National Measurement Institute - NMI Sydney Chemical and Biological Services

Site

Chemical Reference Materials

Accreditation No.

198

Site No.

14214

Date of Accreditation

19 Jan 2000

Address

105 Delhi Road
North Ryde, NSW 2113
Australia

measurement.gov.au

Contact

Dr S Davies P: +61 (02) 94490183

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO 17034 (2016)

Calibration

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Pure organic certified reference materials Agrichemicals Fungicides; Herbicides; Insecticides Mass balance; Quantitative Nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) Reference Materials Producers Quality Manual Pure organic compounds within the molecular weight range 70 - 900 g/mol

Capability

With property value capability of -
Purity from 80% - 100%
Range of uncertainties:
0.3 to 2.5% for molecular weights between 70 to 500 g/mol
0.5 to 2.5% for molecular weights between 501 and 900 g/mol
Covers compounds that are amendable to the mass balance and/or qNMR approach. This includes but is not limited Fungicides; Herbicides and Insecticides; their metabolites, degradation products and isotopically labelled analogues   
Forensic drugs 1-Phenyl-2-aminobutanes and related compounds; Amphetamines and related compounds; Butiophenones (α-alkylamino) and related substances; Cathinones (α-aminopropiophenones); Cocaine, metabolites and related compounds; Ephedrine and related substances; Miscellaneous compounds; Opiates and related substances; Pentiophenones (α-alkylamino) and related substances; Phenethylamines and related compounds; Synthetic cannabinoids Mass balance; Quantitative Nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) Reference Materials Producers Quality Manual Pure organic compounds within the molecular weight range 70 - 500 g/mol

Capability

With property value capability of -
Purity from 70% to 100%
Range of uncertainties:
0.3 to 2.5 % for molecular weights between 70 to 500 g/mol
0.5 to 2.5 % for molecular weights between 501 to 900 g/mol
Supported by CIPM Key Comparisons CCQM-K55a, b, c and d and CCQM-K104
Covers compounds that are amenable to the mass balance and/or qNMR approach. This includes but is not limited to Cathinones (α-aminopropiophenones); Cocaine including metabolites and related compounds;  Ephedrine and related substances; Opiates and related substances; Phenethylamines and related compounds; Synthetic cannabinoids
Sport doping control references Growth promotants and metabolites; Hormone antagonists and modulators; Phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors; Prohormones and metabolites; Stimulants; Synthetic cannabinoids; Synthetic steroids and metabolites; Testosterone and metabolites Mass balance; Quantitative Nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) Reference Materials Producers Quality Manual  Pure organic compounds within the molecular weight range 70 - 900 g/mol

Capability

With property value capability of -
Purity from 80% to 100%
Range of uncertainties:
0.3 to 2.5% for molecular weights from 70 to 500 g/mol
0.5 to 2.5% for molecular weights from 501 to 900 g/mol
Supported by CIPM Key Comparisons CCQM-K55a, b, c and d and CCQM-K104
Covers compounds that are amenable to the the mass balance and/or qNMR approach.
This includes but is not limited to Non-peptide Growth Promotants and metabolites; Non-peptide Hormone Antagonists and Modulators; Pro-hormones and metabolites; Stimulants; Synthetic Cannabinoids; Synthetic Steroids and metabolites; Testosterone and metabolites; Degradation Products and Isotopically Labelled Analogues  
Veterinary drugs Antibiotics and key metabolites; Key metabolites and surrogates; Veterinary steroids Mass balance; Quantitative Nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) Reference Material Producers Quality Manual Pure organic compounds within the molecular weight range of 70 to 500 g/mol

Capability

With property value capability of -
Purity from 80% to 100%
Range of uncertainties:
0.3 to 2.5% for molecular weights between 70 to 500 g/mol
0.5 to 2.5% for molecular weights between 501 to 900 g/mol
Supported by CIPM Key Comparisons CCQM-K55a, b, c and d and and CCQM-K104
Covers compounds that are amendable to the mas balance and/or qNMR approach. This includes but is not limited to Antibiotics and Veterinary steroids including key metabolites and surrogates, degradation products and isotopically labelled analogues


qNMR standards 1,4-Bis(trimethylsilyl)-benzene; 2,6-Di-tery-butyl-4-methylphenol; Dimethyl fumarate; Dimethyl sulfone; Dimethyl terephthalate; Glycine; Hydroquinone; Maleic acid; Potassium hydrogen maleate; Sodium acetate; Trioxane; Triphenylphosphine oxide Mass balance; Quantitative Nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR)

Capability

With a Property Value Capability of -
STANDARD
PURITY (%)
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY (%)
1,4-Bis(trimethylsilyl) benzene1000.3
2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenol99.90.3
Dimethyl fumarate99.90.3
Dimethyl sulfone1000.08
Dimethyl terephthalate1000.3
Glycine1000.04
Hydroquinone99.60.3
Maleic acid98.80.1
Potassium hydrogen maleate99.70.16
Sodium acetate60.10.2
Trioxane1000.4
Triphenylphosphine oxide1000.4

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