• AS 2162.1-1996

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    Verification and use of volumetric apparatus General - Volumetric glassware

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Withdrawn date:  10-14-2019

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1996

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 2162.1-1996 VERIFICATION AND USE OF VOLUMETRIC APPARATUS - GENERAL - VOLUMETRIC GLASSWARE
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    6 - 1 SCOPE
    6 - 2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    6 - 3 DEFINITIONS
    6 - 3.1 Accuracy
    6 - 3.2 Calibration
    6 - 3.3 Capacity
    6 - 3.4 Error of measurement
    6 - 3.5 Measurand
    7 - 3.6 Precision
    7 - 3.7 Verification
    7 - 4 APPARATUS AND MATERIALS
    7 - 4.1 Balance
    7 - 4.2 Thermometer
    7 - 4.3 Barometer
    7 - 4.4 Water
    7 - 4.5 Pipette filler
    7 - 5 FACTORS AFFECTING ACCURACY
    7 - 5.1 General
    7 - 5.2 Temperature
    8 - 5.3 Cleanness of glass surface
    8 - 5.4 Setting of meniscus
    10 - 5.5 Time of delivery
    11 - 5.6 Leakage from stopcocks
    11 - 5.7 Other sources of error
    12 - 6 VERIFICATION
    12 - 6.1 General
    12 - 6.2 Water supply
    13 - 6.3 Weighing
    13 - 6.4 Practical details
    16 - 7 THE USE OF VOLUMETRIC GLASSWARE
    16 - 7.1 General requirements
    16 - 7.2 One-mark volumetric flasks
    17 - 7.3 Burettes
    17 - 7.4 Pipettes
    19 - APPENDIX A - CLEANING OF VOLUMETRIC GLASSWARE
    19 - A1 METHODS OF CLEANING AND DECONTAMINATION
    19 - A1.1 General
    19 - A1.2 Further cleaning
    19 - A1.3 Decontamination of glassware for use in trace element determinations
    19 - A2 APPLICATION OF CLEANING SOLUTIONS
    19 - A2.1 Burettes and flasks
    19 - A2.2 Pipettes
    20 - A3 STORAGE
    21 - APPENDIX B - METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF DELIVERY TIME
    21 - B1 SCOPE
    21 - B2 BURETTES
    21 - B3 PIPETTES
    22 - APPENDIX C - LEAKAGE TEST FOR BURETTE STOPCOCKS
    22 - C1 SCOPE
    22 - C2 LUBRICATED STOPCOCKS
    22 - C3 LUBRICANT-FREE STOPCOCKS
    23 - APPENDIX D - STOPCOCK LUBRICANTS
    23 - D1 GENERAL INFORMATION
    23 - D2 METHOD OF APPLICATION
    23 - D3 WARNING
    24 - APPENDIX E - CORRECTION TABLES FOR GLASS VESSELS
    24 - E1 SCOPE
    24 - E2 GENERAL
    31 - APPENDIX F - GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICE USING LABORATORY GLASSWARE
    31 - F1 SCOPE
    31 - F2 TEMPERATURE OF LIQUIDS

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    Specifies procedures for the verification of volumetric glassware, using water or mercury as the working substance, and gives recommended practices for the use of such glassware. Factors affecting accuracy are dealt with in some detail; e.g. temperature in respect of both the vessel and the liquid, the cleanness of glass surfaces, the reading of volumes and, for vessels calibrated to deliver, delivery time. Specific attention is given to the correct use of volumetric flasks, pipettes and burettes. Appendices detail methods for cleaning volumetric glassware, a leakage test for burette stopcocks, recommended stopcock lubricants, correction tables for use in calibration, and a list of reference literature, including relevant Australian and British Standards.

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    This Standard provides guidance for users wishing to verify or to calibrate their own articles of volumetric glassware by means of water or mercury (when more appropriate) and to enable them to obtain the best accuracy in use.International Standards and product Standards issued by Standards Australia for individual articles of glassware, include clauses on tolerances and the definition of capacity. These describe in sufficient detail and without ambiguity the method of manipulation to define the capacity. This Standard should be regarded as supplementary to the information contained in glassware product Standards.

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    Committee CH-001
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Withdrawn 14-10-2019.
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

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    First published as AS CR1-1949.Second edition 1969.Revised and redesignated AS 2162-1979.Revised and redesignated AS 2162.1-1996. First published as AS CR1-1949. Second edition 1969. Revised and redesignated AS 2162-1979. Revised and redesignated AS 2162.1-1996.

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    AS 4163-1994 Glassware - Guide to the use of piston operated volumetric apparatus (POVA)
    AS 2243.2-1990 Safety in laboratories - Chemical aspects
    AS/NZS 2243.2:2006 Safety in laboratories Chemical aspects

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