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Round robin tests XRF-analysis XRF Round-robin test ATILH, France - Cement 16/3215/06

Study organized by:
Association Technique de l'industrie des liantshydrauliques (ATILH)
Material of proficiency test:
Portlandcement CEM I 52.5 N
Study finished:
2016 - 7
Literature:
Report Round-robin test

major elements [wt %]

CRBRV1sRVZ-Score
Al₂O₃5,0305,1500,090-1,330
CaO62,70062,8000,370-0,270
Fe₂O₃-tot2,7402,8100,040-1,680
K₂O0,8800,8800,0200,000
MgO1,9401,9500,060-0,250
Na₂O0,2100,2200,030-0,500
P₂O50,4700,4800,020-0,750
SiO₂19,27019,4900,220-1,020
SrO0,0770,0700,0100,700
SO₃3,4403,4600,080-0,250
TiO₂0,3400,3300,0100,500
LOI2,7702,4300,2001,700

trace elements [µg/g]

CRBRV1sRVZ-Score

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CRB
results CRB
cooperative test
results collaborative study
1s-RV
Standard deviation collaborative study
Z-Score
Difference of measured value from mean study
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Value not certified

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