Revision 94A, May 15, 1994
Standard Test Methods for Chemical Analysis of Glass Sand
Includes all amendments and changes through Reapproval Notice , 2014
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Description / Abstract:
These test methods cover the chemical analysis of glass sands.
They are useful for either high-silica sands (99 % + silica
(SiO2)) or for high-alumina sands containing as much as
12 to 13 % alumina (Al2O3). Generally
nonclassical, the test methods are rapid and accurate. They include
the determination of silica and of total R2O3
(see 11.2.4), and the separate determination of total iron as iron
oxide (Fe2O3), titania (TiO2),
chromium oxide (Cr2O3), zirconia
(ZrO2), and ignition loss. Included are procedures for
the alkaline earths and alkalies. High-alumina sands may contain as
much as 5 to 6 % total alkalies and alkaline earths. It is
recommended that the alkalies be determined by flame photometry and
the alkaline earths by absorption spectrophotometry.