TAPPI T245 cm-98


Silicates and Silica in Pulp (Wet Ash Method)Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry / 26-Feb-1998

This method describes a procedure for determining the silicates and silica content of pulp.The pulp is wet-ashed using nitric and sulfuric acids. The insoluble residue is filtered, washed, ignited, and weighed as silicon dioxide.For a faster but less accurate procedure for measuring all acid insoluble material see TAPPI T 244 Acid-Insoluble Ash in Pulp.The ashing temperature used in this method has been changed from 575C (T 245 om-88) to 525C. This is consistent with recent changes in TAPPI T 211 Ash in Wood and Pulp, and is also consistent with current ASTM and ISO ash methods. The purpose behind this is to prevent the degradation of calcium carbonate that can occur at thehigher temperature. Please note that the precision statement contained in section 10 was developed using an ashing step at 575C, and has not been repeated at the lower ashing method of 525C.

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