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5. Adsorption on the containers was observed for storage periods of up to 75 d with the use of a NaI(Tl) well crystal. 3 Sample Preservation and Storage 25 antimony. 0 in polyethylene (excepting rubidium) or Pyrex glass (excepting silver). 5 eliminated adsorption on polyethylene but this was only partly effective with scandium and uranium. Pellenberg and Church  have discussed the storage and processing of estuarine water samples for analysis by atomic absorption spectrometry. Flegal and Stokes  have described a sample processing technique necessary for avoiding lead contamination of seawater samples prior to lead stable isotope measurements by thermal ionisation mass spectrometry.
9 shows the percentage loss as a function of time for silver, cadmium, and zinc from artiﬁcial seawater stored in polyethylene, borosilicate glass, PTFE at various pH and R values. 2 Cadmium Borosilicate glass 4 Cadmium in polyethylene and in PTFE, and zinc in polyethylene, R cm–1 = speciﬁc surface area. 9. 3 Sample Preservation and Storage 23 24 1 Sampling and Storage For arsenic (added as sodium arsenate) and selenium (added as sodium selenite), losses were insigniﬁcant in all the container materials considered, irrespective of matrix composition.
7 nmol/kg. 3. Salinity of seawater captured by various sampling devices in the CEPEX enclosure indicates problems not revealed in the usual oceanographic sampling situation. Relative to peristaltic pumping, all samples exhibited some salinity anomalies. Inadequate ﬂushing to rinse the sampler of any concentrated brine or entrapped seawater is thought to be a problem. 4. Logistics and cleaning procedures are important factors in successful sampler intercomparison. 3 Sample Preservation and Storage 17 the performance of a certain type of sampler or analytical technique based on results of one set of tests, especially if procedures are changed.