The Determination of Tetraethyl Lead Using Purge and Trap Sampling

The presence of Tetraethyl Lead (TEL) is toxic in drinking water.  It has the possibility of decreasing brain function, causing headaches, as well as kidney damage with continuous ingestion.  The maximum concentration permissible in drinking water regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is 15µg/L for adults. This paper will go into detail of how purge and trap sampling can accurately detect Tetraethyl Lead in water samples

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