
74.2
3.6
%R
97
J A . 3
Chloride(b)
332y
85-llb
CyanideTot
3329
75-125
0.474
0.023
n dfin ' T T I
u . 1uu
CyanideFree
3329
75-125
O.iib
0
U . 4UU
FluorideIC
3329
85-115
FluoridelSE
3329
85-llb '
SulfateIC
3329
85-llb
13
SulfateTuro
3329
85-llb
37.7
19.3
ZO
CalciumDiss
3329
75-125
25.4
15.6
1 n
1U
M a g n e s i u m D i s s 3 329
75-125
lb.b
5 .91
PotassiumDiss3329
75-125
lb.2
5.76
SodiumDiss
3329
75-125
34.8
SodiumTot
3329
75-125
44.8
11
4.a
0.64
n
1 0 0
D-770
n
A
nO 4»
T
04 _
X U T A
4 . U. . .
i n
1
u •
on
-1
(a) %R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] *
(b) Associated w i t h samples 3327-3_j/
r\ c\
1U
1.0
3 .6
A
A
1u
95
94
92
98
Qj 7
/
i n
Q4
24.7
i n
1
U
X U X
25.4
"
Z)Un
i U
i ni
97
Table B-10.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One samDle p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and analyzed f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR), ^
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y (<R), ana
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3334- 3337
(ESM ID RANGE):
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l .: S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
Result
Limi ts
Result
ID
5.4
Uni t s :
Spike
Added
(a)
%R
C h l o r i d e ( b ) 3342
85-115
3335
75-125
0.430
0 .180
0 .400
CyanideFree 3335
75-125
0.332
0.015
0. 400
3335
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3335
85-115
3335
85-115
13
S u l f a t e T u r b 3335
85-115
27
CalciumDi ss 3335
75-125
MagnesiumDiss3 33 5
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3 3 35
CyanideTot
74.8
mg/L
72. 5
3o
63(c)
"*7 A
79
1 1
FluorideIC
11
0
10
A
SulfateIC
3.9
0.33
A
110
A
4
92
4.2
10
88
8.6
20
92
27.6
18 .6
10
90
75-125
14.6
4.4
10
102
75-125
16.7
6.5
10
102
A
A
r~\ A
1 /"\ A
1 A
1 A
A
1
SodiumDiss
3335
75-125
24
13.7
10
10 3
SodiumTot
3335
75-125
37 .4
15.1
20
112
"1 1 A
(a) %R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) A s s o c i a t e d w i t h samples 3342-3345
(c) Low s p i k e r e c o v e r y due to m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
Note: Sample r e s u l t s f o r c a t i o n s do not r e f l e c t n e c e s s a r y
D-771
dilutions.
Table B-15.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t recovery (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3458-3465
(ESM ID RANGE):_
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample : Spike
Added
Result
Result
Limits
ID
Chloride
3464
85-115
CyanideTot
3463
75-125
0.566 •
0.502
0 .016
(b)
CyanideFree
3463
75-125
0.199
0.053
0.160
91
FluorideIC
.3463
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3463
85-115
3463
85-115
15
S u l f a t e T u r b 3463
85-115
146
C a l c i u m D i s s 3463
75-125
31.4
MagnesiumDiss3463
75-125
17.6
18.6 •
SulfateIC
22.6
19
7.1
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3 4 6 3, 75-125
4.8
20
: (a)
%R
91
6.0
10
130(c)
3.3
4
95
7.7
10
73(d)
40
113
10
96
7.69
10
99
8.46
10
101
100
21.8
SodiumDiss
3463
75-125
23
13.7
10
93
SodiumTot
3463
75-125
85.9
67
20
95
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
%R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] X 100
Sample c o n c e n t r a t i o n >4x SA, %R not c a l c u l a t e d
High s p i k e r e c o v e r y due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
Low s p i k e r e c o v e r y due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
D-772
Table B-17.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample per b a t c h was s p i k e d and analyzed f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , percent recovery (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3482-3488
(ESM ID RANGE):
mg/L
Units:
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l .: S p i k e d Sample : Sample : S p i k e
Added
Result
Result
Limits
ID
Chloride
3486
85-115
CyanideTot
3485
75-125
0.413
0.014
0 .400
-100
CyanideFree 3485
75-125
0.329
0.007
0 .400
80
3485
85-115
FluorideIC
47 .9
17
F l u o r i d e l S E 3485" • 85-115
6.2
3485
85-115
18
S u l f a t e T u r b 3485
85-115
1320
C a l c i u m D i s s 3486
75-125
26 .1
MagnesiumDiss3 486
75-125
17.5
PotassiumDiss3 48 6
75-125
22
SulfateIC
SodiumDiss
3486
75-125
18.8
SodiumTot
3485
75-125
93.6
* %R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] X 100
D-773
6.2
%R
43.9
95
6.3
10
2.6
"1
7.3
10
107
871
400
112
17
10
91
10
103
10
102
10
111
20
106
7.19
11.8
7.74
72.4
A
107
.
90
Table B-22. QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r t h e parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. S p i k e d sample r e s u l t (SSR),
samnle r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y («R), and
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3532-3544
(ESM ID RANGE ) :
mg/L
Units:
Spike
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample : Added
R
e
s
u
l
t
Result
Limits
ID
Chloride
3541
85-115
55.8
12.3
CyanideTot
3541
75-125
.0.408
. 0.016
CyanideFree
3541
75-125
FluorideIC
3541
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3541- -
0.443
N
12
3.8
85-115
3540
85-115
14
C a l c i u m D i s s 3541
75-125
31.1
MagnesiumDiss3 541
75-125
18.5
PotassiumDiss3541
75-125
SodiumDiss
3541
SodiumTot
3541
SulfatelC
0
0.77
0.37
%R
43.9
99
0.400
98
0.400
111
10
112
.. - 4-
86
3.9
10
101
21.2
10
99
7.79
10
107
17 .7
6.9
10
108
75-125
31.9
20.1
10
118
75-125
38.5
18.4
20
100
"* %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
: •: :
D-774
Table B-25.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
One samDle p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. S p i k e d sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t recovery (%R), ana
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3567-3577
(ESM ID RANGE):
mg/L
Units:
Parameter •: Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample : Spike
Added
Result
Result
Limi ts
ID
48 .8
Chloride
3569
85-115
CyanideTot
3567
75-125
0.222
0
0 .400
55(b)
CyanideFree 3567
75-125
0.377
0
0 .400
94
3567
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3567
85-115
98
3567
85-115
75
S u l f a t e T u r b 3567
85-115
C a l c i u m D i s s 3567
108
4
85
26
50
98
37.5
20
20
87
75-125
27.2
17 .2
10
100
MagnesiumDiss3 567
75-125
19.5
8.76
10
107
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3 567
75-125
17 .2
6.46
10
107
SulfateIC
4.0
1.2
43 .9
10
FluorideIC
12
5.9
: (a)
IR
0.60
SodiumDiss
3567
75-125
45.9
34.5
10
114
SodiumTot
3567
75-125
51.7
31.1
20
103
(a) %R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
(b) Low s p i k e r e c o v e r y due t o m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s
D-775
Table B-28.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. S p i k e d sample r e s u l t (SSR),
r ^ e r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y (%R), and
control l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
a
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3584-3591
(ESM ID RANGE):
Control
Limi ts
S p i k e d Sample
Result
Sample
Result
mg/L
Units
Spike
Added
Parameter
Lab
ID
Chloride
"3586
85-115
CyanideTot
3586
75-125
0.686
0.270
0.400
iU4
CyanideFree
3586
75-125
0.431
0.052
0.400
Q
y cb
FluorideIC
3586
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3586
85-115
3586
85-115
S u l f a t e T u r b 3586
85-115
65.7
C a l c i u m D i s s 3586
75-125
30.2
MagnesiumDiss3 58 6
75-125
17 .2
PotassiumDiss3586
75-125
17 .5
SodiumDiss
3586
75-125
38
SodiumTot
3586
75-125
39 .9
3877
876
30.2
%R
100
1 fl A
11/1
13
1.6
10
114
Q Q
4.2
4
O 0
• 100
0 /
43.9
20
l uy
19.7
10
1UD
6.53
10
i n "7
1U
/
7.60
10
yy
28
10
1U U
29 .6
10
i n ^
1
UJ
0.70
Q. "7
SulfateIC
130
43
1 n
i
Q
n c
inn
* %R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
D-776
Table B-32.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e
Recoveries
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. S p i k e d sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e _ a d d e d ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y (%R), ana
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
M a t
rix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3622-3623,3626-3633
(ESM ID RANGE):
mg/L
U n i t s ;
Parameter : Lab :. C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample . Sample : Spike
Added
Result
Result
Limi ts
ID
38.4
3627
8 5,-115
CyanideTot
3627
75-125
1.34
0.953
0. 400
97
CyanideFree
3627
75-125
0.427
0.035
0 .400
98
FluorideIC
3627
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3627
85-115
3627
85-115
13
S u l f a t e T u r b 3627
85-115
C a l c i u m D i s s 3627
4.1
1.5
0.56 -
'3 0. 2
*
%R
Chloride
11
8.0
:
10
4
101
95
8 8-
3.4
10
96
39.6
29.8
10
98
75-125
51.6
40 .5
10
111
MagnesiumDiss3 6 27
75-125
30.7
20.2
10
105
PotassiumDiss3627
75-125
17
7.0
10
100
SulfateIC
SodiumDi ss
3627
75-125
31.8
21.1
10
107
SodiumTot
3627
75-125
32.2
22.2
•10
100
*.%R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
D-777
Table B-34.
QC Summary—Spike R e c o v e r i e s
'
/
d
C
One sample per batch was s p i k e d and * ^ Y "
^
^ *
t e r s l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t (S5-.
sample Ye s i l t (SR), s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t recovery <%R),
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
u
(
m e
Water
Matrix:
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3648, 3666-3669
( ESM ID RANGE):
.
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : a ^ p l e
Limits
Result
Result
ID
51.9
Unit
Spike
Added
30T2
24
Chloride
3668
85-115
CyanideTot
3668
75-125
0.421
CyanideFre
3668
75-125
0.442
FluorideIC
3668
85-115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3668
85-115
3668
85-115
20
8.1
10
S u l f a t e T u r b 3668
85-115
17 .4
8.6
10
C a l c i u m D i s s 3668
75-125
29 .4
18 .9
10
MagnesiumDi ss3668
75-125
18.5
8 .18
10
PotassiumDiss3668
75-125
18 .7
8.72
10
7.36
10
SulfateIC
14
4.5
SodiumDiss
3668
75-125
16.9
SodiumTot
3668
75-125
86 .2
* %R - [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
D-778
0.055
0.4
0 .t.
3.9
0.63
76.1
10
Table B-38.
QC S u m m a r y — S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s
One sample p e r b a t c h was s p i k e d and a n a l y z e d f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n t h e t a b l e below. S p i k e d sample r e s u l t (SSR),
sample r e s u l t ( S R ) , s p i k e added ( S A ) , p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y (%R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Parameter : Lab
ID
A s s o c i a t e d Samples 3684-3689
(ESM ID RANGE):
mg/L
Units:
: •C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample : Spike
Result
Result
Added
Limits
%R
3685
85- 115
CyanideTot
3685
75- 125
0. 400
0
0. 400
100
CyanideFree
3685
75- 125
0..411
0
0. 400
103
FluorideIC
3685
85- 115
F l u o r i d e l S E 3685
85- -115
3685
85--115
13
4
10
90
S u l f a t e T u r b 3685
85--115
18
- 9
10
90
3685
7 5--125
26 .8
10
107
MagnesiumDi ss3685
75--125
15
4 .81
10
102
PotassiumDiss368 5
75--125
11 .2
1.03
10
102
4.97
10
99
4.8
10
97
CalciumDiss
2.2
X
Chloride
SulfateIC
35
•
10
0
4 .0
SodiumDi ss
3685
75--125
14 .9
SodiumTot
3685
75--125
14 .5
:
D-779
100
4 .0
16 .1
..
108
10
0
:
* %R - [ (SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
30 .2
:
100
:
Table B-41.
QC Summary—Spike Recoveries
One sample per batch was spiked and analyzed f o r the parameters l i s t e d i n the t a b l e below. Spiked sample r e s u l t SSR),
sample r e s u l t (SR), spike added (SA), percent recovery («R), and
c o n t r o l l i m i t s are a l s o l i s t e d .
Water
Matrix:
3690-3693, 3715,
A s s o c i a t e d Samples
3742-3744
(ESM ID RANGE):
.
Parameter : Lab : C o n t r o l : S p i k e d Sample : Sample :
Result
. Result
Limits .
ID
6. 0
Spike
Added
Chloride
3742
85- 115
CyanideTot
3742
75- 125
0. 895
0 .403
U. 4UU
CyanideFree 3742
75- 125
0. 197
0 .026
0.200
3742
85- -115
9. 8
0
F l u o r i d e l S E 3742
85- -115
5. 0
0 .60
3742
85- -115
14
S u l f a t e T u r o 3743
85- -115
C a l c i u m D i s s 3742
MagnesiumDiss37 4 2
FluorideIC
37
mg/L
Units:
30.2
iU
1U i
OD
3 O
i 1 n.
4
110
1 A A
SulfateIC
3 6
10
104
59 .8
38 .1
20
1i nU oQ
75--125
36 .2
25 .8
10
1U4
75--125
22 .7
13 .1
10
l n ,<
Ci c
9o
i nA
P o t a s s i u m D i s s 3 7 42
75 -125
15 .7
5 .33
10
1U4
99
SodiumDiss
3742
75 -125
25 .1
15 .2
10
SodiumTot
3742
75 -125
24 .7
14 .8
10
Ci Q
* %R = [(SSR-SR)/SA] x 100
D-78 0
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
LABORATORY CONTROL SAMPLES (LCS)
INORGANICS
D-781
Table B-56.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y C o n t r o l Sample
Water
Matrix:
ug/L
Uni t s :
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples . Q u a n t i t a t i o n : True
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limi t
Value
: Amount
Found
%R
TotCyanide
3311-3314
10
400
421
105
TotCyanide
3315-3316
10
400
421
105
TotCyanide
3317-3320
10
400
367
92
TotCyanide
3327-3331, 3333
10
400
411
103
TotCyanide
3332, 3334-3337
10
400
364
91
TotCyanide
3342-3345
10
400
346
87
TotCyanide
3458-3462
10
400
421
105
TotCyanide
3463-3465
10
400
356
89
TotCyanide
3482-3484
10
400
356
89
TotCyanide
3485-3488
10
400
368
92
TotCyanide
3527-3528
10
400
368
92
TotCyanide
3529-3531
10
400
414
104
TotCyanide
3532-3534, 3536
10
400
414
104
TotCyanide
3535, 3537-3542
10
400
424
106
Control l i m i t s
(%R) = 80-120%
* %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
D-78 2
Table B-56. C o n t i n u e d
Water
Matrix:
ug/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : True
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limi t
Value
: Amount
Found
(a
%R
TotCyanide
3567-3569
10
400
437
109
TotCyanide
3570-3575
10
400
439
110
TotCyanide
3576-3577
10
400
398
99
TotCyanide
3584-3586
10
400
398
99
TotCyanide
3587-3591
10
400
397
99
TotCyanide
3617-3622
10
400
416
"ToJ
TotCyanide
3623,3626-3630,3633
10
400
356
sf
TotCyanide
3631-3632
10
400
418
"To?
TotCyanide
3648, 3666-3667
10
400
418
104
TotCyanide
3668
10
400
399
100
TotCyanide
3673-3675
10
400
399
100
TotCyanide
3684-3689
10
400
348
87
TotCyanide
3690-3693, 3715
10
400
378
94
TotCyanide
3742-3743
10
400
395
99
Control l i m i t s
(%R) = 80-120%
D-783
Table B-57
.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y C o n t r o l Sample
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : True
: Amount : (a)
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Value
Found
%R
FreeCyanide
3311-3314
To
400
351
88
FreeCyanide
3315-3316
TO
400
351
88
FreeCyanide
3317-3320
10
400
349
87
FreeCyanide
3327-3331
10
400
34Q
87
FreeCyanide
3 3 32-3 33 7
FreeCyanide
3342-3345
1~6
FreeCyanide
3458-3462
TO
FreeCyanide
3463-3465
10
FreeCyanide
3482-3484
10
FreeCyanide
3485-3488
FreeCyanide
FreeCyanide
Control l i m i t s
10
400
348
87
40Ci
J43
86
400
34l
86
4~00
388^
97
400
38Q
97
10
4~00
358
89"
3527-3528
To
400
357
89
3529-3531
Io
4~00^
356
89
•
'
(%R) = 80-120%
(a) %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
Table B-57. C o n t i n u e d
Water
Matrix:
ug/L
Units:
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Quanti t a t i o n
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limi t
True
Value
: Amount
Found
(a)
%R
FreeCyanide
3567-3569
10
400
420
105
FreeCyanide
3570-3575
10
400
398
99
FreeCyanide
3576-3577
10
400
384
96
FreeCyanide
3584-3586
10
400
384
96
FreeCyanide
3587-3591
10
400
350
8~8
F reeCyanide
3617-3622
10
400
405
FreeCyanide 3623,3626-3630,3633
10
400
384
9™
FreeCyanide
3631-3632
10
400
395
99
FreeCyanide
3648, 3666-3667
10
400
395
99
FreeCyanide
3668
10
400
403
101
F reeCyanide
3673-3675
10
400
403
101
FreeCyanide
3684-3689
10
400
421
105
FreeCyanide
3690-3693, 3715
10
400
379
94
FreeCyanide
3742-3744
10
400
393
98
Control l i m i t s
(%R) = 80-120%
D-785
Table B-58.
QC Summary —
L a b o r a t o r y C o n t r o l Sample
Parameter : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : Q u a n t i t a t i o n : True
: Amount :
*
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limit
Value
Found
%R
Sodium(tot)
3311-3320
TTO
20
22
ITo
Sodium( t o t )
3327-3333
TTO
30
31
102
Sodium(tot)
3334-3337
TTO
30
3276
109
Sodium( tot)
3342-3345
'
I70
30
T09
3271
S o d i u m ( t o t ) 3458-3465,3482-3484
I70
S o d i u m ( t o t ) 3485-3488 , 3527-3531
FTO
30
3~0
Sodium(tot) 3532-3544 , 3567-3577
I70
30
31.1 *^0T
Sodium(tot) 3584-3491,3617-3621
Sodium(tot) 3622-3623 , 3626-3633
30
TTO
3~0
T70
30
33.1 'nTO
"
32
32
ToTJ
'"T07
'
T07
S o d i u m ( t o t ) 3648,3666-3668,
3674-3675,3684-3689
TTO
30
3T76
T05
Sodium(tot)
3690-3693, 3715
TTO
30
31~76
105
Sodium(tot)
3742-3743
TTO
30
3271
T07
Control l i m i t s
(%R) = 80-120%
"
* %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
D--786
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
INDEPENDENT QC CHECK SAMPLES
ORGANICS/INORGANICS
D-787
Table B-52.
Independent QC Samples .
ug/L
Water
Units:
Matrix:
Parameter : C o n t r o l : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : True : Amount :
(ESM ID RANGE)
Value
Found
Limits
*
%R
Alkalinity
80-120
3311-3314, 3320
2500
2440
98
Alkalinity
80-120
3315-3319
2500
2270
91
Alkalinity
80-120
3315-3320
2500
2270
91
Alkalinity
80-120
3327-3337
2500
. 2380
95
Alkalinity
80-120
3342-3345
2500
2460
98
Alkalinity
80-120
3458-3465
2500
2420
97
Alkalinity
80-120
3482-3488
2500
2325
93
Alkalinity
80-120
3527-3542
2500
2325
93
Alkalinity
80-120
2500
2325
93
Alkalinity
80-120
3584-3591
2500
2325
93
Alkalinity
80-120
3617-3623
2500
2325
93
A l k a l i n i ty
80-120
3626-3623
2500
2263
91
Alkalinity
•80-120
3648
2500
2338
94
3543-3544,3567-3577
i
Alkalinity
80-120
3666-3675
2500
2400
96
Alkalinity
80-120
3684-3689
2500
2380
95
A l k a l i n i ty
80-120
3690-3693, 3715
2500
2420
97
Alkalinity
80-120
3742-3743 "
2500-
2380
95
* %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] x 100
D-78S
Table B-53.
Independent QC Samples
ug/L
Water
Units
Matrix:
Paramete r
C o n t r o l : A s s o c i a t e d Samples : True : Amount :
Found
Value
(ESM ID RANGE)
Limi ts
*
%R
Chloride
80-120
3311-3314
1522
1504
99
Chloride
80-120
3311-3314
1522
1528
100
Chloride
80-120
3315-3320
1522
1528
100
Chloride
80-120
3327-3334
1522
1481
97
Chloride
80-120
1522
1494
98
Chloride
80-120
3458-3465
1000
980
98
Chloride
80-120
3482-3488
886
859
97
Chloride
80-120
3527-3544
886 .
859
97
Chloride
80-120
3567-3577
886
859
97
Chloride
80-120
3584-3591
1539
1522
99
Chloride•
80-120
1539
1522
99
Chloride
80-120 '3630-3633,3648,3666-3675 1522
1536
101
Chloride
80-120
3690-3693, 3715
1522
1536
101
Chloride
80-120
3684-3689
1522
1536
101
Chloride
80-120
3742-3743
1539
1521
99
3335-3337,3342-3345
3617-3623,3626-3629
* %R = [ ( t r u e v a l u e - amount
f o u n d ) / t r u e v a l u e ] "x100
D-789
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Page 1
ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS
V e r s a r I n c . , ESM O p e r a t i o n s
S e m i v o l a t i l e Compounds
CLIENT SAMPLE ID: AMSTD0S25
MSTD
0825MSTD
LAS SAMPLE ID
08/25/87
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION DATE
08/25/87
ANALYSIS OATE
08/27/87
F I L E NAME
0825MSTD
INSTRUMENT ID
MS-A
MATRIX
WATER
UNITS
UG/L
COMPOUNDS
Acenaphtha I ene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzo(a)Antnracene
Benzo<a)Pyrene
< 10
79
< 10
< 80
< 10
< 10
8enzo<b-Hc)fluaranthenes
8enzo(g,h,l)Perylene
4-Bromopheny1-pheny l e t h e r
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-Chloro-3-Methylphenol
*! 1 s (2-Ch l o r o e tho xy ) Me thane
<
<
<
<
b1s(2-Chloroethy 1)Ether
b1s <2-Chloro1 so p r o p y l ) E t h e r
2-Ch l o r o n a p h t h a l e n e
2-Ch lorophenoI
4-Ch loropfteny1-pheny l e t h e r
Chrysene
< 10
< 10
< 10
184
< 10
< 10
Dl-n-Sutylphthalate
Dl-n-Octyl Phthalate
0 1 benz(a,h)Anthracene
1,2-0Ichlorobenzene
1,4-0Ichlorobenzene
1,3-0Ichlorobenzene
<
<
<
<
3,3'-01chlorobenzldlne
2,4-0lchlorophenol
Diethylphthalate
Dimethyl P h t h a l a t e
2,4-01methylpheno 1
4, 6 - 0 1 n l t r o - 2 - M e t h y l p h e n o l
<
<
<
<
<
<
2,4-0Inltrophenol
2,4-01n1trotoluene
2,S-Olnltrotoluene
1,2-0lphenylhydrazlne
b1s < 2 - E t h y l h e x y l ) P h t h a l a t e
Fiuoranthene
< 50
100
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
10
10
10
10
170
< 10
<2S
10
10
10
10
62
< 10
20
10
10
10
10
50
\00
D-790
Page 2
ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS
V e r s a r I n c . , ESM O p e r a t i o n s
S e m i v o l a t i l e Compounds
CLIENT SAMPLE ID: AMSTD0825
MSTD
0825MSTD
LAB SAMPLE ID
08/25/87
SAMPLE DATE
08/25/87
EXTRACTION DATE
08/27/87
ANALYSIS DATE
0825MSTD
F I L E NAME
MS—A
INSTRUMENT ID
UATER
MATRIX
UG/L
UNITS
COMPOUNDS
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadlene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno <1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
<
<
<
<
<
<
Isophorone
N-Nltroso-Dl-n-Propylaralne
N - N l t r o s o d 1 me thy I amine
N-Nltrosod1pheny laralne
Naphtha 1ene
Nl trobenzene
< 10
82
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
4-NItropheno1
2-NItrophenol
Pentachloropheno1
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
230
< 10
152
< 10
177
95
1,2,4-TrIchlorobenzene
2, A , 6 - T r 1 c h l o r o p h e n o l
63
< 10
10
10
10
10
10
10
ws
D-791
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ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS
Versar Inc.-, ESM Operations
S e m i v o l a t i l e Compounds
CLIENT SAMPLE ID
LAB SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE DATE
EXTRACTION DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
F I L E NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
AMSTD901
MSTD
0901MSTD
09/01/87
09/01/87
09/03/87
0901MSTD
MS-A
WATER
UG/L
•a-^-v-
*7«
COMPOUNDS
Acenaphthalene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzol a ) A n t h r a c e n e
Benzo(a)Pyrene
< 10
74
< 10
< 80
< 10
< 10
Benzo<o+k)fluoranthenes
Benzo<g,h,1.Perylene
4-Bromopheny1-phenylether
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-Chloro-3-Methylpheno1
b i s <2-Ch l o r o e t h o x y ) M e t h a n e
10
10
10
10
164
<" 10
bts(2-Chloroethy1)Ether
b 1 s <2-Ch l o r o l s o p r o p y D E t h e r
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chloropheno1
4-Ch l o r o p h e n y 1 - p h e n y l e t h e r
Chrysene
< 10
< 10
< 10
175
< 10
< 10
D1-n-Bu t y l p h t h a l a t e
Ol-n-Octyl Phthalate
DlbenzCa,h.Anthracene
1,2-0ichlorobenzene
1,4-01ch1orobenzene
1,3-01chlorobenzene
<
<
<
<
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
2,4-0Ichloropheno1
Diethylphthalate
Dimethyl P h t h a l a t e
2,4-01 me t h y l p h e n o l
4,e-Olnltro-2-Methylphenol
<
<
<
<
<
<
2,4-D1n1tropheno1
2,4-01nltrotoluene
2,6-01n1troto1uene
1,2-0lphenylhydrazlne
b I s (2-Ethy lhexy D P h t h a l a t e
F luoranthene
< 50
98
< 10
< 10
45
< 10
->1
<
<
<
<
<6%
10
10
10
10
36
< 10
20
10
10
10
10
50
tf
D-792
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ORGANICS ANALYSIS DATA SHEETS
V e r s a r I n c . , ESM O p e r a t i o n s
S e m i v o l a t i l e Compounds
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
LAB SAMPLE ID
SAMPLE DATE.
EXTRACTION DATE
ANALYSIS DATE
F I L E NAME
INSTRUMENT ID
MATRIX
UNITS
AMSTD901
MSTD
0901MSTD
09/01/87
09/03/87
0901MSTD
MS-A
WATER
UG/L
°1
COMPOUNDS
10
10
10
10
10
10
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadlene
Hexachlorocyclopentadlene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno<1,2, 3 - c d ) P y r e n e
<
<
<
<
<
<
Isophorone
N-Nltroso-O1-n-Propylaralne
N-Nltrosodlmethylamlne
N-NltrosodIphenylaalne
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
< 10
67
< 5
< 10
< 10
< 10
4-NItrophenol
2-NItropheno1
Pentachloropheno1
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
210
< 10
166
< 10
169
91
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
2, 4 , S - T r 1 c h l o r o p h e n o I
43
< 10
D-793
<\ i
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
FIELD REPLICATE COMPARISON
D-794
3/4
LABORATY DATA VALIDATION
MARTIN MARIETTA - THE DALLES
FIELD REPLICATE COMPARISON
GROUND WATER
SAMPLES COLLECTED
JULY-SEPTEMBER 1987
Parameter
Sample
Replicate
RPD
Sample
Batch A
Well No.
Lab No.
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
^m*. ^dium (T)
carbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
Fluoride
Sulfate
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Sodium (T)
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
_ fluoride
Lfate
RPD
Batch B
8A
3312
Rep 4
3314
25,100
7, 570 9,710 •
39,900
42,700
128
<1.0
6. 8
30
1780
1.0
76
24,400
7, 590
9, 270
39,600
43,000
120
16
9. 8
35
1840
<1.0
72
%
2. 8
.3
4. 6
.8
.7
6. 5
36. 1
15.3
3.3
5.4
6B
3315
Rep3
3317
41,400
20,400
8,000
24,600
25,100
230
<1.0
8.8
51
1120
<1.0
73
38,900
19,500
7,440
22,800
26,600
182
<1.0
8.8
76
790
<1.0
85
Batch D
Batch C
Well No.
Lab No.
Replicate
MW13B
3328
Rep 7
3333
2 OS
3334
REP8
3337
24,400
12,800
6,280
14,200
14,800
129
<1.0
5. 1
22
138
<1.0
20
20,700
10,700
5,970
13,600
14,400
131
<1. 0
4. 5
29
139
<1.0
21
26,000
5, 660
9,730
45,300
49,900
133
<1.0
8. 3
<10
<10
<1.0
66
22,500
5,790
10,100
46,300
50,500
137
<1.0
7. 7
21
<62
<1.0
49
27.4
.7
D-795
%
6. 2
4. 5
7. 3
7. 6
5. 8
23. 3
0
39.3
34. 5
15. 1
Laboratory Data V a l i d a t i o n (continued)
Parameter
Sample
Replicate
Sample
RPD
Replicate
RPD
Batch F
Batch E
Well No.
Lab No.
22S
3344
Rep 9
3345
9A
3463
Rep 5
3461
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Sodium (T)
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
Fluoride
Sulfate
15,100
4,320
5,560
32,900
32,000
112
18
5. 7
12
112
<1. 0
46
21,500
3,910
5,340
29,600 .
31,100
90
10
12
1289.
<1.0
24
27,300
9,610
10,600
171,000
167,000
314
12
9. 6
132
12,600
10
100
27,800
9,490
9,820
173,000
159,000
268
12
8. 2
105
13,000
12
101
0
22. 9
62.8
22.8
3. 1
18. 1
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Batch I
Batch 1
Well No.
Lab No.
25S
3542
Rep 10
3532
4A
3537
Rep 2
3534
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Sodium (T)
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
Fluoride
Sulfate
23,900
6,890
5,010
8,680
11,300
99
<1.0
9. 1
<10
<10
<1.0
33
50,700
15,600
5, 970
9,080
12,200
<1.0
<1.0
24
<10
<10
<1. 0
9. 9
29,500
13,300
7,820
31,200
29,100
127
<1.0
5.0
<10
213
<1. 0
64
30,300
13,200
8,000
31,900
29,500
132
<1. 0
5.0
11
43
<1.0
53
D-796
9. 5
132
18. 8
boratory Data V a l i d a t i o n
Parameter
Sample
(continued)
Replicate
RPD
Sample
RPD
Batch J
Batch I
Well No.
Lab No.
11D
3539
Rep 6
3544
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Sodium (T)
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
Fluoride
Sulfate
20,400
9, 690
4,830
18,200
16,400
97
<1. 0
6. 5
<10
<10
<1. 0
22
18,500
9,270
5, 130
17,400
16,400
114
<1.0
9. 7
<10
<10
<1. 0
22
W
Replicate
PW-3
3567
%
21,500
11,000
8,070
43,100
38,900
160
<1. 0
5.2
<10
<10
<1.0
20
0
0
%
Rep 11
3569
21,500
11,100
8,080
42,600
38,900
178
<1. 0
6.2
- <10
. <10
<1.0
38
0
0
Batch 0
Batch M
Well No.
Lab No.
2B
3631
Repl
3626
32S
3674
Rep 16
3675
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Sodum (T)
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
Fluoride
Sulfate
27,700
7,380
9,370
51,700
48,300
88
20
8. 5
34
1180
<1. 0
100
27,300
7,330
9,970
47,900
49,600
90
20
7.9
32
800
<1.0
86
37,800
14,400
10,000
24,900
24,500
170
4.0
6.1
52
1,020
2.5
45
39,000
14,500
9,840
25,500
25,000
172
2.0
4. 7
65
1,060
2. 6
41
6.0
38.3
D-797
22. 2
3. 8
Laboratory Data V a l i d a t i o n (continued)
Parameter
Sample
Replicate
RPD
Sample
Batch J
Replicate
Batch K
Well No.
Lab No.
16A
3576
Rep 14
3574
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Sodium (T)
Bicarbonate
Carbonate
Chloride
Cyanide, F.
Cyanide, T.
Fluoride
Sulfate
9,270
2, 100
6, 610
49,200
41,200
106
12
3.2
12
40
<1. 0
25
9,040
2, 140
6,200
46,400
42,200
117
<1.0
3. 2
11
42
<1.0
22
%
8.6
4.9
D-798
Klindt
3591
Rep 12
3585
49,100
20,400
5,990
12,800
14,000
152
<1.0
5. 5
37
777
<1.0
55
49,200
20,400
5,820
13,200
14,300
160
<1.0
5. 3
35
1,190.
<1.0
47
RPD
SECTION THREE
FIELD SPLITS
EPA FIELD SPLIT SAMPLE COMPARISON
D-800
Summary of results of s p l i t samples collected at Martin Marietta
Reduction Facility (MMRF), The Dalles, Oregon and Analyzed by
Martin Marietta Environmental Systems (MMES) and an EPA Region X
Labs
Six samples (Client ID) LLCW, LFDS (LFCGs analyzed for PCB's
only), RRAS, OCAS and SSP2ES, collected during 19-28 March
1986 (LLCW, RRAS, OCAS and SSP2ES) and 10 May 1986 (LFDS) at
MMRF, were split and analyzed by MMES and an. EPA Region X Lab.
LLCW is a water sample while the others are sediment/sludge
samples.
Samples LLCW, LFDS and SSP2ES were analyzed for volatile .
organics and no compounds were reported above detectable levels
by either lab. Samples LLCW and LFGCS were analyzed for PCB's
and no compounds were reported above detectable levels. Base/
neutral acid extractable compounds results detected by both
labs and results for other parameters are summarized in Tables
1 to 5. The complete l i s t s of organic compounds (volatile,
base/neutral acid extractables and PCB's) analyzed by both
labs can be found in Appendix A.
Preparatory and analytical methods used by the labs are
summarized in Table 6. In the case of fluoride sludge analyses,
differences in preparatory methods account for discrepancies
between results reported. Region X distilled the sludge samples
and analyzed them for total fluoride while MMES leached the.
samples and analyzed them for total dissolved fluoride.. Samples
to be analyzed for cyanide were prepared by the same method at
both labs but the instrumentation used for colorimetric determination differed. MMES used a Shimadzu UV-160 spectrophotometer
while EPA Region X Lab used the Technicon Autoanalyzer. J
In general, results for the organic parameters showed good
agreement between the two labs. Results for sulfate and metals
also showed good agreement. The differences mentioned above •
may explain some differences between results reported for
fluoride and cyanide..
1
D-801
Table 1. Summary of results f o r sample (Client ID) LLCW
MMES ID - 2704
EP Toxicity Test
Metals (yg/L)
MMES
Results
Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
Mercury
Selenium
Silver
354
<200
<50
88
<200
0 .55
<200
<50
Parameter
(mq/L)
MMES
Result
Total Cyanide
Free Cyanide
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium (Total)
Arsenic (Total)
Base/Neutral Acid
Extractables (ug/L)
Benzo-a-Anthracene
Benzo-(b+k)-fiuoranthene
Benzo-g,h,i-Perylene
Benzo-a-Pyrene
Chrysene
Fiuoranthene
Indeno(1,2,3 cd)Pyrene
Phenathrene
Pyrene
1
9.4 ,
0 .91
2440
2660
5900
455
EPA
Results
182
755
0 .€'
105
102
0 .35
16
0 .4
EPA
Result
43
11 .7
1700
2218
8180
291
MMES
Result
EPA
Result
<5
<5
<10
<5
<5
<5
<10
<5
<5
7 .1
20 *
4 .5
3 .6
3 .9
8 .3
9 .4
8 .3
4 .5
1
Result i s the sum of two isomers (b,k) reported separately
by EPA (See Appendix A) .
D-802
Table 2. Summary of results for sample (Client ID) LFDS
MMES ID-3294
EP Toxicity Test
Metals (Uq/L)
Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
Mercury
Selenium
Silver
Parameter
(mq/kq)
1
2
2.0
157
9.1
7.0
1066
0.054
5.0
0.24
<200
<200
<50
<50
<200
<0.3
<200
<50
MMES Result
(dry wt)
Total Cyanide
Fluoride
Sodium
1.70
1250
69100
Base/Neutral Acid
Extractables (Uq/L)
MMES
Result
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzo-a-Pyrene
Benzo-b+k-fluroanthene
Benzo-a-Anthracene
Chrysene
Dibenzofuran
Fiuoranthene
Fluorene
Phenathrene
Pyrene
EPA
Results
MMES
Results
11,000
11,000
110,000
210,000
100,000
110,000
NA
150,000
9,000
82,000
120,000
EPA Result
(Dry wt)
1.76
57500
45700
EPA
Result
3,600
3,300
72,000
1
340,QQQ
2
72,000
94,0001,50013,000
2,800
57,000
11,000
Result is a sum of two isomers (b,k) reported separately by
EPA (See Appendix A).
Not Analyzed.
D-803
Table 3. Summary of results f o r sample (Client ID) SSP2ES
MMES ID-2796
Parameter
(mqAq)
Sodium (total)
Arsenic (total)
Base/Neutral Acid
Extractables (Uq/L)
Benzo-a-Anthracene
Benzo-b+k-fluoranthene
Benzo-(g,h,i)-Penylene
Benzo-a-Pyrene
Chrysene
Fiuoranthene
Indeno(l,2,3 cd)
Phenathrene
Pyrene
*
MMES Result
(Dry wt)
EPA Result
(Dry wt)
17,700
71
13,560
35.4
MMES
Result
EPA
Result
340,000
1,430,000
470,000
330,000
1,240,000
1,780,000
370,000
. <62,500
1,220,000
860,000
1,020,000^
130,000
110,000
670,000
1,600,000
200,000
340,000
680,000
Result i s a sum of two isomers (b,k) reported separately by
EPA (See Appendix A).
D-804
Table 4. Summary of results for sample (Client ID) RRAS
MMES ID-2730
Parameter
(mqAq)
Free Cyanide
Total Cyanide
Fluoride
Sodium
MMES Result
(Dry wt)
< 0.96„
NR
232
3620
2
Not analyzed
Not requested
D-80b
EPA Result
(Dry wt)
1
NA
0.33
1866
3140
Table 5. Summary of results for sample (Client ID) OCAS
MMES ID-2732
Parameter
(mq/kq)
Total Cyanide
Fluoride
Sodium
MMES Result
(Dry wt)
EPA Result
(Dry wt)
0.2
3,58012,000
1
NR
67
8704
Not requested
D-S06
Table 6 .
Summary of methods used by Martin Marietta Environmental Systems (MMES) and EPA Region X Lab
Parameter
MMES Method
Total cyanide
Free Cyanide
Fluoride.
Sodium
Arsenic
EP Toxicity
Test Metals
335 .2
412-H
300 .0
Flame AA
Flame AA
Volatiles
Base-neutral/acids
PCB's
2
3
1310, 200 series
624
625
608
EPA Req . X Method
335 .2
412-H
300 .0
Flame AA
Flame AA
1310, 7000, 8000
series
624
625
608
1 Information furnished by Mr . Jerry Muth of EPA Region X
Instrumentation for measuring colorimetrically differed
(see text)
Preparation methods d i f f e r e d (see text)
2
3
D-807
APPENDIX A
LIST OF ORGANIC PARAMETERS ANALYZED BY MMES AND
EPA REGION X TESTING LAB AND CORRESPONDING DETECTION LEVELS
D-803
Table A - I - l . Results of analysis tor v o l a t i l e organic compounds in an aqueous sample
Table A l l .
_
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Hainan*. T r l c h l o r o liniini
Ethane, 1.1.1-TrIchloro
Methana, Bro«oMethana . ChloroEthanei ChloroEthylana, Chloronalhanai OlchloroCarbon Dl»ulI Ida
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Elhana. 1,112-TrIchloro
Elhylana, 11112-1rI eh Io
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o-Xylano
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Ethane, 1,2-0 IchloroVlnyl Acatala
Katona, Malhyl Iiobutyl
Toluana
Btniana, ChloroEthart Chloroathyl Viny
Mathana, Ch I oro d I br omoEthylcna, TatrachloroClt-1,2-Dlchloro«th«n«
Elhylana, 1,2-Tran»-UIc
2-Ha « anona
propana, c I i-l,3-0 IcnIo
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SU ug/l
17UJ ug/l
SU ug/l
SU ug/ I
SU Ub/ I
10U ug/l
10U ug/r
10U ug/l
10U ug/ I
3UJ ug/l
SU ug/l
SU ug/l
SU ug/ I
SU ug/l
SU ug/l
SU ug/l
9UJ ug/l
SU ug/ I1J ug/l
SU ug/l
5U ug/l
SU ug/ I
SU ug/I
SU ug/l
10U ug/l
10U ug/I
SU ug/l
SU ug/l
10U ug/I
SU ug/l
SU ug/i
SU ug/l
SU ug/l
1OU ug/I
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by Martin Marietta Environmental Systems (MMES)
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D-810
Table
A-I-3
Results of analysis of base/neutral acid extractable compounds and
PCB's in an aqueous sample - LLCW analysis performed by EPA Region X
Lab
Paga
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Sample/Project Analysis K e i u l l i
1l-AUG-86
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I Paraaetar
a
i
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Pyrenei b e n z o l a l Phanoli 2.4-OlnltroAnthracane. Dlbenzola.n
Anthracanai benzof.*)H-Craiol. P-ChloroBenzolc Acid
Ethane. HexachloroCycI opentad Iene. Hexach
1 lophor ona
Acanaphthane
Phthalate. D l e t h y l Phthalata, OI-n-BulylPhananthrana
Phthalate. n-Butyl
Bam
N l t r o t a a l n e . DlphenylFIuorana
Butadiene. HexachloroPentach lorophenol
Phenol. 2.4,b-TrIchloro
2- H l t r o a n l l I n e
Phenol. 2 - N l l r o Hepthalana
Naphthalene. 2-MethylNapthalane. 2-ChloroBenzldlne. 3.3'-DUhlor
o-Cr e•oI
Benzene. 112-0 IchI oroPhenol. 2-ChloroPhanol. 2.4t5-TrIchI oro
Benzene. N l t r o 3- NItroaniI Ina
4- NItroaniI Ina
Phenol. S-N11 r oBenzyl Alcohol
Ether. 4-B I oaop hen y I Pn
Ph.nol, 2,4-ulaelhyl• - p-Cr e io I
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3.6U ug/l
3.bU ug/l
3.6U ug/l
7. IU ug / I
3 .t>U ug/l
3.6U ug/l
3.bU ug/l
IbU ug/l
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ltJU ug/ I
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3.6
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3.6U
7.1
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3.6U
3.6U
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3.7
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benzene. 1.2,A-Tr1ch1 or
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Phthalate. Dlaethyl
Dibenzofuran
Perylene. B e n z o t g i n . i l Pyrene, 1ndano11.2.3-c.
