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Round robin tests XRF-analysis Round-robin test third-party supervisor 2015 - Fly ash

Study organized by:
Institut für Bauforschung und Lehrstuhl für Baustoffkunde (IBAC) an der RWTH Aachen - über KIWA Bautest Berlin
Material of proficiency test:
Steinkohleflugasche
Study finished:
2016 - 6
Literature:
Bericht zur Vergleichsprüfung der Fremdüberwacher 2014 (Laborcode CRB = 52)

major elements [wt %]

CRBRV1sRVZ-Score
Na₂O-Äqu.2,2202,1800,2700,180
MgO1,4601,4500,1200,070
Al₂O₃24,60024,5002,1000,220
SiO₂54,70055,8001,3000,870
P₂O50,4500,4300,1000,170
SO₃0,9800,7900,1301,380
CaO3,2203,2300,2400,020
Fe₂O₃ tot.7,4007,4300,5000,060
TC1,5001,5300,0700,430

trace elements [µg/g]

CRBRV1sRVZ-Score

Legend

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

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