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Spectral sensing for metals

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by Shannon | May 16, 2012 04:14 | 1,060 views | 0 comments | shortlink 16 May 04:14

In conversation with Lee Portnoff today, he mentioned two potential ways to sense for metal halides (interested in this because of copper/iron issues in Houston) with the air column monitor:

  1. xray fluorescence (XRF)- take an xray of the source (on particulate or medium) and get a spectrum of the results. More info:

  2. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS)- analytical method, collect on a filter and then dissolve More info:

Some potentially useful resources here for air sensing:

Tags: spectrometer air-column-monitor


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