Fluoranthana. 3»4-«enio
F1uoranthana
Fiuoranthenei B e n r o l k l Acanaphthylane
Chryiena
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I PCB Scan
I Parameter
PCBPCBPCBPCBPCUPCbPCB-
1260
125*
1221
1232
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12*2
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(Arochlor 1254
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(Arochlor 1232
IAr och lor 12*8
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( A r o ch I orW42
3.6U
3.6U
3.6U
3.6U
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3.6U
3.6U
4. 5
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10
11.3
10
3.6U
3.4
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3.6U
3.6U
3.6U
3.6U
3.6U
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
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0.10U
0.10U
0.I0U
0.10U
0.10U
0.10U
0.10U
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ug/l
ug/l
ug/l
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compounds in an aqueous sample - LLCW - analysis
performed by Martin Marietta Environmental Systems
(MMES)
3/26/3*
3/26/86
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<5
<5
1, • • 4 1 c a l o r o b « B i « a «
<5
<5
i ,2-dlchlorob«RXM«
<5
<3
<S
<5
<5
<5
haxachloroathana
<10
OO
altrcjb«ax«n«
<10
oo
<5
<5
<5
<5
. <5
<5
naphthalan*
<3
<3
haxae&lorobutadlaoa
<i
<5
<10
OO
<5
<S
. <5
<5
<5
<3
<10
OO
athar
bts<2-«hlorol3opropyi)
athar
S-altroao-dl-S-propylaaUna
laopttaroaa
bla (2-chloroatiioxy)
aasiuaa
1,2,4-trichlorobaaxaoa
haxaohlorocyal-opaatadiana
2-4hloronaphehal«a«
dlaathylphthalata
ae«aapbthal«a«
2,6-41nltrotaluana
acanapbthaaa
<3
2,*-4lnitrotalu«n«
oo
dlathylphthalata
<10
<5
:
OO
<S
fluoraaa
»-«hloroph«nylprt«nyl aCAar
OO
<3
:
<3
<10
:
OO
4-broaophanylphanyl «ch«r
<S
;
<S
tie)xachlorob«nzan«
<5
pn«naathr«fl«
<5
antAraoan*
<3 ~~
ll-aitraaodlpciaaylaaiaa
D-812
<5
:
<5
<5
• •
Table A - I - 4 . Continued
3/26/86
: "3/26/86
a/17/86
: »/U/86
SAMPLE DATE:
j
A3ALISZ3 OATS:
f
MMES SAMPLE ZD:
j
2716
CLZEXT SAMPLE ZD:
•
LLFB
ROTE:
1
270*
U.CV
=
» ppb <ng/al)
FZMAL COHCEHTHATZON
C
:
COMPOUNDS
di-B-butylphthalata
j
<10
:
OO
fluoraathana
j
<3
:
<5
j
<200
:
<2oa
<S
:
<5
OO
:
<10
banxicUna
^
pyraaa
butylbanxylphthalata
3,3«-dicrilorflbanxidina
:
<10
OO
baaxo (a) aathraeana
:
<5
<3
:
<5
:
<5
bla C2~tchyl&«*yl) phc&alata
:
OO
:
<10
dl-S-octylpathalata
:
OO
:
OO
banxo (b A k) fluoranthanaa
:
<S
:
<5
baoxo (a) pyrana
:
<3
:
<5
lndano-1,2,3 < « , d ) pyrtna
:
OO
:
<10
dlbanxo (a,h) aathraeana
:
<10
:
OO
baoxo (S,a,i) parylaaa
:
<10
:
OO
ehry»«n«
:
f
FZMAL CONCEJfTHATZOtt » ppb (ns/ol)
C0HPOUHD3
pbaoal
<10
<5
- 2-eHlorophanol
2-aitroph«nol
y. 2,3-dlaathylphanol
<10
<5
<5
<5
"~<5
<5
• 2",»-41aalorophanol
*-«nloro-3-<saeiiylphanol
<5
<5
2,i,6-trlchloroph«nol
<5
<5
05
2,*-dialtroph«nol
<10
•altrophanol
»,6-dlnitra-o-crt3ol
<15
<15
Bantachiorophanol
<1Q
<10
D-813
Table A-I-5 . Results of analysis for PCB's in an aqueous sample
LLCW - analysis performed by Martin Marietta
Environmental Systems (MMES)
1
3/25/36
: 4/16/36
r.i.'if.i 3ATS:
-.1:1213 3ATS:
::zs 3A::PT_S 13:
O.IS.T7 SAIIPLS 13:
3/26/86
4/28/Ii"
2716
2704
LLfB
ILCJ
::0TS:
FIMAL CONCSXTSATX3K a ppb (n;/ ij
C0aP0U233
a
aroclor 1016
<0.5
<0.5
aroclor 1221
<0.5
<0.5
aroclor 1232
<0.5
<0.3
iroelor 1242
<0.5
<3.5
aroclor 12*3
<0.5
<0.S
aroclor 1234
O.O
<1.0
aroclor 1260
O.O
o.o
D-814
r
Table A-II-1
R e s u l t s of a n a l y s i s f o r v o l a t i l e o r g a n i c compounds i n a sediment sample
LFDS - a n a l y s i s performed by EPA Region X .
P r o J . c U Tr.C-2i.5C
Sa.pl. Hoi Ub 190010
Hagln Saaple Ualal ob/05/10 12127
VOA - PP Scan IGCMSI
Parfc>ate r
i
oo
U l l l c e r l NXL
" A K T I K MARIETTA
Laboratoryl RX
a
Page
EPA Region X Lao Management Sytlaie
Saap I a/Pr o j e c l Analysis K n u l l l
12-AUO-bfc
Methane* TetraehloroAcetone
Methane• T r I c h l o r o benzene
Ethanat 1,1•1-TrIchIoro
Methane, BroaoMtt tunei CnI or oEthane! ChloroEthylene, ChloroMalhanai DlcnloroCarbon OisulI Ida
Methane, TrIbroaoMethane, 01chlorohrofcoEthane, I,1-01chloroEthylene, 111-UIchI or oPropane, I ,2-01chI or oMethyl Ethyl Ketone CMC
Ethane, I,1,2-Trichloro
Ethylene, 1,1,2-TrIchIo
Ethane, 1•1,2,2-1etrken
o-XyIene
Benzene, E l h y l S tyr ene
Ethane, 1,2-01chioroVlnyl Acetate
Ketonr, Methyl Isobulyl
Toluene
Benzene, C h l o r o Ether, Cnlorurlhyl
Viny
M e t h a n e , Ch I or o d I br o«.oEthylana,
TelrachloroElhylene,
1,2-1rans-UIc
2 - H e « anone
P r o p e n e , c I s - 1 , 3 - 0 IcnIo
Propane, trail s - l i 3 - D i c l i
Source! Sealaent (General)
D e s c r i p t i o n ! LFUS LANUFILL NU OUAO 111
Seal aeiit
k e i u l t Unl If
7.5U
24B
7.t>U
7.5U
7.5U
15U
15U
15U
4.1J
2*U
ug/Kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/Kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/ko
ug/kg
uii/kq
ug/kg
ug/kg
7.5U Ub/kfl
7.5U ug/kg
7.t»U ug/kg
7.5U ug/kg
7 .5U ug/kg
15UU ug /kq
7.5U ug/kg
7.5UJ ug/kg
lt>U uu/k g
7.5U ug /ng
7.5U ug/kti
7.5U ug/kg
7.5U ug/kg
7.iU ug/kg
150 ug /ka
7.5U ug/kg
7.5U ug/kg
15U uf) / * g
7.5U ug/kg
7.50 ug / ng
7.50 ug/kg
15U ug/Kg
7 .50 ug/kg
7.50 ug /hg
o.aoj
I
Oepthl
1
Account! GB10Pb»7
UA Codal
Table A-II-2 . Results of analysis for volatile organic compounds
in a sediment sample - LFDS - analysis performed
by MMES
SAMPLE DATE:
MALX3X3 OATI:
"3/10/86
{
\ J/16/86
329«
HHC3 SAMPLE XO:
LTD3
CLXEirr SAMPLE XD:
:
VOTE:
COMPOritiDS
:
<100
aarolala
aeryionitrila
«
««»
sairxan*
:
<30
broaMdlattlaroaatBaa*)
«
<90
BroaMfora
< <5°
oroaoMttaa*
:
<30
.:
<30
aarftaa tatraatUarlda
s
ehloreaamaaa
^
eslaroacaaaa
*
aalorofora
!
<
:
9
5°
<30
aalaroMthaaa
<30
:
2-Hittloro«thylTlnyl ataar
OOO
:
ala-1,3-alehlorograpaaa
<30
atBr«a«anloraaaehaaa
<30
1,1-dlohJ.oroathaoa
<30
1,2-4tanlortj«tnaa«
<30.
1,1~4laaloroaenylaaa
<50
1 ,~2-41aaJ.oraprapaii«
•eayloattxana
<30
•
<30
aathylaaa ehlarlea
<100
1,1,2,2-tairachioroaenaaa
<30
tatraahlaroatnyXaaa
<50
talaaaa
<30
trana-1,2-aiealoraataylana
<30
tnna-1,3-aloaloropropaaa
<50
<30
1,1,l-erlchloro«thao«
1,1,2-CrlehlaraaUiaaa
:
<50
trlcnloraataylana
<50
vlayl ahiorlda
<30
«la-l,2-aletUoroaUiylana
<30
•Aqueous Cield blank
D-816
:
(
Table A-II-3. Results of analysis for base/neutral
acid
extractables
in a sediment
IJL etc
±U c
A U i . a<~ u a i
sample - LFDS - analysis performed by EPA Region X
f l A k o g i o n x Lao nanagea..iii
SaoplWPro Jucl Analyilt
keiulli
J2-AU(.-Bfc
1A I A <
>1Ab
Projecll
Saaple
Uf I |c*r i NXL
110-2550
Hoi B t »<>0<U2
Depth!
l
t
p
U
Sa.p.u t . t . i
bb/05/10 12.27
» . « r c . S.-U-.t
K.a.i.il
O . i c r l p l l o n ! LFJS LAHuFILL hU QUAD 121
Laboratory! P-X
| 8 / H / A c l d Scan
I Parameter
D
I
0
3
Aceounti Cbl0P6A7
KAkTlH K.Att IE 11A
Sao I a>an t
fcatul I Uf.l It
"|
,
|"e/H/AcTo
,
-
1 Park-.tar
uu /kg
72000
Pyrene.
benzofalt i ouu ug/kg
phenol. 2 . A - 0 l n l t r o 1300U ug/kg
Anthracanai
Olbenzofa.li
ug/kg
72000
Anthracene,
baniolalt J00U ug/kg
H-Craiol.
P-Chloro6200U ug/kg
B a m o l c Acid
1300U ug/kg
Ethane.
Meaachloro130QU ug/kg
C y c l o p e n i a d l e n e . Hcnach
130GU ug/kg
liophorone
ug/kg
3t0C
Acanaphlhana
I J Ouli ug/kg
phthalate. O l e l h y l 1300UU ug/kg
Phlhalata.
DI-n-Bulylug/kg
5700U
phananthrana
1 JOGU uc./kg
P h l h a l a t a . n - B u t y l Bani
1300UU ug/kg
Nltroii«lnt.
Dlphenylug/kg
2b0b
Fluorene
ug/kg
noou
Butadiene.
Henachloroug/kg
6200U
p«nlachlorophenol
ug /ko
130011
phenol.
2.A,fc-Tr|chloro
ug/kg
6200U
2-NltroanlIIna
ug/k?
Phanol. 2 - h l t r o ug/kg
Naplhalana
5B0J ug/kg
Naphthalana.
2-Methyl720J ug/kq
Naplhalanat 2 - C h | o r o 1
jOOU ug/kg
benzldlne,
S.J'-Olchlor
2600U ug / kg
0- Cra>oI
1300U ug/i>g
banzana, I , 2 - D I c h I o r o 130CU ug/kg
Phanol. 2-Chloro1300U ug/kq
Phanol,
2.A.5-lrlchloro
6200U ug/kg
Banzana.
Hllro130CU ug/kg
1- H l I f o a n l I Ina
Uk/kg
£2C0U
A - N l i r oan11Ina
ug / KI
620GU
Phanol. A - N l l r o 130GU ug/kg
benzyl Alcohol
ljOuU ug/kq
E t h e r . A - B r o u o y h e n y I Ph
liCull u t, / * g
P h e n o l . 2 . A - C i l » t l h > It jPOU ug/kp
p-Cr e « o l
I iOLU ug / k o
benzene, 1,A-DIcnI o r o 1 30GU ut/ko
Anlllne.
p-Cnlorl jOOu ut / k i
m/m
plienol
1 jOCU
E t h e r . D i l l 2 - C h l o r o eIhy
1 jObll U .j / k (1
nrthanc
blil?-Chloroet
Mrtr
5o0b J u .J / » 0
Lh t h a l a t c . b i i ( 2-? I h y I Ii
l i .j / K T
jhalalc.
Di-n-iiclyl
i : -j / t n
•nzene.
t'ceaciiloro1 JOOU
noou
ncau
Scar.
S.al.anl
• • • Contlnuad
" • »
u
l
t
I
J
U
n
,
l
i
3300 ug/kg
Anthracene
1300U ug/kg
Benzene. 1.2,A-TfIchI or
1300U ug/kg
Phanol. 2.4-ulchloroliOOU ug/kg
Toluana, 2.A-Dlnltro11000 ug/kg
Pyrana
1300U ug/kg
Phthalate. Oi«ethyl
1500 ug/kg
A2000J ug/kg
Dibenzofuran
Perylene. benzolg.n.11A7000J ug/kg
Pyrana. Indenoll.2.3-c»
170000 ug/kg
Fiuoranthene. 3.4-benzo
13000 ug/kg
FIuor anlnena
170000 ug/kg
1300U ug/kg
Fluor anmene . b a n z o l k l 4A000 ug/kg
Acankpnlnylena
6200U ugVk g
Chf ylene
1300U ug/kg
o-Crtiol• A.b-ulnllro1300U ug/kg
beniene. 1,3-D IchI orololuane. 2»t-0lnllroug/kg
N l t r o i a - l n a . Dl-n-Propy
ug/kg
1300U
ctnar • A-Ch lorophenyI P
ug/kg
1300U
Ether, b111 2-CnI or oI top
noou
QA Coda I
Table A-II-4 . Results of analysis for base/neutral acid extract
ables in a sediment sample - LFDS - analysis
performed by MMES
SAMPLE DATE:
: 5-10-36
5-15-36
AHAI.T3I3 OATE:
HHE3 SAMPLE ID:
CLZEHT SAMPLE ID:
.
HOTE:
:
COMPOUHDS
:
3297
:
LUB3
: "sIioHS
: 5-15-36
:
:
329*
LFTIS
:
FINAL COUCEHTSATIC lit a ppa (•(
S-hitro30-41a«thyla«in«
<».2
<4.2
bi3 (2-ehloroathyl) *th«r
<4.2
<4.2
1,3-dlchlorobanxan*
<4.2
<4.2
1,4-dlcnlorobarttana
<*•*
1,2-41cJjiloroo«azan«*
<».2
<4.2
<4.2
<».2
kValt r « 3 0 - 4 1 - it- p ro py lamia •
<4.2
<3.4
: <m
haxachloroa tiian •
altrobanzana
<8.4
<3.4
laopnoron*
<4.2
<4.2
bla (2-chloraataoxy) aataan*
<».2
<4.2
1,2 4-trieblorob«az*n«
<».2
<4.2
naphthalan*
<4.2
<4.2
haxaaalorobutadian*
<4.2
<4.2
haxachlorocyclopantadlan*
<3.4
<8.4
2-«hloronaphtaalan«
<4.2
<4.2
olaathylphthalata
«.2
<4.2
aconaphthalaa*
<4.2
<4.2
2,6-dlnitratoluan*
<a.»
<3.4
<».2
<3.4
"
<3.4
dlataylphtaalata
:"""<8\4
<a.4
fluorano
:
ola(2-«hlorol3opropyl) «th«r
:
t
:
aeaaaphth*n«
2,4-dlaitrotolu«n«
<4.2
<8.4
9
<4.2
<4.2
<4.2
<-chlorophanylph*nyl attaar
i—• • • • •
— — aa aa [
s-oltroaodiphanylamina
:
<3.4
<3.4
*-broaoph*nylphanyl athar
:
<4.2
naxaehlorobanzana
:
<4.2
<4.2
<4.2
Ptiananthraaa
:
<4.2
j Si
aathracana
:
<4.2
:
—
-
'•» • b-818" -
*Aqueous field blank
*
*
1 1
Table A-II-4 .
Continued
SAMPLE OATI:
15-10-66
j 5- 10-36
:
5-15-36
: 5- 15-86
:
AHALT3I3 DATE:
«
MMtS SAMPLE ID:
: • 3294
3297
LLFB3
CUEXT SAMPLE ID:
:
*
NOTE:
LFDS
I
FMAL COMCXXTHATIOK a pp* (ac/kg)
COMPOUNDS
dl-ft-butylphthalafc*
<a.»
flooraataaaa
3.0
banxldin*
<168*
;
<168
pyraae
3.3
;
120
butylbanxylphthalate
<8.«
<a.»
3,3»-dl«hlorob*nxldln*
<8.»
<8.»
baaxo (a) anthraaan*
<4.2
100
<4.2
110
<s.« ;
<3.
di-»-*>oty lphthalate
<a.4
<a.»
baaxo (b A k) fluoranthanaa
<4.2
210
baaxo (a) pyrao*
<».2
110
ladeao-1,2,3 ( « , d ) pyrana
<s.» i
100
dlbaax* (a.h) aathracan*
<a.»
i
36
baiwo (j.0,1) parylana
<8.«
i
91
61a (2-athylhaxyi)
|
phthalate
j
<a.»
150
s
.
:
:
i
:
<4.2
<n.2
:
<4.2
<1.2
2-nitrophenol
:
<4.2
<*.2
2,3-dimethylph«nol
:
<H.2
<4.2
2,4-dlchlorophenol
:
<».2
<4.2
4-chloro-3-<ne thy lphenol
:
<4.2
<4.2
2,4,6-trlohlorophenol
:
<4.2
:
<4.2
2,1-dinltrophenol
:'
<12.6
:
<12.6
4-nltrophenol
:
<8.4
:
<3.U
4,6-dinitro-o-creaol
:
<12.6
:
<12.6
pentachlorophenol
:
<3.4
:
<3.4
phenol
*
2-chlorophenol
*Aqueous f i e l d
blank
D-819
Table A-III-1 . Results of analysis for v o l a t i l e organic compounds in a sludge sample SSP2ES - analysis performed by Region X Lab.
ISaapla toaplelel
EPA Region X Lao nanayeaenl Sytlaa
Saaple/ProJacl Analyst! kasultt
ll-AOG-Bf,
161101*4
UHlcerl
HAhllll MARIETTA
Project! TEC-2BAA
Page
BCI
1
Account! GB10PG41
Station Noi SSP2ES
Saaplc Nol 66 134SBI
Bagln Saaple batai B6/03/2B 12138
Laboratoryl RX
Source! Sludge IWaste Pandl
1213a
Coatentt AUGEKEu IN NE- CONNER POND 2
O
I
oo
to
o
hethanet TetrachloroAcatona
Methane, T r l e h l o r o B eniana
Ethane. 1,1i1-Tr1chloro
Methanol BroaoHethane, ChloroEthane. ChloroEthylene, ChloroMelhane. O l c h l o r o Carbon D i s u l f i d e
Methane. Tr IbroaoHethane. OlchlorobroaoEthane. It 1—01chloroEthylene. 1,1-01chloropropane, 1,2-DlchloroMethyl Ethyl Katona IHE
Ethane, 1,1,2-Tr1ch1 oro
Ethylene, 1,1.2-1r1ch1o
Ethane, 1<1,it2-T«trach
o-Xy1 ana
Beniene, E t h y l S tyr ana
Ethane, 1.2-01chloroVlnyl Acetate
Ketone, Methyl Isobutyl
Toluena
Beniene, ChloroElher, Chloroethyl Viny
Methane, Ch1 orod1broaoEthylane, l e t r e c h l o r o Cls-1,2-Dichloroethene
Ethylene, 1,2-Trans-D1c
2-Hsa anone
Propane, c1s-1, 3-D 1chlo
Propane, Ir an s-1,3-D 1cn
V
QA Cedal
baseriptlonl SLUDGE STOkAGE PUNU i2,STATION E.SLIIOGE
End Saap|« Dalai H6/03/2B
I VOA - PP Scan (GCMSI
I
Depth!
SaoUent
Result Unl I*
200
liBUJ
200
200
20U
400
40U
400
40U
1«UJ
200
200
20U
200
20U
200
140OJ
20U
20U
200
20U
20U
20U
200
400
400
200
20U
4 00
2 00
200
200
200
400
200
200
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/K g
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/Kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
I
Coup I S
Fraql
C
Table A - I I I - 2 . R e s u l t s o f a n a l y s i s f o r v o l a t i l e o r g a n i c compounds
i n a sludge sample - SSP2ES - a n a l y s i s performed
by M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Environmental Systems
: "3/28/34
Sxuns DATI:
* V2S736
uiixiais DiTt:
• »/g/86 •
XHE3 SAJlfLt ID:
'
280«
»
33-FB3
CUXJT SAM'LX ID:
-
Ca)
:
HCTI:
CSMPOUNOS
a/11/86
:•
2796
i
S3?2E3
f—
i
<»>
FIHAL. c
:
<10
<90
<10
<90
1
<3
<*5
broaodlchlorowathaaa
:
<5
<»5
broavafora
!
<3
<*5
<
aerolein
:
aarylonitrile
•
B«02«e«
brawoaotoaa*
*
<3
car boa tetrachloride
J
<3
ohlorobaezen*
>
<3
4
5
<*5
ohloroathaae
5
<3
<»3
ehlorofona
1
<3
<»5
<3
<»5
ehloroaathaae
:
<10
aia-1,3-diehloroprepaa*
:
<3
<»5
dibroacchloroavethaaa
<3
<»5
1,1-dichloroethane
<3
<»5
1,2-dichloroaeliane
<3
<»5
1,1-dichloroathylea*
[
. <3
1,2-dlchloropropaae
s
<3
athylbanxeaa
»
^
aetayleae ohlorida
:
<10
1,1,2,2-tetraehloroethana
:
<3
tetraehloroathylaaa
:
<3
toluana
:
<3
traaa-t,2-dichloroathyleaa
:
<5
<3
traaa-1,3-dichloropropena
1,1,1-trie.hloroathana
:
<3
1,1,2-triehloroathaaa
:
<3
triehloroathylaaa
:
<3
i l a y l chloride
:
<3
ali-1,2-dlehloroathylaa*
:
<3
:
<90
2-aaIoroathylyiarl ether
«3
<»3
: <«•.
<»5
:
<90
<»5
«5
<»5
:
<»5
:
<»5
:
<*5
:
<»5
\
<»5
:
<»5
(a) Aqueous f i e l d b l a n k ; coj'iq^jLra t i o n u n i t s = ppb (ng/ml) .
(b) Sample d i l u t e d 1:9 f o r a n a l y s i s .
D--8 21
Cm
Table A-III-3
Results of analysis for base/neutral acid extractable in a sludge sample
- SSP2ES - analysis by Region X Lab.
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Projecll
Complete!
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Nol
JSP2ES
leapla
Nol
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iourcal Sludge (Matte Peaol
Depth!
*
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Deteripllonl SLUDGE SIOfcACE PUNO I2,S1AII0N E.SLUOCt
Laboratory!
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to
Pyrene. I.niolalPhenol, 1,4-DlnllroAnthracene, Olbeniola.h
A-lhracane, beniolaln-Cretol, P-thloro(tmolc Acid
Ethane, HtaachloroCyclor-enladlene, H.«acli
liapherena
Acenaphthene
pi-lhalala. Diethylphthalate, OI-n-Bulylph.nanthrene
Phthalate. n-Bulyl tana
hllrttaalna, Olphenylfluo,ana
Butadiene, HexacnloruPtnlachlorophenol
Ph.nol. 2,*,6-Trlchl»ra
I - N l l r a a n l l Ilia
Phanol, 2-hltroknplhalane
M p h l h a l e n t , 2-Mathyifciplhalene,
2-Chlorel.nildlna, l.l'-Ulehlor
e-Cretol
b . n i e n e , 1,2-0IchI o f o Ph.nol. 2-Chloiaph.nol, 2,*,»-lrleliloro
t.niene, Mllie}-N11roanl11n«
«-Hllroanlllne
Ph.nol, A - M l r e B t m y l Alcohol
E t h e r , 4-Br o a o p h e n y l Ph
Phenol, 2 , * - D l a a l h y l p-Cretol
Irniant! I.*-Olchlafoa n i l i n e , n-Cnler• •-•nol
t i n . f . bl l l 2 - X h l o r o « l h >
k-m.n., bltl2-Chlmotl
p - l n a l a l e , b i l l l - f I liy l h
» " . » i U t , i Ol-n-Uclyl
•""ran., H.xchloro-
I
|
Seolaanl
ketult Unlit
-
110000 ug/fcg
12000GU uy/kg
2*OO0U ug/kg
BtOGOO ug/kg
**000U ug/kg
120000U uy/ag
24GOOU ug/kg
2*00uU ug/kg
2*0000 ug/k«
24000U ug/kg
24OO0U ug/kg
24O00U ug/kg
3*0000 ug/kg
2*O00U uy/ki
24GO0U ug/kg
»0OJ uy/ag
2*G00u uy/kg
120000U uy/kg
2*00OU
1J0000U
2*O0OU
2*000U
2*00GU
2*00GU
*«000U
2*00OU
2*bOGU
2*0000
120000U
2*O0OU
I20000U
120000U
12000GU
2*000U
2*u00U
2*uOOU
2*00uU
2*uOGU
2*uOGU
^AOroU
2*000U
2*0000
2*0(100
2*O0tU
2*00011
uy/kg
ug/kg
uy/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uy/kg
ug/kg
ug/M
uy/kg
uy/kg
ug/ko
uy/kguy/kg
ug/kn
ug/ko
uy/kg
uy/kg
uy/kg
uy/k«j
uy/kg
uy/ko
uy/kg
uy/kg
uy/ky
uy/i.g
uy/M
I
|
j
B / N / A c l o Scan
eee
Paraaeter
Sedlaonl
Continues ee*
Metult U n l i t
Anthracene
U e n a e n e , 1.2 , * - ? r I c h I or
Phenol. 2,*-ulcrilerotoluene, 2,*-Dlnltropyrene
P h l h a l k l a , Olaetnyl
blbentolurait
Perylene, Henioty,h,11Pyrene, Indenol1,2.3-e.
Fiuoranthene. 3 , * - » e m e
flueianthene
Fluoraiilhene, k e m a l k l Acenaphthylene
Chrytene
it-Cretal. * , b - b l n l t r a b e m e n e . 1 , 3 - D I c h I or a lelu.ne, 2,6-DlntlroNltrotaalne. Ol-n-Propy
Ether. *-Cnlerophenyl P
Ether, bl»l2-Chloroltop
1JQ00J
2*OO0U
2*OO0U
2*000U
tBOOOO
2*000U
2*0000
1)0000
200000
410000
1.6E*
J10000
3J00J
610000
120000U
2*000U
2*O0OU
2*O0OU
2*O0OU
2*000U
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
uf/kt
ug/kg
ug/kg
ug/kg
I
I
I
Freql
6
Table A - I I I - 4 . Results of a n a l y s i s f o r b a s e / n e u t r a l a c i d
e x t r a c t a b l e s i n a sludge sample - SSP2ES a n a l y s i s performed by Martin Marietta E n v i r o n mental Systems
sim»t.r axrz:
_____
: 3/23/36
AHALI3I3 DATE:
' "fli/TI/ia"
1
»/22/o6
279«
' 2304
MIES 3JLI1PT.E ID:
CLIZTC SAIIPLS ID:
:
SOTS:
5
COHPQUnDS
!
r-aitr03o-diaet&ylaain*
bis (2-chloroethyl)
•»
«5——* _,
3/23/36 "
~~iu~
:
etner
1,3-<Uehlorobanx*ne
:
1 ,4-dlchlaroBanxane
3SP2SS
33PF33
:
<5
<62.5
<5
<62.3
<5
<62.5
<3
• ~~<62.5 ~
<3
<62.5
<5
<62.5
<5
<62.5
hexachloroethana
OO
<12S
nitrobenzene
<10
025
<5
<52.5
<S
<S2.5
1,2,4-erlchloroSenxana
<5
<62.S
naphthalene
<5
<62.5
hexachlorobutadien*
<5
<62.5
<10
<125
2-chloronaphthalene
<5
<62.3
diaethylphthalate
<5
<62.5
1,2-diehlorobanzane
Sia(2-ciiloroi3opropyl)
«th«r
2-nitro3c—<ai-fl-propy lamina
Isophorone
ui3 (2-chloroethoxy)
aathaoe
aaxachloroeyclopantactian*
acenaphthalena
:
<S
<62.5
2,5-dinitrotoluana
1
<10
<125
acanaphthene
:
<5
2,»-dinltrotolu*n*
:
<1Q
<52.5
dieiUiylpnthalata
:
<10
<125
fluoren*
:
<5
<S2.5
4-enlorophenylphenyl atlier
:
<5
<52.5
S-altrosodlpheny lamina
:
<10
<125
4-broaophenyl?h«nyl ethar
:
<5
<62.5
haxachlorobanxena
:
<5
<62.5
phananthrana
i
<S
<52.5
anthracana
:
<5
;
<52.5
(a)Aqueous f i e l d blank; concentration unics » ppb (ng/ml).
D-823
Table A - I I I - 4 .
Continued
^
i
.
XSXVtZlS DATS:
: 3/28/86
; 4/18/86
MMES SAMPLE ID:
;
CUEHT SAKPLE ID:
•
BOTE:
•
SAJiPLE OATE:
v
2804
.
,
;
>
II
a
: : 3/28/36
: : 4/22/86
:
33?FB3 : :
2796
33P2E3
:
COrtfOUIlDS
»
dl-a-butylphthalate
•
FINAL C
fiuoranthene
bettxldin*
<10
!
025
<5
:
1780
<200
:
<2500
<5
. 1220
butylbenxylphthalata
<10
02S
3,3««diehlorobenxldlne
<10
<125
pyrtoa
benso (a) anthracene
<5
340
chrysene
<5
1240
bla C2-*taylhexyl) phthalata
<10
<125
dl-3-octylphthalate
OO
.
<12S
banxo (b 4 k) fluorantheoes
<3
1430
beaxo (a) pyrene
<5
330
ladeno-1,2,3 (c,d) pyrana
:
<10
370
dlbaazo (a.h) anthracana
:
<10
025
banzo ( j . h . l )
:
<10
470
phanol
:
OO
2-chlorophenol
:
<5
2-nitropiienol
:
2,3-4Inethylphenol
2,a-dlchlorophenol
perylene
':
<82.3
<5
':
<62.5
:
<3
:
<62.5
:
<3
!""<62T5~"
:
:
< 3
<5
:
<62.5
:
05
:
027.5
•-nitrophenol
:
OO
I
025
4,S-dlnitro-«-«re301
:
OS
:
<137.5
pentachlorophenol
:
OO
:
<125
a—ihloro-3-nethyl?henol
2,4,S-trichlorophenol
2,4-dlaltrophcnol
'
I <62.5
(a)Aqueous f i e l d blank; concentration units - ng/ml.
D-824
LAUCKS FIELD SPLIT SAMPLE COMPARISON
D-825
LABORATORY DATA VALIDATION
MARTIN MARIETTA - THE DALLES
FIELD SPLITS COMPARISON
GROUND WATER SAMPLES COLLECTED
AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 1986
A
during
summary of the r e s u l t s
26 August
of s p l i t
to 4 September
Reduction F a c i l i t y
samples
collected
1986 at Martin M a r i e t t a
(MMRF), The D a l l e s , Oregon, and analyzed
by MMES and Laucks T e s t i n g Labs i s presented.
A m a j o r i t y of the Laucks
holding
time
violations.
data
i s invalid
These v i o l a t i o n s
because of
affected
total
cyanides, free cyanides, f l u o r i d e s , s u l f a t e s , PCBs, BNAs, and
VOCs.
A table
summarizing
the holding time v i o l a t i o n s i s
provided.
The data i s presented, compared to the MMES data merely
for q u a l i t a t i v e e v a l u a t i o n and comparison.
analyzed
by Laucks
Free cyanide was
by the ASTM m i c r o d i f f u s i o n
method as
opposed to the Standard Methods 412.14 Weak and D i s s o c i a b l e
Cyanide Method s p e c i f i e d by the QAPP and i n the l a b o r a t o r y
contract.
This may e x p l a i n why Laucks r e s u l t s are much lower
than MMES f o r "Free Cyanides."
D-826
573/10
Thirteen
samples c o l l e c t e d
a t MMRF, were s p l i t and
analyzed by Martin M a r i e t t a Environmental
Testing
Labs.
A list
Systems and Laucks
o f samples c o l l e c t e d ,
t r a c k i n g numbers, and parameters requested
laboratory
can be found i n
Table 1.
R e s u l t s from the analyses
summarized
in
Table
(Inorganics).
1-1
Results
f o r inorganic parameters are
through
from
1-12
i n . Section
the analyses
p a r a m e t e r s a r e summarized i n Tables
I
f o r organic
I I - l through I I - 3 i n
Section I I ( O r g a n i c s ) .
Additional
acid)
List
organic
compounds
from EPA Contract
(HSL) were
analyzed
(volatiles,
base-neutral
Lab Program's Hazardous
by
Laucks
Testing
Labs.
compounds were r e p o r t e d above d e t e c t a b l e l e v e l s .
MW-lB was analyzed
f o r PCBs by both l a b s .
were reported above d e t e c t a b l e l e v e l s .
D-827
Substance
No
Sample
No PCB compounds
573/5
M a r t i n M a r i e t t a - The Dalles
Ground Water Samples
C o l l e c t e d September 1986
F i e l d S p l i t Samples
Holding Time Evaluation
Laucks Testing Laboratory
F i e l d ID
Laucks
T.
CN
F.
CN
Na
F
SO.
4
Metals
MW-15B
MW-lB
MW-3A
MW-16-D
Recycle
Pond
MW-7B
PW-4
MW-8B
MW-6A
MW-9B
•Chenowith
98545
98552
98565
98565
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
X
X
X
X
(x)
(x)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
98566
78566
98566
98668
98668
98668
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
(x)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(x)
x
(x)
(x)
(x)
X
X
X
X
X
|
98668
(x)
(x)
X
X
X
X
98953
X
(x)
12
12
10
10
10
10
1
2
5
11
12
0
3
3
0
1
2
1
1
0
10
7
7
10
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
10
0
7
0
7
0
10
0
0
2
2
DCEG
LLDW
X
PCBs BNA
(x)
VOC
(x)
X
(x)
X
X
X
X
ND
ND
x
.X
TOTAL:
13
Number exceeding
holding time:
Number of v a l i d
samples:
Number not
analyzed:
V a l i d samples:
Note:
V a l i d samples are: (x) = exceeded h o l d i n g times
Total Cyanide - LLDW
Free Cyanide - No samples
Sodium - A l l samples
F l u o r i d e - MW1B, 3A, 16D, 7B, PW-4, 6A, Chenowith 3
u l f a t e - MW-B, 3A, 16D, 7B, PN-4, 6A, Chenowith 3
t a l s - a l l samples
JBs - no samples
B/N/A - no samples
VOC - MW1B, MW-16D
D-828
Trip Blk
VOC
Table 1. L i s t o f s p l i t samples c o l l e c t e d a t MMRF and a n a l y z e d
by M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Environmental Systems and Laucks
T e s t i n g Labs w i t h c o r r e s p o n d i n g l a b t r a c k i n g numbers
and parameters requested
Client
Sample
ID
MMES
ID
Sampling
Date
Laucks
ID
MW-lB
797
8/28/86
98552
1, PCB's
MW-3 A
777
8/27/86
98565-1
1
MW-6A
895
9/3/86
98668-1
3
MW-7B
826
9/1/86
98566-2
2"
MW-8B
899
9/3/86
98668-2
3
MW-9B
891 -
9/4/86
98668-3
3
98545
3,
MW-15B
/ 752
MW-16D
r
. 8/26/86.; .
;
Parameter(s)
Requested
779
8/27/86 "
98565-2
1
PW-4
817
9/2/86
98566-1
2
LLDW
983
9/18/86
989 53
T o t a l and
cyanide
R e c y c l e Pond
822
8/30/86
98566-3
Chenowith #3
889
9/4/86
98668-4
T o t a l and
cyanide
3
DCEG..
892
9/4/86
9 8668.-5
Volatile
• l . _ - T o t a l and f r e e c y a n i d e , sodium, EP t o x i c i t y t e s t m e t a l s ,
f l u o r i d e , s u l f a t e , v o l a t i l e organics, base/neutral acid
.extractables.
2. T o t a l and f r e e c y a n i d e , sodium, EP t o x i c i t y t e s t m e t a l s ,
•
f l u o r i d e , and s u l f a t e , v o l a t i l e o r g a n i c s .
3. T o t a l , f r e e c y a n i d e , sodium," EP t o x i c i t y t e s t m e t a l ,
• --..-fluoride, s u l f a t e . '
-
D-829
SECTION I
ANALYSES FOR INORGANIC PARAMETERS
D-830
Table 1-1.
Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s
ID: MW-lB
forclient
Laucks
Result
MMES
Result
Parameter (mg/L)
0.8
17
38
<0.005
0.008
1.3
22
30
<0.010
<0.010
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Free cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
Table 1-2. Summary of i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s
MW-3 A
Laucks
Result
MMES
Result
Parameter (mg/L)
0
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Free cyanide
To fsT~ cyanide"
..
9?
.
0 .-4- 26
25
<0.005
0-.-0-3 5
30
24
<0.010
—•
<o.oio
Table 1-3. Summary of i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s
MW-6A
—
f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
Laucks
Result
MMES
Result
Parameter (mg/L)
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Free cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
sample
1.1
9.1
23
0.230
0.38 - -
—
D-831
-
0.7
8
32
0.012
0.37
Table 1-4. Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
MW-7B
MMES
Result
Parameter (mg/L)
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium " "
Free cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
-
Laucks
Result
0.71
78
22
0.042
0*77
_
"
0.30
72
21
0.017
0.74
Table 1-5. Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID;
MW-8B
. s
*
.. .
Parameter (mg/LV
"
MMES
Result
-Laucks
Result
.1.8
67 _
25
Qrtt&~0.48
Fluoride
Sulfate,.
Sodium •
•
Fr^e-cyanl-d-e
TotaL cyanide
- 0..30
. 7(T _
22
0-0^
0.4 9
Table 1-6. Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
MW-=9B" " •""
._ ~ . Laucks .
Resuit
MMES .Result
Parameter (mg/L).
1.4
50
32
.—_--.z0-.54
1.0
Fluoride
Sulfate
. - ..
Sodium
Fre'e~cyan i c i e r - ~ " ~~
T o t a l cyanide
:
D-8 3 2
0.80
48
36 ' "
"
1. 1
Table 1-7 .
:::z
Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
MW-15B
-
7
• "
Parameter
(mg/L)
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
F"rVe"cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
EP Tox Metals
Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
Mercury
Selenium
Silver
"
'
:
•
•
• • •" 1 .1
'
97
22
_
0 .052
1-.5
LaUCkS
Result
:
0
77
21
0
0
.30
.
_
.012
.74
(nq/L)
<10
<200
<10
<20
<10
<0 .30
<5
<50
, '
-
Tablev1-8.
Parameter
: v: - . M M E S ' "
Result
<5
40
<2
<5
<10
<1
<5
<2
Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t . s a m p l e ID:
PW-4
MMES
Result
(mg/L)
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Free , cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
EP Tox Metals
A r s e n i c -B a r r u n r "
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead-Mercury..
0 .72
21
23
<0 .010
0 .010
Laucks
Result
0 .50
17
22
<0 .005
0 .005
(uq/L)
~ ~- '
"
-- "•
- - —•
-
Selenium
Silver
<10—
<-5-'
- - <200 • " ' • " • - - <20
<10
<2
<20
<5
— ~<10- — ......<• 10
<0 .3
<1
<5
<50
D-833
<5
<2
Table 1-9. Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
R e c y c l e Pond
MMES
Result
/ /r\
Parameter (mg/L)
K
e
5
U
i
t
<0 .010
Free cyanide
Total, cyanide
Table 1-10 .
0 .025
0 .05 5
i J
'
Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID
LLDW
1.5
:
Free cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
Tatrre—I'-Tl
Laucks
Result
0.44
1 2
Summary" of- morg^ril-c---res-ul-t^-f or-clire-nt samp-re- TD":
MW-16D
—MMES—
Result
Parameter (mg/L)
0 .68
24
17
<0 .010
<0 .010
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Free cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
-EauctcsResult;
0 .50
20
17
<0 .005
0 .010
EP Tox Met a l s " T n g ' / L) Arsenic
Barium
Ca-ditrrum
Chromium
Lead
Mercury- - —
-
-
<10
<200
<10
<20
<10
<0 .3
<5
<50
-
Selenium
Silver
D-834
<5
<20
—K2<5
<10
.-<!-
<5
<2
Table 1-12. Summary o f i n o r g a n i c r e s u l t s f o r c l i e n t sample ID:
Chenowith #3
Parameter
MMES
Result
(mg/L)
Fluoride
Sulfate
Sodium
Free cyanide
T o t a l cyanide
Laucks
Result
0
1-0
32
39
<0 .010
<0 .010
70
32
43
<0 .005
0 .020
EP Tox Metals (uq/L)
Arsenic
Barium
Cadmium
Chromium
Lead
•
Mercury.
Selenium
Silver
<50
<200
<10
<20
<10'
<0.30
<5
<50
-
D-835
<5
<20
< 2
'
<5
<10
<1
<5
<2
-
SECTION II
ANALYSES FOR ORGANIC PARAMETERS
D-836
Table I I - l . Results of a n a l y s i s f o r v o l a t i l e organic compounds
i n an aqueous sample c o l l e c t e d at the Martin Marietta
Reduction F a c i l i t y , The Dalles, Oregon and analyzed
by Martin Marietta Environmental Systems and
Laucks Testing Labs
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
MW-lB
MMES
Result
COMPOUND
Laucks
Result
(IKJ/L
acrolein
<10
<5
acrvlonitrile
<10
<S
benzene
<S
<1
bromodichloromethane
<5
<1
bromomethane
<S
<1
bromoform
<S
<1
carbon t e t r a c h l o r i d e
<5
<1
chlorobenzene'
chloroethane""'
<1
;
<5 "
7
•
•
" '
c h l o r o f o r m - - ' - - - •• ~chloromethane" ~
-~ •
2-chloroethylvlnvl ether
<1
, cs._ "„ . 1 -
<1- — •-
<s
<1
<5
<1
cis-1,3-dichlorooropene- ' -
•\-
dibromochloromethane
1,1-dichloroethane
<s
1,2-dichloroethane
<5
1,1-dichloroethvlene
<S
<1
1,2-dichloropropane
<5
<1
ethylbenzene
<S
<1
methylene chloride
<S
<1
1.1.2.2-tetrachloroethane
<5
<1
tetrachloroethylene
<S
<1
toluene
<5
<1
<1
<1
, .. ..
trans-1,2-dichloroethylene
-.
trans-1 ,'3-dichioroel:hane - •• . .. .
<1 -
<5
• <1 "
<5
1,1,1-trichloroethane
<S
<1
1,1,2-trichloroethane
<S
<1
trichloroethylene
v i n v l chloride
...
-
<5 -
~ <1
~<i
.- - -- -
-T-T
--„
7
cis-1 ^-"dichloroetBriSjSa -NA- - -^No t- a na 1 y z ed
x<
.
_
-Ts"~ -
NA
—
Table I I - l . Resu"lts";af^
extract3.bie^ompounds.--in-.-aqu-eous---s-ample ( c l i e n t
ID: MW-lB) ."cb 11ected "at "Martin' Marietta
Reduct ion - f a c i l i t y " , -The""-Dalles'-Oregon.and
a na 1 y z ed -b y--M ar t i n Mar-i etta-Eny i ronme n t a 1
Systems .and
:
LCLXENT.. SAMPLE . IDi-.-MW-lB —
*
COMPOUNDS (ug/L)
_
r
- "
A.; enap h t h a 1 ene
...":
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
• • ... v::..
