Continuous Monitoring of Total Dissolved Gases in Natural Waters. A Feasibility Study,
COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER N H
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A preliminary investigation was undertaken to determine if a monitoring device capable of unattended operation could be configured to continuously measure total dissolved gases in natural waters. A three-component system was designed consisting of a pumping system, a continuous gas stripper, and a detector. Prototypes of the first two components were assembled and evaluated under field conditions. Based upon these results, it is possible to configure a monitor capable of unattended operation for continuous measurement of total dissolved gas concentrations in natural waters.
- Physical Chemistry
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