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Question:What is the hydrogen sulfide concentration range that can be monitored using a copper tarnish method?

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by gretchengehrke | November 08, 2017 23:28 | #15162

I'm interested in working on the copper pipe method developed by Lionel Milberger, described here: https://publiclab.org/wiki/hydrogen-sulfide-copper-pipe. There are some core questions we need to answer, the first of which relates to the detection range possible using a visual copper tarnish method.


What's a good way to determine this? Would it work to set up a test somewhere there is H2S, alongside a calibrated H2S detection technique and compare readings?

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