Benzidine
." ..
O e n i o (a> A n t h r a c e n e .....
BenzoCa)Pyrene
MMES:..,.
' Result;-;:
-< 10
.£ I Q
< 10 ; :.. : _
< 30
. < 1.0. . .
< 10
-
_
Laucks
Result
--•-
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
1
.
"
<
r
S s n z o < b + k ) f luoranthen-es--^--''
-W-~ ~:~'Z77.?:~. "ht'JZ^
<1 • "
G e n : o ( g i h, i J P e r y l e n e •
- •'< • 1 0 ~
"'_] ..
j..'[ '_z ' " '<i
Benzoic A c i d
". "
• •
50
<•]_
Benzyl Alcohol:
• '-/-'- " . • -^Q- <i
4-Br omop h eny 1— p heny 1 e.th.e.r.. ."
.-.IO.
.
<1
3 vi t .j 1 b e nz_y l p h t h a l a t e
. „,_: X . 10
<_1
:
:
:
:
;
:
v
4-Ch l o r o - 3 - M e t h y l p h eno-l--" ^ ~- '
IO-•' -' •-••; .-••
;
4-Chloroaniline
% 1.0
....
t5 I s ( 2 - C h l o r o e t h o x y ) M e t h a n e
< 10' .
"
b i s (2-Ch i o r o e t h y 1 J E t h e r
;;
10""
"
~
b i 5 f 2-Ch l o r o i s o p r o p y l ) E t h e r
.< 10 - • •2 - C h l o r o n a p h t h a l e n e <
10_~\
2-Ch 1 o r o p h e n o l
•
4-Ch.l o r op n eny 1-ph eny 1 e t h e r
Cnr.ys.ene
D i - n.-Bu t y i p h t h a l a t e .
0 \ -r,-.Qc cy.l Ph t h a l a t e
Ci'.tisn; (a,.h - A n t h r a c e n e
"
• <1
^
<1
<1
<1
<1
- ,-- i o
• '. 10 . .
.. 10
' ..< 10 '"
< 10
10
•
<i
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
- -_C IO.
< 10 :
C 10..
•£ 1 0 - 20
'C 1 0
...... ^.,-...;.:v.
<1
''""'••'•"...
<1
;-.,:'<1
<1
_
<1
<1
!J a n z o r u r a n ....... . ... _ . _ _ •
1 • 2-D i c h 1 o r ob-en z enje.- _
1 < 2-D i c h 1 o r o p e n z ene-'..':.
"'•'"~
!: 4 - 0 i c h 1 o r ob,en z ene... .... .. ..
o.- 3 ' - D i C h 1 o r o b en.z i..d i ne
2» - - D i c h l o r o p h e n o l
:
Diethylphthalate
•
•.. < 10_
Dimethyl Phthalate " ~'
< 10
2 • 4-D ime t h y 1 p h eno 1
•
•"". :
10."." T"7
-i. 6 - D i n i t r o-2-Me t h y.l p h eno 1
-50
.'.4-Dinitrophenol
"
50 .
b - D i n i t r o t o l uene
D-838 >
;"
;
~
r
l 0
--
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Table I I - l .
Continued
CLIENT SAMPLE I D :
MW-lB
• MMES
Result
COMPOUNDS (ug/L)
Laucks
Result
2-4-Dinitrotoluene
1.2-Diphenylhydrazine
bis(2-Ethylhexy1)Phthalate
Fiuoranthene
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
< 10
< 10
< .10
<: i o
< 10
< 10
<1
<1
<1
<i
<1
<1
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
. Hexachloroethane
"
Indeno(1,2-3-cdJPyrene
r-5:op.h.orone .
2-Methy Ipap_h_tha. 1. ene
< 10
< .10
< 10
< 10
^ 10
<_ 10
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
_< 1
4-Methylphenol
.2-Methylphenol
N-Mi t r o s o - D i - n - P r o p y l a m i n e
N-Nitrosodimethylamine :
N-Nitrosodiphenylamine-
:
-
•-" - -C -10
< 10
10
"
< 5
-' '^. '10 •
.Z-Hx.tr oan.LLi.ne ... 4 -rH.troani l ine: ... . . ,
3 - t r o a n i line '
r; i tr.o.b e n zene.
4.-Ni.t.r.o.phenol
2,-r-J i..tr..op...h.e.ao.l- . . ,-..
<. 50
< 50
< 50
-^10
- 50;
< 10
f
:
;
•
•
<1
<1
<1
<1
'
:
. <1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
Pen.tac.hloT...pfi.e.n.Ql .
P.h.en.a.nthran.e .. .... - .. • . ........ -
< 50
'- 10-
<1
F . r . o . L "......:: ;
< 10
<i
Pure.ne
:
••- 10
. - . ..
I - ..'2 <. 4 - T.r. i c h l o r o b e n z e n e
2... 4 T r i.c h 1 ar.o p Ive n o l
< 10
< 50
2-.4,. i-z Tr i c h i o r o p h e n o 1
10
D-839
<1
<1
<1
*. I
Table II-2.
•
-;
Results of analysis for v o l a t i l e organic compounds
in an aqueous sample collected at the Martin
.-Marietta Reduction F a c i l i t y , The Dalles, Oregon
and analyzed by Laucks Testing Labs.
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
_
. .. .
MW-16D
MMES
Result
Laucks
Result.
COMPOUND ( uo/L
acrolein
<10
<5
acrvlonitrile
<10
<5
benzene
<5
<1
bromodichloromethane
<5
<1
bromomechane
<S
<1
bromoform
<5
<1
carbon tetrachloride
<5
<1
chlorobenzene
<5
. <1
chloroethane
<5
<1
chloroform.
<S
<1
chloromethane -
=. - <S
<1
2-chlbroethylVinyl ether
• " <5- "
<1
cia-l,3-dichloroorooene
<5
<1
dibromochloromethane
<S
"<1
1, 1-dichloroethane
" <s
<1
1,2-dichloroethane
Vs
<l
1,1-dichlbroethylene
<5~
<T*"
1,2-dichloroprooane
<5
ethylbenzene
<S
methylene chloride
<5
<i
1,1,2 ,2-tetrachloroethane
Is
<i
tetrachloroethylene
<5
<i
toluene
<5
<i
trans-1,2-dichloroethylene
<S
trans-1,3-d-chloroethane
<s
<i
<i
<i
<s
<i
....
<T
_
1, i , l-trichioroet"hane
1,1,2-trichioroethane
...
-
'
trichloroethylene
.......
vinyl chloride
. . .._ . .
—
cis-1, 2-dichloroethyiene
NA^r . Not 'analyzed
.....
— • •• '
. .'. "<i~.~.
NA
.
"
Table II-2.
Results of analysis for base/neutral acid extractable compounds in "an-aqueous sample collected at
Martin MariettaReduction F a c i l i t y , The Dalles,
Oregon and analyzed by Martin Marietta •
Environmental Systems and 'Laucks Testing Labs
CLIENT SAMPLE -ID: -•• MW-16DMMES ~
Result-
COMPOUNDS (ug/L)
Ar enap h th a 1 ene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzo(a)Anthracene
3 en z o ( a) Py r ene
La ucks
Result
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
10
''
io
10
< so
< 10
< 10
E . n z o ( b + k ) f 1 u o r a n t h en-es
Gen z o ( g < hi i ) Pery!.l en e:
Benzo i c A c i d
_
Benzyl Alcohol
4-Bromop h e n y 1 - p h e n y 1 e t h e r
Butylbenzylphthalate
.
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
-1010
SO "
10"
10'
10.
1
< 10
~<r
4 - C h 1 c r o - 3 - M e t h y1p h eno 1_
4 - C h l o r o a n i l i n e ~ "'.
^ ;V "
t- i ? (2-Ch l o r o e t h o . x y ) M e t h a n e b i s ( 2-Ch 1 or oeth y.l ) Eth erl. ''_
b i-i i ' 2 - C h l o r o i s o p r o p y l ) E t h e r
2-Chloronaphthalene"
. .
-:; i o
c 10
< 10
< 10
•< -• 10
2-Chioropheno1
4-Chlorophenyl-phenylether
Chrysene
D ;-n-Buty1phthalate
~ i-r.-Oc cu 1 P h t h a l a t e
P i hen j(a i h/Anthracene
-: i o
•: i o
< 10
<io
<: i o
<io
<i"
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
V : '•: •= n T O r \< r a n
, ^
1. 2 - D i c h lorobenzene.--.
1, 2 - D i c h l o r o b e n z e n e . " - . "
; . 4-01 ch 1 o.r ob en z ene •
--• •
• Z.- 3 ' - D i c h l o r o b e n z i d i n e : . .
2. - - D i e h i o r o p h e n o l
< .10
< 10
< 10.
<: i o < 20
< 10
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
0 : e'tfiy"l p h t h a l a t e
Dimethyl Phthalate
4-Dimethyiphenol
-Methuluhenol
n i t;
'ropheno'l
4-L> i n i
c-C-ini T C t o l u e n e
-<--io-
-<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
:
r
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
_
f . — '.j 1
< 10
io
< 50
-•; 50
10
D-841
Table I 1 - 2 .
Continued
MW->B
CLIENT SAMPLE I D :
Laucks
Result
MMES
Result
COMPOUNDS ( ug/L.)
2-4-Dinitrotoluene
1, 2-D i p h e n y 1 h y d r_ a z i n e
b i3(2-EthyIhexyl)Phthalate
Fiuoranthene
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
<
<
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
10
10
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
<i
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
. •
Indeno(.L 2. 3-c d )jPy r ene
["sop h or one ' '
2--We-th-y-l-naiJ-h-t h-a 1-en e
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
<—1-0
<i
<i
<i
4-Methyipheno1
2-Methylphenol
!\i-Mi t r o s o - D i — n - P r o p y l a m i n e
N-Nltrosodimethylamine
K r . N i t r o s o d i p h eny l a m i n e
N.JO nth a 1 ene '
•c 10
< 10
2 - W.v.t-raan.Ll i n e ... .
4-Ni.troan L 1 ine . . .
3- N.i tro.a.n i l i n e - _ . - r; i tr.ob.enz ene
f-Ni.trophenol
2. -N i t r a p h e n.o 1„ .... _ ,.
< 50< 50
< 50
P in.ta c h l or.op h.eno.1... - .
Phenanthrene
Fr. <?.n c L ' '. '. ..
P'u.r-.e.n.e.
- _
1 .T2."4-.Tr i c h l o r o b e n z e n e
2-. .4. ^-^T_r j. c h.l ox pj).he.no .1....
< 50
<. 10<' 10-
:
?
;
<i
- -<i
<: i o
<L 5
10
10
-
:
<1
"cl
:
••: io-
<: so< 10;
<:• i o
< ib"
.< 5_0_
io
2 • 4. •*>.-!" r i c h l o r o p h e n o l
D-842
<i
<i
<i
<i
'<i
<1
<l
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<1
<i
<i
<i
<1
Table I I - 3 .
Results of a n a l y s i s f o r v o l a t i l e organic compounds
i n a sediment sample c o l l e c t e d at the Martin
M a r i e t t a Reduction F a c i l i t y , The Dalles, Oregon
and analyzed by Laucks Testing Labs.
CLIENT SAMPLE ID:
MMES
- Result
DCEG
Laucks
Result
COMPOUND (Ug/kc
acrolein
<S0
<25
acrylonitrile
<50
<25
benzene
<2S
<5
bromodichloromethane
<25
<S
bromomethane
<25
<5
bromoform
<25
<5
carbon t e t r a c h l o r i d e
<25
<5
chlorobenzene
<2S
<5
chloroethane
<25
<5
chloroform'' "• —•
• <25
" <5
<25'
<S
<S0
<S
chloromethane
2-chloroethylvinvl
ether
"<25
<s
'<25
<5
1,1-dichloroethane
<2S
<S
1,2-dichloroethane
<25
<5
1,1-dichloroethylene
<25
<5
1,2-dichloroprooane
<2S
<5
ethylbenzene
<25
<5
methylene c h l o r i d e
<25
<5
1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane
<2S
<5
tetrachloroethylene
<2S
<5
toluene
<25
trans-1,2-dichloroethylene
<2S
<5
tran3-l,3-dichloroethane
<25
<S
1,1,1-trichloroethane
<2S
<5
1,1,2-trichloroethane
<25
<S
trichloroethylene
<25
<S
vinyl
<10
<s
cis-1,J-dichloropropene
d i bromochloromethane
chloride
100
•
.
•
:
•
.
•
•
:
—
'
—
.
.
.
.;. . • . • .. .:
cis -1,' 2-dichioroethyi,«.nej A
<25
NA - Not analyzed
..-
D-8 4 3
' NA
1
COMPUCHEM FIELD SPLIT SAMPLE COMPARISON
D-844
558/8a
FIELD SPLITS COMPARISON
Martin M a r i e t t a - The Dalles
Q u a l i t y Assurance Review
S o i l and Surface Water
Samples C o l l e c t e d June-August 1987
Samples:
Matrix:
LRASC
Compuchem
mg/kg
Parameter
units
T. Cyanide
6.9
F. Cyanide
0.85
Soil
Versar
mg/kg
RPD
<10
NC
0.66
25. 2
Fluoride
2080
2300
10. 0
Sulfate
650
<510
24. 1
11,700
10,500
10. 8
Sodium
<10
4.4
Arsenic
EP Tox. Metals:
Units
NC
ug/L
ug/L
Arsenic
58
<200
NC
Barium
112
<200
NC
Cadmium
BDL
<50
NC
Chromium
32
<50
NC
BDL
<200
NC
Lead
<0.30
.29
Mercury
NC
Selenium
BDL
<200
NC
Silver
BDL
<50
NC
Conclusion:
RPD's are c o n s i s t a n t with the QAPP. The data i s
acceptable f o r c l a s s i f i c a t i o n to any l e v e l .
D-845
558/8b
FIELD SPLITS COMPARISON
Sample:
CWASGS
Parameter
units:
T. Cyanide
F. Cyanide
Compuchem
mg/kg
Versar
mg/kg
OCWPSC-C
units:
T. Cyanide
F. Cyanide
20
18
9.6
4.8
5,740
Sodium
Sodium
S o i l (Grab)
650
Fluoride
Sample:
Matrix:
Matrix:
10 .5
66 .6
1,170
57 .1
6,630
14 .4
s o i l (composite)
mg/kg
mg/kg
19
16
J 5.2*
8.6
14,800
RPD
10,900
Matrix spikes were low.
D-846
•
Versar
Lab Duplicate
17 .1
NC
18.9
J 4.9*
558/8c
FIELD SPLITS
COMPARISON
Organics Analyses
Base/Neutral Extractables
Matrix:
Sample ID:
Phase
2916
Laboratory
Versar
Soil
Units:
mg/kg
S o i l Rep. 2
2917
Versar
Phase
138511
Compuchem
Compounds:
34,000 J
Acenaphthene
114,000
91,300
Benzo(a) A n t h r a c e n e
989,000
820,000
290,000
Benzo(a) Pyrene
778,000
585,000
290,000
Benzo (6 + k)
Fiuoranthene
1.8 E + 06
1.5 E + 06
J90,000
Benzo (g/h)
Perylene
466,000
700,000
220,000
Chrysene
872,000
815,000
360,000
Dibenzene (a,h, )
Anthracene
274,000
451,000
100,000
Fluoroanthene
1.6 E + 06
1.2 E + 06
340,000
Indeno (1,2,3-cd)
Pyrene
559,000
444,000
200,000
Phenanthrene
696,000
553,000
220,000
Pyrene
893,000
783,000
440,000
BDL A l l O t h e r s at
50,000 + D e t e c t i o n L i m i t
6,000
6,500
14,000
24,000
21,000
26,000
Naphthalene
2 M e t h y l Naphthalene
Dibenzofuran
Fluorene
Pentachlorophenol
Anthracene
D-847
J
J
J
J
J
558/8d
FIELD SPLITS COMPARISON
Sample:
Units:
LDAWGS
ug/L
Parameter
Sample
Compuchem
Versar
Resampling
Compuchem
Versar
T. C y a n i d e
33,000
Not T e s t e d 1/
373,000
F. C y a n i d e
5,900
Not T e s t e d 1/
34,200
Fluoride
7,800
7,620
V
H o l d i n g t i m e , e x c e e d e d ; sample
D-848
6,880
recollected.
558/20a
VERSAR - COMPUCHEM
FIELD SPLIT COMPARISON
GROUND-WATER ANALYSIS
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1987
Versar
Compuchem
RPD
Versar
RPD
Compuchem
%
%
Sample
ID No.
MWR-6B
3315
Sodium (T)
Cyanide, F
Cyanide, T
Fluoride
Sulfate
25/100
51
1, 120
<1.0
73
Sample
ID No.
MW-17S
3331
Sodium, (T) 31,400
27
Cyanide, F
549
Cyanide, T
<1.0
Fluoride
1,130*
Sulfate
Sample
ID No.
MW-23S
3535
Sodium, (T) 18,800
15
Cyanide, F
180
Cyanide, T.
<1.0
Fluoride
16
Sulfate
Sample
ID. No.
MWR-7A
3484
Sodium (T)
Cyanide, F
Cyanide, T
Fluoride
Sulfate
29,000
99
803
<1.0
28
MW-14B
3330
143703
22,000
79
830
.38
83
13.1
43.0
29.7
NC
12.8
24,800
41
641
<1.0
72
MW-19S
3332
143904
26,000
18
530
.46
110
18.8
40
3.5
NC
NC
143903
21,000
44
670
.39
79
16.6
7.0
4.4
NC
9.3
143905
246,000
<10
<10
4.8
1,171
200,000
<10
<10
5. 1
1,300
20.6
0
0
6.0
NC
LDAWG - Repeat
144114
144486
15,000
22
220
.28
25
22.4
38.0
20.0
NC
43.9
MWR-20A
3486
145125
26,000
46
760
.67
29
-
10.9
73. 1
5.5
NC
3.5
D-849
38,400
<10
<10
<1.0
27
73.5 x 10
11,000
45,000
7,900
120,000
6
145127
30,000
<10
<10
.64
31
24.6
0
0
NC
13.8
Table Continued.
Versar
•
Compuchem
Sample
ID. No.
Rec. Well
3529
145129
Sodium (T)
Cyanide, F
Cyanide, T
Fluoride
Sulfate
40,000
<10
10
31,000
<10
10
33
22
Sample
ID. No.
MW-15B
3587
146310
Sodium
Cyanide, F
Cyanide, T
Fluoride
Sulfate
23,800
95
802
<1.0
88
Sample
ID. No.
MW-4B
3623
Sodium
Cyanide, F
Cyanide, T
Fluoride
Sulfate
33,900
<10
<10
<1.0
54
Sample
ID. No.
MW-16B
3673
149036
Sodium
Cyanide, F
Cyanide, T
Fluoride
Sulfate
25,100
15
260
1.4
21
26,000
21
280
1.8
21
,<i.o
RPD
Versar
MW-26A
3571
.84
21,000
17
900
•
.38
92
25.3
0
0
NC
.74
•
53
RPD
146308
64,000
15
300
•
.62
75
4.5
50
3.9
NC
0
Chenowith #1
3620
147111
12.5
139.2
11. 5
NC
4.4
47,400
<10
<10
<1.0
40
MWR-2A
3632
147112
19,000
<10
20
61,200
25
312
<1.0
75
Compuchem
56.3
0
NC
NC
0
31,700
38
608
<10
91
MW-33B
3687
3.5
33
7.4
25
0
D-850
43,200
85
1, 500
<1.0
71
41,000
<10
<10
«
.93
52
14.5
0
0
NC
26.0
147190
32,000
26
650
•
.61
54
0.9
37.5
6.7
NC
51.0
149033
22,000
85
2,200
•
.20
146
65.0
0
37.8
NC
69.1
558/21
AVERAGE RPD FOR EACH METHOD
BETWEEN VERSAR AND COMPUCHEM
Parameter
Method
Average RPD
Sodium
200.7
20.6
Cyanide, Free
412.H
30.7
Cyanide, T o t a l
335.2 Mod CLP
8.7
Fluoride
340.2
NC
a l l BDL
Sulfate
375.3
Turbidimetric
19.5
Conclusion:
The F i e l d S p l i t data supports the Data
V a l i d a t i o n of the primary laboratory.
D-851
SECTION FOUR
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION FOR THE REMEDIAL INVESTIGATION
REPORT FOR THE MARTIN MARIETTA REDUCTION FACILITY,
THE DALLES, OREGON
D-852
A ^GERAGHTY
MILLER, INC.
Ground- Water Consultants
Our 30""year
February 9,
536/40
Mr. R a l e i g h Farlow
U.S. Environmental P r o t e c t i o n
Region 10
1200 S i x t h Avenue
S e a t t l e , WA 98101
RE:
1988
Agency
S u p p o r t Documentation f o r the Remedial I n v e s t i g a t i o n
R e p o r t f o r the M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Reduction F a c i l i t y , The
D a l l e s , Oregon.
Dear Mr. F a r l o w :
Enclosed please f i n d
the support documentation you
r e q u e s t e d f o r the Remedial I n v e s t i g a t i o n a t the M a r t i n
Marietta
Reduction F a c i l i t y ,
The D a l l e s , Oregon.
This
information
i s contained within
t h r e e document packages
i d e n t i f i e d as Items I , I I , and I I I . A t a b l e i t e m i z i n g the
material
contained
i n each i s a l s o p r o v i d e d f o r your
information.
I f you have any q u e s t i o n s , p l e a s e f e e l f r e e t o c a l l me
a t my o f f i c e a t (813) 961-1921. I look forward t o r e c e i v i n g
y o u r a p p r o v a l o f t h e i n f o r m a t i o n so t h a t I may f i n a l i z e the
Q u a l i t y Assurance Summary (Appendix D) o f the F i n a l Remedial
I n v e s t i g a t i o n Report.
Sincerely,
GERAGHTY & MILLER, INC.
C h a r l e s W. Ankerberg
Senior S c i e n t i s t
CWA:It
enc.
D-853
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622/2
MARTIN MARIETTA ALUMINUM - THE DALLES
Item I
Item I I
Item I I I
L e t t e r from Douglas J . Mclnnes, P r o j e c t Manager
( V e r s a r ) January 18, 1988 t o C. Warren A n k e r b e r g ,
C o n t a i n i n g the F o l l o w i n g :
o
D i s c u s s i o n of Q u a n t i t a t i o n Limmit D e t e r m i n a t i o n
( O r g a n i c and I n o r g a n i c )
o
T a b l e 1 - V o l a t i l e Organic Compound L i m i t
o
T a b l e 2 - Base, N e u t r a l , and A c i d
Compound Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t Data
o
Table
3 - M e t a l s and
Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t Data
Inorganic
Data
Extractable
Compounds
L e t t e r from Joe A r l a u s k a s , Manager A n a l y t i c a l
C h e m i s t r y S e r v i c e s ( V e r s a r ) January 15, 1988 t o C.
Warren A n k e r b e r g , C o n t a i n i n g the F o l l o w i n g :
o
Section
I:
Summary
of
Detection
D e t e r m i n a t i o n ( O r g a n i c s and I n o r g a n i c s )
Limit
o
S e c t i o n I I : R e v i s e d R e p o r t T a b l e s B-54 and
B-55 showing ICVS and CCVS f o r T o t a l and Free
Cyanide.
o
Section III:
Copies o f D e t e c t i o n L i m i t Tables
f o r O r g a n i c s w i t h o u t the " l e s s than" s i g n .
o
S e c t i o n IV:
o
S e c t i o n V:
o
Section VI:
Iron r e s u l t s
I n t e r f e r e n c e Study.
Source o f Independent QC Samples.
Source o f Independent QC S t a n d a r d .
f o r Cyanide
Matrix
L e t t e r from Douglas J . Mclnnes, P r o j e c t Manager
and Joe A r l a u s k a s ( V e r s a r ) October 22, 1987 t o C.
Warren A n k e r b e r g , C o n t a i n i n g the F o l l o w i n g :
o
R e p o r t e n t i t l e d " M a t r i x I n t e r f e r e n c e Study f o r
Free Cyanide S p i k e R e c o v e r i e s "
D-854
ITEM
D-855
I
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ESM Operations
CW. Ankerberg
Geraghty & M i l l e r Inc.
3820 Northdale Boulevard
Suite 200-B
Tampa, FL 33624
Dear Mr. Ankerberg,
Enclosed i s the information you requested f o r the Martin Marietta
Aluminum, The D a l l e s p r o j e c t .
Please c a l l me i f there are any questions
information.
or
further
need of
Sincerely,
Douglas J . Mclnnes
P r o j e c t Manager
D JM/
cc:
J . Arlauskas
F i l e (The D a l l e s P r o j e c t )
D-856
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Contents of Information Request Package
for Geraghty and M i l l e r , Inc., Tampa FL
Project:
Martin M a r i e t t a Aluminum
The Dalles
Discussion of Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t Determination
(Organic and Inorganic)
Table 1
-
V o l a t i l e Organic Compound
Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t Data
Table 2
-
Base, N e u t r a l , and Acid E x t r a c t a b l e
Compound Quantitation L i m i t Data
Table 3
-
Metals and Inorganic Compounds
Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t Data
D-857
D i s c u s s i o n of Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t
Determination
V o l a t i l e O r g a n i c Compounds
(see Table 1)
The data
i n T a b l e 1 come from S e c t i o n I , Table 1 (cont) as
p r e s e n t e d i n the
Information
Request Package set by Joe
Arlauskas
to CW.
Ankerberg on 15 January 1988, w i t h the
a d d i t i o n of the l e v e l
of q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) data presented
i n the
report e n t i t l e d
" M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Aluminum Reduction
P l a n t , The
D a l l e s , Oregon, Task Order f o r
Laboratory
S e r v i c e s (No.
87-ETMF-00210:
A n a l y t i c a l Data f o r S o i l and
Aqueous Samples C o l l e c t e d Between 22 and
26 June and on 2
August 1987."
For a l l compounds f o r which there i s a C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y
Program C o n t r a c t
R e q u i r e d Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t (CLP-CRQL) our
reported
L e v e l of Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ)
i s equal
to or l e s s
than the CLP-CRQL.
There are
s e v e r a l compounds t h a t have no CLP-CRQL t h a t were
a n a l y t e s of i n t e r e s t f o r t h i s program. ' The LOQ f o r these
compounds have been s e t between 3 to 10 times the average
s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n d e t e r m i n e d by the d e t e c t i o n l e v e l study,
w i t h the
exception
of T r i c h l o r o f l u o r o m e t h a n e .
For t h i s
compound 10
times
the average standard
deviation i s 3
whereas the r e p o r t e d LOQ i s 5. T h i s number has been rounded
up to a l l o w e a s i e r p r e p a r a t i o n of standards.
For the
i s o m e r s of 1,2-Dichloroethene the LOQ
a t the CLP-CRQL f o r t o t a l - 1 , 2 - D i c h l o r o e t h e n e .
has been set
Base N e u t r a l and A c i d E x t r a c t a b l e Compounds
(see Table 2)
The d a t a
i n T a b l e 2 come from S e c t i o n I , Tables 2 and 3 as
p r e s e n t e d i n the
Information
Request Package set by Joe
Arlauskas
to CW.
Ankerberg on 15 January 1988, w i t h the
a d d i t i o n of the l e v e l
of q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) data presented
i n the
report e n t i t l e d
" M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Aluminum Reduction
P l a n t , The
D a l l e s , Oregon, Task Order f o r
Laboratory
S e r v i c e s (No.
87-ETMF-00210:
A n a l y t i c a l Data f o r S o i l and
Aqueous Samples C o l l e c t e d Between 22 and
26 June and on 2
August 1987."
For a l l compounds f o r which there i s a C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y
Program C o n t r a c t
R e q u i r e d Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t (CLP-CRQL) our
reported
L e v e l of Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) i s the same.
D-858
Base N e u t r a l and A c i d E x t r a c t a b l e Compounds ( c o n t )
(see Table 2)
There are s e v e r a l compounds t h a t have no CLP-CRQL t h a t were
a n a l y t e s of i n t e r e s t f o r t h i s program.
The LOQ f o r these
compounds have been s e t between 3 to 10 times the average
s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n determined by the d e t e c t i o n l e v e l s t u d y .
For B e n z i d i n e t h e r e i s no c u r r e n t CLP-CRQL.
We have
reported a q u a n t i t a t i o n l i m i t
of 80 //g/L based on the CLPCRDL ( C o n t r a c t R e q u i r e d D e t e c t i o n L i m i t ) f o r B e n z i d i n e from
pre-1985 r e v i s i o n s of CLP.
M e t a l s and I n o r g a n i c Compounds
(see Table 3)
The d a t a i n T a b l e 3 come from S e c t i o n I ; Table 4, Attachment
1, and Attachment 2 as p r e s e n t e d i n the I n f o r m a t i o n Request
Package s e t by Joe A r l a u s k a s t o CW. Ankerberg on 15 January
1988, w i t h the a d d i t i o n of the l e v e l of q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ)
data presented
i n the r e p o r t e n t i t l e d
"Martin Marietta
Aluminum R e d u c t i o n
P l a n t , The
D a l l e s , Oregon, Task Order
f o r L a b o r a t o r y S e r v i c e s (No. 87-ETMF-00210: A n a l y t i c a l Data
for S o i l
and Aqueous Samples C o l l e c t e d Between 22 and 26
June and on 2 August 1987."
For a l l compounds f o r which t h e r e i s a C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y
Program C o n t r a c t R e q u i r e d Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t (CLP-CRQL) our
r e p o r t e d L e v e l of Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ)
i s equal t o or l e s s
than the CLP-CRQL.
There are s e v e r a l compounds t h a t have no CLP-CRQL t h a t were
a n a l y t e s of i n t e r e s t f o r t h i s program.
The LOQ f o r these
compounds have been s e t below the USEPA d r i n k i n g water
s t a n d a r d s when a v a i l a b l e .
In p a r t i c u l a r F l u o r i d e , S u l f a t e ,
C h l o r i d e , Carbonate,
and
B i c a r b o n a t e have no CLP-CRQL
available.
1 - Fluoride
The d e t e c t i o n l i m i t s t u d y performed f o r f l u o r i d e shows
an average s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n of 0.05 mg/L.
I f the LOQ
were t o be 3 t o 10 times the average s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n
then the LOQ would be s e t a t 0.5 mg/L.
The r e p o r t e d
LOQ f o r f l u o r i d e of 1.0 mg/L has been s e t based on the
l o w e s t s t a n d a r d p r e p a r e d f o r the a n a l y s i s . The v a l u e
of 1.0
mg/L was
chosen f o r a lower s t a n d a r d based on
routine c a l i b r a t i o n s
i n the p a s t and
as a c o n v e n i e n t
whole number.
D-859
M e t a l s and I n o r g a n i c Compounds (cont)
(see Table 3)
Fluoride
(cont)
The r e p o r t e d LOQ o f 1.0 mg/L
i s lower than the USEPA
D r i n k i n g Water Standard o f 4 mg/L. In order t o exceed
t h i s more s t r i n g e n t
r e g u l a t o r y l i m i t a sample would
have been measured q u a n t i t a t i v e l y i n the r e p o r t of
a n a l y t i c a l r e s u l t s mentioned i n t h i s s e c t i o n .
2 - Sulfate
The d e t e c t i o n l i m i t s t u d y performed f o r s u l f a t e shows
an average s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n o f 0.07 mg/L. I f the LOQ
were t o be 3 t o 10 times the average standard d e v i a t i o n
then the LOQ would be s e t a t 0.7 mg/L. The r e p o r t e d
LOQ f o r s u l f a t e o f 5 mg/L has been s e t based on the
l o w e s t s t a n d a r d p r e p a r e d f o r the a n a l y s i s . The v a l u e
of 5 mg/L was chosen f o r a lower standard based on
method 375.4 6.3.2 (EPA-600/4-79-020) .
The
r e p o r t e d LOQ o f 5 mg/L i s lower than the USEPA
D r i n k i n g Water Standard
o f 250 mg/L.
In order to
exceed
t h i s more s t r i n g e n t r e g u l a t o r y l i m i t a sample
would have been measured q u a n t i t a t i v e l y i n the r e p o r t
of a n a l y t i c a l r e s u l t s mentioned i n t h i s s e c t i o n .
3 - Chloride
C h l o r i d e was determined by method 325.3 (EPA-600/4-79020), a t i t r i m e t r i c method. The l i m i t of q u a n t i t a t i o n
f o r such
an a n a l y s i s
i s based on the t i t r a t i o n of a
laboratory
blank,
and
can
vary
with
titrant
c o n c e n t r a t i o n and s i z e o f sample a l i q u o t t i t r a t e d .
The r e p o r t e d LOQ o f 1.1 mg/L i s lower than the USEPA
D r i n k i n g Water Standard
o f 250 mg/L.
In order t o
exceed
t h i s more s t r i n g e n t r e g u l a t o r y l i m i t a sample
would have been measured q u a n t i t a t i v e l y i n the r e p o r t
of a n a l y t i c a l r e s u l t s mentioned i n t h i s s e c t i o n .
4 - Carbonate and B i c a r b o n a t e
Carbonate and b i c a r b o n a t e were determined by method 403
( S t a n d a r d Methods, 1 6 t h E d . ) , a t i t r i m e t r i c method.
The l i m i t o f q u a n t i t a t i o n f o r such an a n a l y s i s i s based
on the t i t r a t i o n o f a l a b o r a t o r y b l a n k , and can v a r y
with t i t r a n t
c o n c e n t r a t i o n and s i z e of sample a l i q u o t
titrated.
There i s no USEPA D r i n k i n g Water Standard t o compare
w i t h the LOQ r e p o r t e d i n the r e p o r t of a n a l y t i c a l
r e s u l t s mentioned i n t h i s s e c t i o n .
D-860
TABLE 1
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
LOD
3s(b)
LCL
(c)
3 .33
2 .38
0 .13
.20
0 .20
9 .99
7 .14
0 .40
0 .59
0 .59
6 .7
4 .8
0 .26
0 .39
0 .40
23
16
0 .28
1 .3
1 .4
10
10
5
5
5
(g)
(g)
5
5
5
Bromomethane
0 .44
Carbon T e t r a c h l o r i d e O .21
Chlorobenzene
0 .08
Chloroethane
0 .49
1 .39
0 .62
0 .23
1 46
0 .89
0 .42
0 .16
0 .97
3 .1
1 .4
0 .54
3 .3
5
5
5
5
10
5
5
10
0 .29
0 .10
0 .25
0 87
0 29
0 75
0 .58
0 20
0 .50
2 .0
0 .67
1 .7
10
5
5
0 11
0 .13
0 13
0 33
0 40
0 38
0 22
0 27
0 26
0 .77
0 .93
0 .83
5
5
5
5
5
5
0 21
0 19
0 62
0 56
0 42
0 37
1 .4
1 3
5
5 '
5
5
0 22
0 67
0 45
1 5
5
5
0 16
0 16
0 47
0 48
0 32
0 32
1 1
1 1
5
5
5
5
0 14
0. 42
0 28
0 .98
5
5
0 23
0. 24
0. 19
0. 74
0. 72
0. 57
0 50
0. 48
0. 38
1 7
1 7
1 3
5
5
5
5
5
5
0. 22
0. 65
0. 44
1 5
5
5
0. 15
0. 26
0. 45
0. 77
0. 30
0. 52
1 0
1 8
5
5
5
5
0. 30
0. 31
0. 89
0. 94
0. 19
0. 63
0 66
2 2
5
1
(g)
10
Compound
Acrolein
Acrylonitrile
Benzene
Bromodichloromethane0
Bromoform
2-Chloroethylvinylether
Chloroform
Chloromethane
Diboromochloromethane
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichloroethene
1,2-Dichloropropane
trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
cis-1,3-Dichoropropene
Ethylbenzene
Methylene C h l o r i d e
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethene
Toluene
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Trichloroethene
Trichlorofluoromethane
Vinyl Chloride
s(a)
D-861
UCL
(d)
LOQ
Rep.(e)
CLP
CRQL (
(g)
5
10
TABLE 1
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(continued)
Compound
LOD
s ( a ) 3s(b)
total-1.2-Dichloroethene
0.21
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene
trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
0.63
LCL
(c)
0.42
UCL
(d)
1.5
LOQ
Rep.(e)
(h)
CLP
CRQL(f)
5
5
(i)
5
(i)
s - average s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n from d e t e c t i o n l e v e l study
LOD - l e v e l o f d e t e c t i o n = 3s
LCL - lower c o n f i d e n c e l i m i t from S e c t i o n I Table l ( c o n t . )
as i n c l u d e d i n an I n f o r m a t i o n Request Package sent by Joe
A r l a u s k a s t o CW. A n k e r b e r g on 15 January 1988.
UCL - upper c o n f i d e n c e l i m i t from the same document noted i n
footnote ( c ) .
LOQ Rep. - l e v e l
o f q u a n t i t a t i o n presented i n t h e r e p o r t
e n t i t l e d " M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Aluminum Reduction P l a n t , The
D a l l e s , Oregon , Task Order f o r L a b o r a t o r y S e r v i c e s (No.
901-999-701)
( C o n t r a c t No. 87-ETMF-0021): A n a l y t i c a l Data
f o r S o i l and Aqueous Samples C o l l e c t e d Between 22 and 26
June and on 2 August 1987."
CLP CRQL - C o n t r a c t
L a b o r a t o r y Program, c o n t r a c t r e q u i r e d
q u a n t i t a t i o n l i m i t s from USEPA SOW 10/86, Rev. 7/87.
CLP CRQL's a r e n o t a v a i l a b l e f o r these compounds
Analysis for this
parameter was n o t requested
for this
project
Since
the q u a n t i t a t i o n l e v e l f o r total-1,2-Dichloroethene
has been s e t a t 5//g/L, matching t h e CLP-CRQL we have s e t the
q u a n t i t a t i o n l e v e l f o r each o f the isomers ( c i s - 1 , 2 Dichloroethene
and t r a n s - 1 , 2 - D i c h l o r o e t h e n e )
a t 5 //g/L.
I f a sample s h o u l d
be measured p o s i t i v e
for total-1,2D i c h l o r o e t h e n e another
p o r t i o n o f the sample i s determined
by c a p i l l a r y
GC w i t h a H a l l d e t e c t o r . The r e s u l t s o f t h i s
d e t e r m i n a t i o n a r e r e p o r t e d w i t h t h e GC/MS d a t a .
D-862
TABLE 2
BASE, NEUTRAL, AND ACID EXTRACTABLE COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(continued)
BN/A COMPOUND
/ v
IDL
(b)
SD
CLP CRQL
(c)
(d)
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
2,4-Dichlorophenol
Diethylphthalate
Dimethylphthalate
2,4-Dimethylphenol
4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphenol
5.9
4.5
5.6
3.39
1.9
22
1.95
1.52
1.86
1.13
0.64
7.26
20
10
10
10
10
50
20
10
10
10
10
50
1967
1500
1867
1130
633
7333
3330
1670
1670
1670
1670
8080
2,4-Dinitrophenol
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine
bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate
Fiuoranthene
39
15
10
13.1
4.93
3.48
3.0
2.3
1.00
0.78
50
10
10
NA
10
10
13,000
50
15(i) 5000
3333
10
—
10
1000
10
767
10
8080
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)Pyrene
3.8
3.3
0.75
17
3.6
8.1
1.26
1.09
0.25
5.66
1.21
2.71
10
10
10
10
10
NA(g)
10
10
10
17(i)
10
10
1267
1100
250
5667
1200
2700
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Isophorone
N-Ni troso-Di-n-Prbpylamine
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
N-Nitrosodiphenylamine
4.3
5.0
2.4
19
1.42
1.67
0.81
6.23
10
10
NA
10
1433
10
1667
10
800
5.0
19 ( i ) 6333
1670
1670
1670
1670
V
REPT LOQ CALC LOQ REPT LOQ
WATER (e) SOIL (h) SOIL (j )
(ug/L)
(ug/Kg) (ug/Kg)
TABLE 2
BASE, NEUTRAL, AND ACIDE EXTREACTABLE COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
BN/A COMPOUND
(a)
IDL
(b)
SD
CLP CRQL
(c)
(d)
REPT LOQ
WATER (e)
(ug/L)
CALC LOQ
SOIL (h)
(ug/Kg)
Acenaphthalene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzo(a) Anthracene
Benzo(a)Pyrene
1.18
0.51
0.71
50.'
2.8
1.2
0.40
0.17
0.24
16.7
0.92
0.41
10
10
10
(f)
10
10
10
10
10
80
10
10
Benzo(b)fluoranthenes
Benzo (k) fluo ran thenes
Benzo(g,h,i)Pe rylene
4-Bromophenyl-phenylether
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
bi s(2-Chlo roe thoxy)Methane
3.4
8.6
7.1
3.3
4.4
17
2.5
1 .14
2.88
2.36
1 .10
1 .4
1 .94
0.82
10
10
NA(g)
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
17(1)
10
1133
2867
2367 .
1100
1467
5667
833
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
bis(2-Chloroethyl)Ether
bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Chlorophenol
4-Chlorophenyl-phenylether
Chrysene
2.0
1.1
0.77
3.0
3.0
3.4
0.68
0.36
0.26
0.99
1 .00
1 .12
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
667
367
257
1000
1000
1133
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Di-N-Butlyphthalate
Di-N-Octylphthalate
Dibenz(a,h)Anthracene
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1.5
1.8
9.6
0.54
0.88
0.55
0.49
0.61
3 .21
0.18
0.29
0.18
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
500
600
3200
180
293
183
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
393
170
237
16,666
933
400
REPT LOQ
SOIL ( j )
(ug/Kg)
1670
1670
1670
3030
1670
1670
TABLE 2
BASE, NEUTRAL, AND ACID EXTRACTABLE COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(continued)
BN/A COMPOUND
(a)
IDL
(b)
SD
CLP CRQL
(c)
(d)
REPT LOQ CALC LOQ REPT LOQ
WATER (e) SOIL (h) SOIL ( j )
(ug/L)
(ug/Kg) (ug/Kg)
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
1.6
2.8
0.54
0.92
10
10
10
10
533
933
1670
1670
4-Nitrophenol
2-Nitrophenol
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Pyrene
26
5.2
17
0.91
4.9
1.8
8.81
1 .73
5 .63
0.30
1 .62
0.60
50
10
50
10
10
10
50
10
50
10
10
10
8666
1733
5667
303
1633
600
8080
1670
8080
1670
1670
1670
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
0.81
2.2
0.27
0.74
10
10
10
10
270
733
1670
1670
622/5
TABLE 2.
BASE, NEUTRAL, AND ACID EXTRACTABLE COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(FOOTNOTES)
(a)
BN/A
(b)
IDL - Instrument
(c)
SD - A v e r a g e s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n of t h r e e a n a l y s e s as p r e s e n t e d i n S e c t i o n I , Table 2 of an
I n f o r m a t i o n Request Package sent by Joe A r l a u s k a s t o CW.
Ankerberg on 15 January 1988.
(d)
CLP CRQL - C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program C o n t r a c t R e q u i r e d Q u a n t i t a t i o n L i m i t .
(e)
Reported LOQ - L e v e l of q u a n t i t a t i o n p r e s e n t e d i n the r e p o r t e n t i t l e d " M a r t i n M a r i e t t a
Aluminum R e d u c t i o n P l a n t , The D a l l e s , Oregon, Task Order f o r L a b o r a t o r y S e r v i c e s (No.
901-999-701) ( C o n t r a c t No. 87-ETMF-0021 ) :
A n a l y t i c a l Data f o r S o i l and Aqueous Samples
C o l l e c t e d Between 22 and 26 June and on 2 August 1987."
cr, ( f )
£
- Base N e u t r a l and A c i d e x t r a c t a b l e compounds.
