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Article Dans Une Revue Geothermics Année : 2012

Inter-laboratory comparison of SiO2 analysis for geothermal water chemistry

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M.P. Verma
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Georgina Izquierdo
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Alfredo Aparicio
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M.A. Armienta
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Mayela Sanchez
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Juna Rizza P. Gabriel
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Irene D. Farjanela
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Roberto Renderos
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Cherry Bernadette A. Acha
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Rasi Prasetio
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Irma Grajeles
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Lisette Reyes Delgado
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Kizito Opondo
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Regina Zendejas Esparza
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L.A. Panama
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R.T. Salazar
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P. G. Lim
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F. Javino
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Résumé

The results of an inter-laboratory comparison of silica analysis of seven water samples (coded as IIE19-IIE25) are presented. The first six samples (IIE19-IIE24) were prepared by diluting a certain amount of silicon (Si) standard 1000 ± 0.1% ppm, HYCEL, Mexico, in distilled water, while the seventh sample IIE25 is natural geothermal water. The conventional true values for the silica (SiO2) concentration of IIE19-IIE24 are 61.1, 213.9, 366.7, 520, 825, and 978 ppm, respectively. The present analysis database consists of 27 datasets, analyzed by colorimetry (13 sets), atomic absorption spectrometry (7 sets) and inductively coupled plasma (7 sets) techniques. The analyses were performed with two procedures: (i) individual laboratory procedure (or conventional procedure) and (ii) dilution of samples in the range 50-200 ppm SiO2. The mean (View the MathML sourcex¯) and standard deviation (s) calculation after eliminating extreme values (outliers) with View the MathML sourcex¯±2s method was used for the statistical data treatment. Presently, the overall error in the analysis is at least ±10%. A comparison of analytical error and uncertainty for individual analytical technique suggests that the inductively coupled plasma (ICP) and colorimetry are relatively better techniques for the analysis of SiO2 in geothermal waters; however, there are some statistical artifacts on the colorimetric results because their number of measurements was double that of atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) and ICP. The analysis quality (i.e., precision and accuracy) may be improved by using the data control procedure with some high quality standard (e.g., NIST standards). One of the factors of systematic error is associated with the preparation of laboratory standards.
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hal-01017040 , version 1 (01-07-2014)

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M.P. Verma, Georgina Izquierdo, Guimo A. Urbino, Sophie Gangloff, Roberto Garcia, et al.. Inter-laboratory comparison of SiO2 analysis for geothermal water chemistry. Geothermics, 2012, 44, pp.33-42. ⟨10.1016/j.geothermics.2012.06.003⟩. ⟨hal-01017040⟩
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