Monitoring Water in the 1990's

Monitoring Water in the 1990's

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Papers of the Denver, Colo. meeting in June 1990 address topics apposite to industrial, governmental, and environmental scientists concerned with water quality. Includes chapters on radiochemical analysis, inorganic constituents of water, methods for organics detection, sediments, microbiology, oil.Of the methods currently used, the most popular is purge and trap (Paamp;T) in combination with gas chromatography [1-3]. Both packed and ... When an electron capture detector (ECD) is used, high baseline problems may be encountered.

Title:Monitoring Water in the 1990's
Author:Jack R. Hall
Publisher:ASTM International - 1991


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