D e t e c t i o n L i m i t = 3 x average s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n .
B e n z i d i n e i s no l o n g e r a CLP a n a l y t e of i n t e r e s t .
pre-1985 r e v i s i o n s of the CLP-SOW.
The
80 ug/L
quantitation limit
i s from
(g)
NA - Not A v a i l a b l e , t h e r e i s no CLP CRQL a v a i l a b l e f o r t h i s compound.
(h)
As c a l c u l a t e d u s i n g LOD f o r m u l a i n Item 2, l e t t e r dated January
( V e r s a r , I n c . ) , t o C. Ankerberg (Geraghty & M i l l e r , I n c . ) .
(i)
Reported
(j)
Represent the lowest v a l u e s r e p o r t e d f o r any of the s o i l samples. Note: Many samples were
r e p o r t e d a t h i g h e r v a l u e s due to m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s and as a r e s u l t of sample d i l u t i o n .
These v a l u e s are d e r i v e d from the c u r r e n t EPA CLP CRQLs. The Instrument D e t e c t i o n L i m i t
( I D L ) i s o b t a i n e d by m u l t i p l y i n g the CLP water CRQL by 500 because the CLP water a n a l y s i s
t a k e s 1 l i t e r t o a 2.0 ml f i n a l volume w h i c h i s a 500 f o l d c o n c e n t r a t i o n . F o r most
compounds, t h i s would r e s u l t i n an IDL of 5 ug/ml (PPM). These IDLs were c o n v e r t e d t o s o i l
s a m p l e LOQs by d i v i d i n g t h e IDL by t h e c o n c e n t r a t i o n f a c t o r .
In t h i s case, the
c o n c e n t r a t i o n f a c t o r i s 3 s i n c e 3 grams of s o i l was e x t r a c t e d and c o n c e n t r a t e d to 1.0 ml.
T h e r e f o r e , u s i n g 5 ug/ml (ppm) as the IDL f o r c a l c u l a t i n g s o i l LOQs would r e s u l t i n an LOQ
o f 1670 u g / k g . Note: The p r e v i o u s CLP requirement f o r each l a b o r a t o r y t o determine CRDLs
has been d e l e t e d from the most r e c e n t (1/87 r e v i s i o n ) Statement of Work (SOW).
as the r e s p e c t i v e CLP CRQL v a l u e , 10 ug/L,
15, 1988,
from J . A r l a u s k a s
f o r a l l samples.
TABLE 2
BASE, NEUTRAL, AND ACID EXTRACTABLE COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(continued)
(f)
(g)
B e n z i d i n e i s no l o n g e r a CLP a n a l y t e o f i n t e r e s t . The 80
//g/L q u a n t i t a t i o n
l i m i t i s from p're-1985 r e v i s i o n s o f the
CLP-SOW.
NA
Not A v a i l a b l e ,
t h e r e i s no CLP CRQL a v a i l a b l e f o r
t h i s compound
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TABLE 3
METALS AND INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
COMPOUND
NAME
T o t a l Cyanide
Free Cyanide
Fluoride
Sulfate
Chloride
Carbonate
Bicarbonate
Sodium
Calcium
Magnesium
Potassium
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
SD
(a)
IDL
(b)
0.00086 0.00258
0 .00086(e)0.00258
0.05
0.07
(g)
(g)
(g)
0 .073
0 .0077
0 .01541
0 .00676
CLP CRQL
(c)
REPORTED
LOQ (d)
0.010
0.010
0. 010 mg/L
0. 010 mg/L
0.15
0.21
4.0(f)
250 ( f )
250 ( f )
NA (h)
NA
0.219
0.023
0.046
0.203
5.000
5.000
5.000
5.000
1 mg/L
5 mg/L
1. 1 mg/L
10 mg/L
10 mg/L
1 .0
0 .50
0 .50
1 .0
mg/L
mg/L
mg/L
mg/L
SD
- Average s t a n d a r d d e v i a t i o n o f t h r e e a n a l y s e s as
p r e s e n t e d i n S e c t i o n I , Table 2 o f an I n f o r m a t i o n Request
Package sent by Joe A r l a u s k a s t o CW. Ankerberg
on 15
J a n u a r y 1988
IDL
- Instrument
D e t e c t i o n L i m i t = 3 x average standard
deviation
CLP CRQL C o n t r a c t L a b o r a t o r y Program C o n t r a c t Required
Quantitation Limit
Reported LOQ - L e v e l o f q u a n t i t a t i o n presented i n t h e r e p o r t
entitled
" M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Aluminum Reduction
P l a n t , The
D a l l e s , Oregon, Task Order f o r L a b o r a t o r y S e r v i c e s (No. 901999-701)
( C o n t r a c t No. 87-ETMF-0021): A n a l y t i c a l Data f o r
S o i l and Aqueous Samples C o l l e c t e d Between 22 and 26 June
and on 2 August 1987."
T o t a l and Free Cyanide a r e determined by the same technique
(335.2
CLP-M,
Manual S p e c t r o p h o t o m e t r i c
DeterminationO p t i o n B ) , so t h e same d e t e r m i n a t i o n f o r q u a n t i t a t i o n l e v e l
has been r e p o r t e d f o r both T o t a l and Free Cyanide
Since
t h e r e i s no CLP CRQL f o r t h i s compound the USEPA
D r i n k i n g Water S t a n d a r d has been l i s t e d .
These standards
can be found i n 40 CFR Ch. I (7-1-87 E d i t i o n ) page 530.
T h i s parameter i s determined
by t i t r a t i o n ,
and the
quantitation limit
i s s e t by t i t r a t i o n o f a l a b o r a t o r y
blank.
The q u a n t i t a t i o n l i m i t can v a r y depending on the
m o l a r i t y of the t i t r a n t
used and the amount o f sample
titrated.
NA
Not A v a i l a b l e ,
t h e r e i s no CLP CRQL a v a i l a b l e f o r
t h i s compound
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ESM Operations
15 January 1988
Mr. Charles Ankerberg
Geraghty & M i l l e r , Inc.
Northdale Executive Center
3820 Northdale B l v d . , Suite 200
Tampa, FL 33624
Dear Mr. Ankerberg,
Enclosed i s the information you requested f o r the Martin Marietta
Aluminum, The D a l l e s p r o j e c t .
Please c a l l Doug Mc Innes or Sam Hamner should you have any
questions since I w i l l be on vacation from January 18 thru 26.
Sincerely,
•Joe Arlauskas
Manager
A n a l y t i c a l Chemistry Services
JA/lm
cc:
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SECTION I
SUMMARY OF DETECTION LIMIT DETERMINATION
(ORGANICS AND INORGANICS)
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Contents of I n f o r m a t i o n Request Package
f o r Geraghty & M i l l e r , I n c . , Tampa, FL
Project:
M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Aluminum
The D a l l e s
Section I
Summary of D e t e c t i o n L i m i t D e t e r m i n a t i o n
( O r g a n i c s and I n o r g a n i c s )
T a b l e 1 - V o l a t i l e Organics Study
T a b l e 2 - S e m i v o l a t i l e s (BNS's) Study
T a b l e 3 - EPA-CLP CRDL f o r S e m i v o l a t i l e s
T a b l e 4 - Cyanide Study
T a b l e 5 - PCB Aqueous
T a b l e 6 - PCB S o i l
Table 7 - V o l a t i l e S o i l
Attachment 1 - Magnesium, Potassium, C a l c i u m ,
and Sodium Study
Attachment 2 - F l u o r i d e and S u l f a t e Study
Section I I :
Copies of D e t e c t i o n L i m i t Tables f o r O r g a n i c s
w i t h o u t the " l e s s than" s i g n .
Section I I I
Source of independent QC samples
*
EPA
CLP
Performance
E v a l u a t i o n sample
results for f u l l organics, volatiles organics,
and two i n o r g a n i c s a m p l e s .
Note: V e r s a r ,
I n c . , ESM was f o r m e r l y (before A p r i l 1, 1987)
c a l l e d M a r t i n M a r i e t t a E n v i r o n m e n t a l Systems.
*
S t a t e of F l o r i d a r e s u l t s f o r v o l a t i l e s ,
c y a n i d e , and m e t a l s .
* S t a t e of F l o r i d a C e r t i f i c a t i o n .
S e c t i o n IV:
Source of Independent QC Standard
T a b l e 1 - S o u r c e f o r BNA S t d and s p i k i n g
l e v e l s f o r d a t a shown i n A p p e n d i x C, pages
C-16
and
17 and C-26
and
27. i n the
29
September 87 r e p o r t .
T a b l e 2 - Source f o r a l k a l i n i t y and c h l o r i d e
shown i n T a b l e B-52 and B-53 i n Appendix B of
same r e p o r t l i s t e d f o r Table 1 above.
S e c t i o n V:
Iron results
Study.
f o r Cyanide
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Matrix Interference
FEB
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VERSAR, INC.,
Summary of
A.
ESM OPERATIONS
Detection Limit Determinations
Organics
I.
V o l a t i l e s (see
Table
1)
A. Water
Reagent water spiked and seven replicate measurements
performed on each GC/MS instrument (i.e. instruments B
& C).
Standard deviation(S) calculated and level of
detection (LOD) were determined as 3 x s (see Table 1).
Method detection limit (MDL) shown was calculated
according to EPA procedures in the Federal Register,
Vol 49, No 209, 26 October 1984 — "Appendix B to Part
136 - Definition and Procedure for the Determination of
the Method Detection Limit".
B. Soils
Soil detection limits were -calculated using the water
IDL values (which are the same as the LOD since this
method does not use an extraction and concentration
step), and are presented in Table 7.
Since the
determined IDL values (Table 7) are the same or lower
than the EPA CLP CRQL's, these IDL values were used in
the following expression to calculated soil LOD values:
LOD, soil in //g/kg =
IDL //g/L(Table 7) x (45ml/5g) (lg/lml)x std. purge vol.(ml) x
sample purge volume (ml)
1.0 L x
1000 gm
1000 gm
1.0 kg
Volatile analyses of soil samples were performed by
placing 45 ml in a clean VOA bottle and f i l l i n g with
water to a total volume of 45 ml (i.e., a dilution
factor of 45 ml/5 gm or 9.)
Filling the vial to
eliminate headspace prevents loss of soil volatiles
that would normally occur i f stored in the original
sample bottles.
The subsample is then shaken for one
hour and 5 mi's withdrawn for purgeable analysis. The
standard calibration curve is generated using 5 ml of
water as the std. purge volume and is analogous to the
final extract volume in the semivolatile equation.
Results are reported as wet weight.
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For example, for ethylbenzeneJ
LOD, soil in //g/kg 0.48 ug/L
(Table 7) x (45ml/5g) (lq/lml )x 5 ml x
1.0 L x
1000 gm
1000
175" kg
• 4.32 //g/kg
2.
Semivolatiles (BNA's see Table 2)
A.
Water - The instrument detection limits (which
correspond to our level of detection) were performed
according to the EPA CLP Statement of Work for Organic
Analysis 7/85
(Page A-4, Task VI,C).
Using standard
reference materials, three analyses of standards for
all components were measured at 3-5 times the Contract
Required Detection Limit concentration (see Table 3).
These analyses were performed using the CLP contract
instrumental conditions on standards in solvent. The
instrument detection limits ,or LOD (i.e.,
what are
now called "Contract Required Quantitation Limits" in
the 1987 EPA CLP SOW) were calculated as 3 x SD.
Assuming that a one liter sample volume was extracted
and concentrated to one milliliter (ml), the IDL's
reported in Table 2 correspond to ESM laboratory's
LOD's according to the equation below.
LOD, aqueous in //g/L IDL (//g/ml) x Final extr. vol (ml) x Dr
sample vol JTT
The LOD for any sample volume or extract can therefore
be determined using this equation.
B,
Solids (soils)
- Soil detection limits were
calculated using the water IDL (i.e. 3S) values from
Table 2 and are method specific.
For the Dalles
project 3 grams of soil were extracted and concentrated
to 1 ml for analyses. Therefore, to calculate soil
detection levels:
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LOD, soil in //g/kg (IDL (/jg/ml, from Table 2) x Final extr vol(ml)xDF x lOOOgm/kg
~~
sample weight (gm)3
For example, for n - Nitrosodimethylamine:
-
2.4 pg/ml 1 ml x 1000 gm/kg
3 gm
LOD soil - 800 //g/kg
NOTE:
For semivolatile compound detection limits the term
level of
quantitation corresponds to the EPA-CLP Contract
Required Quantitation Limits used in the 7/87 SOW
3. PCBs
a. water (see Table 5)
The instrument detection limits (which correspond to
our level of detection) were performed according to the
EPA CLP statement of Work for Organic Analysis 7/85
(Page A-4, Task VI,C).
Using standard reference
materials, seven replicate measurements were performed
on three non consecutive days for a l l components at 15
tiroes
the
Contract
Required Detection Limit
concentration (see
Table 5). These analyses were
performed
using
the
CLP
contract instrumental
conditions on standards in solvent.
The instrument
detection limits ,or LOD (i.e.,
what are now called
"Contract Required Quantitation Limits" in the 1987 EPA
CLP SOW) were calculated as 3 x SD.
For The Dalles project, a one l i t e r sample volume was
extracted and concentrated to two m i l l i l i t e r s (ml),
using the iDL's reported in Table 5 the LOD's were
calculated according to the equation below.
LOD, aqueous in //g/L IDL (/jg/ml
Table 5) x Final extr. vol (ml) x DF
sample vol (L)
The LOD for any sample volume or extract can therefore
be determined using this equation.
For example, for PCB
LOD
(//g/L) »
1254:
( 0.0094 go/ml) (2 ml)
1.0 L
0.0188 //g/L
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b. Soils (see Table 6.)
Soil detection limits were calculated using the water
IDL (i.e. 3s) values.
For The Dalles project 2 grams
of Boil were extracted and concentrated in 2 ml of
solvent.
The LOD values were calculated according to
the equation;
LOD, soil in yvg/kg (IDL (/yg/ml, from Table 6) x Final extr voKmPxPF x lOOOgm/kg
sample weight (gm)
For example, for PCB
1254;
( 0.0094 pg/nl) (2 ml)
2 . 0 gm
= 9.4 //g/kg
LOD, soil in //g/kg -
NOTE:
B.
x
1000 mg/kg
Since the Versar ESMO laboratory PCB detection levels
were the same or lower than EPA CLP values, the latter
were employed for this project.
Inorganics
1.
Metals
A.
Water
Detection limit calculation were performed according to the
EPA-CLP SOW 7/85 for Inorganics.
Briefly, 7 replicate
measurements were performed on three non-consecutive days
and the LOD or IDL calculated as 3 times the average
standard deviation.
See attachment 1 for magnesium,
calcium, potassium and sodium.
The general equation for determining a given elements
detection limit in water for a given method then 1st
LOD, water,//g/L •
calculated IDL (//g/L) x final digestate vol (L) x Diln.factor
Sample vol (L)
The final digestate volume and sample volume are both
0.1 liter.
The calculated IDL's are taken from the
detection limit determination data (attachment 1).
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B, Soils
Soil detection limits were calculated using
values shown below:
LOD,
the water IDL
soil, mg/kg •
water IDL (//g/L) x Final digestate vol (L) x Diln. factor
Sample wt (gm) x % sofia
IM
The final digestate volume and sample weight were 0.1 L and
1.0 gm, respectively and assumes a % solid of 100. The LOD,
however, would vary according to changes in % solid content.
2.
Non-metals
A.
Cyanide - total and free
Cyanide detection limits for water and soils were determined
using the procedures in the EPA-CLP SOW 7/85 for Inorganics.
Briefly, 7 replicate measurements were performed on three
non-consecutive days and the LOD calculated as 3 times the
average standard deviation (see Table 4).
The general
equation for
calculating detection limits
are:
For water samples:
CN, //g/L •
[Lowest CN calibration
distillate vol, 250 ml]
std,10 //g/L
x
Diln.
(Sample vol. distilled, 250
factor
x final
ml]
- 10 //g/L
Dilution of the distillate for colorization (if performed)
corresponds to the diln. factor
For soil samples:
CN, //g/kg [Lowest CN calibration std,
distillate vol, 250 ml]
10
//g/L
x
Diln.
[Sample wt (gm) x % solids x 1000
factor
x Final
ml/L]
The sample weight is 10 grams and the dilution factor
corresponds to dilution of the distillate for colorization,
if performed.
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B.
Miscellaneous parameters
Detection limit data for the following
included in attachment 2:
Paramete r
Method
Fluoride
Fluoride
Sulfate
300.0
340.2
300.0
P.°
parameters are
As described previously for soil samples, detection limits
were calculated using water LOD's and correcting for the
sample weight as specified by the method.
Summary discussion
The detection limits reported by Versar ESM Operation
Laboratory were determined and calculated in accordance with EPACLP protocols except for volatile organics where the MDL protocol
was employed (see section A. Organics). For the non-metal (i.e
fluoride and sulfate), non- CLP parameters, CLP detection limit
procedures were used as guidelines to determine detection limits.
for reporting purposes, the EPA-CLP detection limits were
used providing that the calculated detection limit values were
lowe r.
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TABLE 5
PCB (AQUEOUS)
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
PCB COMPOUND
SD
(//g/ml)
(b)
IDL
(//g/ml)
(c)
LOD
CLP CRDL
Ug/l) (//g/L)
(d)
(e)
REPORTED
(//g/L)
LOQ (£)
PCB 1016
0.0135
0.0405
0.081
0.50
PCB 1221
0.0044
0.0131
0.0262
0.50
0.50
PCB 1232
0.0084
0.0252
0.0502
0.50
0.50
PCB 1242
0.0032
0.0096
0.0192
0.50
0.50
PCB 1248
0.0042
0.0126
0.025
0.50
0.50
PCB 1254 •
0.0031
0.0093
0.0188
1.0
1.0
PCB 1260
0.0148
0.0444
0.0888
1.0
1.0
(a)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
0.50
PCB'S - Polychlorinated Biphenyl compounds
SD
- Average standard deviation of three analyses/ seven
replicates/analysis.
IDL - Instrument detection level, calculated as 3xSD
LOD - Level of Detection as calculated in Section I,A.3.a
CLP CRDL Contract Laboratory Program Contract Required
Detection Limit
Reported LOQ - Level of quantitation presented in the report
entitled "RESULTS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES COLLECTED
DURING 19-28 MARCH 1986 ACCORDING TO THE WORK PLAN OF THE
REMEDIAL INVESTIGATION AND FEASIBILITY STUDY AT THE MARTIN
MARIETTA REDUCTION FACILITY, THE DALLES, OREGON" 5 JUNE
1986, REVISED 3 DECEMBER 1986.
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TABLE 6
PCB (SOIL)
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
PCB COMPOUND
(a)
SD
(//g/ml)
(b)
IDL
(//g/ml)
(c)
LOD
CLP CRDL
(mg/kg) (mg/kg)
(d)
(e)
REPORTED
(mg/kg)
LOQ (f)
PCB 1016
0.0135
0.0405
0.0405
0.08
1.2
PCB 1221
0.0044
0.0131
0.0131
0.08
1.2
PCB 1232
0.0084
0.0252
0.0252
0.08
1.2
PCB 1242
0.0032
0.0096
0.0096
0.08
1.2
PCB 1248
0.0042
0.0126
. 0.0126 0.08
1.2
PCB 1254
0.0031
0.0093
0.0093
0.16
2.4
PCB 1260
0.0148
0.0444
0.0444
0.16
2.4
(a)
(b)
PCB'S - Polychlorinated Biphenyl compounds
SD
- Average standard deviation of three analyses, Beven
replicates/analysis.
(c)
IDL - instrument Detection Limit - 3 x average standard
deviation, based on aqueous detection limit study
(d) LOD - Level of Detection as calculated in Section i,A.3.b
(e)
CLP CRDL Contract Laboratory Program Contract Required
Detection Limit (SOW 7/85) for low soils.
(f) Reported LOQ - Level of quantitation presented in the report
entitled "RESULTS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES COLLECTED
DURING 19-28 MARCH 1986 ACCORDING TO THE WORK PLAN OF THE
REMEDIAL INVESTIGATION AND FEASIBILITY STUDY AT THE MARTIN
MARIETTA REDUCTION FACILITY, THE DALLES, OREGON" 5 JUNE
1986, REVISED 3 DECEMBER 1986. Values are 15 times the
respective CLP values since the sample was screened
according to CLP as a medium level soil
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TABLE 7
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(SOIL)
Compound
s(a)
IDL
(b)
//g/L
LOD
(c)
//g/kg
Acrolein
Acrylonitrlle
Benzene
Bromodichloromethane
Bromoform
3.33
2.38
0.13
0.20
0.20
9.99
7.14
0.40
0.59
0.59
89.9
64.3
3,6
5.3
5.3
90
90
45
45
45
(f)
(f)
5
5
5
Bromomethane
Carbon Tetrachloride
Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane
0.44
0.21
0.08
0.49
1.39
0.62
0.23
1.46
12.5
5.6
2.0
13.1
45
45
45
45
10
5
5
10
0.29
0.10
0.25
0.87
0.29
0.75
7.8
2.6
6.8
90
45
45
(f)
5
10
0.11
0.13
0.13
0.33
0.40
0.38
3.0
3.6
3.4
45
45
45 .
5
5
5
1,1-Dichloroethene
1,2-Dichloropropane
trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
cis-1,3-Dichoropropene
Ethylbenzene
0.21
0.19
0.62
0.56
5,6
5.0
45
45
5
5
0.22
0,67
6.0
45
5
0.16
0.16
0.47
0.48
4.2
4.3
45
45
5
5
Methylene Chloride
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethene
Toluene
0.14
0.42
3.7
90
5
0.23
0.24
0.19
0.74
0.72
0.57
6.7
6.5
5.1
45
45
45
5
5
5
0.22
0.65
5.9
45
5
0.15
0.26
0.45
0.77
4.1
6.9
45
45
5
5
0.30
0.31
0.89
0.94
8.0
8.5
45
45
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2-Chloroethylvinylether
Chloroform
Chloromethane
Diboromochloromethane
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichloroethane
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Trichloroethene
Trichlorofluoromethane
Vinyl Chloride
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TABLE 7
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND
QUANTITATION LEVEL DATA
(continued)
Compound
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene
trans-1,2-Dichloroethene •
IDL
(b)
sU)
//g/L
0.21
0.63
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LOD
(C)
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45
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45
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s - average standard deviation from detection level study
IDL - instrument detection levewl or CRDL as determined in
the lab
(c) LOD - level of detection as calculated in Section A.l.b
(d)
LOQ Rep. - level of quantitation presented in the report
issued 5 June, 1986 revised 3 December, 1986
(e)
CLP CRDL - Contract Laboratory Program, contract required
detection limits from USEPA SOW 7/85
(f) CLP CRDL's are not available for these compounds
(g) Since the CLP CRDL for trans-1,2-Dichloroethene
has been
set at 5//g/L, we have set the quantitation level for
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene at 5 //g/L. If a sample should be
measured positive for trans-1,2-Dichloroethane another
portion of the sample is analyzed for cis-1,2 by capillary
GC with a Hall detector. The results of this determinationare reported with the GC/MS data.
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AS PER CLP SOW 7/85 SOW
SEMI-VOLATILES
INSTRUMENT ID
DATE
UNITS
MS-A
7-2-S7
PFTT- ( U G / M L ) *
» F I N A L EXTRACT V C J L U M E ( I L S A M P L E CONCENTRATED TO 1ML)
L 0z
TEST
XOk
LEVEL
(PPM)
1
2
3
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
30
PHENOL
30
GIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)ETHER
30
2-CHL0R0PHEN0L
30
1.3-DICHLOROBENZENE
30
1.4-DICHLOROBENZENE
30
BENZYL ALCOHOL
30
1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
30
2-METHYLPHENOL
30
BIS(2-CHL0R0ISOPROPYL)ETHEF 30
4-METHYLPHENOL
30
30
N-NITROSO-DI-N-PROPYLAMINE
HEXACHLOROETHANE
30
NITROBENZENE
30
ISOPHORONE
30
2-NITROPHENOL
30
2, 4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
30
BENZOIC ACID
150
BIS(2-CHL0R0ETH0XY)METHANE 30
2.4-DICHLOROPHENOL
30
30
1.2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
NAPHTHALENE
30
4-CHLOROANILINE
30
HE XACHLOROBUTADIENE
30
30
4-CHL0R0—3-METHYLPHENOL
2-METHYLNAPHTHALENE
30
HEXACHLOROCYCLOPENTADIENE
30
2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL
30
2. 4.5-TRICHLOROPHENOL
150
2-CHLORONAPHTHALENE
30
2-NITROANILINE
150
DIMETHYL PHTHALATE
30
ACENAPHTHYLENE
30
3-NITROANILINE
150
ACENAPHTHENE
30
2,4-DINITROPHENOL
150
4-NITROPHENOL
150
DIBENZOFURAN
30
2,4-DINITROTOLUENE
30
2,6-DINITROTOLUENE
30
DIETHYLPHTHALATE
30
31. 19
30. 57
34. 13
31. 56
31. 12
32. 38
41. 01
31. 74
35. 18
32. 27
34. 58
32. 28
30. 24
27. 05
30. 42
25. 69
27. 66
135. 3
30. 00
27. 94
30. 06
30. 56
109. 8
31. 48
26. 59
29. 39
18. 99
30. 28
166. 1
31. 24
175. 7
29. 39
35. 64
64. 55
31. 05
13S. 1
159. 66
28. 77
21. 28
32. 77
30. 82
33. 28
31. 08
31. 41
32. 08
51. 74
32. 97
33. 93
32. 18
32. 12
35. 28
32. 65
27. 75
32. 17
28. 01
26. 91
151. 9
30. 88
28. 16
29. 61
29. 52
102. 4
30. 98
29. 47
30. 26
30. 05
30. 04
175. 3
31. 67
189. 6
31. 54
36. 40
42. 89
31. 37
164. 2
177. 1
30. 74
31. 14
32. 04
33. 81
31. 67
33. 49
34. 61
32. 99
31. 46
32. 67
49. 64
31. 78
35. 79
32. 84
37. 37
35. 06
31. 60
28. 88
33. 24
29. 08
28. 19
148. 4
31. 64
30. 67
29. 57
30. 34
73. 25
31. 23
30. 26
30. 50
22. 45
31. 42
173. 2
31. 22
186. 8
31. 06
35. 83
61. 07
31. 31
152. 8
166. 2
29. 73
26. 34
30. 87
32. 63
30. 17
AVG
31. 88
31. 62
34. 01
31. 88
' 31.33
32. 38
47. 46
31. 87
34. 97
32. 43
34. 69
34. 21
31. 50
27. 90
31. 94
27. 59
27. 59
145. 2
30; 84
28. 92
. 29.75
30. 14
95. 16
31. 23
28. 77
30. 05
23. 83
30. 58
171. 5
31. 38
184 . 0
30. 66
35. 96
56. 17
31. 25
151. 7
167. 7
29. 75
26. 25
29. 47
32. 20
SD
3<SD
0. 81
1. 62
0. 68
0. 99
0. 18
0. 29
. 5.69
0. 18
0. 95
0. 36
2. 62
1. 67
1. 21
0. 92
1. 42
1. 73
0. 64
8. 75
0. 82
1. 52
0. 27
0. 54
19. 34
0. 25
1. 94
0. 59
5. 66
0. 74
4. 83
0. 26
7. 36
1. 13
0. 40
11 . 6
0. 17
13. 1
8. 81
0. 99
4. 93
3. 48
1. 86
2. .4
4. 9
2. 0
3. 0
0. 55
0. 88
17.
0. 54
2. 8
1. 1
7. 9
5. 0
3. 6
2. 8
4. 3
5. 2
1. 9
26.
2. 5
4. 5
0. 81
1. 6
58.
0. 75
17.
1. 8
17.
2. 2
14.
0. 77
22.
3. 39
1. 18
35.
0. 51
39.
26.
3. 0
15.
10.
5. 6
TEST
LEVEL
(PPM)
4-CHL0R0PHENYL-PHENYLETHER
FLUORENE
4-NITROANILINE
4.6-DINITR0-2-METHYLPHEN0L
N-NITROSODIPHENYLAMINE
4-BR0M0PHENYL-PHENYLETHER
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
PHENANTHRENE
ANTHRACENE
DI-N-BUTYLPHTHALATE
FLUORANTHENE
BENZIDINE
PYRENE
BUTYLBENZYLPHTHALATE
3.3'-DICHLOROBENZIDINE
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE
CHRYSENE
DI-N-OCTYL PHTHALATE
BENZO(B)FLUORANTHENE
BENZO(K)FLUORANTHENE
EENZO(A)PYRENE
INDENO(l.2, 3-CD)PYRENE
DIBENZ(A,H)ANTHRACENE
BENZO (G.H. I) PERYLENE
1
30 29. 59
30 27. 24
150 106. 0
150 177. 2
30 70. 26
30 33. 32
30 35. 64
150 177. 6
30 31. 75
30 32. 90
30 32. 26
30 31. 59
SO
81. 38
30 27. 93
30 26. 05
80 74. 04
30 26. 83
30 27. 84
30 30. 53
30 27. 25
30 27. 25
30 32. 51
30 26. 70
30 21. 60
30 21. 22
30 24. 40
D-884
2
31. 43
29. 75
92. 56
191. 4
57. 98
32. 41
34. 04
188. 6
31. 97
32. 46
31. 91
31. 97
111. 9
28. 95
28. 94
74. 72
28. 34
29. 80
30. 48
28. 39
28. 58
26. 78
25. 96
26. 23
26. 76
28. 15
3
AVG
SD
31. 18
30. 73
1. 00
28. 40
28. 46
1. 26
107. 9
102. 1
8. 35
181. 6
183. 4
7. 26
62. 35
63. 53
6. 23
34. 60
33. 45
1. 10
36. 13
35. 27
1. 09
180. 8
182. 3 •
5. 63
31. 38
31. 70
0. 30
32. 54
32. 63
0. 24
32. 89
32. 35
0. 49
30. 47
31. 34
0. 78
84. 92
92. 72 16. 7
27. 88 ' 28.25
0. 60
27. 63
27. 54
1. 45
71. 05
73. 27 • 1.95
28. 51
27. 89
0. 92
28. 44
28. 69
1. 00
32. 45
31. 15
1. 12
27. 746 27. 70
0. 61
29. 51
28. 40
1. 14
1
29. 21
29. 50
c
. 88
26. 02
26. 20
0. 41
n 71
21. 49
23. 10
21. 19
23. 10
3. 21
23. 79
25. 45
C . 36
XOL3(SD
3. 0
3. 8
25.
22.
19.
3. 3
3. 3
17.
0. 91
0. 71
1. 5
-i
3
1. 8
4. 4
5. 9
2. 8
3. 0
3. 4
1. 8
3. 4
8. 6
1. 2
8. 1
9. 6
7. 1
Detection Limits*
Low Water
Low Soll/Sedlmpnrff
UR/_L
ug/K;
c
m.
5&r
•M.
'SS,
Mr
36. Phenol
37. bi«(2-Chloroethyl) ether
38. 2-Chlorophenol
108-95-2
111-44-4
" 95-57-8
10
10
10
330
330
330
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
541-73-1
106-46-7
100-51-6
95-50-1
95-48-7
10
10
10
10
330
330
330
330
330
39638-32-9
106-44-5
621-64-7
67-72-1
98-95-3
10
10
10
10
10
330
330
330
330
330
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,4-DIchlorobe nzene
Benzyl Alcohol
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
2-Methylphenol
44. bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)
ether •
45. 4-Methylphenol
46. N-Nitroso-Dipropylamine
47. Hexachloroethane
48. Nitrobenzene
49. Isophorone
50. 2-Nitrophenol
51. 2,4-Dimethylphenol
52. Benzoic Acid
53. bis(2-Chloroethoxy)
•ethane
78-59-1
88-75-5
105- 67-9
65-85-0
10
10
10
50
330
330
330
1600
111-91-1
10
330
54 2,4-Dichlorophenol
55. 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
56. Naphthalene
57. 4-Chloroaniline
58. Hexachlorobutadiene
120-83-2,
120-82-1'
91-20-3106- 47-8
87-68-3
10
10
10
10
10
330
330
330
330
330
59-50-7
91-57-6
77-47-4
88-06-2
95-95-4
10
10
10
10
50
330
330
330
330
1600
5?. 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
(para-chloro-neta-cresol)
60. 2-Methylnaphthalene
61. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
62. 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
63. 2,4,5-Trichloroph enol
' ' •-'•'•••
Detection Llmlm*
Senl-Volatll«»a
64. 2-Chloronaphthalene
65. 2-NItroaniline
66. Dimethyl Phthalate
67. Acenaphthylene
68. 3-N1troaniline
91-58-7
88-74-4
131- 11-3
208-96-8
99-09-2
10
50
10
10
50
330
1600
330
330
1600
69. Acenaphthene
70. 2,4-Dinitrophenol
71. 4-Nitrophenol
72. Dibenzofuran
73. 2,4-Dinitrotoluene
83- 32-9
51-28-5
100-02-7
132- 64-9
121-14-2
10
50
50
10
10
330
1600
1600'
330
330
74. 2,6-Dinitrotoluene
75. Diethylphthalate
76. 4-Chlorophenyl Phenyl
ether
77. F l uorene
78. 4-Nitroaniline
606-20-2
84- 66-2
10
10
330
330
7005-72-3
86-73-7
100- 01-6
10
10
50
330
330
1600
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
534-52-1
86- 30-6
101- 55-3
118-74-1
87- 86-5
50
10
10
10
50
1600
330
330
330
1600
85-01-8
120-12-?84- 74-2
206-44-0
10
10
10
10
330
330
330
330
129-00-0
85- 68-7
91-94-1
56-55-3
117-81-7
10
10
20
10
10
330
330
660
330
330
218-01-9
117-84-0
205-99-2
207-08-9
50-32-8
10
10
10
10
10
330
330
330
330
330
4,6-Dinitro-2-methylphehol
N-nitrosodiphenylamine
4-Bromophenyl Phenyl ether
Hexachlorobenzene
Pentachlorophenol
84. Phenanthrene
85. Anthracene
86. Di-n-butylphthalate
87. Fiuoranthene
88. Pyrene
89. Butyl Benzyl Phthalate
• 90. 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
r91. Benzo(a)anthracene
^92..bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
93. Chrysene
94. Di-n-octyl Phthalate
95. Benzo(b)fluoranthene
96. Benzo(k)fluoranthene
97. Benzo(a)pyrene '
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(continued)
7/85 Rev
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D-887
SECTION I
ATTACHMENT 1
MAGNESIUM, CALCIUM, SODIUM, POTASSIUM STUDY
D-888
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DETECTION LIMIT
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Date:
CALIBRATION STDS:
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3rd Day
l/i<*fh
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
Date:
^
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
ppb
2.
ppb
3.
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4
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ANALYSIS OF
STANDARD SOLUTION
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
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3
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» 6 . 3 ppb
R«pllc»t«
M
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2
7
6
»
, . l p p a Mg
R*plic«t*
H
9
2
Mg27»
7
ppb
ppb
87.0
ppb
7
t
AV
128.t
» ? . 3 ppb
SD
17.83
CV
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83/09/24
Mathod Nam*: Mg27?
Raplleataa:
7
P r i n t Format: A l l Data
' 10 Naaa:
Raaarka: Mg O E t a c t i o n H a l t V / C h l a n a r
H:28
Raad D a l a y : 33
Data Nam*:
Mg277
Elaaant
Naaa Hg277
Standard
1
C a i n 7*3
Raplleata
Mg27t
Elaaant
Naaa Hg27»
Standard
1
EM
Raplleata
.2
1
Mg277
F*
Raplleata
AV
3 '' •
.1*787 SO ^
>
Raplleata
Blank
23734
•
EM ~~ 2"*104
H g 2 7 7 "
Hg277
1
' EM ' 28331
Raplleata
Standard 1
Pa'ak Off««t
-3327
C a i n 787
Hg277
Standard 1
1
Mg27»
""
1337.4 _ CV
4.7
1000.0 ppb
.'
1
EM
CONC
1307
R a p l l e a t a .2
Blank
Hg27»
"EM
Raplleata * 3
Blank
Mg27»
Mg27?
Saapla
AV
1
773
Raplleata
172
SD
*77.3
Saapla 1
CV
1
73.2 ppb
Raplleata
Mg277
7
' "
EM
Mg277
Saapla 1
1422
2
D-892
Raplleata
110.1 ppb
3
.
(7.7 CONC
0.0 ppb
Saapla
1
Raplleata
3
Mg277
Hg277
7«.7 ppb
AV
lOOppb Mg
72.4 ppb
Raplleata
SO
2
Mg27»
• 77. 7 ppb
lOOppb Mg
Raplleata
3
Mg277 ,
,. 81 .2 ppb
Raplleata
lOOppb Mg
4
Mg277
100.4 ppb
Raplleata
Mg»7»
S
-.T
107 : 3 ppb
Raplleata
10 0ppb • Mg
««27»
lOOppb Mg
18.
104.0 ppb
Raplleata
lOOppb Mg
CV
1
Mg277
lOOppb Mg
17.4.4
108.3
^
- 'Raplleata
ppb
7
M«277
Mg277
AV
74.3
D-893
ppb
CV
12.7
1
(3
•S/0?/30
Ran N t n s i t Mod*
M.thod Nam*: Mg277
P r i n t rormat: A l l Data
Ramarks: d a t a e t l o n l i m i t
Raplleata*:
3
ID Nama:
EPA-CLP w i t h
ehianay
13:31
Raad D a l a r : 33
Data Kama:
Hg277
Elamant
Nama Mg277
G a l a 73*
Raptleata
Standard 1
Ng277
Standard 1
EM
v Raplleata
Hg277
Mg277
AV
•
30773
Raplleata
Hg277
Blank
30227
3
SD
Mg277
Blank
• - . -. ••
:»
•.
2
- ••' E M - -31027-
Raplleata
Blank
3112*
EM
Raplleata
Standard 1
Mg277
1
'- 472.8
1
_••
EM
1.*
CONC
1000.0 ppb
111.8
CONC
0.0 ppb
.-:_•'>..£ ..
337
2
-EM --; - 1323-
Raplleata
CV
;
,
3
., •. • ' •• •. - . ;r V
Mg277
Mg277
AV
Samp l a 1
EM .•:
*S8
SD
Raplleata
Mg277
,
CV
1
-.^.i-V-
Raplleata
Samp l a 1
770.2
2
Mg277
107.2 ppb
D-894
Raplleata
Sampla 1
Mg277
3
V«.7 ppb
Page:
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DETECTION LIMIT
Element:^
Matrix: 'fiu*>* <J<&^
M3thod: jTCyC
Data Check/Initials:
Cogent: ^ y > ^ ^ _
r
1st Day
Date:
CALIBRATION STDS:
ANALYSIS OF
STANDARD SOLUTION
cone
fP
L
2nd Day
3rd Day
Date:
Date:
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
4?. 7
-
4
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
->L^__2=
^T. P
6//
5
6
7
3*/
6 2-. £
tt?an:
<?.70
3
-day average of S t d . d e v i a t i o n s
D-895
^-'-.'-Ction L i m i t
(,,,,&):
fr .^
Vf
<?/io/gr~
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
¥?. o
2
3
9//9/PJ~
x
83/09/19
Hun Manual Mod*
M*thod Mam*: Ca317
P r i n t Format: A l l Data
3*aarka: d * t * e t i o n l i m i t
1 ? : 07
R*ad Oalay: 33
Data Nam*:
Raplleata*: 3
IO Nam*:
C*317
Elaaant
Nam* Ca3l7
Standard
1
C a i n 444
R*pllcat*
Ca317
Standard
1
EM
Raplleata
Ca317
standard
1
Raplieata
AV
Blank
41874
Ca317
Ca317
Ca317
AV
z x JOppb
3
41307
SO
443.4
272
Raplieat*
SOppb
ca
*0ppb
1000.0 ppb
CV
Z11.0 CONC
0.0 ppb
2
790
3
EM
373
SD
374.4
1
70.0 ppb
Rtplicitt
C*3l7
0.7 .CONC
-344
Ca3l7
ca
CV
1
EM
Raplleata
Ca317
62398
EM
Raplieata
•lank
2
EM
Raplleata
3Iank
4172JL
EM
Ca3l7
Ca317
t
2
D-896
R*plicit*
"19.9 ppb
3
- - •. o
= * :flp p a
Raplieata
C
3
ea lOppc
*
49.9 ppb
Raplieata
3
Ca317
AV
3iaplt 2
CONC
2
3 1 7
ca SOpps
C*3 1 7
u
70.0 ppb
Rap 1 i c a ta
c
i l l
1
7
* »
uy
48.4 ppb
34.1 ppb
Raplieata
1
Raplieata
2
Raplieata
3
Raplieata
4
Raplicata
3
Raplleata
4
Raplieata
7
12.03
CV 2 i . i |
SO
Ca317
Saapla 2
49.0 ppb
Ca317
Saapla 2
38.7 ppb
Ca31 7
Saapla 2
39.8 ppb
Ca317
iaapla 2
•1-1 ppb
Ca317
Saapla 2
33.0 ppb
Ca317
5ampl* 2
Ca3 1 7
Ca317
AV
37.4 ppb
6 0.8 ppb'
34.3 ppb
D-897
SO
70
CV
is.9
0.0 ppb
KILL,
Run Manual Mod*
SS / 09 /2 1
Mathod Nama: Ca317
P r i n t Format: A l l Data
A*a*rk«: O * t * e t l o n l i m i t
U i s t r . t Nam* Ca317
Standard
H*p11ca t • * : 3
R*ad O*1 a y : 60
IO Nam*:
Data Nam*:
(or EPA CLP program - ••cond day
Raplieat*
Ca317
l
R*plieat*
Raplieata
standard 1
EM
Rap I i ea t a
Ca317
48823
SO
Raplieata
Ca3l7
49049
48230
314.3
CV
0.7
CONC
jl. „
CONC
1000.0 cob
1
EM
Rap 1i ca ta
Cai I
49 172
3
EM
AV
EI ank
0{(s*t
2
Ca317
Glar.fc
P*ak
1
EM
1
Ca3l7
-1813
C a i n 473
Ca3l7
Standard
1
EM
E U m t n t Nam* Ca317
Standard
—
C a i n 497
1
720
2
EM
364
: i ar.k
Ca3 i 7
1*3 17
*
v
I 3:35
EM
35 1
371
17-4 i
CV
0.0 ppb
ICppfc c*
Rap!teat*
1
C*317
30ppb Ca
43.5 ppb
Rap1i ea t a
2
Ca317
SOppS Ca
47.3 ppb
Raplieata
3
Ca317
SOppb Ca
43.3 ppb
Raplieata
4
Ca3 1 7
SOppb Ca
46.3 ppb
Raplieata
3
Ca3 1 7
SOppb Ca
33.2 ppb
Raplieata
6
Ca317
IOppt Ca
41.3 ppb
Raplieata
7
Ca317
Ca3 1 7
AV
34.2 ppb
48.1 ppb
D-899
SO
Run Manual Mod*
85/07/30
Method Nam*: Ca3l7
P r i n t Format: A l l Data
Ramaric*: d e t e c t i o n l i m i t
R*plicat*a: 3
ID Nam*:
l o r EPA CLP program
14:12
R*ad Delay:
3
Data Nam*:
Ca3 1 7
El*m*nt Nam* Ca317
Standard
C a i n 732
1
Raplieata
Ca317
Elamant Nama Ca317
Standard
EM
I
Raplleata
1
Raplieata
1
Raplieata
AV
Blank
47773
43733
3
EM
4 7204
SD
1237.7
Raplieata
Ca317
71240
2
EM
Ca317
Ca317
Offset
1
EM
Ca317
Standard
Pitt
-420*
C a i n 487
Ca317
Standard
1
CV
1.8
CONC
1000.0 ppb
1
EM
1413
a)
Blank
Raplleata
Ca317
ank
2
EM
Raplleata
Ca317
C*317
AV
422
104
3
EM
343
SD
477.0
D-900
CV
112.0
CONC
0.0 ppb
^pj*x
SOppb Ca .
