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BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 Water quality. Radium-226 Test method using emanometry

BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022

Water quality. Radium-226 Test method using emanometry

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Standard number:BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022
Pages:26
Released:2022-11-29
ISBN:978 0 539 16010 9
Status:Standard

BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 Water Quality - Radium-226 Test Method Using Emanometry

Introducing the BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022, a comprehensive and authoritative standard for water quality testing, specifically for Radium-226, using the emanometry method. This standard is a must-have for professionals in the field of water quality testing, environmental science, and public health. It provides a detailed and systematic approach to ensure the highest level of accuracy and reliability in your water quality assessments.

Released on 29th November 2022, this standard is the latest in the field, incorporating the most recent advancements and updates in water quality testing methodologies. With its 26 pages of in-depth information, it provides a thorough understanding of the Radium-226 test method using emanometry.

Key Features

The BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 standard offers a range of features that make it an invaluable resource for professionals and researchers alike:

  • Comprehensive: With 26 pages of detailed information, this standard provides a complete guide to the Radium-226 test method using emanometry.
  • Up-to-date: Released in 2022, it incorporates the latest advancements and updates in the field of water quality testing.
  • Authoritative: As a BS EN ISO standard, it carries the weight of international recognition and acceptance, ensuring that your testing methods are in line with global best practices.
  • Accessible: The standard is available in a convenient digital format (ISBN: 978 0 539 16010 9), making it easy to access and reference at any time.

Importance of Water Quality Testing

Water quality testing is a critical aspect of environmental science and public health. It helps to ensure that our water supplies are safe and free from harmful substances like Radium-226. The BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 standard provides a reliable and accurate method for testing the presence of Radium-226 in water, using the emanometry method. This ensures that you can confidently assess the safety of water supplies and take necessary action if required.

Why Choose BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022?

Choosing the BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 standard for your water quality testing needs ensures that you are using a method that is recognized and accepted internationally. This not only enhances the credibility of your testing results but also ensures that you are using a method that is based on the latest scientific research and advancements.

Whether you are a professional in the field of water quality testing, a researcher, or a student, the BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 standard is an essential resource that will enhance your understanding and application of the Radium-226 test method using emanometry.

Invest in the BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 standard today and ensure the highest level of accuracy and reliability in your water quality assessments.

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BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022


This standard BS EN ISO 13165-2:2022 Water quality. Radium-226 is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.060.60 Examination of physical properties of water
  • 17.240 Radiation measurements
This document specifies a test method to determine radium-226 (226Ra) activity concentration in all types of water by emanometry. The test method specified is suitable for the determination of the soluble, suspended and total 226Ra activity concentration in all types of water with soluble 226Ra activity concentrations greater than 0,02 Bq l?1. The decay chains of 238U and 232Th are given in Annex A. Figure A.1 shows the 238U and its decay chain.