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The Positive of Negative Numbers

The Positive of Negative Numbers

You may have seen a gas concentration reported as less than zero, and that may have made the alarm bells go off. There can of course not be less than no molecules present in the air. But it doesn’t have to mean that the monitoring equipment is bad, it can just as well be valuable data. Let’s take a closer look on how that works!
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Fence-line Monitoring: Benzene and Beyond

Fence-line Monitoring: Benzene and Beyond

Fence-line monitoring of the ambient air around industrial facilities can protect health and environment, but it can also help track leaks and improve production quality. How does it work, and what should be monitored? Here’s an introduction to the subject.
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Continuous Emissions Monitoring of Total Mercury

Continuous Emissions Monitoring of Total Mercury

Mercury emissions from waste incinerators and other industrial facilities are often strictly regulated. This calls for monitoring of mercury concentrations. That is not always an easy task, but there is a method available giving the true total mercury content in the flue gas. Let us take a closer look at the topic.
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