Raplieata
1
Ca317
SOppb Ca
,o.O ppb
Raplleata
2
Ca317
30ppb Ca
31.2 ppb
Raplieata
3-
Ca317
SOppb Ca
48.3 ppb
Raplieata
4
Ca317
SOppb Ca
Raplieata
Raplieata
Ca3 1 7
3
» i
p
6
p
p
b
7
?
AV
p
42.4
Raplieata
c
33.»
4
Ca317
SOppb Ca
p p l )
3
Ca317
SOppb Ca
42.7
42.» ppb
47.0
D-901
ppb
so
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Pay*: /fe
DETECTION LIMIT
Element: finJg SS/UAMatrix: />usy 6J<?r?^
rethod:
r^ap
Analyst:
/rjp7
Data Check/Initials:
Comment:
1st Day
Date:
CALIBRATION STDS:
9 / 2 , / ^ '
2nd Day
3rd Day
Date:^/ lQ>j
Date:
1/3o/Tr"
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
ABSORBANCE (AVE) ABSORBANCE (AVE)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
1. <ZOerri> ppb
2.
ppb
3.
ppb
i:
• PPb
ANALYSIS OF
STANDARD SOLUTION
cone
/6V-t)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
1
2
•Kb
3
4
5
6
7
/O S~0
1<?0
±LL£i
44-
11u
7^
c
//GO
/050
jolO
fl do
tt?an:
Std. Dev.:
3
3
~day average of Std. deviations:
x SD
^ t i . ' c t i o n Limit (ppb):
94-
14
Elaaant
Naaa K744
Standard
C a i n 743
1
Raplieata
X744
Standard
EM
1
Raplieata
X7 4 4
Standard
1
Raplieata
AV
Blank
70870
Raplieata
K744
EIank
X744
71728
3
EM
87831
SO
1048.3
1
EM
Raplieata
70832
2
EM
X744
K744
1
1034
2
EM
1347
D-903
t:»r.t
nap 1 i c a t a
X764
3
EM
34?
CV
1.1
CONC
20.00 ppa
El ank
Replicate
2
X744
EM
El ar.fc
Re?1i ca t a
X744
K744
AV
9?8
1 ppa X
Raplleata
3
EM
54?
SD
403.1
Raplieata
CONC
0.00 p a
S
2
X744
0.89 ppa
I p pa X
Raplieata
3
K744
1.03
1 ppa X
Raplieata
p
p
a
4
K744
0.89 ppa
1 ppa X
Raplieata
3
K744
0 . 84 ppa
lppa X
Raplieata
4
K744
0.94 ppa
Raplieata
7
X744
X744
40.3
0.89 ppa
1 ppm X
X
CV
1
K744
lppa
134?
AV
*
0.90
0.92
D-904
ppa
ppa
SD
0.04.3
CV
7.0
/
83/07/24
Run Manual Mod*
Read 0 * l a r : 33
Data Nam*:
Replieatas: 3
Method Nam* : X744
ID Nam*:
P r i n t Forma t: A l l Data
Ramarka: X D * t * e t l o n l i m i t RF10XV
t
X744
El*m*nt
13:33
Nam* X744
Standard
C a i n 844
1
R*plicat*
K744
Standard
1
EM
Raplieata
X744
Standard
1
K744
EM
AV
81187 SD
K744
K744
X744
XV
lOOOppb K
Raplieat*
CV
" 4.1
CONC
20.00 ppm
CV
248.3
CONC
0.00 oom
-178
227
3
EM
83
3332.3
2
EM
Raplieata
Blank
78300
1
EM
Raplieata
Blank
80377
3
X7 44
Raplleata
84844
Z
EM
Raplieata
Blank
K744
1
SD
204
228.1
1
X744
1 0 1 ppm
D-905
lOOOppb K
R*plieat*
K744
2
0.77 ppm
lOOOppb K
Replicate
K 7
*°.
lOOOppb "«
'
K744
3
4
0.90 ppm
AV
2
*»Pl«
0.97 ppn
Replicate
K 7
s
2
0.94 ppm
Riplicitt
2
Raplieata
2
Raplleata
1
Raplieata
1
Raplieata
*»P»«
2
Raplieata
2
Raplieata
AV
l.oj
D-906
0.92
ppm
1.11
ppm
1.11
ppm
0.90
ppi
0.97
pp.
7
K744
K744
ppm
4
K744
Sample
0.93
3
K744
S
ppm
4
K744
Sample
1.02
3
JC744
Sample
CV
2
K744
Sample
0.034
1
K744
Sample
SO
p
p a
s
o
"V
/
0.074/
CV
Page:
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DETECTION LIMIT
Element:
Matrix: Hsj-t CJot*
Method: /"cC/?
Ana ly s t:
An P,T
Data Check/Initials:_
Cament:
Azr£-cj°
1st Day
D a t e :
CALIBRATION STDS:
2nd Day
3rd Day
Date: l/iC*/"?/
Dat
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
ABSORBANCE (AVE)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
:
?
lj3oltt?
ABSORBANCE (AVE) •
1
2
ppb
3.
ppb
4.
Db
ANALYSIS OF
STANDARD SOLUTION
3
-^a
y
average of Std. deviations
x SD
^.•••ction I . i ,
nit
( l>pb)
7 REPLICATES
(ABS/CONC)
Run
Manual Mod*
83/09/21
Method Nama: Na388
P r i n t Format: A l l Data
Remarks: O a t a e t i o n l i m i t
1S:1<
Raplleata*:
3
R.ad Delay:
33
10 Nama:
Data Nama:
l o r CPA CLP program - second day
Nasee
Elamant
Standard
Nama NaSSS
C a i n 340
1
Raplieata
NaSSS
Standard
1
EM
Raplieata
NaSSS
Standard
1
Raplieata
AV
Blank
SO
Raplieata
NaSSS
EI ink
Raplieata
Elar.l:
Raplieata
Hal 88
1ppm Na
S
Rapt i e a t a
CV
0.4
CONC
10.00
8113
833 1
3
EM
AV D - g ^ g
491.1
2
EM
NaSSS
107884
1
EM
NaSSS
107381
3
EM
107878
108348
2
EM
NaSSS
NaS88
1
817 1
2 2».0
D
1
CV
2.7
CONC
0.00 ppm
Nt58 3
N«!88
AV
8 338
l p p a Nt
Rapliett*
EM
8J7 1
SD
2 2 7.0
R*plictt*
Rapliett*
itmpl*
AV
2
1.08 ppm
Raplictt*
R*pliett*
Rap I i e* t •
R*pliett*
Rapltett*
R * p I i et t *
Raplictt*
AV
Ippm Nt
SD
0.047
Off**:
CV
4.4
1 . 06 ppm
P**k Of
1.08 ppm
F*tk 0 ( ( M t
1.08 ppm
P**lc
Offset
1.02 ppm
P*tlc
Offs*t
0.88 ppm
P*tk 0 ( ! f * t
0.01 ppm
?*i!c Off**-.
.7
NtSSS
NtSSS
?*ti
8
NtSSS
Stmpl* I
1.08 ppm
S
NtSSS
Stmpl* 2
?**fc O f f * * t
4
NtSSS
Stmpl* 2
1.0? ppm
3
NtSSS
Stmpl* 2
P*tk
2
Nt588
Stmpl* 2
Ci'.f*:
1.00 ppm
1
NtSSS
Itmpl* 2
0.00
3
NtSSS
NtS88
CONC
2
NtS88
lppm Nt
2.7
1
N*388
lppm Nt
CV
?.4S ppm
2.08 ppm
Rapliett*
NtSSS
SD
1
4.91 ppm
D-909
3.2 84
CV
15 7.3
*
N*383
Sppa Na
AV
^
1.08 ppa
Replieate
4.91 ppa
Raplieata
2
NaS88
Sppa Na
3.04 ppa
Raplieata
3
NaSSS
Sppa Na
s.u
Raplieata
3.11 ppa
Raplleata
4
NaSSS
3.12 ppa
Raplieata
7
NaSSS
NaSSS
AV
a
3
NaSSS
Sppa Na
p
3.02 ppa
Raplieata
Sppa Na
p
4
Na3S8
Sppa Na
3.294
t
NaSSS
Sppa Na
S3
3.03 ppa
3.03
D-910
ppa
SD|
s
0.072
1
V
85/07/26
Run Manual Mod*
13:30
Raad Delay: 35
Oata Name:
Method Nama: Na388
Raplleata*: 3
P r i n t Format: A l l Oata
10 Nama:
Remark*: Na d e t e c t i o n l i m i t
NaSSS
Element Name NaSSS
Standard
1
C a i n 474
Raplieata
1
NaSSS
Standard
1
EM
Raplieata
NaSSS
Standard
1
2
EM
Raplieata
NaSSS
NaSSS
3
104874
NaSSS
EM
NaSSS
SOOOppo Na
5
2
3
10.00 oom
3
0
Raplieata
"J« «, » q
CONC
317?
EM
AV D - 9 ? I
1.2
3221
EM
NaSSS
CV .
2
Rap 1i ea t a
NaSSS
1303.3
1
Raplieata
Blank
103823
SO
Raplieata
Blank
10S4S7
EM
AV
Blank
103405
3327
74.2
CV
2.3
CONC
0.00 oom
1
~
0 0I oon
P»ik
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B
1
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n
J
c
R«plie»t«
3
N*588
CM
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5
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8
74.2
D
R i p l l u t ,
N
3
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8
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N
5
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8
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J
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0.01
S
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3
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8
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3
8
N
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3
8
8
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3
8
0
CV
f
f
f
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pp.
pp.
8
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R.pllc.t,
M
k
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3
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0.003
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P
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R . p l l c t .
3
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3.01
»
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3
8
8
Ofr..t
4.8. pp.
R . p l l c t .
N
S
8
C
2
8
»
N
s
3
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N
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3.12
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N
S
8
*
N
S
3
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0
1
R . p l l c t .
N
C
P.tfc
pp.
R«plie«t«
2
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D-914
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SECTION II
COPIES OF DETECTION LIMIT TABLES
FOR ORGANICS WITHOUT THE "LESS THAN" SIGN
D-921
LEVELS OF QUANTITATION
FOR
ORGANIC ANALYSIS
The Levels of Quantitation (LOQ) for the organic analyses
were determined using the procedure specified in the USEPA
Contract Laboratory Program Statement of Work, 7/85 Revision
Page A-4, paragraph c.
This method requires the analysis of each compound in t r i plicate at a level equivalent to 3 to 5 times the Contract
Required Detection Limit (now called the Contract Required
Quantitation Level). The actual LOQs for each sample may
vary, however, dependent on how much sample was extracted
or analyzed, required dilutions, sample matrix, etc.
D-922
Table D-1. Levels of quantitation for volatiles in an aqueous
matrix
MATRIX:
UNITS:
DILUTION FACTOR:
WATER
UG/L
1
COMPOUNDS
Acrolein
Aery l o n l t r i le
Benzene
Bromodichloromethane
Bromoform
8roraomethane
10
10
5
5
5
5
Carbon Tetrachloride
Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane
2-ChloroethyIvlnylether
Chloroform
Chloromethane
5
5
5
10
5
5
01 bromochloromethane
1.3- Oichlorobenzene
1,2-Dlchlorobenzene
1.4- 0i chlorobenzene
1.1- Olchloroethane
1.2- 01chloroethane
5
5
5
5
5
5
1.1- 01chloroethene
1.2- 01chloropropane
trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
cis-1,3-0Ichloropropene
Ethylbenzene
Methylene Chloride
5
5
5
5
5
5
l , 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethene
Toluene
1, l,1-Trichloroethane
1, 1,2-TrIchloroethane
Trichloroethene
5
5
5
5
5
5
Trichlorofluoromethane
Vinyl Chloride
5
l
cIs-l,2-0ichloroethene
trans-I,2-01ch1oroethene
5
5
D-923
Table D-2. Levels of quantitation for base/neutral acid
extractables i n an aqueous matrix
MATRIX:
UNITS:
WATER
UG/L
COMPOUNDS
Acenaphthalene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
8enzo<a)Anthracene
8enzo(a)Pyrene
10
10
10
go
io
10
Benzo(b+k>fluoranthenes
Benzo(g, h, i)Perylene
4-Bromopheny1-phenylether
Butylbenzylphthalate
4-cnloro-3-Methy1pheno1
b 1 s(2-Chloroethoxy)Methane
io
io
io
io
io
io
bis(2-Chloroethyl)Ether
b I s(2-Chloro1sopropyI)Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
2-Ch 1 oropheno I
4-Chloropheny1-pheny lether
Chrysene
io
io
io
10
io
10
Ol-n-ButyIphtha late
Dl-n-Octyl Phthalate
D t benz(a,h)Anthracene
1.2- 01chlorobenzene
i,4-0ichlorobenzene
1.3- 01chlorobenzene
io
io
io
io
io
io
3,3'-D1chlorobenz1d1ne
2.4- 01chlorophenoI
Diethylphthalate
Olmethyl Phthalate
2, 4-01 me thy 1pheno1
4,6-0 In1tro-2-Methy1pheno1
20
io
10
io
io
50
2, 4-0initropheno1
2,4-01nitrotoluene
2, S-0in1trotoluene
1,2-D1pheny1hydrazIne
Dis(2-Ethyihexy1)Phtha1 ate
F luoranthene
50
10
io
10
10
10
D-924
Table D-2.
Continued
MATRIX:
UNITS:
WATER
UG/L
COMPOUNOS
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Indeno<l,2,3-cd)Pyrene
Isophorone
N-Nltroso-01-n-Propylamtne
N-Nltrosodlmethylamine
N-Nltrosodlphenylamlne
Naphthalene
Nitrobenzene
4-Nltrophenol
2-NItropheno 1
Pentachlorophenol
Phenanthrene
Phenol
• Pyrene
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
D-925
•
10
1-0
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
10
10
10
SO
10
SO
10
10
10
10
10
Table D-3.
Levels of quantitation for base/neutral acid
extractables i n a s o i l matrix
MATRIX:
UNITS:
SOIL
UG/KG
COMPOUNDS
Acenaphthalene
Acenaphthene
Anthracene
Benzidine
Benzo<a)Anthracene
Benzo(a)Pyrene
1670
1670
1670
3030
1670
1670
Benzo( b + k)fluoranthenes
Benzo(g,h,1)Perylene
4-8romopheny1-pheny lether
Butylbenzylphthalate
bis<2-Chloroethoxy)Methane
Dis<2-Chloroethy1>Ether
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Dis<2-ChIoro1sopropy I )Ether
2-Chloronaphthalene
4-Chlorophenyl-phenylether
Chrysene
Di-n-Butylphthalate
Di-n-Octyl Phthalate
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
0ibenz(a,h ) Anthracene
1.3- Dicnlorobenzene
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1.4- 0icn1orobenzene
3,3 '-Dtchlorobenzld1ne
Diethylphthalate
1670
1670
1670
1670
3330
1670
Dimethyl Pnthalate
2,4-0initrotoluene
2, S-Dinitrotoluene
1, 2-0iphenyIhydraz 1 ne
a i s ( 2-Ethy1hexy1)Phtha 1 ate
Fiuoranthene
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Fluorene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
I ndeno ( 1, 2, 3-cd)Pyrene
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
D-926
Table D-3.
Continued
MATRIX:
UNITS:
SOIL
UG/KG
COMPOUNDS
Isophorone
N-N1troso-Di-n-Propy1 amine
N-Nltrosodlmethylamlne
N-N itrosodlphenylamlne
Naphthalene
Nltrobenzene
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
1670
Phenanthrene
Pyrene
1,2, 4-Trichlorobenzene
1670
1670
1670
D-927
LEVELS OF
QUANTITATION
FOR
INORGANIC ANALYSIS
The L e v e l s of Q u a n t i t a t i o n (LOQ) f o r i n o r g a n i c a n a l y s e s
were d e t e r m i n e d u s i n g the procedure s p e c i f i e d i n " P r i n c i p l e s of E n v i r o n m e n t a l A n a l y s i s " A n a l y t i c a l C h e m i s t r y ,
Volume 55, Pages 2210-2218, December 1983.
The a c t u a l
LOQs f o r each sample w i l l v a r y depending on sample s i z e ,
r e q u i r e d d i l u t i o n s , sample m a t r i x , e t c .
D-928
Table D-4.
L e v e l s o f q u a n t i t a t i o n f o r c h e m i c a l parameters i n
aqueous and s o i l m a t r i c e s *
VERSAR INC., ESM OPERATIONS
LEVELS OF QUANTITATION
Paramete r
: Method
:
LEVEL OF QUANTITATION
SOIL
WATER :
(mg/kg)
(mg/L)
T o t a l Cyanide
335 .2
0.010
0.50
Free Cyanide
412H(1)
0.010
0.50
Fluoride
300 . 0
1.6
NA(2)
Fluoride
340 .2 '
Sulfate
375 . 4
5.0
5.0
Sulfate
300 .0
2.0
NA
Chloride
325 .3
1.1
NA ;
Carbonate
403
10
NA
Bicarbonate
403
10
NA
Sodium
273.1
1.0
200
Sodium
200 .7
1.0
NA
Calcium
200 .7
0 . 50
NA
Magnesium
200 .7
0.50
NA
Potassium
200.7
1.0
NA
Arseni c
206 .2
0.01
2.0
1.0
(1) S t a n d a r d Methods
(2) NA= Not A p p l i c a b l e
* The a c t u a l LOQs f o r each sample w i l l , v a r y depending on
sample s i z e , r e q u i r e d d i l u t i o n s , sample m a t r i x , e t c .
D-929
Table D-5.
L e v e l s o f q u a n t i t a t i o n f o r metals i n EP TOX e x t r a c t
matrix
LEVELS OF QUANTITATION
Parameter
(EP TOX METALS *)
: Method
: LEVEL OF QUANTITATION
: U n i t s : ug/L
Arsenic
200.7
200
B a r i um
200 .7
200
Cadmium
200.7
50
Chromium
200.7
50
Lead
200.7
200
Mercury
239 .2
0.30
Selenium
200 .7
200
Silver •
200 .7
50
* Samples p r e p a r e d u s i n g method 1310 from SW-846 2nd E d i t i o n
.USEPA 1982
D-930
SECTION I I I
SOURCE OF INDEPENDENT QC SAMPLES
D-931
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
W A S H I N G T O N , D.C. 20460
JUN I I 1987
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
To:
Laboratories Participating i n Pre-Award Performance
Evaluation Samples for IFB's WA 87-J001, J002, and J003
Dear Participant:
Enclosed are copies of your score sheet for the pre-award
"Performance Evaluation Samples" for IFB's WA 87-J001, WA 87-J002,
and WA 87-J003 and the acceptance windows for each analyte.
The acceptable score for performance on those samples i s 720
points.
If you wish to have a debriefing, please contact Larry Butler
at EMSL-LV.
Sincerely,
Joan F. Fisk
National Organics Program Manager
Enclosure
cc:
Larry Butler, EMSL-LV
D-932
WP-1346C
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE DATA SCORING
Laboratory
IFB
Martin Marietta Environmental Systems (MMES) #18
Full Organics
Date
4-9-87
SUMMARY:
I.
Identification
a.
Total number of I pts. deducted
150 points
for water
:
150 points
for s o i l
9.5
10
Water
b.
pts. awarded for I
II.
Quantification
a.
Total number of II pts deducted
b.
III.
Soil
140.5
140
pts. awarded for II
150
150
Total points awarded for I and II, water and s o i l
581
out of
600 pts.
298
out of
300 pts
100
out of
100 pts
Quality Control
p
300 pts.
a.
Total number of III pts. deducted
2.2
b.
pts. awarded for III
IV.
Reporting/Deliverables
a.
Total number of IV pts. deducted
b.
pts. awarded for IV
V.
Score
a.
Total number of I, I I , III, and IV pts. awarded
979
out of
1000 pts.
b.
Total pts. awarded
979
out of
1000 pts
VI.
Number of days late
100 pts.
D-933
Q
IMPORTANT: 1) Points deducted w i l l not exceed the maximum possible number of
points.
I.
Identification (150 points for water sample; 150 points for s o i l samples.
NOTE:
A.
If a Pest/PCBs compound i s detected and not confirmed, the compound
w i l l be considered not identified and points w i l l be deducted.
Target Compound L i s t (TCL) identification (Water
Sample - 100 pts. max.; Soil Sample » 100 pts. max.).
water
Number of compounds not identified ( 0/0 ) X 100 pts.
(Number of compounds i n study (32/32)/10
» ( 0/0 ) pts. ded.
B.
0
0
Tentatively Identified Compounds (TIC) identification
(Water Sample » 10 pts. max.; Soil Sample • 10 pts. max.)
Number of compounds not identified ( 9/7 ) X 10 pts.
Number of compounds i n study (20/14)
- (4.5/5) pts. ded.
D.
0
TCL false positives (Water Sample - 30 pts. max.;
Soil Sample - 30 pts. max.)
Number of TCL false positives ( 0/0 ) X 3 points ( 0/0 ) points deducted
C.
Soil
A
5
TIC false positives (Water Sample » 10 pts. max.;
Soil Sample =» 10 pts. max.)
Number of TIC false positives ( 5/5 ) X 1 point ( 5/5 ) points deducted
Total number of I pts. deducted
5
9.5
II.
Quantification of the TCL (150 points for water sample; 150 points for
s o i l sample)
A.
TCL quantification include VOA, Semi-VOA, and Pesticides
(Water Sample = 150 pts. max.; Soil Sample = 150 pts. max.)
Number of compounds not within c r i t e r i a ( 0/0 ) x 150 pts
Number of compounds in study (32/32)/5
= ( 0/0 ) pts. ded.
Total number of II pts deducted
D-934
0
10
III.
Quality Control (300 points)
A.
Instrument Quality Control (150 points)
1. Tuning (50 points)
a. DFTPP (25 pts. max.)
Number of
pts deducted
1. For any DFTPP performance tune analyzed separately or
as part of the calibration standard with any c r i t i c a l
ions abundance ratios outside c r i t e r i a deduct a maximum
of 25 points. ( C r i t i c a l key ions are: 68, 70, 197, 198
199, 441, 442, 443, and 365).
2.
For any DFTPP performance tune analyzed separately or
as part of the calibration standard with any non-critical
ions abundance ratios outside c r i t e r i a deduct 2 pts.
for each to a maximum of 25 pts. (Non-critical key ions
are: 51, 127, and 275.)
3.
Failure to perform a DFTPP tune at the required 12-hour
frequency, deduct a maximum of 25 points.
b.
BFB (25 pts. max.)
1.
For any BFB performance tune analyzed separately or
added to reagent water with any c r i t i c a l ions abundance
ratios outside c r i t e r i a deduct a maximum of 25 points.
( C r i t i c a l key ions are: 95, 96, 174, 175 176, 177.)
2.
For any BFB performance tune analyzed separately or
added to reagent water with any non-critical ions abundance ratios outside c r i t e r i a deduct 2 points for each to
a maximum of 25 points. (Non-critical key ions are: 50
75, 173.)
3.
Failure to perform a BFB tune at the 12-hour
frequency, deduct a maximum of 25 pts.
2. I n i t i a l Calibration
a.
(50 points)
For i n i t i a l calibration data for VOA or Semi-VOA with
System Performance Check Compound (SPCC) average
relative response factor (RRF) less than 0.300 for VOA
fraction (less than 0.250 for Bromoform) or less than
0.050 for Semi-VOA fraction, (15 pts. max.)
it compounds not within .criteria, both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions ( 14 )
X 15 pts = ( 0 ) pts. ded.
D-935
Number of
pts deducted
b.
For i n i t i a l calibration data for VOA or Semi-VOA with
Calibration Check Compound (CCC) percent relative
standard deviation greater than 30%, (20 pts. max.)
// compounds not within c r i t e r i a , both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions ( 25 )
X 20 pts. - ( 0 ) pts. ded.
c.
1.
72-hour Calibration Requirements for GC/EC
(15 pts. max.)
If the retention time of 4,4' -DDT i s not > 12 minutes
on packed GC columns
Number of items not within criteria ( 0
Total number of items required ( 4 )
- ( 0 ) pts ded.
2.
If the linearity of Aldrin, Endrin, or Dibuthylchlorendate
in Evaluation Mixtures A, B, and C exceeds a 10%
relative standard deviation (% RSD).
Number of items not within criteria ( 0
Total number of items required ( 6 )
= (_0
) pts ded.
3.
) x 15 pts.
If the percent breakdown for Endrin,4,4'-DDT or the
combined peaks % breakdown exceeds 20% in Evaluation Mix B.
Number of items not within criteria ( 0
Total number of items required ( 3 )
= ( 0 ) pts ded.
4.
) x 15 pts.
) x 15 pts.
If the retention time shift for Dibutylchlorendate
exceeds a 2% difference for packed GC columns (0.3%
difference for capillary column) between the i n i t i a l
standard (Evaluation Mix A) and Evaluation Mixtures B
and C, individual standards Mixtures A and B and a l l
multiresponse pesticide/PCBs analyz-ed during the 72-hour
period.
Number of items not within criteria ( 0
Total number of items required ( 4 )
= ( 0 ) pts ded.
D-936
V x 15 pts.
5.
d.
i f the pesticide standards are not analyzed in the
proper sequence, deduct 15 points.
Number of
Pts. Deducted
Failure to perform i n i t i a l calibration w i l l result in
the deduction of a l l the Quality Control points, which
equals 300.
3. Continuing Calibration (50 points)
a.
For continuing calibration data for VOA or Semi-VOA with
System Performance Check Compound (SPCC) average relative
response factor (RRF) less than 0.300 for VOA fraction
(less than 0.250 for Bromoform) or less than 0.050 for
Semi-VOA fraction, (15 pts. max.)
it compounds not within c r i t e r i a , both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions ( 1 8 )
X 15 pts. - ( 0 ) pts. ded.
b.
For continuing calibration data for VOA or Semi-VOA with
Calibration Check Compound (CCC) percent relative standard
deviation greater than 25X (20 pts. max.)
// compounds not within c r i t e r i a , both fractions ( 1 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions ( 3 8 )
X 20 pts. = ( 0.53) pts. ded.
c.
0
72-hour Calibration Requirements for GC/EC (15 pts. max.)
1.
If the retention time of 4,4'-DDT i s not > 12 minutes on
packed GC columns
Number of items not within c r i t e r i a ( 0
Total number of items required ( 5 )
X 15 pts. = ( 0 ) pts. deducted.
D-937
)
0
5 3
2.
If the percent breakdown for Endrin, 4,4'-DDT or the
combined peaks % breakdown exceeds 20% in Evaluation Mix B
Number of items not within criteria ( 0
Total number of items required ( 3 )
• ( 0 ) pts. ded.
d.
) x 15 pts.
Failure to perform continuing calibration w i l l result in
the deduction of a l l the continuing calibration points,
which equals 50 points.
Sample/Method Quality Control (150 points)
Surrogate Spike recovery (60 points). NOTE: Do not
include Method Blanks.
a.
VOA (30 pts. max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not within criteria ( 0 )
Total number of VOA surrogate compounds ( _ 1 2 ) .
X 30 pts. = ( 0 ) pts. deducted
b.
Semi-VOA (30 pts. max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not within criteria ( 2 )
Total number of Semi-VOA surrogate compounds (36 ).
X 30 pts = ( 1.67) pts. deducted.
c.
Points w i l l not be evaluated for Pesticide/PCBs surrogate
compound.
Method Blank Analyses (75 points)
Failure to perform the method blank analysis for any of the
fractions w i l l result i n the deduction of 75 points.
a.
VOA surrogate recovery (15 pts. max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not within criteria ( 0 )
Total number of VOA surrogate compounds ( 6 )
X 15 pts. = ( 0 ) pts. deducted.
b.
VOA method blank contamination (15 pts. max.).
If one or more TCL compounds are detected in the method
blank above the contract required quantitation limit
(5X the CRQL for methylene chloride, acetone, toluene,
and 2-butanone) deduct the maximum points, 15.
D-938
Number of
Pts. Deducted
c.
Semi-VOA surrogate recovery (15 pts. max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not within c r i t e r i a ( 0
Total number of Semi-VOA surrogate compounds ( 12_)
X 15 pts. » ( 0 ) pts. deducted
)
d.
Semi-VOA method blank contamination (15 pts. max.) If one
or more TCL compounds are detected i n the method blank
above the contract quantitation limit (5 X the CRQL for
phthalate esters) deduct the maximum points, 15.
e.
Pesticide/PCBs method blank contamination (15 pts. max.)
If one or more TCL compounds are detected i n the method
blank above the contract required quantitation limit
deduct the maximum points, 15.
3. Matrix Spike/Matrix Spike Duplicate (15 points)
a.
b.
Utilization of the wrong spiking concentration in one or
more of the fractions w i l l result i n the deduction of 15
points.
Failure to perform matrix spike or matrix spike
duplicate analysis w i l l result i n the deduction of
15 points.
Total number of III pts. deducted
NR
NR
2.2
IV. Reporting and Deliverables (100 points)
A.
BFB and DFTPP (12.5 points max for BFB and 12.5 points max for DFTPP)
1. Mass l i s t i n g and bar graph output submitted for each
instrument and for every 12-hour period samples were
analyzed. Deduct 12.5 points for any BFB violation
and 12.5 pts for any DFTPP violation
B.
RICs, Chromatograms, quantitation reports-, and system printouts (25 pts. max.)
1.
C.
Deduct 25 points i f any of the required deliverables are
not submitted i n accordance with the statement of work.
Mass spectra (25 pts. max.)
1.
Deduct 25 points i f any of the required deliverables are
not submitted i n accordance with the Statement of Work.
D-939
0
Number of
Pts. Deducted
D. Contractual Forms (25 pts. max.)
1.
Deduct 25 points i f any of the required deliverables
are not submitted in accordance with the Statement of Work.
Total number of IV pts. deducted
D-940
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
W A S H I N G T O N . D.C. 20460
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE A N D EMERGENCY
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT:
Distribution of Inorganic Pre-Award Performance Evaluation Scores
FROM:
William D. Langley ' & Z & * » . . A $ ^ y - ^ ^
Acting Inorganics CLP Program Manager/'"
TO:
All Laboratory Participants Under IFB WA87-K025/K026/K027
M
I have authorized the release and distribution of Laboratory scores for the Inorganic
Pre-Award Performance Evaluation Samples as determined by the CLP Sample Management
Office under Pre-Award Bid Confirmation scoring procedures. These score sheets for individual laboratories and accompanying information are being forwarded to you by Mr. Sa'ad
Masri of the Sample Management Office.
Scores in this Pre-Award Performance Evaluation Study ranged from 0 to 99.1%. Of
the seventy-five (75) laboratories participating, 38 (approximately 50%) scored at the 80%
level or better. Twenty (20) laboratories scored in the range of 60 to 79 with the remaining
17 laboratories scoring at less than the 60% level. After full evaluation of the results
submitted the 80% level was taken by the Program Office as the acceptable level warranting
further consideration. The Contracting and Program Office, however, retain the right to
consider other laboratories scoring near the 80% level if circumstances appear to warrant such
consideration.
The Contracting Office (PCMD) has been provided with a list of all laboratories
which participated in this Performance Evaluation Study and has been provided a copy of
their score sheets. Technical questions relating to the study may be directed to me at (202382-7906). Contractually related matters should be directed to Marian Bernd (202-382-3195).
Your interest in the EPA Contract Laboratory Program and analytical participation in
this Performance Evaluation Study is sincerely appreciated.
cc:
Marian Bernd,PCMD
Michael Hurd, AOB
Jim Vickery, AOB
D-942
RESPONSE
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Contract Laboratory Program
SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
September 3, 1987
TO:
All Laboratories that Submitted Performance Evaluation Data Packages for IFB
WA87-K025, K026, and K027
FROM:
Sa'ad Masri
QA Chemist
SUBJECT:
J>
Vt
.
" II V<*~
Preaward Performance Evaluation Data Scoring for IFB WA87-K025, K026,
and K027
At the request of the Inorganic Section Chief Bill Langley, the attached scoring data
are being made available to you. The attached scoring sheets and associated data are the
results of the data scoring which was performed by the Sample Management Office (SMO)
during the first two weeks of August of 1987. Scoring was performed on all data packages
that were received at SMO no later than five days after their due date.
o
Scoring Sheet
The scoring sheet is appendix A of attachment B of the IFB. It has been
modified to include the laboratory name for identification. It contains the
number of points deducted for each section and the total points deducted. In
addition a score from zero to one hundred is indicated. You will receive your
own scoring sheet only.
o
11
Confidence Interval
The confidence intervals are the windows used to determine identification,
quantification and false positives for samples K025-W1 and K025-S. The actual
numbers in the tables were used as upper and lower limits of the confidence
interval for each element except those that were indicated undetected. For
undetected elements all results that were reported or flagged for being below the
Contract Required Detection Limit were considered in control. For Silver in
K025-S a confidence interval was used for scoring. A false positive penalty was
assessed for Silver values that were determined to be outliers. Elements that were
analyzed by methods other than those specified in the Statement of Work (SOW
787) were considered out of control.
o
Spread Sheet
The spread sheets list K025-W1 and K025-S sample results for each laboratory.
In addition the method of analysis and a penalty code for each element are
provided.
Laboratory names have been coded in order to preserve
confidentiality. Each laboratory receiving these data will have their specific
laboratory code listed in the title of the spread sheets between brackets « » .
D-943
P.O. Box 818, Alexandria. Virginia 22313. Phone: (703) 557-2490/FTS-8-557-2490
2
This information is provided in order to assist you in better evaluating your
performance. If you have any questions please call Bill Langley at (202) 3827906.
Attachments
cc:
Bill Langley, AOB
Mike Hurd, AOB
Marian Bernd, PCMD
D-944
Laboratory:
VERSAR INC.
(COLUMBIA, MD)
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION (PE)
DATA SCORING
Maximum Number o f P o i n t s P o s s i b l e
— 100.
S c o r i n g System Determines P o i n t s Deducted from 100.
I.
Sample No. 1:
A.
Aqueous
Identification:
(-5 P o i n t s x Number o f M i s s e d I d e n t i f i c a t i o n s )
B.
1
5
w
n
e
r
e
y
Sample No. 2:
-
- 0.00 Pts
-
. o.OO Pts
=
- 2.00 Pts
~
- 0.00 Pts
Quantitation:
1
5
where v -
T
o
t
a
l
y
Number o f Elements - Number Missed
T o t a l Number o f Elements
False Positives:"
(-2 P o i n t s x F a l s e P o s i t i v e s )
III.
- 0.00 Pts
Identification:
(1 - y - ) x -50
C.
-
Solid
(-5 P o i n t s x Number o f M i s s e d I d e n t i f i c a t i o n s )
B.
- 0.00 Pts
False P o s i t i v e s :
(-2 P o i n t s x F a l s e P o s i t i v e s )
A.
-
v - T o t a l Number o f Elements - Number Missed
T o t a l Number o t Elements
«VIOTO
II.
- 0.00 P t s
Quantitation:
(1 - y - ) x -50
C.
-
Duplicate P r e c i s i o n
(Maximum o f 10 P o i n t s Deducted)
(-1 P o i n t x Number o f D u p l i c a t e R e s u l t s
Outside o f C o n t r o l L i m i t s )
Aqueous:
0
Solid:
0
D-945
Matrix Spikes (Maximum of 10 Points Deducted)
(-0.5 Points x Number of Matrix Spikes
Outside of Control Limits)
Aqueous: 1
Solid:
1
Reporting and Deliverables
Failure to comply with the following
requirements will result in points deducted
from the total score.
A.
Instrument detection limits determined
and submitted, with a l l Contract
Required Detection Limits met.
(Maximum of 5 Points Deducted)
B.
A l l contractual forms (I-XIII)
submitted in a substantially
complete manner.
(Maximum of 5 Points Deducted)
C.
Acceptable raw data submitted for
the preaward analys is.
(Maximum of 5 Points Deducted)
Timeliness
5 points per day w i l l be deducted, up to
5 days, for data received beyond the due
date. After 5 days, bidder will be judged
to be non-responsive.
Summary Score
Total Number of Points Deducted
Laboratory Point Score
SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE
K025-W1
|NO. | ELEMENT
I X |
1 2j
1 3 |
1 41
1 5 |
1 6j
1 7 |
1 81
19
| 10 |
|H 1
1 12 |
1 13 |
1 14 |
1 15 |
1 16 |
1 17 |
1 13 |
1 19 1
j 20 j
| 21 |
j 22 j
123 j
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
CU
FE
PB
MG
MN
HG
NI
K
SE
AG
NA
TL
V
ZN
|
|
L
|
j
j
1
j
j
|
1
|
|
j
|
|
|
j
j
j
j
j
|
|
|
1
CONFIDENCE INTERVAL
UG/L
UPPER LIMIT
LOWER LIMIT
871.4
160.6
27.93
418
17.35
18.8
3956.2
49.93
107.6
117.6
858.9
42.59
3737.2
107.5
3.82
221.24
5314
20.41
4426.5
58.76
129.8
113.1
|
j
|
|
|
j
|
j
|
|
j
|
|
j
|
|
|
j
j
|
|
1
|
|
|
602.4
27.95
12.25
335.5
10.49
7.45
2920
24.51
77.23
78.02
608.6
8.53
2762.5
78.88
2.31
153.5
664.9
10.39
|
|
|
|
j
|
|
|
j
|
|
|
|
2771.8
4.87
70.82
70.29
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
j
NOTES
|
i
1
j
|
1
|
|
|
I
|
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i
i
I
i
i
1
i
UNDETECTED |
1
I
|
D-947
SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE
K025-S
1 NO. |ELEMENT
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1
j
|
j
j
j
|
1
1
| 10 |
|H 1
1 12 |
1 13 |
1 14 |
1 15 |
1 16 |
| 17 |
1 18 1
1 19 1
| 20 |
| 21 |
1 22 |
| 23 |
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
CU
FE
PB
MG
MN
HG
NI
K
SE
AG
NA
TL
V
ZN
|
|
j
|
j
I
I
j
I
j
I
I
|
|
I
I
|
j
1
I
j
j
j
|
I
I
CONFIDENCE INTERVAL
MG/KG-DRY
UPPER LIMIT
LOWER LIMIT
25773.4
j
|
114.21
260.14
|
|
15.98
6052.5
'56.55
17.39
201.43
27285.9
732.6
4508
11884.3
0.526
39.18
3277.8
|
j
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
j
|
j
6.08
842.5
50.97
527.57
j
j
|
|
j
|
|
10401.5
'
21.19
190.4
1.62
4429.7
29.53
7.94
157.2
18848.9
491.6
2504.6
8807.1
0.026
15.91
827.1
0
108
15.1
384.31
|
j
|
NOTES
|
|
|
j
|
UNDETECTED |
|
j
|
j
|
UNDETECTED |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
j
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
j
|
UNDETECTED |
FALSE POS. |
|
j
|
|
j
j
UNDETECTED |
!
D-948
SAHPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAHPLE - (K025-W1)
«
LABORATORY CODE = I F ) »
ELEMENT
AA
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
CU
FE
PB
HG
HN
HG
NI
K
SE
AS
NA
TL
CV
>
ELEMENT
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
CU
FE
PB
MG
MN'
HG
NI
K
SE
AG
NA
TL
V
ZN
790
106
17.9
375
14.3
12.1
3670B
40.3
93.9
94.1
741
24
3500B
67.8
2.9
167
366 OB
13.3
4U
3880B
42.6
92
90.3
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
CV
P
P
F
P
P
F
P
P
ti
620B
52
14
371
12
17
3300B
31
79
89
666
42
3070B
91
2.8
160
3815B
20
5U
34Z0B
31
60
65
P
P
F
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
CV
P
A
F
P
P
F
P
P
748
105
25.8
386
12
12
3830B
35
98
103
816
30.5
3440B
92
3
196
3980B
17.9
5.1
3730B
30.9
100
102
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
CV
P
P
F
P
P
F
P
P
AF
AE
AC
AB
714
95
23
377
14
13
3473B
36
91
98
720
24
3330B
91
3
192
3350B
25
5U
3470B
32
92
98
P
F
F
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
AV
P
A
F
F
P
F
P
P
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P
F
F
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
CV
P
A
F
P
A
F
P
P
AD
741
99.6
18.1
392
12
5
3520B
33
94
93
741
23.7
3440B
96
2.79
177
3770B
10.6
6U
3630B
24.4
98
96
730
70
16
370
12
13
3100B
30
69
117
560
17
3400B
74
3.1
189
350CB
14
10U
3100B
30
90
105
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
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p
F
P
ii
P
CV
P
P
F
P
P
F
P
P
FLAG ( 6 ) = MISIDENTIFICATION
FLAG ( » } = OUT OF CONTROL
FLAG ! • ) = FALSE POSITIVE
672
103
20
354
15.A
21
34 2 OB
35.2
94.1
90
289
27.7
3190
93.5
3.2
181
3310
16
6.4U
3760B
CV
CV
49
96.fi
93
AI
AH
AG
657
104
26
397
14
13.7
3430B
40
94
101
722
24
3240
96
2.2
202
3500B
16.1
SU
11600
37
100
107
19:03 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1987
632
P
117
P
21.7
F
347N
P
10 M P
14.3
F
3210B
P
35.6
P
94.9
P
107
P
701
P
25.1
F
3370B
P
90.8
P
3.5
* C
172
P
3520B
P
15.8
F
7.7U
P
3230B
P
36.3
F
102
P
90
P
645
142
26
383
16
19 *
3550B
47
98
104
767
24
3480B
100
3.8
213
4000B
11
10
3800B
32
108
98
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
CV
F
P
F
P
P
F
P
P
6
SAHPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAHPLE - (K025-W1)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
ELEMENT
AJ
AK
887.6
* P
103.4
P
19.05
F
P
382.4
16.3
P
10.3
P
3517B
P
37.8
P
89.2
P
98.5
P
921.6
* P
19.5
F
3208B
P
91.4
P
CV
3.3
185.2
P
2449B
P
14.6
F
4.9U
P
3532B
P
25.7
F
93.1
P
94.1
P
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
CU
FE
PB
MG
UN
HG
NI
K
SE
AG
NA
OTL
1V
AL
760
P
79
P
16.1
F
391
P
14
P
13
P
3970B
P
41
P
P
92
P
111
736
P
25.7
F
4010B M P
P
99
2.8
CV
211
P
3290B
A
15
F
9U
P
4100U f P
43.8
F
93
P
132 M P
19:03 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1987
AM
630
139
22.4
374
11
7 H
3300B
42
85
127 M
722
18
2600B tt
99
2.6
164
3000U •
17.3
10U
3500B
37.5
82
117 it
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
P
CV
P
P
F
P
P
F
P
P
AN
753
P
121
P
20.5
F
352
P
13.6
P
15
P
3730B
P
46.3
P
92
P
94.8
P
768
P
21.7
F
200U • P
102
P
3.5
CV
166
P
2850B
P
15.8
F
8U
P
4260B
P
26.4
F
91.2
P
114 « P
700
P
118
F
31 * F
393
P
13.7
P
15.3
P
3700B
P
37
P
94
P
Ul
P
651
P
30
F
360 OB
P
91
P
3.2
CV
190
P
3700B
A
18
F
4.2B
F
3750B
P
31
F
88
P
360 * P
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ELEMENT
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
CU
FE
PB
MG
MH
HG
NI
K
SE
AG
NA
TL
V
ZN
AO
AP
642
91
17.6
421
14
13
3330B
29
76
64
744
247
3230B
91
2.6
160
3250B
20.5
13
2910B
44.4
79
65
it
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it
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F
F
P
P
F
P
P
P
P
P
F
P
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CV
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F
P
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F
P
P
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714
68.2
17.7
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SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-W1)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
ELEMENT
AT
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
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27.4
392
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40.3
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677
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PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-W1)
«
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ELEMENT
AL
SB
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BA
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CA
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19:03 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1987
623
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75.3
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SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-W1)
<< LABORATORY CODE = ( F 1 »
ELEMENT
BM
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
CA
CR
CO
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FE
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656
104
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324
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PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-W1)
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835
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6
SAHPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-U1)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
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L
AL
SB
AS
BA
BE
CD
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CR
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19:12 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 19S7
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6
SAHPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAHPLE - (K025-W1)
«
LABORATORY CODE = (F ) »
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AL
SB
AS
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181
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19:14 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1987
682.8
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613
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PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-S)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
ELEMENT
A
AL
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AS
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SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAMARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-S)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
ELEMENT
AL
SB
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CR
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18:35 THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1987
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SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-S)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
ELEMENT
BC
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AS
BA
BE
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16:35 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1967
BL
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PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-S)
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LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
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BM
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16:41 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1967
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6
SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-S)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
ELEMENT
BH
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SAMPLE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE - (K025-S)
«
LABORATORY CODE = ( F ) »
18:43 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1967
ELEMENT
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CO
CA
CR
CO
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FE
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UNITED S T A T E S E N V I R O N M E N T A L PROTECTION A G E N C Y
^ V'//-J
W A S H I N G T O N , D . C . 20460
FEB 12 1986
OFFICE OF
SOLID WASTE A N D EMERGENCY
Dear Sir/Madam:
Please find enclosed a copy of the Performance Evaluation Sample
Data Scoring Package which covers the results of your laboratory's
performance on the inorganic pre-award samples for IFB WA-J838/J839.
