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Production and use of reference materials for environmental analyses: conclusions of a workshop

Abstract : Reference materials (RMs) play a vital role for the verification of the quality control of environmental analysis. The increasing requirements imposed to environmental control laboratories call for greater co-operation among RM producers and end-users to better define future production strategies. It is recognised that the present system is unlikely to be able to cope with the increasing demand for certified and non-certified RMs within the forthcoming years. These issues were discussed in the framework of a workshop funded by the M&T programme of the European Commission, which brought together RM producers, certification experts and end-users. This report summarises the round-table discussions and expert recommendations.
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B de Guillebon, Florence Pannier, F Seby, D Bennink, Ph Quevauviller, et al.. Production and use of reference materials for environmental analyses: conclusions of a workshop. Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Elsevier, 2001, 20 (3), pp.160-166. ⟨10.1016/S0165-9936(00)00086-8⟩. ⟨hal-03591167⟩

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