I'm mostly asking out of curiosity. Public Lab's MiniVol documentation focuses on particulate mon...
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by kgradow1 |
May 08, 2020 21:41 |
I'm mostly asking out of curiosity. Public Lab's MiniVol documentation focuses on particulate monitoring but does note that it can be used with Tedlar bags. Has anyone used it in this way? @mathew
Hi! as fas as I know MiniVols can really only be used for PM, understanding the makeup of that PM. You can read more about the lab testing offered here : https://publiclab.org/wiki/minivol#Available+types+of+analysis+for+MiniVol+filters
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