Should you have any questions regarding these results, you may
contact either Gary Ward or myself at (202) 382-7906.
Sincerely,
Debra K . White
Project Officer
Analytical Support Branch
Hazardous Response Support Division
Enclosure
D-9.6 5
RESPONSE
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE DATA SCORING
Page 1 of 4
Date
IFB WA 85-J838/J839
10/29/85
SUMMARY: MAXIMUM SCORE FOR SECTIONS I - v
TOTAL SCORE FOR SECTIONS I - V
PERCENT SCORE FOR SECTIONS I - V
I.
First Sample Analysis Results
A.
250
Points
236,^
Points
/^94.8
/
(Maximum • 90 points)
Identifications (Maximum • 10 points)
10
1. A l l parameters identified (10 pts)
2. One-two parameters not identified (5 pts)
3. Over two parameters not identified (0 pts)
B.
Quantitation (Maximum » 75 points)
67.9
Number of parameters within acceptance
windows (19) x 75/number of parameters
present in sample (21) " (67.9) pts. (Round Fractions Upward)
Parameters Outside Acceptance Window:
Parameter
Reported Value(s)
*«- py
5.2 ug/L
Acceptance Window
17.3-35.5 ug/L
C. False Positive Identifications above Contract Required
Detection Limits (Maximum =• 5 points)
1. No false positives (5 pts)
II.
2.
One-two false positives (2 pts)
3.
Over two false positives (0 pts)
Second Sample Analysis Results (Maximum =» 90 points)
A.
Identifications (Maximum
3
.10 points)
D-966
10
Laboratory
Martin Marietta Environmental Systems
Page 2 of 4
1. A l l parameters identified (10 pts)
2. One-two parameters not identified (5 pts)
3. Over two parameters not identified (0 pts)
B. Quantitation (Maximum
3
75 points)
75
Number of parameters within acceptance
windows (19) x 75/number of parameters
present i n sample (19) • (75) pts. (Round Fractions Upward)
C.
False Positive Identifications above Contract Required
Detection Limits (Maximum = 5 points)
1.
No false positives (5 pts)
2.
One-two false positives (2 pts)
3.
Over two false positives (0 pts)
III. Quality Control Requirements (Maximum
A.
3
5
50 points)
I n i t i a l Calibration Verification (Maximum • 10 points)
10
1. A l l i n i t i a l calibration verifications within acceptance
c r i t e r i a (10 pts)
B.
2.
One-two outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a (7 pts)
3.
Three-four outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a (3 pts)
4.
More than four outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a (0 pts)
Continuing Calibration Verification (Maximum • 10 points)
1. A l l continuing calibration verifications within acceptance
c r i t e r i a (10 pts)
2.
One-two outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a (7 pts)
3.
Three-four outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a (3 pts)
4.
More than four outside of acceptance criteria (0 pts)
Parameters outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a :
D-967
Na ,
•7
Laboratory
Page 3 of 4
Martin Marietta Environmental Systems
C. Preparation Blank Results (Maximum =• 10 points)
10
1. A l l preparation blanks below the contract required
detection limits (10 pts)
2.
One-two parameters present in preparation blanks above the
contract required detection limit (5 pts)
3. More than two parameters present in preparation blanks above
the contract required detection limits (0 pts)
D. Matrix Spike Recovery (Maximum • 5 points)
2
1. A l l matrix spike recovery values within acceptance
c r i t e r i a (5 pts)
2.
One-two matrix spike recovery values outside of acceptance
c r i t e r i a (2 pts)
3. Three or more matrix spike recovery values outside of
acceptance c r i t e r i a (0 pts)
Parameters outside of acceptance c r i t e r i a :
Sample(s)
J838-S
E.
Parameter(s)
Ag
ZRecovery(s)
Acceptance
Criteria
72
72-125
Duplicate Precision Results (Maximum = 5 points)
1. A l l duplicate precision results within
acceptance c r i t e r i a (5 pts)
2. One-two duplicate precision results outside acceptance
c r i t e r i a (2 pts)
3. More than two duplicate precision results outside
of acceptance c r i t e r i a (0 pts)
D-968
__5
Laboratory Martin Marietta Environmental Systems
Page 4 of 4
F. Laboratory Control Sample Results (Maximum = 10 points)
(The lab did 2 LCS.)
10
1. A l l Percent Recovery values on the LCS within acceptance
criteria (10 pts).
2. One-two Percent Recovery values outside of acceptance
criteria (7 pts).
3. Three-four Percent Recovery values outside of acceptance
criteria (3 pts).
4. More than four Percent Recovery values outside of
acceptance criteria (0 pts).
IV.
Reporting and Deliverables (Maximum «• 20 points)
A. Instrument detection limits determined and submitted
with a l l contract required detection limits met. (5 pts)
5
B. ICP linear ranges and interelement correction factors
determined and submitted. (5 pts)
5
C. A l l contractual QC forms submitted in a substantially
complete manner. (5 pts)
-5
D. Acceptable raw data submitted for the preaward
analysis. (5 pts)
5
Notes:
1. The sample results recorded on Form I will be used as they are
recorded. Any value rounded to a value outside of the acceptance
windows will be considered a miss.
2. The values recorded by the laboratory will be used as they are
recorded on Forms II-VII, unless the evaluator calculated value
is outside the acceptance criteria.
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Dupl 1 cat* outside of warning l i m i t . Value not outfitted Tor this parenater.
Indicate* an oatlnatad value.
Palso positive above CRDL.
Indicate* the value wee alther leas than th* instrument detecti on limit or tho CRDL for th* parameter.
Unidentified parameter present above th* CROL.
1
0
0
102O0 E 6039-22962
1U
a 770
461-006
430
309-400
32 •
3.2
0-19
107Q0 ,, 0912-12240
e.i. ni
. o-Ol • ••
21 U N 2.7-19.2
202 C»N
239-294
266O0 *H 7700-14449
330O0 »K 4016-6976
12290-17102
10900
7O700 EN 70749-109073
6.1-30.3
230 |»M
1 10.7-31.0
2090-123o6
•
27 U
4 I 3000-4410
3900
2.2-7.0
3.3
4.7-39.1
13 U N 390-491
420 E
W
4
O
1
of th* CI.
I
INORGANIC PREAUARO UD 04
SOIL SAMPLE Cmg/K*>
z
RR
222OO
0.1 U
064
419
1.93 U
1.1T U
104 OO
23.4
1 9 . 3 UK
204
19O00 N
0000
14900
9670O
19.6
22.9
9610
0.06
23.9
3990
4.03
11.2 U
404
10476
<39.4
614
429
<0.19
• <2.9
9266
33.3
3.49
246.0
11090
0301
10190
06907
— H
9.3 X
0761
<39
2.9
3939
<49.9 H
10.07
419.0
10406
0.937 U
930.2
391.0
CO. 03
0.6 U
11604
2 U
2 . 6 UM
7 0 . 2 »M
11010.9
11BS9
»H
14294
94000
10.400
9 0 . 6 6 6 »M
11004
0.097 U
CO.0631
3773
4.26
23.0
342.66 M
2
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
V
PARAMETER
ALUMINUM
ANTIMONY
RRSCNIC
BRR1UH
'
BERrXLIOn
CADMIUM
CALCIUM
cHRomun
COBALT
COPTER
I ROM
LEAD
MAGNESIUM
MANCAHC3E
MERCURY
NICKEL
POTASSIUM
SELENIUn
SILVER
sooton
THALLIUM
VHNAOIUM _
ZINC
T0TW?OUT
UHiDtijririEo
FflLSCjPOSITIVES
a
b
•
s
u
H
NA
H
Cl
0
<
J030/J039
•0
e
v
l
u
0 0
9390
14200
0.903 U
10 U
207 »M
— M
171 tM
412
0.707
1.61
0.292 U
9.42
1010O
9010
10.1 U
22.9
0.09 UM
CIO]
276
176 «M
9090
3930 *M
0300
0.909 UM
14200
10000 M
90000
24900 »M
16.1
21.0
30.3
19.2
6920
96.2 H
8 U
0.009 U
0.292 U . ' 31.9
3240
44.4 »H
4.96
0.292 U«M
24.9
4.04 M
412
204 «M
13
1
0
C o n f i d e n c e I n t e r v a l * C C D were n o t e a t .
CI mere d e r i v e d f r o n l a b o r a t o r y s u b m i t t e d v a l u a * .
0utli<
L e s s t h a n v a l u e s C<m>, U - v a l u a . , a a t l n a t o d v a l u e * C C M J > .
I n d i c a t e * an o u t l i e r f r o n O r u b b ' * T a a t .
'
I n d i c a t e * v a l u e d e t e r m i n e d b y Method * f S t a n d a r d A d d i t i o n
A n a l y a e d f o r b u t n o t d e t e cbad.
ts
V e l u * we* o u t e i d e t h * a c t i o n U n i t .
Paint* deducted.
Not a n a l y s e d f o r .
Duplicate outside of Marnln* U n i t .
Value not submitted f o r t h i s parameter.
I n d i c e t e s an e s t i m a t e d v e l u e .
P e l s e p o s i t i v e ebeve C R D L .
<
CC
17390
14.47
-—
M
439.94
249 •
4.99
10362
10.44
10.02
290.47
13647
4673
16133
— M
— H
21.69
— M
—- H
9.94 U
— M
9.67
22.90
024.17 M
1
0
0
7
0
1
"
00
140 OO
0.0 ue
1OO0 M
390
0.46
1 U
93 OO •
17
3.6
290
1O00O
4900 M
13000
0200O
16
9 M
7200
0.2 U
0.04
3300
3
10
400
3
0
0
MM .
136 OO
<u
e
900
432
2.3
6.3
9440
9.0
6.3
294 e
9620
0220
13700
0160O
19.4
10
10300 «H
36 e
24
3190
<16 C M
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399
2
0
0
II
JJ
*
139 OO
10 U
790 e
442
CO.711
19 e H
9640
7.7
C7.13
200
104 OO
9660
14000
9470O
20
10
13400 M
1.4 u e
16
4240
3.0
14
423
14O00
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6O6
446
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2.9
10600
7.1 •
C10J
271
10700
6220
10900
96400
19
23
2200 H
11
1.9 U
3790
7.9 H
ii
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4.7-39.1
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2 1
2
0
0
0 \
0
rejected using Orubb** Teat.
• s u b m i t t e d v a l u e s <-> M O T * n o t u * * d i n t h * c a l c u l a t i o n o f t h o C I .
fff!Il i *i:7Ji * J * *
«
• W v r l e a . than the instrument d a t e c t l . 1 U n i t
U n i d e n t i f i e d parameter p r e s e n t a b o v * t h * CRDL.
I
"
!
! • !
I
o r t h * CRDL f o r t h * p a r a m e t e r .
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INORGANIC PREAUARO UA 04 J 0 3 0 / J 0 3 9
SOIL SAMPLE Cmg/Ka)
KK
LL
PARAMETER
RLUIIHOrl
ANTIMONY
ARSENIC
BARIUM
BERYLLIUM
CADMIUM
CALCIUM
14760
l.T
770
443
0.4
2.4
11490
20
3.0
200
14090
U
10000 «H
1090 *H
U
U
10410
4
U H ,
249
10402
into
4166
33 »H
13400
10040 N
9760 *M 940200 «H
24.1
01000 *H
21
17
0120
0960
0.3
296 0
0.09
139 •
3900
3900
0.0 U»M
U «H
27
UK
409
346 h*
CHROMIUM
COBALT
COPPER
IRON
LEAD
MAGNESIUM
rvnHcnHcse
DERCURV
NICKEL
POTASSIUM
SELENIUI1
SILVER
SODIUM
THALLIUM
VAHAOIUM
ZINC
TOTAL OUT
UHIDCHTiraZO
FALSE POSITIVES
•
b
»
S
U
M
HA
M
(3
•
e
•
2
1
0
10
1
MM
HH
00
10900
22.2
603
096 «H
<1
13.0
9000
64.0 N
10 U
270
10100
0010
1360O
01000
36.0 N
23.6
7710
10 UE
12.0
4200
2.72
33.6
497
04 U 9M
11 U
963
794 »H
C2.31
CO. 21]
9340
99 H
C173 H
496 »M
14 U «H
7470 M
13200
1.0 U ON
3.0 N
36 U ON
39300 »H
4.0 U
24 U
C4490)
11 *N
C16)
722 »H
0.40 u
460
424
1.0 U
CO.29]
12400 H
40.0
4.0 U M
277
13TOO
099O
10100 M
90000
3.0 N
20.3
9120
0.40 U
2.0 U
41 BO
C4.4)
19.9
444
3
11
0
2
4
0
0
loooo
4
O
0
PP
13120
1 U
740
411
3.4
2.4
1O10O
24.6
0.0
227 M
1O06O
6700
1010O
93700
21.4
14
7360
1-U
2 U
3600
3
12
309
1
0
0
00
RR
SS
TT
UU
19200
0.69 u
720
491
1.1
CO.03)
10300
22
0.7
264
12000
0900
13600
92900
17
21
9960
CO.161
11300
69
611
403
CO.7)
14
9210
09 H
11
241
11932
9.6 UN
701
412
0.90 U
0.74 U
9904
20 E
C6.6)
241
0622
6100
12627
90614
10.a
17.4
7060
CO.00)
12 N
3440
4.4
C7.2)
337 H
19900
4.7 U
410 H
403 H
9.9
3.0
' 9640
0.6 U
14
290
10100
6290
130O0
101000
10.1
117 *H
7900
2.0 U
1.6 U
4099
4.2
39
406
1740O
Cl.l] N
703 M
1 E
3060
4.3
11
431
0
0
0
•ooo
6220
12000
02600
37 H
34 H
6060
U
0.7
3400
3.1
27
373
3
0
0
1
0
0
499
0.24 U
CO.30) N
10600
13
4.4 U H
270
1270O
7420 S H
1900O
9290O
17.4
14
93SO
0.4 IM
B.B N
B710 »H
4.2 N
El 43
394
90 X
CI b
6039-22962
a
461-606
309-400
a
0-10
0912-12240
0-01
2.7-18.2;,.
230-296
7700-14440
4016-6976
12290-17102
70749-109073
6.1-30.3
10.7-31.0
2030-12366
a
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3000-4410
2.2-7.01
4.7-39.i
390-491
3
0
0
C<rnftifMMve* I n t e r v a l s C C D Mara n o t s a t .
CI w * r e d e r i v e d f r o n l a b o r a t o r y s u b m i t t e d v a l u e a . O u t l i e r * Mere r e j e c t e d u s i n g O r u b b ' * T e s t .
Leaa t h a n v a l u e a « M > . U - v a l u e a . e s t i m a t e d v a l u e s < C M J > , and non
s u b m i t t e d v a l u e s <-> Mara n o t u s e d I n t h o c a l c u l a t i o n o f t h * C I .
I n d i c a t e s an o u t l i e r f r o n O r u b b ' a T e a t .
I n d i c a t e s v a l u e d e t e r m i n e d b y Method o f S t a n d a r d A d d i t i o n .
Analysed f o r b u t not d e t e c t e d .
V a l u e Mas o u t s i d e t h * a c t i o n U n i t .
Paint* deducted.
Hot a n a l y s e d f o r ,
Duplicate outside of Mernln* U n i t .
Valua not aubnitted Tor t h i a p a r a n * t e r .
I n d i c a t e * en o a t l n a t a d v a l u e .
P a l * * p o s i t i v e above C R D L .
fcfi**!?;.
^
» » • • « ' • » • • • • . ! « » • * • l e a s t h e n t h * i n s t r u m e n t d e t e c t ! o < l i m i t o r t h * CROL f o r t h e p a r a m e t e r .
U n i d e n t i f i e d p a r a m e t e r p r e s e n t a b o v e t h * CROL.
i
1
90 X
CI b
nurniHun
1170O
0.04 UR
641
428
AirinoNV
RKENIC
BAIUtl
DERVLLIUrl
o.oos u
cioniun
CRXiun
cmotiiun
0.009 U
13100 K
11
12
347
9200
0940
13400
0O40O
10.2
23
7130
0.009 UR
0.01 U
3040
4.1
14
939 *H
CCBRLT
CO»PER
I (OH
LERO
nioHesiun
fUNOflHESE
NERCURY
NICKEL
pirftssiun
SELEHIUI1
SILVER
s o i un
TIALLIUtl .
vrMAOiurt
ZINC
rrrnL ouff
11400
0.04 UR
431
442
O.OOS U
0.009 U
13100 K
11
11
271
9290.
3900
13900
02400
17.6
24
7130
O.OOS UR
0.01 U
3040
4.3
19
•70 «H
2
0
0
UII DENT I USED
FUSE rostnvES
2
0
0
VO
14722
1 U
640
414
tO. 61
CO. 4]
10132
9.2
11.0
299.4
11334
OOOO
14200
07020
23.77
24.0
7000
0.4 U
20.0
3100
4.0
23
410.4
0
0
0
14492
1 U
440
422
CO. 01
tO. 41
9944
12
10.a
266.0
11800
OOOO
14466
06000
22.99
20.2
7200
0.4 U
29
3340
4.0
24.2
429.4
4039-22962
441-004
309-400
0-10
0912-12240
0-01
2.7-19.2
239-294
7709-14440
4014-4974
12290-17102
79749-109073
4.1-30.3
10.7-31.8
2090-12366
8000-4410
2.2-7.0
4.7-39.1
390-491
0
0
0
a Confidence Interval• <CI> MOT. net set.
, b
S
u
^ S s t ^ ^ T ^ ^ - - :±f»^^js-u
,
Mas outside the a c t i o n 1
Unit.
F a i n t s deducted.
M Value
Hot analyzed T o r .
M Duplicate outside of Mar nine U n i t .
M
Value not subnittad f o r t h i s parameter.
a Indicates an eatiMated v a l u e .
False p o s i t i v e above CRDL.
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^
&
^
k
™
-
:
i
S
Z
i o " . ^A . " * " ™ *
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CRDL f a r t h . p a r a n a f r .
e..,
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
W A S H I N G T O N , D.C. 20460
JUN I 1 1987
O F F I C E OF
SOLID WASTE A N O EMERGENCY
To:
L a b o r a t o r i e s P a r t i c i p a t i n g i n Pre-Award Performance
E v a l u a t i o n Samples f o r IFB's WA 87-J005
Dear P a r t i c i p a n t :
Enclosed a r e copies o f your score sheet f o r the pre-award
"Performance E v a l u a t i o n Samples" f o r IFB's WA 87-J005 and the
acceptance windows.
The acceptable score f o r performance on those samples i s 830
points.
I f you wish t o have a d e b r i e f i n g , please contact L a r r y B u t l e r
at EMSL-LV.
Sincerely,
Joan F. F i s k
N a t i o n a l Organics Program Manager
Enclosure
cc:
L a r r y B u t l e r , EMSL-LV
D-980
RESPONSE
WP-1333C
VOA ONLY
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE DATA SCORING
Laboratory
IFB
M a r t i n M a r i e t t a Environmental Systems (MMES)
V o l a t i l e s only
S b O ^
#18
Date
4-7-87
SUMMARY:
150 points
f o r water
I.
Identification
a.
T o t a l number of I p t s . deducted
150 p o i n t s
for soil
6
Water
b.
p t s . awarded f o r I
II.
Quantification
a.
T o t a l number of I I p t s deducted
b.
p t s . awarded f o r I I
T o t a l p o i n t s awarded f o r I and I I , water and s o i l
III.
Quality Control
3.5
Soil
144
146 .5
150
150
591
out of
600 p t s .
300
out of
300 p t s
100
out of
100 p t s
0
300 p t s .
a.
T o t a l number of I I I p t s . deducted
p
b.
p t s . awarded f o r I I I
IV.
Reporting/Deliverables
a.
T o t a l number of IV p t s . deducted
b.
p t s . awarded f o r IV
V.
Score
a.
T o t a l number of I , I I , I I I , and I V p t s . awarded
991
out of
1000 p t s
b.
T o t a l p t s . awarded
991
out of
1000 p t s
VI.
Number of days l a t e
100 p t s .
D-981
p
IMPORTANT:
1)
P o i n t s deducted w i l l not exceed the maximum p o s s i b l e number
points.
I.
I d e n t i f i c a t i o n (150 p o i n t s f o r water sample; 150 p o i n t s f o r s o i l samples
A.
Target Compound L i s t (TCL) i d e n t i f i c a t i o n (Water
Sample = 100 p t s . max.; S o i l Sample = 100 p t s . max.).
Number of compounds not i d e n t i f i e d ( 0/0 ) X 100 p t s .
(Number of compounds i n study ( 8/8 )/10
= ( 0 > P t s . ded.
Water
So
0 /
B.
0
TCL f a l s e p o s i t i v e s (Water Sample = 30 p t s . max.;
S o i l Sample = 30 p t s . max.)
Number of TCL f a l s e p o s i t i v e s ( 0/0 ) x 3 points =
( 0/0 ) points deducted
C.
T e n t a t i v e l y I d e n t i f i e d Compounds (TIC) i d e n t i f i c a t i o n
(Water Sample = 10 p t s . max.; S o i l Sample = 10 p t s . max.)
Number of compounds not i d e n t i f i e d ( 3/1 ) X 10 p t s .
Number of compounds i n study ( 6/4 )
= (5/2.5) p t s . ded.
D.
0
.
5
TIC f a l s e p o s i t i v e s (Water Sample = 10 p t s . max.;
S o i l Sample = 10 p t s . max.)
Number of TIC f a l s e p o s i t i v e s ( 1/1 ) X 1 point =
( 1/1 ) p o i n t s deducted
T o t a l number of I p t s . deducted
2
6
:
II.
Q u a n t i f i c a t i o n of the TCL (150 p o i n t s f o r water sample; 150 p o i n t s f o r
s o i l sample)
A.
TCL q u a n t i f i c a t i o n i n c l u d e VOA
(Water Sample = 150 p t s . max.; S o i l Sample = 150 p t s . max.)
Number of compounds not w i t h i n c r i t e r i a ( 0/0 ) x 150 p t s
Number of compounds i n study ( 8/8 )/5
= ( 0/0 ) P t s . ded.
T o t a l number of I I pts deducted
D-982
0
III.
Q u a l i t y C o n t r o l (300 p o i n t s )
A.
Instrument Q u a l i t y C o n t r o l (150 p o i n t s )
1.
Tuning (50 p o i n t s )
b.
Number of
p t s deducted
BFB
(50 p t s .
1.
For any BFB performance tune analyzed s e p a r a t e l y or
added to reagent water w i t h any c r i t i c a l ions abundance
r a t i o s o u t s i d e c r i t e r i a deduct a maximum of 25 p o i n t s
( C r i t i c a l key ions are: 95, 96, 174, 175 176, 177.)
0
For any BFB performance tune analyzed s e p a r a t e l y or
added to reagent water w i t h any n o n - c r i t i c a l ions abundance r a t i o s o u t s i d e c r i t e r i a deduct 2 p o i n t s f o r each t o
a maximum of 25 p o i n t s . ( N o n - c r i t i c a l key ions are: 50,
'
0_
2.
max.)
1 7 3 , )
3.
2.
F a i l u r e to perform a BFB tune at the 12-hour
frequency, deduct a maximum of 50 p t s .
0
I n i t i a l C a l i b r a t i o n (50 p o i n t s )
a.
For i n i t i a l c a l i b r a t i o n data f o r VOA with
System Performance Check Compound (SPCC) average
r e l a t i v e response f a c t o r (RRF) l e s s than 0.300
( l e s s than 0.250 f o r Bromoform) (25 p t s . max.)
# compounds not w i t h i n c r i t e r i a , both f r a c t i o n s ( 0 ^
T o t a l number of compounds, i n c l u d e both f r a c t i o n s ( 10 )
X 25 pts = ( 0 ) pts. ded.
b.
For i n i t i a l c a l i b r a t i o n data f o r VOA with
C a l i b r a t i o n Check Compound (CCC) percent r e l a t i v e
standard d e v i a t i o n greater than 30%, (25 p t s . max.)
# compounds not w i t h i n c r i t e r i a , both f r a c t i o n s ( a t
T o t a l number of compounds, i n c l u d e both f r a c t i o n s ( 12 )
X 25 p t s . = ( 0 ) p t s . ded.
c.
Q
F a i l u r e to perform i n i t i a l c a l i b r a t i o n w i l l r e s u l t i n
the deduction of a l l the Q u a l i t y Control p o i n t s , which
equals 300.
D-983
0
Number of
P t s . Deducted
3.
Continuing
a.
C a l i b r a t i o n (50 p o i n t s )
For continuing c a l i b r a t i o n data f o r VOA with
System Performance Check Compound (SPCC) average r e l a t i v e
response f a c t o r (RRF) l e s s than 0.300
( l e s s than 0.250 f o r Bromoform). (25 pts. max.)
it compounds n o t w i t h i n c r i t e r i a , both f r a c t i o n s ( 0 )
T o t a l number of compounds, include both f r a c t i o n s ( 1 0 )
X 25 p t s . = ( 0 ) p t s . ded.
b.
For continuing c a l i b r a t i o n data f o r VOA with
C a l i b r a t i o n Check Compound (CCC) percent r e l a t i v e standard
d e v i a t i o n g r e a t e r than 25% (25 p t s . max.)
if compounds n o t w i t h i n c r i t e r i a , both f r a c t i o n s ( 0 )
T o t a l number of compounds, include both f r a c t i o n s ( 1 2 )
X 25 p t s . = ( 0 ) p t s . ded.
c.
F a i l u r e t o perform continuing c a l i b r a t i o n w i l l r e s u l t i n
the deduction of a l l the continuing c a l i b r a t i o n p o i n t s ,
which equals 50 p o i n t s .
B.
Sample/Method Q u a l i t y C o n t r o l (150 p o i n t s )
1.
Surrogate Spike recovery (60 p o i n t s ) NOTE: Do not
include Method Blanks.
a.
VOA (60 p t s . max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not w i t h i n c r i t e r i a ( 0
T o t a l number of VOA surrogate compounds ( 12 ).
X 60 p t s . = ( 0 ) p t s . deducted
2.
)
Method Blank Analyses (60 p o i n t s )
F a i l u r e t o perform the method blank a n a l y s i s f o r any of the
f r a c t i o n s w i l l r e s u l t i n the deduction of 60 p o i n t s .
a.
VOA surrogate recovery (30 p t s . max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not w i t h i n c r i t e r i a
T o t a l number of VOA surrogate compounds ( _ 6 _ )
X 30 p t s . = ( 0 ) p t s . deducted.
( 0
)
i
D-984
b.
VOA method blank contamination
(30 p t s . max.).
I f one or more TCL compounds are detected i n the method
blank above the c o n t r a c t required q u a n t i t a t i o n l i m i t
(5X the CRQL f o r methylene c h l o r i d e , acetone, toluene,
and 2-butanone) deduct the maximum p o i n t s , 30.
M a t r i x Spike/Matrix Spike D u p l i c a t e (30 p o i n t s )
a.
U t i l i z a t i o n of the wrong s p i k i n g concentration i n one or
more of the f r a c t i o n s w i l l r e s u l t i n the deduction of 30
points.
b.
F a i l u r e to perform m a t r i x spike or m a t r i x spike
d u p l i c a t e a n a l y s i s w i l l r e s u l t i n the deduction of
30 p o i n t s .
T o t a l number of I I I p t s . deducted
Reporting and D e l i v e r a b l e s (100
points)
BFB
(25 p o i n t s
max)
1.
Mass l i s t i n g and bar graph output submitted f o r each
instrument and f o r every 12-hour period samples were
analyzed.
Deduct 25 p o i n t s f o r any BFB v i o l a t i o n .
RICs, Chromatograms, q u a n t i t a t i o n r e p o r t s , and system p r i n t outs (25 p t s . max.)
1.
Deduct 25 p o i n t s i f any of the required d e l i v e r a b l e s are
not submitted i n accordance with the statement of work.
Mass spectra (25 p t s .
1.
max.)
Deduct 25 p o i n t s i f any of the required d e l i v e r a b l e s are
not submitted i n accordance with the Statement of Work.
Contractual Forms (25 p t s .
1.
max.)
Deduct 25 p o i n t s i f any of the required d e l i v e r a b l e s
are not submitted i n accordance with the Statement of Work.
T o t a l number of IV p t s . deducted
D-985
WEAMARD SAMPLE RESULTS
IFB UR-fl7-J«W/5
SOKE OUT LT 1*»/FIN«_ SCORE
U/38/S7)
SCORE OUT OF 529/OWT I ID ONLY
(4/15/67)
flttJEDus MATRIX
ANALYTE
l,lH)IOUKEIHr»E
OUMFORrl
TETRflCHiiROETrENE
ETHYLBENZENE
TIC
1-CHJROPENTftSE
ETHYLCYCLOrEXANE
rEPTALDEHYDE
TrEQ. ACCEPTANCE
CONC WINDOWS
ug/l LOWER UPPER
SB
70
70
68
—
177 • 3 60*8
5B.7 - 79.3
47.6 - 79.8
46.1 - 72.3
72
BI
62-
TrED. ACCEPTANCE
CONC UIKDOWS
un/kgLOUER IPPER
SOLID MATRIX
ANALYTE
TON5-l,aH)ICHiWIEIhBE 4428 2620 - 4598
DIBROHDCHJJROrETHANE
1768 537 - 1780
TOLUENE
3825 1260 - 4238
O-XYLENE
1375 660 - 2220
FLUORQBENZENE
CYELDrEXYL OLORIDE
D-986
3285
3264
WP-1333C
VOA ONLY
PREAWARD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SAMPLE DATA SCORING
Laboratory
IFB
Martin Marietta Environmental Systems (MMES) #18
Volatiles only
Date
4-7-87
SUMMARY:
I.
Identification
a.
Total number of I pts. deducted
150 points
for water
150 points
for s o i l
3.5
Water
b.
pts. awarded for I
II.
Quantification
a.
Total number of II pts deducted
b.
III.
Soil
144
146 .5
pts. awarded for II
150
150
Total points awarded for I and II, water and s o i l
591
out of
600 pts.
300
out of
300 pts
100
out of
100 pts
Quality Control
p
300 pts.
a.
Total number of III pts. deducted
0
b.
pts. awarded for III
IV.
Reporting/Deliverables
a.
Total number of IV pts. deducted
b.
pts. awarded for IV
V.
Score
a.
Total number of I, II, III, and IV pts. awarded
991
out of
1000 pts.
b.
Total pts. awarded
991
out of
1000 pts
VI.
Number of days late
100 pts.
D-987
Q
IMPORTANT: 1)
Points deducted w i l l not exceed the maximum possible number of
points.
I.
Identification (150 points for water sample; 150 points for s o i l samples.
A.
Target Compound List (TCL) identification (Water
Sample - 100 pts. max.; Soil Sample - 100 pts. max.).
Number of compounds not identified ( 0/0 ) X 100 pts.
(Number of compounds i n study ( 8/8 )/10
« ( 0/0 ) pts. ded.
B.
0
0
0
0
Tentatively Identified Compounds (TIC) identification
(Water Sample » 10 pts. max.; Soil Sample » 10 pts. max.)
Number of compounds not identified ( 3/1 ) X 10 pts.
Number of compounds i n study ( 6/4 )
= (5/2.5) pts. ded.
D.
soil
TCL false positives (Water Sample - 30 pts. max.;
Soil Sample - 30 pts. max.)
Number of TCL false positives ( 0/0 ) X 3 points ( 0/0 ) points deducted
C.
yjater
5
2
5
TIC false positives (Water Sample = 10 pts. max.;
Soil Sample = 10 pts. max.)
Number of TIC false positives ( 1/1 ) x 1 point =
( 1/1 ) points deducted
Total number of I pts. deducted
i
6
II.
Quantification of the TCL (150 points for water sample; 150 points for
s o i l sample)
A.
TCL quantification include VOA
(Water Sample = 150 pts. max.; Soil Sample = 150 pts. max.)
Number of compounds not within c r i t e r i a ( 0/0 ) x 150 pts
Number of compounds i n study ( 8/8 )/5
= ( 0/0 ) pts. ded.
Total number of II pts deducted
D-988
n
3.5
0
III.
Quality Control (300 points)
A.
Instrument Quality Control (150 points)
1.
Number of
pts deducted
Tuning (50 points)
b. BFB (50 pts. max.)
2.
1.
For any BFB performance tune analyzed separately or
added to reagent water with any critical ions abundance
ratios outside criteria deduct a maximum of 25 points.
(Critical key ions are: 95, 96, 174, 175 176, 177.)
2.
For any BFB performance tune analyzed separately or
added to reagent water with any non-critical ions abundance ratios outside criteria deduct 2 points for each to
a maximum of 25 points. (Non-critical key ions are: 50,
3.
Failure to perform a BFB tune at the 12-hour
frequency, deduct a maximum of 50 pts.
Initial Calibration (50 points)
a. For i n i t i a l calibration data for VOA with
System Performance Check Compound (SPCC) average
relative response factor (RRF) less than 0.300
(less than 0.250 for Bromoform) (25 pts. max.)
// compounds not within criteria, both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions ( 10 )
Z 25 pts = ( 0 ) pts. ded.
:
b.
For i n i t i a l calibration data for VOA with
Calibration Check Compound (CCC) percent relative
standard deviation greater than 30%, (25 pts. max.)
it compounds not within criteria, both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions (_12_)
Z 25 pts. = ( 0 ) pts. ded.
c. Failure to perform i n i t i a l calibration will result in
the deduction of a l l the Quality Control points, which
equals 300.
D-989
Number of
Pts. Deducted
3. Continuing Calibration (50 points)
a. For continuing calibration data for VOA with
System Performance Check Compound (SPCC) average relative
response factor (REF) less than 0.300
(less than 0.250 for Bromoform). (25 pts. max.)
fl compounds not within criteria, both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions (10 )
Z 25 pts. - ( 0 ) pts. ded.
b.
For continuing calibration data for VOA with
Calibration Check Compound (CCC) percent relative standard
deviation greater than 25% (25 pts. max.)
fl compounds not within criteria, both fractions ( 0 )
Total number of compounds, include both fractions (12 )
X 25 pts. - ( 0 ) pts. ded.
c. Failure to perform continuing calibration will result in
the deduction of a l l the continuing calibration points,
which equals 50 points.
B. Sample/Method Quality Control (150 points)
1. Surrogate Spike recovery (60 points) NOTE: Do not
include Method Blanks.
a. VOA (60 pts. max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not within criteria ( 0 )
Total number of VOA surrogate compounds ( 12 ).
Z 60 pts. = ( 0 ) pts. deducted
0
2. Method Blank Analyses (60 points)
Failure to perform the method blank analysis for any of the
fractions will result in the deduction of 60 points. .
a. VOA surrogate recovery (30 pts. max.)
Number of surrogate compounds not within criteria ( 0 )
Total number of VOA surrogate compounds ( 6 )
Z 30 pts. = ( 0 ) pts. deducted.
D-990
0
0.
VOA method blank contamination (30 pts. max.).
Number of
Pts. Deducted
"
If one or more TCL compounds are detected in the method
blank above the contract required quantitation limit
(5Z the CRQL for methylene chloride, acetone, toluene,
and 2-butanone) deduct the maximum points, 30.
*
o
3. Matrix Spike/Matrix Spike Duplicate (30 points)
a. Utilization of the wrong spiking concentration in one or
more of the fractions will result in the deduction of 30
points.
b.
Failure to perform matrix spike or matrix spike
duplicate analysis will result in the deduction of
30 points.
Total number of III pts. deducted
IV. Reporting and Deliverables (100 points)
A.
BFB (25 points max)
1.
B.
RICs, Chromatograms, quantitation reports, and system printouts (25 pts. max.)
1.
C.
Deduct 25 points i f any of the required deliverables are
not submitted in accordance with the statement of work.
Mass spectra (25 pts. max.)
1.
D.
Mass listing and bar graph output submitted for each
instrument and for every 12-hour period samples were
analyzed. Deduct 25 points for any BFB violation.
Deduct 25 points i f any of the required deliverables are
not submitted in accordance with the Statement of Work.
Contractual Forms (25 pts. max.)
1.
Deduct 25 points i f any of the required deliverables
are not submitted in accordance with the Statement of Work.
Total number of IV pts. deducted
D-991
NR
NR
COMMENTS
III.A.2
A separate i n i t i a l 5-point calibration was submitted for the low
water and medium soil volatiles.
4
D-992
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
TWIN TOWERS O F F I C E B U I L D I N G
2600 8 L A I R S T O N E R O A O
T A L L A H A S S E E , F L O R I O A 32301-8241
BOB G R A H A M
GOVERNOR
VICTORIA J. TSCH1NKEL
SECRETARY
J u l y 23, 1985
LAB ID: EL 144
Water * Chemistry * Q u a l i t y Assurance
Performance Evaluation Samples *
V o l a t i l e Organics * Study F025
MR JOSEPH ARLAUSKAS
LAB SUPERVISOR
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LAB
MARTIN MARIETTA ENV SYSTEMS
9200 RUMSEY RD
COLUMBIA MD 21045
Dear Mr. Arlauskas:
Enclosed are the attachments which summarize the r e s u l t s of the F l o r i d a
Department of Environmental Regulation Statewide Chemistry Laboratory Qual
Assurance Program PERFORMANCE EVALUATION STUDY: F025 - VOLATILE ORGANICS.
1.
2.
TABLE
STATISTICAL SUMMARY
The TABLE l i s t s by LAB ID number each laboratory which received VOLATILE
ORGANICS - F025 samples and each r e s u l t received p r i o r to the due date.
The STATISTICAL SUMMARY shows the mean, the EXPECTED value, the standard
d e v i a t i o n , the confidence i n t e r v a l s and the percent r e l a t i v e standard deviat
f o r each concentration, and the Treatment of Data wherein terms are defined.
I f there are any questions or comments concerning this Study - F025 or t h i s
Q u a l i t y Assurance Program, please c a l l Jack M e r r i t t at 904/487-2571 or wrice
Sincerely,
Jack Merritt
Chemistry Section
JM :ac
Enclosures
F i l e Reference:
cc:
T.10.B.8.dd
Protecting
Florida
D-994
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENIVRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
V O L A T I L E ORGANICS
STUDY F025
APRIL
1985
D-995
APRIL
1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OP ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORCANICS ANALYSIS
LAB ID
ELOO 1
EL003
ELOO?
rr n t n
EL012
ELO 13
EL017
EL013
EL020
EL023
EL024
EL024
EL033
ELO 3 9
EL044
EL048
EL03O
EL034
EL03 4
EL038.
EL042
EL0 7 3
EL074
ELO 78
EL037
EL088
EL 0 8 9
ELO 90
EL094
ELO 94
ELI 03
EL 1 0 8
ELI 13
ELI 13
ELI 14
ELI 18
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL127
ELI 23
EL131
EL134
EL 1 33
EL134
EL138
EL139
ELMO
ELI 43
EL144
STUDY - FO
BcoBodtehlotontthan*
Bromoto rm
( 1)
ug/ I
(2)
ug/1
< 1)
ug/ I
<2)
ug/ I
1.32
3.1 •
2.30 «
4 . 11
14.1 *
3.14
2.0?
7.7 «
3.13
7.33
23.4 *
9.01
1. 3
0.401 *
1.21
1.33
1 . 33
2. 0
1.43
4. 1
3.37
4.34
3.3?
3.38
4. 3
4 . 74
1. 4
2.04
1.43
2.00
2.00
2. 3
2.24
2. ? «
4.91
3.97
4.00
4.73
7. 7
4.12
1. 4
1. 4
0.91
I.7
1. 3
1. 0
4.
3.
4.
3.
4.
4.
2. 3
1. 3
1.43
2. 2
1. 4
1. 3
7. 3
3.0
7.78
4. 4
3. 2
3. 4
9.43 «
19.3 «
4.43 *
14.2 «
1. 3
1. 0
1. 4
2. 0
I. 4
0. 9
12.3 *
5. 3
4. 2
7.0
3. 1
3. 4
4. 9
13.3 «
2 .3
2. 9
2. 2
2. 3
2. 2
2. 0
3.08
4. 7
9. 7
3. 5
9. 2
3. 9
4. 3
9.33
0.32 «
1. 4
1. 3
i. a «
a. 3 a *
4. 4
7. 1
2. 0
2. 3
2.0 «
7. 3
8. 4
4
4
37
4
7
2
—
—
-
Mean
----
-
2.13
1. 3
3 . 20
4. 8
-ND t
0 «
2.93 «
0 «
1. 4
3. 8
1. 3
7. 0
1.44
3 0.9? «
2. 4
13.7? «
1. 4
2.0
4. 0
10 «
2. 1
1-3
7. 2
8. 4
4 13 «
4.43 «
2
139 »
13.3 »
3
<ia t
1.44
-ND t
< 10 »
9.42
4
1.31179
3.93337 _
2.07483
7.31033
I. 3
3.93
2.18
7.43
Exptctid
*
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Dtnotis
Dtnstn
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APRIL
1985
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE
ORGANICS
STUDY
ANALYSIS
Statistical
< Concentration
Parameter:
Number
Mean
of v a l u e s
used
Recovery
Summary
i n micrograms
Bromodichloromethane
per l i t e r
(1)
)
<2 )
28.0
28.0
1.31179
3.93837
Expected
Va1ue
1. 3
3.93
Standard
Deviation
.34049
1.00998
93%
Confidence
Interval
.844424
99%
Confidence
Interval
.43332
Percent
Relative
Parameter:
Number
Mean
S t d . Dev
of v a l u e s
used
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard
Deviation
- 2.17913
- 2.39023
22.3224
<1 )
Bromoform
17.0071
(2 )
2.07483
7.31033
7.43
.300097
Confidence
Interval
1.09464
99%
Confidence
Interval
. 78 4 3 76 - 3 . 3 6 5 0 3
S t d . Dev
- 3.03302
24.1031
D-997
- 7.91813
3.332 82 - 8 . S 4 4 3 1
28.0
.2.18
Relative
3.93901
29.0
93%
Percent
- F0 2S
1.39308
4.376
-
3.71105
19.0836
10.0447
-
10.9097
APRIL
1933
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORCANIGS ANALYSIS
LAB
ID
ELOO 1
EL003
ELOO?
