Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 11:19:46 -0500
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From: Andrew Gross <gross.drew**At_Symbol_Here**GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: MDL of Lead Acetate Paper

Hi everyone,

Another search for an answer.  Does anyone know the MDL for Lead
Acetate paper detecting hydrogen sulfide?  More importantly, is that
number less then 0.88ppm?  I'm trying to streamline a test with a
pre-analysis prior to analysis.  Our MDL is 0.88ppm, so if the paper
will react to lower concentrations then I can say negative paper is
below detectable limits saving me from a very annoying test.  Will
need a legal and scientifically accepted reference to ammend to our

As always thank you to everyone for making my stressful job easier.

On a side note, those nasty samples have been repackaged to be shipped
back to the origin.  I'm very happy to have them far away from me.  I
will be forever greatful for the support that everyone provided during
the investigation.  I can not thank everyone individually, there was
just to many helpful people.


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