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Sampling and analysis of airborne methylbromide


, : Sampling and analysis of airborne methylbromide. Chromatographia 27(1-2): 37-43

Air sampling of methylbromide using 900 mg HBr-treated activated charcoal tubes, followed by solvent desorption and FID or ECD chromatographic analysis makes it possible to evaluate concentrations ranging from 0.2 ppm (1 mg .times. m-3) to 250 ppm (1 g .times. m-3) at ambient temperature even with a high hygrometric level. Thermal desorption does not lead to satisfactory results.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02290402


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