ELO 10
ELO 1 2
ELO 13
ELO 1 7
ELO 13
EL020
EL023
EL024
EL024
EL033
EL03?
EL044
EL043
EL030
EL034
EL034
&LU
Carbon T e t r a c h l o r i d e
STUDY - FO
ChIo ro f o rn
< t >
ug/ I
(2)
ug/ 1
(1 >
ug / I
(2 )
ug / 1
2.03
3.8 •
2.70««
7 . 32
11.7 *
13.08 «
8 . ??
?. 2
13.31 «
3 1.4?
23.4
43.24
2. 2
1.37
1.43
I. ?3
1.87
1. ?
1.41
4. 2
3 . 30
10.0
4.4?
4.70
8. 4
7.31
4. 0
8.87
12.4
? . 30
3 . 70
?. 2
10.4
13
32.9
34.3 •
29.44
27.3
37.2
27.9
1. 7
1. 4
7. ?
7. 0
7.20
7. 3
4. 3
3. 3
10
7. 2
8.71
11.0
7. 3
?.3
a. 40 «
13.8 «
17.4 »
i. a
1.4?
2. 2
i. a
33
28.2
37.8
43.4
23.9
24.4
JO
EL042
EL073
EL074
EL078
EL087
EL038
EL08 ?
EL0?O
EL0?4
EL094
EL103
ELI 08
ELI 13
ELI 13
ELI 1 4
ELI 13
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL127
EL123
EL 1 3 1
EL134
EL133
EL134
ELI 38
EL13?
ELI 40
ELI 43
EL144
34.3
13
?. 1
13.? «
1. 7
3.3 «
1. 3
2. 3
1. 3
I. 7
4.48 «
4. 0
13.4 *
?. 1
11.7 «
4. 7
4. 8
7 . ??
11.2
?. 1
8. 3
12.1
33
33
41.7
37.9
4 1.0
33
32
42.4
0.34 *
1. ?
2. 4
1.7 «
3. 0
?. 3
2. 0 •
3. 7
11.4
3. 2 »
30.3
38.3
1.34
3.4 «
3 . 40
13 . ? «
S. 10
10.3
24.4
38.4 *
a. 4
—
..
__
1. ?
7. 3
a. 3
27.4
____
2.13
2 2.40 «
13.0
32.54
____
2. 0
1. 4
7. 8
7. 2
7. 3
7. 3
33
29
—
____
38 •
0.82 «
2
3 «
3.43 «
4
l?34 «
4 . ??
3
34? «
23.1
27
Ma an
1.833
7.1773 -
9.33
32 7494
Expected
Va 1 ue
1.93
7. 3
9. 0
32.23
.IK-*""
Denotes m i s s i n g di
Denotes 'extreme s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
Denotes o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
Denotes unusable data
1
APRIL 1933
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORGANICS ANALYSIS
STUDY - F0 2 5
Statistical
S umma r y
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
Parameter: Carbon T e t r a c h l o r i d e
Number of values
Mean
used
Recovery
<1 )
)
<2)
28.0
26.0
1.335
7 . 177 3
Expected
Value
1 . 93
7. 3
Standard
Deviation
.321341
1.27032
93% Confidence
Interval
1.224 1 9 - 2 . 4838 1
4.63709 - 9.66752
99Vi Confidence
Interval
1 . 02 465 - 2.6 85 35
3 . 3 9 9 3 7 - 1 0 .4 5 5 2
Percent
Relative
S t d . Dev.
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Parameter:
used
Recovery
17.7019
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 :
Chloroform
Number of values
Mean
17.3499
<1 )
(2 )
32.0
33.0
9.38
32.7494
Expected
Value
9. 0
32.23
Standard
Deviation
1.74449
6.30437
93% Confidence
Interval
5.9608 - 12.7992
2 0.3923 - 4 5. 1 0 5 9
99% Confidence
Interval
4.87922 - 13.8808
16.4341 - 4 9.0147
Percent
Relative
S t d . Dev.
18.598
D-999
19.2304
APRIL 1 ? 8 3
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORCANICS ANALYSIS
LAB ID
ELOO 1
EL003
ELOO?
ELO 10
ELO 1 2
ELO 13
ELO 1 7
ELO 1 a
EL020
EL023
EL024
EL024
EL033
EL03?
EL044
EL048
EL030
EL034
EL034
ELO 3 a
EL042
EL073
EL074
EL073
EL037
ELoaa
EL08?
EL0?0
EL0?4
EL0?4
EL103
EL 1 o a
ELI 1 3
ELI 13
ELI 14
ELI 18
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL127
ELI 28
EL131
EL134
EL133
ELI 34
EL138
EL13?
ELI 40
ELI 43
EL144
1,2-DtchIoroethane
STUDY - F0
Dlbro mo chloromethane
( 1)
ug/ 1
( 2)
ug/ 1
(!)
ug/ 1
(2 )
ug / I
1.4?
4.3 •
2.40 *
1 1 . ?7
2 1.2
24.3 *
2 . 02
3.3 *
2.43
1. 3
0.2? 1 •
1 . 7?
1.43
3.74 «
1. 3
2.37 «
1?
17.8
17.2
14.13
17.8
21.1
14.7
1. 4
2.04
2.32
3.43 *
3.00 «
2. 7
2.31
7 . ??
13.1 «
10.33
- 3. ? »
3.14
3.03
8.03
8.20
?. 2
7.38
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
ia
13 . ?
18.1
20.0
14.0
3.0 «
-._
2. 4
1. 4
1.03
2. 1
1. 4
1. 4
2.34 *
3 . ?7 «
1I . 1 «
____
1. 8
0 . ?•*
2.4 «
2.3 «
1. 4
1. 4
1.3?
24
I?
21.2
23.0
24.2
13
18
17.0
2. 3
2. 4
2. 2
2. 4
2. 1
1. 4
2.37
-ND t
1. 3
3.0 »
-ND •
14.4
22 . ?
0.34 «
2. 0
2. 3
2.73 •
2. 3 •
13.3
24.4 *
2.42
2. 4
3
2
77
3
4
4
9. 3
7 .5
5.85
7 . 3
3. ?
4. 3
**—•
____
22.4 *
„
—
_
_
____
8. 0
11.3
12: i «
12.0
7 .4
4. 7
? . 3?
__
2.7 «
8. 1
?. 4
__ _ _
4.33
10.4
__
—
—
—
—
_
7 . 3
____
1? . ?1 «
——
—
1. 7
13.3
1.3
4.44 «
23.77
3.42 «
1. 3
1. 4
14
1?
2 .i
< 10 •
1.43
1. 3
37 •
10.4
13.7
43 «
4.03 «
-ND »
3. 0
12
_ __
21 »
13.2 «
3
Kttn
1.50182
13.2313
2.12
8.17821
Expected
Val ue
1. 5
14.43
I. ?3
8.03
*
»
«
>•
>
— — —
2. 3
w
—
Denotes m i s s i n g d4t
D-1000
• eno t e s 'extr erne ' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
De no t es o u t s i d e ??*fc c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
Deno t es unusable data
APRIL 1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORGAN ICS ANALYSIS
STUDY - F023
Statistical
Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
Parameter:
Number
1,2-Dich1oroethane
(1)
of v a l u e s used
)
(2)
22.0
31.0
Mean Recovery
1.30182
18.2313
Expected
Value
1.3
16.63
Standard
Deviation.
.207494
3.33813
93% Confidence
Interval
1.09313 - 1.90831
11.6494 - 24.3132
99% Confidence
Interval
.966484 - 2.03713
9.36732 - 26.8932
Percent
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
= = = = = = = = = = = 3 = » 3 = = = 3 = = 3 =
Parameter:
Number
13.8162
a = 3 =
= 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Dibromochloromethane
of v a l u e s used
18.4196
= = 3 3
(1)
= = = 3
= = = 3 3
=
=
=
3
=
=
=
=
=
=
(2)
27.0
28.0
Mean R e c o v e r y :
2.12
8.17821
Expected
Value
1.93
8.03
Standard
Deviation
.427911
1.8756
93% Confidence
Interval
1.28129 - 2.9387
4.50204 - 11.8344
99% Confidence
Interval
1.01599 - 3.22401
3.33916 - 13.0173
Percent
Relative
S t d . Dev
20.1845
D-1001
22.9341
APRIL 1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORGANICS ANALYSIS
LAB
ID
ELOO 1
EL003
EL009
ELO 1 0
EL012
EL013
ELO 17
EL018
EL020
EL023
EL024
EL024
EL033
EL039
EL044
EL048
EL030
EL034
EL034
EL033
EL042
EL073
EL074
EL073
EL087
EL088
EL089
ELO 90
EL094
EL094
EL103
EL108
ELI 13
ELI 13
EL 1 I 4
ELI 18
EL120
EL121
EL123
ELI 27
EL 1 23
EL131
EL134
EL133
EL134
EL138
ELI 39
ELI 40
EL 1 43
ELI 44
STUDY - F023
T*trachIoroethene
1,1,1-TrIchloroethane
(I )
ug/ I
(2)
ug/ I
(1)
ug/ I
(2 )
ug / I
1 . 23
3.0 •
1.32
4.4?
12.3 «
4.94
1.00
3.3 «
1.4? «
9.23
13.4
21.30 «
0.92
1.23
1.30
1.03
1.13
1. 3
0.93
3. 3
4.32
3 . 9?
3.83
4.7?
3. 0
3.44
0.43
1. l 1
1.13
1.20
1.0?
V. 1
0.9?
7. 3
9.40
12.9
9.88
10.3
12.8
9.71
1. 2
1.2
0.97
1. 2
1. 2
1. 0
4.
4.
3.
4.
3.
3.
0.97
1. 2
1.13
1 .2
0. 9
0. 7
— —.
I1
9. 2
12.2
11.4
9. 2
8. 1
4.43 *
14.4 «
3.73 «
14 7 *
1. 1
1.0
1. 0
1 . 7*«
1. 1
1. 4
0 . 77
4. 3
4. 2
4. 3
4. 4
4.7
4. 3
4.8?
l .3
2,8 «
1.0
1. 4
1. 4
1. 2
1.41 *
0.14 *
1.4
1.8 »
0.41 •
4. 0
4. 2
--—3.21
3. 0
0.44 *
l . 1
1.8 •
4
2
?7
4
4
?
:7 »
13
18.8 *
14.4
14.2 «
I2
11
10.1
__ _
2.3 »
10.3
13.3
____
9.74
13.4
__
__
__ _
11.2
—
1.03
0 «
l . 22
1.4 *
—--_
——
—
—
—
1.9 »
3. 2
1. 1
4.14 «
2.39 «
1. 2
0.34
2 4.33 *
-- —
4. 8
3.1
38 «
0.33
1. 3
12 «
4.4?
4. 2
67 »
3.11 «
3 »
34 «
10.2.
1 1
Mean
1.14734
4.4?2?
1 .0 9333
10.9941
Expected
Value
1. 2
4.43
1.03
10.73
————
•
_
Deno
Derto
Deno
Deno
t es
te s
t es
t es
_
—
„.
28.73 «
_ __
9. 3
11
—
1. 0
1. 1
m i n i n g data
'extr erne ' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
unusable data
1
APRIL
1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE
ORGANICS ANALYSIS
STUDY
Statistical
< Concentration
Number
Mean
of v a l u e s
Recovery
Summa
i n micrograms
Parameter: T e t r a c h l o r o e t h e n e
per l i t e r
28.0
\ _ 1 4786
:
Expected
Value:
Standard
Deviation :
)
<1 )
used
12
<2 )
3 1.0
4.6929
4.63
.212801
.833448
93*
Confidence
Interval
:
.730767 - 1.36493
2.96134
99%
Confidence
Interval
:
.398831 - 1.69688
2.4136
Percent
Relative
Parameter:
Number
Mean
S t d . Dev.
•
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
of v a l u e s
Recovery
used
:
l
Value
Standard
Deviation :
:
Confidence
Interval
99%
Confidence
Interval
Relative
0
j
93%
5
3 9
(l)
24.0
:
Expected
Percent
1 8
9333
0
3
.173986
:
:
S t d . Dev
.748401 - 1.43826
.
o 3
- F023
9 2 8 9 - 1.34733
16.0963
D-1003
- 6.42446
-
6.9722
1 8 .8232
<2 )
29.0
10.9941
10.73
1.88634
7.2963
- 14.6918
6.12683
- 13.86!4
17.139
APRIL 1933
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORGANICS ANALYSIS
LAB
ID
ELOO 1
EL003
ELOO?
ELO 10
ELO 1 2
EL013
EL017
ELO 1 8
EL020
EL023
EL024
EL024
EL033
EL03?
EL044
EL043
EL030
EL034
EL034
EL038
EL042
EL073
EL074
EL073
EL087
EL083
ELO 3 ?
EL 0 ? 0
EL0?4
EL094
EL103
EL108
ELI 13
ELI 13
ELI I 4
EL113
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL127
EL 1 2 3
EL131
ELI 34
EL133
EL134
ELI 38
EL13?
ELI 40
EL 1 4 3
ELI 4 4
STUDY - F023
Trichloroethene
(1 >
U«J/ I
(2 >
ug/ 1
2.22
4.8 «
2.70
3 . 37
13.4 »
12.48
1. 4
2.3?
1 . 4?
1 . ?0
2 . 23
2.4
2 . 03
3. 2
? . ?3
4.83
7 . ?4
3.2 3
10.2
7.18
2. 3
2. 2
2.03
3.3 »
2.3
3. ? »
9. 3
8. 0
3.31
10.3
8.6
11.2
4.30 *
17.3 «
2. 1
2. ?
1. ?
3. 1
2. 3
2. 1
2.31
?. 0
11.3
12.0
12.2
?. 4
8.4
8.4?
0.24 *
2. 8
4.0 *
3.1 «
8. 3
13.3 «
_.
4.98
18.3 *
_
2.01
4.1 *
a
—
Kttn
2. 1
8.2
3.37 «
17.21 «
2. 1
2. 1
7. 9
83 «
0.34 *
2. 3
22 «
4.22 «
7.8
2.2373 1
3.94384
2.13
9. 0
a. s
Eiptc tid
V* I ue
d i
•
•*
*
D t n o t u missing
D—1004
Dinotu ' u t r i i t
s t a t i s t i c * ! outlier
Denotes o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e
interval
Denotes u n v l i l i data
1
APRIL 1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
VOLATILE ORGANICS ANALYSIS
STUDY - F025
Statistical
S umma ry
< C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
Parameter:
Number
Trichloroethene
o l values used
<i)
)
<2)
26.0
2 9.0
Mean Recovery
2.23731
8 . 9 43 8 6
Expected
Value:
2.18
9. 0
Standard
Deviation
.390697
1.70464
93V. Confidence
Interval
:
1.47134 - 3.00307
3.60476 - 12.287
99V. Confidence
Interval
:
1.22931 - 3.24331
4.34738 - 13.3438
Percent
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
17.4628
D-1005
19.0331
Treatment
1.
of Data
for a p a r t i c u l a r sample, the EXPECTED VALUE C was taken as that
concentration which the f u l l y diluted sample as prepared for analysi
would be i f the chemical(s) and D.I. water used to prepare the
solution in the ampul were pure and that concentration waa made up
accurately. However, this value was not v e r i f i e d by external
laboratories doing multiple analyses; thus, i t cannot be said to be
the 'true v a l u e .
1
2.
The EXPECTED value C was used to omit Extreme S t a t i s t i c a l
i . e . , outside of range (Cr* 2 £x^ <, C • 1.5).
3.
The Mean and Standard Deviation were calculated as:
4.
The Confidence Intervals were computed as:
Outliers,
x + 1.96 • s - - - 955 Confidence Interval, and
x + 2.58 ' s - - - 995 Confidence
5.
Interval.
Percent Relative Standard Deviation:
3 * 100
x
6.
S t a t i s t i c a l sets of data with less than six sample points ( r e s u l t s )
are not considered to y i e l d useful information. Therefore, only the
mean and the number of results used to generate that mean are
presented when less than six results were inside of the range used t
omit Extreme S t a t i s t i c a l O u t l i e r s .
D-1006
S T A T E OF F L O R I D A
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
BOB G R A H A M
GOVERNOR
TWIN TOWERS O F F I C E B U I L D I N G
2600 B L A I R S T O N E R O A D
T A L L A H A S S E E , F L O R I D A 32301-8241
VICTORIA
August 12, 1985
MR JOSEPH ARLAUSKAS
SUPERVISOR
MARTIN MARIETTA ENV SYS
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LAB
9200 RUMSEY RD
COLUMBIA MD 21045
Dear Mr. Arlauskas:
In response to your telecom request to receive an
update of the Martin Marietta Environmental Systems
Analytical Chemiistry Lab in Columbia, Maryland, please
see below.
The above-mentioned laboratory has satisfactorily performed the Volatile Organics Performance Evaluation
Tests, STUDY F025 and is approved for that category;
the laboratory has requested participation in other
categories - Trace Metals, Minerals, Pesticides, PCB's,
Total Cyanide and Priority Pollutants, but has not yet
had the opportunity to participate in these categories
as these categories have not been sent out by the
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation Statewide Environmental Chemistry Laboratory Quality Assurance Program since this laboratory requested to
participate.
If there are questions regarding the above, please
write or call Jack Merritt at 904/487-2571.
Sincerely,
Jack Merritt
JM:ac
D-1007
Protectina Florida and Your Oualitv of Life
<
^ /
!
J. TSCHINKEL
SECRETARY
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
BOB G R A H A M
GOVE RNOR
TWIN T O W E R S O F F I C E B U I L D I N G
2600 B L A I R S T O N E R O A D
T A L L A H A S S E E , F L O R I D A 32301-8241
V I C T O R I A J. T S C H I N K E L
SECRETARY
December 20,
1985
Water * Chemistry S e c t i o n * Q u a l i t y
Assurance * Laboratory Performance
E v a l u a t i o n * Results and Summary
S t a t i s t i c s * Cyanide * F029 *
LAB ID: EL144
MR JOSEPH ARLAUSKAS
SUPERVISOR
MARTIN MARIETTA ENV SYS
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LAB
9200 RUMSEY RD
COLUMBIA, MD 21045
Dear Mr. Arlauskas:
Enclosed are the attachments which summarize the r e s u l t s of the F l o r i d a
Department of Environmental Regulation Statewide Chemistry Laboratory Q u a l i t y
Assurance Program PERFORMANCE EVALUATION STUDY F029, CYANIDE:
1.
2.
TABLE
STATISTICAL SUMMARY
The TABLE l i s t s by LAB ID number each laboratory which received CYANIDE, F029
samples and each r e s u l t r e c e i v e d p r i o r to the due date.
The STATISTICAL SUMMARY shows the mean, the EXPECTED value f o r each
concentration. The standard d e v i a t i o n , the confidence i n t e r v a l s and the
percent r e l a t i v e standard d e v i a t i o n f o r each concentration i s given where s i x
or more r e s u l t s were submitted. The Treatment of Data, wherein terms are
defined, i s presented on the l a s t page.
I f there are any questions or comments concerning t h i s Study-F029 or t h i s
Q u a l i t y Assurance Program, please c a l l Jack M e r r i t t at 904/487-2571 or w r i t e .
S incerely,
Jack M e r r i t t
Chemistry Section
JM/ac
Enclosures
F i l e Reference: T . 1 0 . B . 8 . j j .
cc:
D-1008
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
CYANIDE ANALYSIS
STUDY F029
NOVEMBER 1985
D-1009
age 1 of 4
NOVEMBER 1985
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
CYANIDE SAMPLE ANALYSIS
LAB
ID
STUDY - F029
TOT CYANIDE
(1)
ug/l
ELOO 1
EL003
EL009
ELO 1 2
ELO 1 3
ELO 1 4
ELO 1 6
ELO 17
ELO 1 8
EL020
EL022
EL023
EL024
EL027
EL033
EL034
EL039
ELO 48
EL049
ELOSO
EL054
EL056
EL038
EL062
EL068
EL076
EL073
EL084
EL087
EL088
Mean
109
— —
<2)
ug/I
_ ._
327
—
— —
25 1.
164
207
13 1
180
— —
133
189
140
170.3
2 16.0
2 15.
23 6
21 0
200
19 8.
— —
13 0
330 *
— —
143
220
188.713
—
3 14.
27 1
39 1
94 *
369
— —
432
397
330
480.6
416 .
556
430
460
— —
335 .
300
580
340
440
410.149
Expected
Value
*
**
#
200
410
Denotes m i s s i n g data
Denotes 'extreme' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
Denotes o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
Denotes unusable data
D-1010
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NOVEMBER 1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF" ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
CYANIDE SAMPLE ANALYSIS
LAB
ID
EL08?
EL094
EL09 6
EL097
EL 1 03
ELI 03
EL106
ELI 08
EL 110
ELI 1 3
ELI IS
ELI 20
EL 12 1
EL123
EL126
EL127
EL129
EL 1 30
EL 1 33
EL138
EL139
ELI 4 1
ELI 42
CE L i 4 4
'EL 130
EL152
EL134
Mean
Espec t ed
Va I ue
*
**
*
Deno t e s
Denotes
Denotes
Denotes
STUDY - F029
TOT CYANIDE
(1 )
ug/ I
(2 )
ug/ 1
240
172
485
383
120
40 0
192
144
148
203
21 1
226
194
329 *
200
162
202
140
27.3 *
156
— —
180
278.8 1
200
37 3
.3 4 8
333
406
38 1
472
409
69 1 *
380
402
479
320
10.0 *
35 1
24 8
47 2
188.713
200
375
415.92
3 8U--—
"•=•4 10. 149
410
m i s s i n g data
'extreme* s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
unusabIe data
D-1011
Page 3 of 4
NOVEMBER 1983
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
CYANIDE SAMPLE ANALYSIS
STUDY
Statistical
Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
Par ame ter
TOT CYANIDE(1)
Number of v a l u e s
Mean
used
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard D e v i a t i o n
F029
)
TOT CYANIDE(2)
38
37
188.7 13
410.149
200.0
4 10.0
38.9373
69.8978
9 3% C o n f i d e n c e
Interval
112.337 - 263.07
273.149 - 547.149
99% C o n f i d e n c e
Interval
88.2031 - 289.224
229 .813 - 390.485
Percent
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
20.6437
D-1012
17.042
Treatment of Data
1. For a particular sample, the EXPECTED VALUE C was taken as that
concentration which the fully diluted sample as prepared for analysis
would be i f the chemical(s) and D.I. water used to prepare the
solution in the ampul were pure and that concentration was made up
accurately. However, this value was not verified by external
laboratories doing multiple analyses; thus, i t cannot be said to be
the true value' .
1
2.
The EXPECTED value C was used to omit Extreme Statistical Outliers,
i.e., outside of range (C * 2 <xi < C • 1.5).
3.
The Mean and Standard Deviation were calculated as:
n
2 4.
= i=»l
and
n
The Confidence Intervals were computed as:
x + 1.96 • s - - - 952 Confidence Interval, and
x +^ 2.58 • s - - - 99% Confidence Interval.
5.
Percent Relative Standard Deviation:
s • 100
x
6.
Statistical sets of data with less than six sample points (results)
are not considered to yield useful information. Therefore, only the
mean and the number of results used to generate that mean are
presented when less than six results were inside of the range used to
omit Extreme Statistical Outliers.
STATE OF F L O R I D A
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
BOB G R A H A M
GOVERNOR
TWIN T O W E R S O F F I C E B U I L D I N G
2600 B L A I R S T O N E R O A D
T A L L A H A S S E E , F L O R I D A 32301-8241
VICTORIA J. TSCHINKEL
SECRETARY
J u l y 10, 1986
Water * Chemistry Section * Q u a l i t y
Assurance * Laboratory Performance
E v a l u a t i o n * Results and Summary
S t a t i s t i c s * TRACE METALS ANALYSES *
F031 *
LAB ID: EL144
MR JOSEPH ARLAUSKAS
SUPERVISOR
MARTIN MARIETTA ENV SYS
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LAB
9200 RUMSEY RD
COLUMBIA, MD 21045
Dear Mr. Arlauskas:
Enclosed are the attachments which summarize the r e s u l t s of the F l o r i d a
Department of Environmental Regulation Statewide Chemistry Laboratory Q u a l i t y
Assurance Program PERFORMANCE EVALUATION STUDY F031, TRACE METALS:
1.
2.
TABLE
STATISTICAL SUMMARY
The TABLE l i s t s by LAB ID number each laboratory which received TRACE METALS
ANALYSES, F031 samples and each r e s u l t received p r i o r to the due date.
The STATISTICAL SUMMARY shows the mean and the EXPECTED value f o r each
c o n c e n t r a t i o n . The standard d e v i a t i o n , the confidence i n t e r v a l s and the
percent r e l a t i v e standard d e v i a t i o n f o r each concentration are a l s o given. The
Treatment of Data, wherein terms are d e f i n e d , i s presented on the l a s t page.
I f there are any questions or comments concerning t h i s Study-F031 or t h i s
Q u a l i t y Assurance Program, please c a l l Jack M e r r i t t at 904/487-2571 or w r i t e .
Sincerely,
Jack M e r r i t t
Chemistry Section
JM/ac
Enclosures
cc: F i l e Reference: T.10.B.8.11.
D-1014
Protecting Florida and Your Quality of Life
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS ANALYSES
STUDY F031
May
1986
Pig*
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1 of 23
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
ELOO 1
EL003
EL009
ELO 1 0
ELO 1 2
ELO 1 3
ELO 1 4
ELO 1 4
ELO 1 7
ELO 1 a
ELO 1 9
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL023
EL023
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL03?
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
EL030
EL054
EL033
EL 0 3 6
ELO S 8
EL042
EL064
EL 0 a 3
EL048
EL069
EL070
EL072
EL074
EL070
EL07?
EL08 1
EL083
EL084
EL083
STUDY - F03 1
ARSENIC
ALUMINUM
(1 )
ug/L
<2)
ug/L
448.4
457
542 .
5 16
572
480 .
84 1
773.3
30.7
83 . 1
108 .
71
38.0
93 .
— —
3 7.4
68.7ft
10 6 0
710
6.6 *
13.7 «
1120
980
901
741
1034
1060
732
80S
78.3
83.0
36 . 4
90 . 4
77 . 8
72
88
432
454
444 .
500
548
350
430
(I )
ug/L
<2)
ug/L
1000
1130.
1020
748
920 .
780
970 .
-— 1040
1083.1
800 .
.
303
487.0
973
740
1030
770
77 . 7
87.9
450
474 .
038
1024
923
977
977
944
490
7 7.4 . 5
740
724
392
748
77 . 7
80.04
94
88
97
404
453.3
430
430
54 1
.
949.0
731.0
83 . 0
451.0
1210 .
1 1 SO
810 .
887
83.5
93
495 .
452
1043
732
88.5
45 1
1000
1100
943
1 120
1202
1030
720
720
843
809
824
810
100
87
83.0
9 1.3
82.76
73.5
400
440
430
474
449
443
Mitn
1024.71
770.344
86.4317
483.239
Expected
Value
1074
815
84.1
468
*
**
*
,Denotes m i s s i n g data
Denotes 'extreme' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
Denotes o u t s i d e 77% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
Denotes u n u s a b l e
19 86
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
STUDY
ALUMINUM
- ro3i
ARSENIC
(1 )
ug/L
<2>
ug/L
<1 >
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
900
910
1034
1040
1120
1100
1098
650
610
766
880
892
800
815
1040
1100
810
890
883
749«»
434
836
10 4 8
1100
1000
1110
932
1140
1060
893
994
1090
913
33.75 «
281.8 •
SOS
850
725
8 10
892
500**
734
655
747
820
---1440 *
10.7 «
198.6 •
1120
314
525
518
613
314
452
550
497
333
580
464
424
460.6
420
_
494
460
640
456
3 44
158 *
491
445
443
•» _ — _
•> _ * .
447
25.0 *
439
___
500
961
1003
1030
743
850.0
788
87
96
93 . 4
49.9**
90 . 5
90
88
100
90
93.0
84
118.6**
78 . 4
-—
33
77 . 9
24 *
87 . 3
86 . 7
30 •
83
94.8
86.4
. ———
- . ——
8 1.0
3.0 *
233 •
____
95 . 4
79
95.33
85
73 . 4
1000
990
500**
740
688**
1110
1040
440
704
770
1130
89 1
1082
795
M* an
1024.71
Expectad
Value
1074
EL088
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
EL104
EL103
EL106
EL107
EL108
ELI 10
ELI 1 1
ELI 13
ELI 13
117
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL124
EL127
EL129
ELI 30
EL133
ELI 34
EL133
EL134
EL137
EL138
ELI 39
EL141
EL142
ELI 44
EL143
ELH4
ELI 48
EL150
EL131
EL132
EL134
EL160
ELI 61
EL142
EL144
*
•*
•
—
110
82.1
84
6 •
81.9
81.7
41 3
555.3
455
442
•—__
429 .
_ _
490**
404
470
80 *
330
527
770.344
86 . 4517
483.23
81 5
84.1
468
4 3.4
——
Denotes
Denotes
Denotes
Denotes
m i s s i n g data
'extreme ' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e Inter**1
unusable d 4 t
* D-1017
MAY
Pag* 3 of 25
19 8 6
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
STUDY - F031
TRACE METALS
S t a t i s t i c a l Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
)
ALUMINUM(2)
Parameter
ALUMINUM(1)
Number of v a l u e s used
62
61
Mean R i c o v t r y :
1024.71
770.344
Expected
1074.0
815 . 0
96 . 0719
88.0844
Value
Standard D e v i a t i o n :
95** Confidence
Interval
836 .41 - 1213.01
597.699 - 942.99
99% Confidence
Interval
776 . 846 - 1272.58
343.086 - 997.602
11.4344
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
9.37551
Parameter
ARSENIC (1)
Number of v a l u e s used
64
66
Mean
86.4317
483.239
Recovery
ARSENIC (2)
Expected
Value
84 . 1
468.0
Standard
Deviation :
10 . 1658
68.0734
93% Confidence
Interval
66.3267 - 106.377
349.811 - 616.667
99% Confidence
Interval
60.2239 - 112.679
,3 07.603 - 658.874
Percent
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
11.739
D-1018
14.0873
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
STUDY - F03 1
BERYLLIUM
ELO 0 1
EL003
EL009
ELO 10
EL012
EL01 3
EL014
CADMIUM
(1 >
ug/L
<2>
ug/L
(1 )
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
112
104
137 .
113
153**
109 .
_
834
905
842 .
920
1490 *
920 .
393
371.8
385
530.**
393
326
322 .
104
92.4
90.1
121 . *«
92
93.1
92 .
114
998
96
850
404
4 11.7
370
365
92.3
102.8
90
83
103
107
1050
920
126
11 6
10 0 0
1010
94
90 8
11 1
944
138
110.6
108
106
110
99 2
1036
960
897
914
117.0
1010 .
368
35?
382 .
428
396
41 1
89 *
398
387
398 .
362
352
379.0
390
378
358
288
____
- -- 330 . 0
392
---433
394
393
pr A u
tl im U 1 ©
EL017
ELO 1 8
EL019
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL023
EL028
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
EL030
EL0S4
EL033
EL036
EL038
EL062
EL044
EL045
EL048
EL069
EL070
EL072
EL076
EL073
EL079
EL081
EL083
EL084
EL083
117
931
130
130
133
303 •
1100
1000
685**
930
340
390
292
3.0 *
422
410
84
92 . 0
84.7
93.2
93.7
87
394 *
94.3
99.8
90.7
74
720 *
121.7**
90
92.3
92
33.4 *
_
-_-77.0
83
—— —
113
78
90 . 9
.
30
88
78 . 0
8.8 *
101
92
Mean
114.706
942.031
386.437
92.1427
Expected
Value
11 1
931
39 1
90 4
*
**
tt
7 8 0.
Denotes missing data
Denotes 'extreme' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
Denotes outside 9?* cgni^lQdjegice i n t e r v a l
Denotes unusable data
MAY 1
Pag* 5 of 23
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMI3TRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
STUDY - F03 1
CADMIUM
BERYLLIUM
LAB IO
EL088
EL08?
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
EL104
EL103
ELI 04
ELI 07
EL108
ELI 10
ELI 1 1
ELI 13
ELI 13
11 7
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL124
EL127
ELI 29
EL130
ELI 33
EL134
ELI 33
ELI 36
ELI 37
ELI 38
EL13?
EL141
ELI 42
ELI 44
ELI 43
ELI 44
ELI 48
EL130
ELI 3 1
EL132
EL 1 34
ELI 60
EL161
ELI 42
ELI 44
(I)
ag / L
(2)
ug/L
< 1)
ug/L
(2 )
ug/L
113
103
108
99 . 0
222 *
110
1 10
990
930
93 1
735
1700 *
940
820
11 1
114
963
960
11 7
181 •
199 *
1002
100
112
930
990
120
114
105 1
918
112
113
1 10
1140
967
97 1
415
413
360
379
418
390
400
350
385
385
372
380
408
380
396
395
403
343
413
463
408
360
368
372
130
400.0 «
928.6
930.0
338
130.0 «
347.3
110
100
81
9? . 0
102
90
92
94
38
90.5
84
100
37.7
90
92
90 . 0
90.9
80
90.8
128**
90.4
8 1.4
8 9.3
8 4.3
————
85
33.0 *
80.3
1I0
928
413
11 1
108.4
11 2
___
954
921.0
941
—
9 1.9
— —
91
92.93
87
89.0
83
94 .
87
78
92 . 3
90
102
124**
87.0
85
—
93
930
142
90.0
127.4
906
040
979
390
396.3
390
394
347
393 .
374
340
387
400
397
544**
370
345
Main
114.706
9 42.031
384.437
92.1427
E i p t e t ed
Va 1 u*
11 1
95 1
39 1
90.4
*
**
•
_
Oinotn
Denotes
Denotes
Denotes
_
missing data
'extreme* s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
outside 99% confidence interval
unusable daQ-al020
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1986
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
STUDY - F0 3 1
Statistical
Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms p«r l i t e r
)
Parameter
BERYLLIUM(1)
Number of values used
49
51
Mean
114.706
942.03 1
Recovery
BERYLLIUM(2)
Expected
Value
111.0
931.0
Standard
Deviation
12.5332
83.0123
95% Confidence
Interval
90.1411
99% Confidence
Interval
02 . 3706 - 147 . 042
Percent R e l a t i v e
S t d . Dev
-139.271
10 . 9263
779 . 327 - 1 104.74
727.86 - 1136.2
8 . 81205
isaaBsasaasniKaaaaxa
Parameter
CADMIUM (1)
Number of v a l u e s used
78
76
Mean
386.437
92.1427
Recovery
CADMIUM (2)
Expected
Value
391.0
90 . 4
Standard
Deviation
38.4653
10.28 78
95% Confidence
Interval
311.045 - 461.829
71 . 9785 - 1 1 2. 307
99% Confidence
Interval
287.197 - 483.678
65.6001 - 118.685
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
9.95384
! — = M SZ 23 :
D-1021
11.1651
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
STUDY - F031
TRACE METALS
COBALT
CHROMIUM
LAB ID
<1 )
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
(1 )
ug / L
(2)
ug/L
73
68 . 9
31.7
77 . 7
36
3.4? «
46 . 2
952
889.2
902
1070 .
880
7.15 *
624.«*
723
967 . **
75 1
700
778 .
277
322
301
280
298 .
3 3.4
66.88
40
630 *
879
874.9
910
1080
72 4
293
340
293
73
5 0.0
43.7
72.4
39.4
59
69
56.2
54.6
7 1.3
55
6 1.2
104.4 •
66
68.0
84
60.2
936
843
985 .
907
928
890
930
906
9 18
?07 .
7?5
1013
835.0
952
1000
940
806
700
683
868 .
738
BOO
660
930
3ao
771
304
71 8
753.0
740
835
739 .
692
-— -
296
302.9
280
336
307
234
8 0.0
743.0
758.0
3 13.0
65.0
77
907 .
986
7 3 0.
794
306 .
319
66.8
6?
30
65
63.9
6 1.9
68.1
72
?4?
94?
920
870
900
828
948
1030
— —
729
290
740
720
743
27.8*
260
280
275
59.4 *
— -—-——
—
Mtin
64.8247
910.159
7 3 3.467
292.84
Expec ted
V* 1 ue
66.2
916
762
303
ELO 0 1
EL003
EL009
ELO 1 0
EL012
ELO 1 3
ELO 14
ELO 16
EL017
ELO 1 8
ELO 1 9
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL025
EL028
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
EL030
EL034
EL033
EL036
EL030
EL062
EL064
EL063
EL068
EL069
EL070
EL072
EL076
EL078
EL079
ELOO 1
EL083
EL004
EL083
aa.= i s a a a . J . a a 3 a a a a . 2
*
*•
»
Denotes m i s s i n g data
Denotes 'extreme
s t a t i s t i c a l ou tI 1e r
Denotes o u t s i d e ?9«aoclog»22dence i n t e r v a l
Denotes u n u s a b l e da ta
273
398 . **
287
300
384
312
Pag* 8 o l 25
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
STUDY - F0 31
CHROMIUM
COBALT
(1 >
ug/L
(2 >
ug/L
(1 )
ug/L
<2>
ug/L
EL088
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
ELI 03
EL104
ELI OS
ELI 06
ELI 07
ELI 08
ELI 10
ELI 1 1
ELI 13
ELI 13
117
EL120
EL121
EL123
ELI 26
ELI 27
ELI 29
EL130
EL133
ELI 34
ELI 35
EL136
CL1 37
ELI 38
E H 39
EL141
EL142
ELI 44
EL 1 45
ELI 46
EL 1 4 8
EL1S0
EL1S1
EL 1 5 2
ELI 54
ELI 60
EL161
ELI 62
EL164
78
63
82
62.7
69.8
70
71
71
45
72
44
60.5
10 4' «
765
730
732
730
808
720
755
243
260
289
280
288
290
275
436**
847
742
808
747
171»*
351
307
209
282
65
67 . 9
100 *
65
63 . 9
80
73 . 5
76 . 9
65 . 3
60.7
915
958
867
860
938
950
1030
800
1016
1016
1027
609 . 3**
940
1210**
91 1
91 8
725
830
904
945
1020
903
869
893
787
760
31 1
303
263 *
761
638 *
298
303
322
2 80
297
100 *
178.6 *
37 . 8
922
357.0 «
872
1 83* »
230.8
300
63 . 0
885
8 22
350.0**
67?
— —
744
69
56.10
70
34.8
63
70 . 3
84
80
38
34
70
68 . 5
72
932
966.3
922
966
89 «
939 .
862
107 «
324**
870
943
1010
920
776
300
7 90
310
---———_
----
M* an
64.8247
Expected
Value
66.2
*
**
•
Otnotii
Dinotn
Dinotn
Denotes
333
783
708
739
28 8
80 0
- --868
766
736 . 1
—
300
_— _
340
—
343
297
305
910.159
755 . 447
292.8'
91 6
762
303
644
m i s s i n g data
' i i t r i m t ' s t a t i s t i c a l out 1i * r
o u t s i d e 99% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e t v a 1
u n u s a b l e d 4 t . D-1023
—•
——
MAY
Page 9 of 25
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
STUDY - F0 31
TRACE METALS
S t a t i s t i c a l Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
)
CHROMIUMC 2)
Parameter
CHROMIUM(1)
Number of values used
72
76
Mean
64.8247
9 10.159
Recovery
Expected
Value
66.2
916.0
Standard
Deviation :
10.5082
9 9.9527
95% Confidence
Interval
44.2286 - 85.4208
7 14 . 252 - 1 106.07
99% Confidence
Interval :
37.7133 - 91.9358
652 .281 - 1 1 68 .04
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
;
= i = i : 3 3 i 3 : = 3
i = = - 3 ' = 3 =
=
10.9819
16.2102
3 3 » - :
COBALT
<1)
COBALT
(2)
Parameter
58
58
753.467
292.84
762.0
303.0
Number of v a l u e s used
Mean
Recovery
Expected Va1ue
78.6212
. 38.0665
Standard D e v i a t i o n :
95% Confidence
Interval
99% Confidence
Interval
601.37 - 909.563
218.229 - 367.45
532 . 624 - 938.31
194.628 - 391.051
10.407
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
D-1024
12.9991
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
STUDY - F031
COPPER
IRON
(1 )
ug/L
<2)
ug/L
(1 )
ug/L
(2 >
ug/L
447
673.6
628
642 .
666
730
638 .
108
106.2
103
104 .
107
120
108 .
980
1004
1000
1230 .
1130
1 140
1100.
676
393.0
650
703
108
101.3
100
110
1419
1430
1460
1690 .
1571
1600
1623 .
_
1437
1675
2040**
1640
668
660
71.8 »
6?5
713
680
670
704
676
683 .
676
795
643.2
669
713
699
689
106
103
1032. *
106
133
109
102
109
110
112.
112
11 3
108.5
102
115
11 0
97.1
768.0
621
671 .
666
746
673
706
640
620
690
23.5 *
723
750
— -117.0
92
95 . 3
11 5
1 18
11 1
118
110
99
100
122
11 4
114
1 980 . «*
1480
1520 .
1460
1440
1527
___
1230 .
1070
1030 .
1180
1029
1110
1300
1300
1500
599 *
1500
1800
8S0
1100
1000
740**
11 00
1200
Main
686 .23 1
109.604
1541.3?
1097 7"
Expected
Value
694
11 0
1558
1120
EL001
EL003
ELOO?
EL010
EL012
EL013
EL014
EL014
EL017
EL018
EL019
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL023
EL028
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
EL030
EL0S4
EL033
EL036
EL038
EL062
EL044
EL043
EL068
EL049
EL070
EL072
EL074
EL078
EL079
EL081
EL083
EL084
EL033
*
**
»
1410
1460
1069
1266.5
1520**
1250
—
1180
1060
1443
1520
1520
1578
1343
1629
1520 .
1392
1418
1492
1502
1570
1430
1280
1015
1 180
1130
1044
980
1085
1030 .
1043
1376**
1140
1074
1133
978
828
~«•
<V »
Deno t as
Denotes
Dano tas
Denotes
—
«
—
mls a i n g da ta
'extreme
outlier
o u t s i d e 9 9% c o W i y i r f c e i n t e r v a l
unusable data
MAY
19 86
Pag* 11 of 23
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
S
TRACE METALS
EL088
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
EL104
EL103
ELI 06
EL107
EL108
ELI 10
ELI 1 1
EL 11 3
ELI 13
117
EL120
EL121
EL123
ELI 26
EL127
EL129
EL130
EL133
EL134
EL135
EL136
ELI 37
EL138
EL139
EL141
EL142
ELI 44
EL 1 4 5
EL146
EL 1 4 8
ELI 50
EL151
ELI 52
EL 1 5 4
EL160
ELI 6 1
ELI 62
EL 1 64
U
D
"
(1)
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
(1 )
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
690
699
658
624
699
670
711
650
600
675
685
720
698
660
676
686
680
700
688
9 12»«
674
660
712
683
120
108
110
104
11 1
1 10
118
92
97
110
104
90
108
1333
1620
1498
1430
100 *
1300
1638
1430
1320
1310
1333
1480
1460
1410
1343
1600
1300
1340
1570
1630
1520
1760
1471
1500
1120
1110
1063
1020
107 *
1100
1019
1050
1100
1085
1119
1060
1060
1000
1113
1130
1100
1085
1130
1180
1110
1005
1003
1090
no
108
109
112
110
11 1
138««
113
102
108
110
630
800.0
672
155««
330.0 *
108
1580
205.9 «
1486
1223
412.0
1090
702
103
1590
1100
705
674.9
751
696
681
650 .
674
696
71 6
690
682
638
666
689
113
109.6
112
98.7
110
108.
113 .
108
11 4
103
11 2
103
107
113
1540
1492
1600
1580
1510
160 . *
1493
410 *
1510
1680
1473
1700
1580
135 1
1160
1101
1150
1250
1000
116.
