This Standard Reference Material (SRM®) consists of an alumina powder (corundum structure) intended primarily for use as an internal standard for quantitative phase analysis using powder diffraction methods. A unit of NIST-676a consists of approximately 20 g of powder, bottled in an argon atmosphere. /// Sample value(s) - please ask for current certificate.
Certificate of Analysis (specimen)
Reference Material CoA specimen: for the current lot, please contact your customer service representative at firstname.lastname@example.org
Product data sheet
View all available product details e.g. description, analytes/parameters, CAS Number, concentrations/values, sales unit/product format, method, source, transport information
NIST provides over 1300 Standard Reference Materials® as well as articles and practice guides describing the development, analysis and use of SRMs.
NIST Standard Reference Materials are used by analytical laboratories in industry, academia and government in order to facilitate commerce and trade and to advance research and development. The SRMs are produced by the engineering laboratory, the material measurement laboratory, and the physical measurement laboratory at NIST. They are available for chemical composition, physical properties, and engineering materials.