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SRM Descriptor


629 Zinc-Base E-ASTM AC 41A 630 Zinc-Base F


631 Zinc Spelter (mod) 634a Portland Cement


640d Silicon Line Position (XRD) 641 Titanium Alloy, 8 Mn (A) 642 Titanium Alloy, 8 Mn (B) 643 Titanium Alloy, 8 Mn (C) 647 Titanium Alloy, Al-Mo-Sn-Zr 648 Titanium Alloy, Al-Sn-Zr-Cr-Mo 649 Titanium Alloy V-Al-Cr-Sn 650 Unalloyed Titanium A 651 Unalloyed Titanium B 654b Titanium Alloy, Al-V


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67 67 72 93 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66


656 Silicon Nitride Quantitative Analysis 93 659 Silicon Nitride, Particle Size 660a Line Profile LaB6 663 LA Steel, Cr-V (mod.) 665 Electrolytic Iron 670 Rutile Ore


671 Nickel Oxide 1 672 Nickel Oxide 2 673 Nickel Oxide 3


1


93 54 54 30 65 65 65


674b X-Ray Powder Diffraction Intensity, set 93 675 Line Position, Mica (XRD)


93


676a Quantitative Analysis, Alumina (XRD) 93 679 Brick Clay


680L1a High Purity Platinum 682 High Purity Zinc 683 Zinc, Metal


685R High Purity Gold 688 Basalt Rock


689 Ferrochromium Silicon 690 Iron Ore (Canada) 691 Iron Oxide, Reduced 692 Iron Ore, Labrador 693 Iron Ore, Nimba


694 Phosphate Rock, Western


31 45 45 45 45 32 58 30 30 30 30


10, 30


695 Trace Elements in Multi-Nutrient Fert. 10 696 Bauxite, Surinam 697 Bauxite, Dominican 698 Bauxite, Jamaican


699 Alumina (Reduction Grade) 705a Polystyrene 179k Mol/Wt 706a Polystyrene 258k mol/wt 709 Extra Dense Lead


122


30 30 30 30


78, 80 78


71, 92


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714 Alumina Glass Anneal Pt 717a Hi Boron Glass Viscosity 720 Sapphire Heat Capacity


71, 92 71, 92 80


723d Tris (hydroxymethy) amionmethane 46, 75 726 Selenium, Inter-Purity 728 Zinc, Intermediate Purity


45 45


731L1 Borosilicate Glass - Thermal Expansion 82 731L2 Borosilicate Glass - Thermal Expansion 82 731L3 Borosilicate Glass - Thermal Expansion 82 738 Stainless Steel - Thermal Expansion 82 740a Zinc (Freezing Point) 741a Tin (Freezing Point)


742 Alumina (Reference Point) 743 Mercury (Triple Point)


81 81 82 81


762 Magnetic Moment Standard Nickel Disk 7 764a Magnetic Susceptibility Standard 772a Nickel Sphere for Magnetic Moment


7 7


773 Soda-Lime Silica (Glass Liquidus) 70, 93 774 Lead-Silica (Dielectric Constant) 70, 91 781D2 Molybdenum (Heat Capacity) 853a Alloy 3004 854a Alloy 5182


855a Aluminum Casting Alloy 356 856a Aluminum Casting Alloy 380 858 Aluminum Alloy 6011 861 Nickel-based Superalloy 862 High Temperature Alloy L-605 864 Inconel 600 865 Inconel 625 866 Incoloy, 800 867 Incoloy, 825


868 High Temp Alloy Fe-Ni-Co 869b LC Column Selectivity 870 LC Column Performance 871 Bronze, Phosphor (CDA521) 872 Bronze, Phosphor (CDA 544)


80 60 60 60 60 60 65


57, 61 65 65 59 59 57 22 23 62 62


874 Cupro-Nickel, 10 % (CDA 706) “H-P” 62 875 Cupro-Nickel, 10 % (CDA 706) 877 LC Chiral Selectivity 879 Nickel Silver (CDA 762) 880 Nickel Silver (CDA 770) 882 Alloy Ni-Cu-Al 885 Refined Copper


886 Gold, Ore Refractory 887 Cemented Carbide (W-83,Co-10)


62 23 62 62 65 45 30 68


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