1103
1200
1120
1160
1089
1260
1120
966
Hun
686.23 1
109 . 604
1341.39
Eiptcted
Value
694
MO
1358
•
««
•
*
IRON
COPPER
LAB ID
T
Oinotti
Oinotts
Danotii
Denotes
m i s s i n g data
'iitciD*
s t a t i s t i c a l outlier
o u t s i d e 99* c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
u n u s a b l e Ca-4jaQ26
1
1097.73
1120
Pag* 12 of 25
MAY
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
STUDY - F0 3 1
S t a t i s t i c a l Summary
< Conctntra11 on i n micrograms per l i t e r
)
Parameter
COPPER
Number of values used
81
81
Mean
686.231
109.604
Expected VaIue :
694.0
110.0
Standard
44.7835
10.2085
Recovery
Deviation
(1)
COPPER
(2)
95% Confidence
Interval
398.453 - 774.006
89 . 5949 - 129.6 12
99% Confidence
Interval
570.689 - 801.772
83.2656 - 135.942
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
6.52602
9.31406
a a a 3 z s i a s 3 3 l i : 3 i : : a s s a » 3 s a
Par am* ter
I RON
Number of values used
76
78
Mean
1541.39
1097.75
Recovery
(1)
I RON
Expected
Va1ue
1358.0
1120.0
Standard
Deviation
120.317
10 7.821
(2 )
95% Confidence
Interval
1 305 . 57 - 1777 . 22
886 .42 - 1309.08
99% Confidence
Interval
1230 .98 - 1851.81
81 9 .57 1 - 1 373 . 93
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
7.8057
D-1027
9.82202
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFdRMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
MANGANESE
LEAD
LAB ID
(1 )
ug/L
(2 )
ug/L
678
667.7
763
940
812
810
800 .
213
201.3
242
323**
236
295
246 .
259
232.1
200
280
504
495.2
526
654 .
563
600
553 .
---559
523.9
590
582
370 . «
21 3
454 . «
236
266
218
251
266
185
25 1.
240 «
501
713 . **
540
622
520
538
572
SIS
579 .
294
266.5
246
273
239
273
620
43? . 6
339
3S0
346
342**
(2)
(1 )
ug/L
ug/L
260
187 .7
232
291 .
260
300
248 .
EL001
EL003
EL009
ELO 10
ELO 12
ELO 13
ELO 14
ELO 1 ft
EL017
EL018
EL019
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL023
EL028
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL04?
EL030
EL034
EL033
EL056
EL038
EL042
ELOft4
EL063
EL04B
EL049
EL070
EL072
EL076
EL078
EL079
EL081
EL0S3
EL084
EL0S5
2 13.0
190
243 .
296
270
263
372.0**
670
530 .
623
580
574
250
240
240
23 1
23 1
330
320
330
340
308
247
232.0
840
272
794
739
886 .
821
834
770
771
75?
862
731 .
773
793
943.4
804
830
779
703
242
234
275 .
250
260
260
229
239
264
247 .
242
265
223.0
262
260
21 1
170**
—
————
————
—
—
734.0
233.0
843
640
793
2 6 4.
266
190
253
770
780
800
49.8 *
791
820
240
230
235
72.2 *
240
250
—'
249.85 1
Ezpec tad
Va 1 ua
250
33 1 . 3 0 5
794.846
245.74
334
803
232
a;£asa.saa-.3a.aaaa
a a a aa
«
————
768
854 . 0
—~ ~
Mean
*
**
STUDY - F0 3 1
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
m i s s i n g data
'ant rem*
s t a t i s t i c a l ou t I i a r
o u t s i d e 99flk-£e28id«nc* i n t e r v a l
u n u s a b l e data
Page 14 of 25
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB
ID
STUDY - F03 1
LEAD
MANCANESE
(1 )
ug/L
<2>
ug/L
(1 )
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
EL088
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
EL104
ELI OS
ELI 04
ELI 07
EL108
ELI 1 0
ELI 1 1
ELI 13
ELI 13
11 7
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL124
EL127
ELI 29
EL130
ELI 33
EL134
ELI 35
EL134
E H 37
EL13S
EL139
ELI 4 1
EL142
ELI 44
EL145
ELI 46
EL 1 4 8
ELI SO
EL1S1
EL 1 5 2
ELI 54
EL160
ELI 6 1
ELI 62
ELI 64
304
241
241
228
265
260
248
210
220
250
228
250 . 1
232
270
255
232
240
310
2 6.2
342**
2S5
245
235
250
2 3 6. 3
560 . 0 «
244
237
252
256 . 2
230
242
500 •
242
240
259
213
230
223
269
263
236 . 8
573
326
333
464
382
370
389
340
522
535
483
584 . 9
562
640
566
563
51 0
644
577
738**
SS2
550
530
559
840
785
737
769
736
800
835
790
787
802
807
862
803
230
237
250
233
237
230
234
230
244
256
241
26 1
255
794
809
830
757
800
978
847
794
744
765
243
237
247
2 34
243
321**
247
239
216
242
377
440 . 0
510
799
212.5 «
780
317
804
260
104.2 *
243
• ——
243
SS8
57 1 . 2
352
333
243 *
320
347
308
473
360
529
623
571
583
790
786.8
8 13
811
247
231.7 .
25 1
267
77 1
243
498**
812
800
770
1060**
747
714.7
142**
250
230
243
36 1**
241
221
Mean
249 . 851
551 . 303
794.846
245.747
Espected
Valua
250
536
803
252
*
*a
•
Deno tes ni s s i ng data
Deno tes ' e a t r erne' s t a t 1 s t l e a l o u t l i e r
Deno tes o u t s i d e 9 9% c o n f i d e n c e i n t e r v a l
Deno tes unusabI a d a t a _
D
1029
MAY
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
STUDY - F0 31
TRACE METALS
S t a t i s t i c a l Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r >
.sa&aasasi
(1)
LEAD
Parameter
LEAD
Number of values used
76
78
Mean
249.85 1
551.305
250.0
556.0
27.05 14
60.3324
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard D e v i a t i o n :
<2>
95* Confidence
Interval
196.83 - 302 . 872
433.054 - 669.556
99% Confidence
Interval
180 . 059 - 319.644
395.648 - 706.962
Percent
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
10.827
10.9436
i=aaas:
MANGANESE(2)
Par ame ter
MANGANESE(1)
Number of v a l u e s used
74
75
Mean
794.846
245.7 47
803.0
252.0
71.4103
28.8186
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard D e v i a t i o n :
95% Confidence
Interval
654.882 - 934.81
99% Confidence
Interval
610.607 - 979.084
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
8.98418
D-1030
189.262 - 302.23 1
,171 . 395 - 320 .098
11.7269
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
STUDY - F0 3 1
MERCURY
NICXEL
(1 )
ug/L
<2)
ug/L
(1 >
ug/L
<2>
ug/L
6.38
7.61
3.18
7. 3
6.21
4. 3
27.14
22.9
18.8
25
23.5
14.7
277
222 . 2
276
237 .
288
280
283 .
163**
112.3
123
106 .
122
1 IS
120.
7 .33
8.36
10.3 «
26.90
7. 4
8.8 •
278
352
220
3 10
117
15 8
70**
140
7.14
6. 3
3. 9
4.47
7.89
4. 2
9. 2
3.01
6.39
7 .34
6. 3
7.08
6.39
8. 1
3 . 73
3. 1
3.04
2 3.7
19.1
30.5
20.9
24 . 9
14.1
29
22 . 9
23 . 4
25 . 1
23 . 8
24.0
23 . 2
24 . 2
20.7
18.3
20.2
— --
294
260
1181. •
260
276
284
323
280
293
289 .
___
329
307.0
282
323
301.
314
106
110
32.8 *
1 19
11 4
11 6
126
11 0
128
118.
127
140.8
11 5
135
128
10 6
5.90
1 *
22 . 0
IS
_ ___
278.0
122.0
4 8
13.2
9.13
9.13
24
_
17.8
31
18.7
18.0
28.7
2 4 4.
321
270
286
281
400««
270
295
304
298
380**
94 .
208 •
98
119
121
10 0
11 0
12 0
128
128
120
Moan
6 .4476 1
22.2644
288.828
113.77
Espec tad
Valua
7. 1 9
24.0
288
121
ELOO 1
EL003
EL009
EL010
EL012
EL013
EL014
EL016
EL017
EL018
EL019
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL023
EL028
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
EL030
EL0S4
EL033
EL056
EL058
EL062
EL064
EL065
EL068
EL069
EL070
EL072
EL076
EL078
EL079
EL081
EL083
EL084
EL08S
*
**
ft
4. a
10
5 . 84
a. s
—
Danotas m i s s i n g da ta
Danotas
as t rama • s t a t i s t i c a l out l i a r
Danotas ou t s i da 99* ©ntfOiince i n t e r v a l
Dano t as unusab1 a data
1
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB
STUDY -
NICKEL
MERCURY
ID
F03 1
(t)
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
(1 )
ug/L
(2 )
ug/L
6.4
6.34
7.3
6.31
3.30 *
7. 0
7.4
24 . 8
24 . 3
29.1
20 . 9
8.87 *
25
23 . 1
320
319
270
262
254
290
288
143
152
103
112
79.7
120
105
—
3.20
20
17.0
6 . 43
4.78
20 . 7
7. 1
4.34
9.0
14.2 *
7.87
3.3 *
4.7
5.a
4.9
4.80
21
17.0
16.0
30.0
25 . 9
29
18.0
21.5
21.9
16.3
112
118
125
500 *
123
120
123
124
1 10
100
97.0
151
1 14
118
128
11 7
3.77
225.0 *
6.62
16.4
450.0 *
24 . 5
239
285
272
390**
272
280
299
292
255
319
253
348
262
281
322
278
— —
313
499.9 *
285
7. 1
25.0
291
119
6 .8
4.66
6.3
24 . 5
18.08
18
7.23
—
_
7. 1
7. 7
4
5.40
6.28
25 . 0
283
291.6
282
270
277.7
310
291
230
262
10 3
128.4
116
120
98
120
124
11000
108
233
290
278.4
140
120
123
Moan
6.4476 1
22.2644
288.82 8
118.77
Eiptettd
Valua
7.19
24.0
288
121
EL098
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
EL104
ELI 03
EL106
EL107
EL108
ELI 10
ELI 1 1
ELI 1 3
ElllS
117
EL120
ELI 21
EL123
EL126
EL127
EL129
EL130
EL133
ELI 34
ELI 33
ELI 36
ELI 37
EL138
ELI 39
ELI 4 1
ELI 42
ELI 44
E H 45
EL146
ELI 48
EL130
EL1S1
ELI 52
EL154
ELI 60
EL161
ELI 62
EL164
*
•*
tt
30.8
26
17
18.7
19.1
Dano t as m i s s i n g data
Danotas ' n t r i m ' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
Danotas o u t s i d e 99% conf i dance i n t e r v a l
Danotas u n u s a b l e B-»1632
130
249.5
1 17
19 84
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MAY
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STUDY - F0 3 1
Statistical
Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r >
Parame ter
MERCURY (1)
Number of values used
63
64
Mean Recovery
6.44761
22.2644
Expect ed Va1ue
7.19
24.0
Standard D e v i a t i o n
1.44574
4.3353 1
93% Confidence
Interval :
3.61396
99% Confidence
Interval
2.71 76 - 1 0. 1 776
Percent
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
- 9.28127
22.4229
MERCURY <2)
i
13 . 7671 - 30.76 1 6
11.0793 - 33.4495
19.472
Pa r ame ter
NICKEL
Number of v a l u e s used
76
73
Mean
288.828
118.77
288.0
121.0
32.8129
15 . 3273
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard D e v i a t i o n
(1)
NICXEL
(2)
95% Confidence
Interval
224 .5 14 - 353. 1 4 1
88.3363 - 149.203
99% Confidence
Interval
204.17 - 373.483
78.7093 - 158.83
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
11.3607
D-1033
13.0735
Pig*
MAY
19 of 23
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB
STUDY - F031
VANADIUM
SELENIUM
ID
(1>
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
(1)
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
37.98
47 . 2
89.3**
33
34.4
44 .
48.23
38.2
47.1**
40
154 *
19 . «
538
460 .
487
426
466 .
907
799 .
744
702
781 .
41.0
44.30
23.2
2? .26
444
773
194 «
13 *
610**
1010
37 . 6
49.4
44.0
37.3
475
432
728
767
37 . 4
44 . 3
42
60
38.6
35 . 9
47
43
413
690
23.9 *
32.4
29.9
37.1
448
807
40.3
38.2
44
3 1.3
72
27 . 6
4 1.9
33
37 . 5
43««
366
463.6
391
420
440
632
794.0
709
6 94
774
139.0 *
40.0
459.0
842.0
50 . 7
34 . 7
33.4
44.4
432
944
SO
44
41.3
40.2
54.0
—
34
33
40 . 0
24.1
38.95
300
430
433
522
445
900
770
740
1005
759
Main
51 . 1912
37.4444
443.887
809.04
Eipicttd
V i 1 ua
40.4
43.4
430
79 1
EL001
EL003
ELOO?
ELO 1 0
EL012
EL013
ELO 1 4
ELO 1 4
ELO 17
ELO 1 a
ELO 1 9
EL020
EL021
EL023
EL024
EL023
EL02S
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
ELOSO
EL034
EL035
EL034
EL038
EL062
EL064
EL065
ELO 4 8
EL04?
EL070
EL072
EL074
EL078
EL07?
EL081
EL083
EL084
ELO as
«
**
*
490 .
Danotas m i s s i n g
diti
Danotas 'extrama' s t i t l s t i c i l o u t l i a r
Danotas o u t s i d a 9£?Jkl Qgnjf i dance i n t a r v i l
Danotas u n u s i b l a d i t i
19
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MAY 1986
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
EL088
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
ELI 04
EL103
EL106
EL107
EL108
ELI 10
ELI 1 1
ELI 13
ELI 13
11 7
ELI 20
EL121
EL123
EL 1 26
ELI 27
EL129
EL130
ELI 33
EL134
ELI 33
ELI 36
ELI 37
ELI 38
EL139
ELI 4 1
ELI 42
ELI 44
ELI 43
EL146
ELI 48
ELI 30
EL1S1
EL132
EL154
EL160
EL161
ELI 62
EL164
STUDY - F031
SELENIUM
VANADIUM
<1 >
ug/L
ug/L
33
40.2
69
33 . 3
32.6
38
30 . 7
27 . 5
27 . 2
45.3
26.9
39.3
31
37 . 3
44
47
27
43
98.7 «
63 . 0
40.2
36.8
•
(2)
61
33 . 9
12.9 «
36 . 2
38 . 2
6 *
41
33.2
34 . 2
43.9
43.8
13 »
37
32.6
24.7
46 . 6
17.0 «
63.7
32 . 0
33.0
47 . 2
37 . 6
26.3
43
53.72
32
50.0
36
38.90
37
33 . 5
31.9
27 . 2
33
46 . 6
56
27 . 5
3 1.4
42
80.8**
44 . 2
64 . 5*«
33 . 5
Mian
51.1912
37.6464
Expected
Valua
60.6
45.4
*
«*
»
41
41.3
(1 )
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
500
430
423
446
31 9
440
465
—
502
430
700
68 1
758
782
825
840
778
390
387
_. _
445
464
778
809
433
473
754
747
49 0
472
880
924
825
745
3.9? •
-» ~
-•> « B
221 *
— — — «.
623**
852
452
_.
4 46
769
777
467
825
_
540
920
252
865
434
481
812
998
463.887
809.06
450
791
—
«
•
.
»
—
«
•
>
«
•
>
«
•
.
«
•
>
*
•
•*
—
»
•
——
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
915
820
1027
—
missing data
'extreme' s t a t i s t i c a l o u t l i e r
outside ??% confidence interval
unusable dataD-1035
MAY
Page 21 of 25
19 8 6
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
STUDY - F0 3 1
TRACE METALS
S t a t i s t i c a l Summary
< Conctntra11 on i n micrograms per l i t e r
)
SELENIUM(2)
Par ame ter
SELENIUM(1)
Number of values used
57
59
Mean
51.1912
37.6464
Recovery
Expected
Value
60 . 6
45.4
Standard
Deviation :
11.0692
8.9907 1
95% Confidence
Interval
29.4936 - 72.8 8 67
20.0246 - 55.2682
99% Confidence
Interval
22.6328 - 79.7496
14 . 4504 - 60.8425
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
21.6232
23.882
i s s n s a i s i s i
=
l a a a s a a a a x s s s a s s a s
» = a » = 3 a = 3 3 3 » 3 3 » 3 3 3 3 a a a a 3 =
VANADIUM(1)
VANADIUM(2)
Parameter
48
50
463.887
809.06
450.0
791.0
50.6747
91 . 869 1
Number of v a l u e s used
Mean
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard
Deviation :
95% Confidence
Interval
99% Confidence
Interval
364.563 - 363.21
628.997 - 989.123
333.147 - 394.628
572.038 - 1046.08
10.9239
Percent R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev
l a s s a a s ;
i= = =
D-1036
a x a a :
11.353
Page 22 of 23
MAY 1986
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
Denotes
ZINC
(1 )
ug/L
<2)
ug/L
194
147
187
187.
196
21 1
203 .
202
183
202 .
198
204
203
194
200
2 0 0"
200 .
203
184
203.3
209
203
206
273"*
1311
1300
1390
1400 .
1360
1420
1370 .
1497
1418
1340
1460
— ——
1380
1240
1330 .
1293
1380
1390
1380
1390
1364
1400 .
1339
1267
1368
1336
1412
1430
383 *
203.0
204
218 .
— —
188
202
199
200
200
200
149««
202
220
14 4 0.
1322
1240 .
— — ——
1340
1332
1342
1200
1300
1230
1149
1360
1430
Me an
200.993
1339 .
Espected
V* l u *
20 1
1378
ELOO 1
EL003
EL009
EL010
EL012
EL013
EL 0 1 4
EL014
EL017
EL018
ELO 19
EL020
EL 0 2 1
EL023
EL02 4
EL023
EL028
EL030
EL032
EL033
EL038
EL039
EL042
EL043
EL046
EL048
EL049
EL030
EL034
EL033
EL 0 3 6
EL038
EL062
EL064
EL045
EL068
EL049
EL070
EL072
EL076
EL078
EL079
EL08 1
EL083
EL084
EL083
—
*
**
*
STUDY - F0 3 1
210
221
200
220
missing dat*
i
' t i t r i m i ' s t a t i s t i c a l outliar
outsida 99% cEtVnl 0 die7nc a interval
unusable data
MAY 1984
Pag* 23 of 23
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
LAB ID
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
Danotas
ZINC
(1 )
ug/L
(2)
ug/L
230**
213
140**
178
214
210
210
190
193
202
193
190
193
183
212
203
198
173
190
192
207
208
181
201 '
1470
1450
1307
1220
1420
1400
1453
1140
1345
1420
1309
1550
1450
125 *
1368
1415
1300
1045**
1260
1260
1410
1360
1188
1370
202 . 3
2.2 *
203
1381
475.0
138 *
214
1420
199
204.3
211
209
201
203
213
199
212
200
209
198
202
204.5
1360
1401
1400
1410
1494
1398 .
1436
1410
1440
1360
1360
1420
1370
1311
M*an
200.995
1359.14
Expec tad
Valu*
201
1378
EL088
EL089
EL090
EL094
EL096
EL097
EL103
EL104
EL105
EL106
EL107
EL108
ELI 10
EL111
ELI 13
EL113
117
EL120
EL121
EL123
EL126
EL127
EL129
EL130
EL133
EL134
EL133
EL136
EL137
EL138
EL139
EL141
EL142
EL144
ELMS
ELI 44
ELI 48
EL1S0
ELI 3 1
EL132
EL134
EL160
ELI 4 1
EL142
ELI 44
•—
*
**
tt
STUDY - F03 1
missing data
' t i t t t n a ' s t a t i s t i c a l outliar
outsida 99% confidanca interval
unusable 0*-1*3 3 8
Page 24 of 25
MAY 198
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
TRACE METALS
STUDY - F0 3 1
S t a t i s t i c a l Summary
( C o n c e n t r a t i o n i n micrograms per l i t e r
)
i B a B B B S S X s a a a t i a :
Parameter
ZINC
Number of values used
81
78
Mean
200.993
1359.14
201.0
1378.0
16.7365
85.1801
Recovery
Expected
Value
Standard D e v i a t i o n
(1)
ZINC
(2)
93% Confidence
Interval
168.192 - 233 . 799
1 1 92.19 - 1526 . 09
99% Confidence
Interval
157.813 - 244.175
1139.38 - 1578.91
Percent
R e l a t i v e S t d . Dev.
8.32682
D-1039
6.2672
Page 25 of 25
Treatment of Data
1. For a particular sample, the EXPECTED VALUE C was taken as that
concentration which the fully diluted sample as prepared for analysis
would be if the chemical(s) and D.I. water used to prepare the
solution in the ampul were pure and that concentration was made up
accurately. However, this value was not verified by external
laboratories doing multiple analyses; thus, it cannot be said to be
the 'true value'.
2. The EXPECTED value C was used to omit Extreme Statistical Outliers,
i.e., outside of range (C * 2 <X£ < C * 1-5).
3. The Mean and Standard Deviation were calculated as:
2 i»l
4.
5.
- 1
and
The Confidence Intervals were computed as:
x + 1.96 • s
952 Confidence Interval, and
x + 2.58 • s
99% Confidence Interval.
Percent Relative Standard Deviation:
s • 100
6.
Statistical sets of data with less than six sample points (results)
are not considered to yield useful information. Therefore, only the
mean and the number of results used to generate that mean are
presented when less than six results were inside of the range used to
omit Extreme Statistical Outliers.
D-1040
SECTION IV
SOURCE OF INDEPENDENT QC STANDARD
D-1041
ir
LABORATORY DATA FOR SAMPLE "MSTD"
COMPOUND
SOURCE
LOT #
PHENOL
2-CHLOROPHENOL
1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE
N-NITROSO-DI-NPROPYL AMINE
1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
4-CHLORO-3-METHYLPHENOL
ACENAPHTHENE
4-NITROPHENOL
2,4-DINITROTOLUENE
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
PYRENE
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
04624PL
02322PM
1607TL
CHEM SERVICE
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
ALDRICH
F63/A6556E
5011BL
00606LL
0425 JL
05102CM
2207DK
00914LM
BD020897
D-1042
SPIKED LEVEL
(UG/L)
200
200
100
100
100
200
100
200
100
200
100
Table 2
Source of alkalinity and chloride independent QC sample shown in
Table B-52 and B-53 in appendix B of 29 September 87 report.
Compound
Source
Lot No.
Chloride
Fisher Scientific
745791-24 and 857151-24
Alkalinity (C C0 ) Fisher Scientific
a
3
Baker
852237-24
722109
D-1043
SECTION V
IRON RESULTS FOR CYANIDE MATRIX INTERFERENCE STUDY
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INORGANIC A N A L Y S I S RESULTS/QC DATA SUMMARY
CLIENT:
Charles
MATRIX: S o i l
Ankerberg
ESM SAMPLE I D : 2910
2911
LRBSC
C L I E N T SAMPLE I D : LRASC
PARAMETER
:
Icon
Total
Free
Cyanide
Cyanide
CLIENT:
:
METHOD
LOQ
:
RESULT
S A M P L E
:
RESULT
2912
2913
LRCSC
:
2914
2916
LRDSC
S O I L REP1E
PHASC
R E S U L T S ( ng/250ml)
RESULT :
RESULT : RESULT : RESULT
r
200 . 7
0.25
12
8 .0
3.0
55
67
335 .2
0.0025
0.10
0.070
0 . 58
0.035
0 .040
412H
0.0025
0.0065
0.0075
0.048
0 .0065
.0.0050
Charles
C L I E N T SAMPLE I D : MPASG
2938
CWASG
2940
2939
CWBSG
2917
SOILREP2
:
: RESULT :
<0.25
2910
LRASC
SPIKE
% REC
<0.25
NA
0.14
0.16
NA
0.040
0.048
73
MATRIX: S o i l
Ankerberg
ESM SAMPLE I D : 2935
Leachates
:
Lechates
2935
MPASG
CWCSG
D
-1
l-»
PARAMETER
:
LOQ
METHOD
:
S A M P L E
:
RESULT
R E S U L T S (mg/2S0ml) :
: RESULT
RESULT : RESULT
:
0
o\
Iron
Total
Free
Cyanide
Cyanide
CLIENT:
200.7
0.25
0.34
1.0
2.0
<0 . 25
NA
3 35 .2
0.0025
0.014
0 . 20
0.16
0.18
NA
412H
0 . 0025
0.0027
0.095
0.048
0.14
102
Charles
MATRIX:
Ankerberg
ESM SAMPLE I D : 2990
C L I E N T SAMPLE I D : SASC
PARAMETER
Iron
Total
Cyanide
F r e e Cy an i de
:
SPIKE
% REC
METHOD
:
LOQ
:
2991
CWASG-1
2993
OCWPSC-B
2994
OCWPSC-A
S A M P L E
R E S U L T S
RESULT :
:
RESULT :
RESULT
Soil
2995
OCWPSC-C
:
Leachates
2990
SASC
(mg/250ml)
: B A T C H
Q C
RESULT
: RESULT :
SPIKE
:
* REC
200.7
0.25
1 .4
<0 . 25
11
35
4.0
NA
335 .2
0.0025
1 .9
0.065
0.24
0.25
0.18
NA
4 1211
0.0025
0.082
0.0050
0.0027
0.0060
0.048
49
R E S U L T S
:
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INORGANIC A N A L Y S I S RESULTS/QC DATA SUMMARY
CLIENT:
Charles Ankerberg
MATRIX:
ESM SAMPLE I D : 3334
CLIENT SAMPLE I D : MW-20S
PARAMETER
:
Iron
Total
Cyanide
Free Cyanide
CLIENT:
METHOD
:
LOQ
:
S A M P
RESULT
D-1
:
Cyanide
Free Cyanide
CLIENT:
Total
Cyanide
Free Cyanide
MW- 8S
MWR-9A
L E
R E S U L T S
(ng/250ml)
:
RESULT : RESULT
: RESULT :
:
:
B A T C H
QC
R E S U L T S
:
RESULT : S P I K E : LAB BLANK
% REC
RESULT
2. 5
4.0
0.25
1.7
NA
335 .2
0.0025
<0.0025
0.045
(0.0025
0.66
1.8
NA
412H
0.0025
(0.0025
0.0038
(0.0025
0.0053
0.035
91
MATRIX:
3461
METHOD
:
LOQ
:
3463
MWR-9A
3484
3485
MWR-7A
MW-21S
S A M P L E
R E S U L T S (mg/250ml )
:
RESULT
RESULT
RESULT
: RESULT :
3485
MW-21S
:
B A T C H
QC
R E S U L T S
RESULT : S P I K E
: LAB BLANK
:
% REC
RESULT
0.25
1.9
2 .1
0.17
0.027
NA
335 .2
0.0025
0.32
0.38
0 . 20
0.0035
NA
412H
0.0025
0.028
0.032
0.025
(0.0025
80
Charles
Ankerberg
MATRIX:
METHOD
:
LOQ
:
3534
MWREP2
3541
MWR-3A
S A M P L E
R E S U L T S (mg/250ml)
RESULT
:
RESULT
RESULT
:
RESULT
:
Groundwater
200 . 7
CLIENT SAMPLE I D : MW-5 A
Iron
MWREP8
3463
0.28
ESM SAMPLE I D : 3530
PARAMETER
MW-2 6S
34SS
Charles Ankerberg
Iron
Total
MW-23S
3337
0.25
CLIENT SAMPLE I D : MWREP5
PARAMETER
3336
200 . 7
ESM SAMPLE I D :
o
3335
Groundwater
:
Groundwater
3541
MWR-3A
B A T C H
RESULT : S P I K E
:
% REC
200.7
0.25
<0 . 25
0.38
0.45
NA
335.2
0.0025
0.10
0.11
0.0040
NA
412H
0.0025
(0.0025
0.0028
(0.0025
111
QC
R E S U L T S
:
ITEM I I I
D-1048
Doug Mclnnes
Versar, ESM Operations
9200 Rumsey Road
Columbia, MD 21045
(301) 964-9200
22 October
1987
Charles W. Ankerberg
Geraghty and M i l l e r , Inc.
3820 Northdale B l v d .
Suite 200B
Tampa, FL 33624
Subject:
M a t r i x I n t e r f e r e n c e Study Report
Dear Mr.
Ankerberg;
Enclosed i s the r e p o r t t i t l e d "Matrix I n t e r f e r e n c e Study f o r Free
Cyanide Spike Recoveries". This r e p o r t summarizes the free cyanide matrix
i n t e r f e r e n c e experiment r e l a t e d to the l a s t round of cyanide samples c o l l e c t e d
from The D a l l e s , Oregon.
I f there should be any questions or comments about the r e p o r t , or any
f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n r e q u i r e d , please c a l l Joe Arlauskas or myself.
Sincerely
Douglas J . Mclnnes
P r o j e c t Manager
Joe Arlauskas
Laboratory Manager
DJM
Enclosures
cc:
J . Bou
J. Arlauskas
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MATRIX INTERFERENCE STUDY FOR FREE CYANIDE SPIKE RECOVERIES
P e r f o r m e d f o r M a r t i n M a r i e t t a C o r p o r a t i o n and G e r a g h t y & M i l l e r , I n c .
by V e r s a r , I n c . , ESM O p e r a t i o n s
Study O b j e c t i v e
To d e t e r m i n e w h e t h e r s o l u b l e i r o n i o n s , w h i c h a r e n a t u r a l l y found i n
s o i l s and g r o u n d w a t e r , i n t e r f e r e i n t h e a n a l y s i s o f " f r e e " c y a n i d e s .
Study
Design
I t i s known t h a t a l k a l i c y a n i d e s ( i e . NaCN, KCN) r e a c t i n s o l u t i o n w i t h
i r o n s a l t s ( i e . FeS04, F e C l 3 ) t o form t h e m e t a l / c y a n i d e complex, f e r r o c y a n i d e
( i e . Fe(CN)6 - 4 ) . [ r e f 1,2,3] A l k a l i c y a n i d e s d i s s o c i a t e i n w a t e r , depending
on pH, t o form CN- and HCN, o t h e r w i s e d e f i n e d as f r e e c y a n i d e . One method used
to d i s t i n g u i s h t h e f r e e c y a n i d e c o n t e n t o f a sample from t h e m e t a l / c y a n i d e
complexes i s Method 412.H - "Weak and A c i d D i s s o c i a b l e C y a n i d e " i n S t a n d a r d
Methods, 1 6 t h e d i t i o n .
As p a r t o f t h e l a b o r a t o r y s ' a n a l y t i c a l QA/QC p r o t o c o l s ,
f i v e p e r c e n t o f t h e samples a r e s p i k e d w i t h t h e f r e e c y a n i d e ( i e . KCN) and t h e
p e r c e n t r e c o v e r y c a l c u l a t e d t o m o n i t o r m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s . One o f t h e
p o t e n t i a l m a t r i x i n t e r f e r e n c e s may be s o l u b l e i r o n .
The p r e s e n c e o f i r o n i n
the f i e l d samples i n q u e s t i o n has been documented p r e v i o u s l y .
To d e t e r m i n e w h e t h e r i r o n p r e s e n t i n samples complexes w i t h t h e c y a n i d e
s p i k e f o r m i n g f e r r o c y a n i d e , t h e f o l l o w i n g e x p e r i m e n t was p e r f o r m e d .
F e r r o c y a n i d e , i f formed, i s n o t measured as c y a n i d e by t h e weak and d i s s o c i a b l e
method, and t h e r e b y r e s u l t i n a l o w p e r c e n t s p i k e r e c o v e r y . I n o r d e r t o
m i n i m i z e s t u d y v a r i a b l e s , t h e e x p e r i m e n t was c o n d u c t e d u s i n g l a b o r a t o r y
d e i o n i z e d w a t e r and n o t a c t u a l s a m p l e s .
The d i s t i l l a t i o n f l a s k s o l u t i o n s
c o n t a i n i n g FeS04 and KCN were a l l o w e d t o r e a c t f o r one hour p r i o r t o t h e
a d d i t i o n o f a c i d and s u b s e q u e n t d i s t i l l a t i o n . The pH o f t h e FeS04/KCN s o l u t i o n
was between 6 and 8, i e . , t h e same as o b s e r v e d i n a c t u a l f i e l d samples.
Iron
and c y a n i d e c o n c e n t r a t i o n s r e p r e s e n t t h o s e r e p o r t e d i n f i e l d s a m p l e s .
Since
s u l f i d e was n o t p r e s e n t , l e a d a c e t a t e s c r u b b e r s were n o t u s e d .
However, t h i s
a d d i t i o n a l v a r i a b l e was t e s t e d as shown below.
Fe = FeS04 * 7 H20
CN = KCN
Distillation
f l a s k volume = 250 ml
[CN] ppb
0 ppm Fe
NUMBER OF REPLICATES
10 ppm Fe
200 ppm Fe
* Run w i t h o u t l e a d a c e t a t e s c r u b b e r
200
4
4
4
1000
4
4
4
* Run w i t h l e a d a c e t a t e s c r u b b e r
200
4
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1000
4
Results
As shown by the g e n e r a l l y high cyanide spike r e c o v e r i e s (>90%) i n
Tables 1 and 2, the s p i k i n g CN d i d not react with the FeS04 to form a
metal/cyanide complex, which would have r e s u l t e d i n a low spike recovery
The
lowest average CN percent recovery of 88.7% d i d occur at the highest i r o n (200
ppm) and cyanide (1000 ppb) c o n c e n t r a t i o n s (Table 2). However, according to the
c a l c u l a t e d upper and lower 95% confidence i n t e r v a l (Table 2), t h i s was not
s i g n i f i c a n t l y d i f f e r e n t than the 0 ppm Fe c o n t r o l .
The unexpected r e s u l t of t h i s study was the dramatic e f f e c t that the
lead acetate scrubber had on CN spike recovery. The average percent recovery
was only 79.7 and 77.2 f o r the 200 and 1000 ppb CN spike
c o n c e n t r a t i o n s , r e s p e c t i v e l y . More i m p o r t a n t l y , by examining the r e s p e c t i v e
r e l a t i v e standard d e v i a t i o n and 95% confidence i n t e r v a l s (Table 2) poor spike
recovery i s l i k e l y to occur w i t h the use of lead acetate scrubbers
Summa ry
I t appears t h a t the lead acetate scrubber used to remove s u l f i d e s may
have a s i g n i f i c a n t impact on the recovery of cyanide s p i k e s . The lead acetate
scrubber a c t s to "scrub" a p o r t i o n of the d i s t i l l e d gaseous cyanide that would
normally be scrubbed and recovered i n the sodium hydroxides scrubber. To
confirm t h i s , the lead a c e t a t e scrubber s o l u t i o n could be d i s t i l l e d and the
cyanide content determined. A maas balance f o r cyanide would then locate and
confirm the " l o s t " or "scrubbed" cyanide.
Our l a b o r a t o r y has contacted EPA, C i n c i n n a t t i , OH regarding t h i s
concern, and they have s t a t e d t h a t 'QA/QC data ( r e : accuracy and p r e c i s i o n )
for ( t o t a l ) cyanide measurement u s i n g the lead acetate scrubber are not
a v a i l a b l e at t h i s time. We are c u r r e n t l y pursuing t h i s with the agency.
Addendum Note:
In order to b e t t e r s i m u l a t e f i e l d c o n d i t i o n s , the study was performed
using potassium f e r r i c y a n i d e [K3Fe(CN)6] as a source of t o t a l cyanide
I t was
thought that a c a t a l y z e d r e a c t i o n w i t h KCN, FeS04, and Fe(CN)6 -4 might occur
However, the r e s u l t s shown i n Appendix A demonstrate good CN spike recovery and
t h e r e f o r e , no matrix i n t e r f e r e n c e . The r e l a t i v e l y high free cyanide i n the
f e r r i c y a n i d e c o n t r o l i s most l i k e l y due to contamination during manufacturing
(NaCN i s used d u r i n g p r o d u c t i o n ) of the reagent grade product ( r e f 4)
A lead
acetate scrubber was not used f o r t h i s experiment.
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TABLE 1
CYANIDE MATRIX EXPERIMENT
A N A L Y S I S RESULTS
20 OCTOBER 1 9 8 7
TEST D E S C R I P T I O N
RUN W/O
10
ppm
200
10
^200
LEAD ACETATE
CONCENTRATION
OF C Y A N I D E
ppm
Fe
Fe
ppm
ANALYSIS
RESULT
* CYANIDE
RECOVERY
AVERAGE
OF R E S U L T S
SCRUBBER
Fe
ppm
REPLICATE
NUMBER
Fe
200
ppb
190 . 8
193.1
206 .0
189.3
95.4
96.6
103.0
94.6
194.8
200
ppb
202
203
206
191
.1
. 4
.0
.1
101 . 1
101.7
103.0
95.5
200 . 6
1000
ppb
980 . 5
953 . 3
995.3
995.3
98.0
95.3
99.5
99 . 5
981.1
1000
ppb
815.9
972 . 0
838.7
921.5
81.6
97 . 2
83.9
92.1
887 .0
I
I—
O
(Jl
1
ppm
Fe
200
ppb
203
188
198
204
.
.
.
.
101 ,
94 .
99 ,
102
199.1
0 ppm
Fe
1000
ppb
1027
998
954
942
.
.
.
.
102 .
99
95.
94
980 . 6
200
ppb
159
136
152
189
.
.
.
.
79 ,
68 .
76 ,
94
159 . 4
1000
ppb
838
554
814
881
.
.
.
.
83.9
55 . 4
81.5
88 . 2
772 .4
RUN WITH LEAD A C E T A T E
0 ppm Fe
w/
Lead A c e t a t e
scrubber
0 ppm Fe w/
Lead A c e t a t e
scrubber
SCRUBBER
TABLE 1 ( c o n t d . )
CYANIDE MATRIX EXPERIMENT
ANALYSIS RESULTS
20 OCTOBER 1987
TEST
DESCRIPTION
CONCENTRATON
OF CYANIDE
REPLICATE
NUMBER
ANALYSIS
RESULT
% CYANIDE
RECOVERY
AVERAGE
OF RESULTS
QC SOLUTIONS
DI water
(not d i s t l l e d )
200 ppb
1
2
3
4
DI water
(not d i s t i l l e d )
1000 ppb
1
2
3
4
O
I
o
Ul
OJ
219.1
220.0
216.2
222.6
109.5
110.0
108.1
111.3
219.5
1027.9
1003.4
982.0
978.9
102.8
100.3
98.2
97.9
998.0
TABLE 2
CYANIDE MATRIX EXPERIMENT
DATA SUMMARY
20 OCTOBER 1987
TEST DESCRIPTION
NUMBER OF
REPLICATES
AVERAGE
RESULT
10 ppm F e , 200 ppb CN
194.8
200 ppm F e , 200 ppb CN
200 . 6
10 ppm F e , 1000 ppb CN
AVERAGE
% RECOVERY
STANDARD
DEVIATION
95% CONFIDENCE
RANGE
7 60
3 90 %
182 7 -
206 9
3
6 57
2 78
190 1 -
211 1
981.1
98 1
19 83
2 02
949 6 - 1012
6
200 ppm F e , 1000 ppb CN
887 .0
88 7
72 59
8 18
771 5 - 1002
5
0 ppm F e , 200 ppb CN
199 .1
99 5
7 48
3 76
187 2 -
0 ppm Fe, 1000 ppb CN
980 .6
98 6
39 35
4 02
918 0 - 1043
0 ppm Fe, 200 ppb CN
w/PbAc s c r u b b e r
159.4
79 7
22 16
13 90
124 1 -
77 2
148 08
19 17
536
97 4
2 65
1 21
215 3 -
99 . 8
22.68
2 . 27
961.9
0 ppm F e , 1000 ppb CN
w/PbAc s c r u b b e r
ppb CN
772 . 4
700 ppb CN QC s o l u t i o n
|Tnot d i s t i l l e d )
H»
0 0 0 0 ppb CN QC s o l u t i o n
*Vnot d i s t i l l e d )
219 . 5
998 .0
97 4 %
% RELATIVE
STD. DEV.
100
AVERAGE RESULT =
[result
% RECOVERY OF AVERAGE
( a v e r a g e r e s u l t / C N - s p i k e added] x 100
211 0
2
194 7
8 - 1008
0
223 7
1034 .1
1 + r e s u l t 2 + r e s u l t 3 + r e s u l t 4] / 4
~W1
STANDARD DEVIATION
* RELATIVE STD. DEV. =
standard deviation
95% CONFIDENCE RANGE =
x ±
s
t
(n - 1)
when
T
n
/ average o f a n a l y s i s
a analysis result
o average o f a n a l y s i s r e s u l t s
= number o f r e p l i c a t e s run
results
when
s
= standard deviation
= t number from l i t e r a t u r e
f? 95% c o n f i d e n c e l e v e l , f o r 3 d e g r e e s o f freedom
( 3.182 )
APPENDIX A
C Y A N I D E MATRIX E X P E R I M E N T
ADDITIONAL A N A L Y S I S RESULTS
22 OCTOBER 1 9 8 7
TEST D E S C R I P T I O N
RUN W/O
LEAD ACETATE
CONCENTRATION
OF FREE C Y A N I D E
( f r o m KCN)
REPLICATE
NUMBER
ANALYSIS
RESULT
( f r e e CN)
* CYANIDE
RECOVERY
( f r e e CN)
AVERAGE
OF R E S U L T S
( f r e e CN)
(a)
2588
SCRUBBER
200 ppm Fe ( f r o m F e S 0 4 ) ,
1000 ppm t o t a l CN
(from K3Fe(CN)6)
200 ppm Fe ( f r o m
FeS04),
1000 ppm t o t a l CN
(from K3Fe(CN)6)
1
2302
2
3
3
4
1000
ppb
CORRECTION
A V E R A G E R E S U L T WITH
IFREE C Y A N I D E ADDED
Hfppb f r e e
cyanide)
C2
AVERAGE RESULT WITHOUT
F R E E C Y A N I D E ADDED
(ppb f r e e c y a n i d e )
9
ppb
7
J
ppb
a
2555
2299
a
(a)
4978
3194
5277
4662
497
319
527
466
FOR HIGH
.
.
.
.
4528
8
4
7
2
BLANK
CORRECTED R E S U L T
(WITH - WITHOUT)
(ppb f r e e c y a n i d e )
CORRECTED
% FREE CN
AVERAGE
RECOVERY
194
1940
2588
4528
1
%
DATA SUMMARY
AVERAGE
RESULT
AVERAGE
% RECOVERY
STANDARD
DEVIATON
% RELATIVE
STD. DEV.
9 5 % CONFIDENCE
RANGE
200 ppm F e ( f r o m
FeS04),
1000 ppm CN ( f r o m K 3 F e ( c n ) 6 )
0 p p b CN ( f r o m KCN)
2588
(a )
423 .2
16.35
1915
200 ppm Fe ( f r o m F e S 0 4 )
1000 ppm CN ( f r o m K 3 F e ( C N ) 6 )
1000 p p b CN ( f o r m KCN)
4 528
4 52 .8
923 .9
20.41
3058 - 5 9 9 8
1940
194.0
(b)
(b)
(b)
TEST DESCRIPTION
Corrected Results
(see above )
(a)
(b)
NUMBER OF
REPLICATES
1
( a v . o f 4)
No f r e e c y a n i d e h a s b e e n a d d e d , % R e c o v e r y c a n n o t b e c a l c u l a t e d
O n l y one d a t a p o i n t e x i t s , D e v i a t i o n a n d C o n f i d e n c e v a l u e s c a n n o t
be
calculated
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