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This document describes an analytical procedure for the determination of platinum in platinum alloys with a nominal content up to 990 ‰ (parts per thousand), including alloys according to ISO 9202.

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This document describes an analytical procedure for the determination of palladium in palladium alloys with a nominal content up to 990 ? (parts per thousand), including alloys according to ISO 9202.

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This document specifies a range of fineness of precious metal alloys (excluding solders) recommended for use in the field of jewellery.
NOTE       There is a possibility that national legal requirements for the designation, marking, and stamping of finished articles exist in the respective countries.

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ISO 8654:2018 specifies a limited number of colours of gold alloy and the method to measure colours.
ISO 8654:2018 applies to objects made of gold alloys or coated by gold alloys.

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ISO 11490:2015 specifies a gravimetric method for the determination of palladium in palladium jewellery alloys, preferably within the range of fineness stated in ISO 9202.
These alloys may contain silver, indium, gallium, copper, cobalt, nickel, tin, and ruthenium. Coprecipitated elements have to be determined by a suitable method and a correction applied.

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The method of ISO 11427:2014 describes a volumetric method for the determination of silver in jewellery alloys, preferably within the range of fineness stated in ISO 9202.
These alloys may contain copper, zinc, cadmium, and palladium. Apart from palladium, which must be precipitated before commencing titration, these elements do not interfere with this method of determination.
This method is intended to be used as the referee method for the determination of fineness in alloys covered by ISO 9202.

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ISO 11210:2014 specifies a gravimetric method for the determination of platinum in platinum jewellery alloys, preferably within the range of fineness stated in ISO 9202.
These alloys can contain palladium, iridium, rhodium, copper, cobalt, gold, ruthenium, gallium, chromium, indium, and less than 5 % tungsten. Some modifications are indicated where palladium, iridium, rhodium, gold, or ruthenium are present.

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This document specifies a cupellation method (fire assay) for the determination of gold on a material considered homogeneous. The gold content of the sample lies preferably between 100 and 999,5 parts per thousand (‰) by weight. Fineness above 999,5 ‰ can be determined using a spectroscopy method by difference (e.g. ISO 15093).
The procedure is applicable to most types of gold samples. Some modifications are indicated for specific cases (presence of large amount of base metals, platinum or palladium, silver). It is not compatible with the presence above trace levels of iridium, rhodium and ruthenium (more than 0,25 ‰ for the sum of all three elements).
This method is also intended to be used as the recommended method for the determination of fineness in jewellery alloys covered by ISO 9202.

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This document specifies a gravimetric method for the determination of platinum in platinum alloys. The platinum content of sample lies preferably between 50 and 999 parts per thousands (‰) by weight. Fineness above 999 ‰ can be determined using a spectroscopy method by difference (e.g. ISO 15093).
This method is also intended to be used as one of the recommended methods for the determination of fineness in jewellery alloys covered by ISO 9202.

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This document specifies a gravimetric method for the determination of palladium in palladium alloys. The palladium content of the sample lies preferably between 50 and 999 parts per thousand (‰). Fineness above 999 ‰ can be determined using a spectroscopy method by difference (e.g. ISO 15093).
This method is also intended to be used as one of the recommended methods for the determination of fineness in jewellery alloys covered by ISO 9202.

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ISO 11494:2014 describes a method for the determination of platinum in platinum jewellery alloys, preferably within the range of fineness specified in ISO 9202, by means of inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES).
This method applies to platinum jewellery alloys that might contain silver, indium, iridium, gallium, copper, cobalt, nickel, tin, and ruthenium. However, this list is not exhaustive and care is always to be taken to investigate potential interference effects.

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ISO 11495:2014 describes a method for the determination of palladium in palladium jewellery alloys, preferably within the range of fineness specified in ISO 9202, by means of inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES).
The preferred palladium content of the alloys lies between 500 ? (parts per thousand) and 950 ? palladium.
NOTE This method can be used to analyse other contents of palladium.
This method is intended to be used as the recommended method for the determination of fineness in alloys covered by ISO 9202.

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ISO 9202:2014 specifies a range of fineness of precious metal alloys (excluding solders) recommended for use in the field of jewellery.
National legal requirements for the designation, marking, and stamping of finished articles in the respective countries have to be taken into account.

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ISO 11426:2014 specifies a cupellation method (fire assay) for the determination of gold in gold jewellery alloys. The gold content of the alloys should preferably lie between 333 and 999 parts per thousand (?).
The procedure is applicable specifically to gold alloys incorporating silver, copper, and zinc. Some modifications are indicated where nickel and/or palladium are present in the so-called white gold alloys, as well as for alloys containing 990 or more parts per thousand (?) of gold.
ISO 11426:2014 is intended to be used as the recommended method for the determination of fineness in alloys covered by ISO 9202.

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