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 Trace gases in the atmosphere are known to be sources of photochemical smog, global warming, climate change, ozone depletion and acid rain. To quantify, understand and control these problems, highly sensitive gas measurement instruments are required...
 Problem: We live in a modern world where new developments in science and technology provide much convenience in our everyday living – such as ammonia monitoring. We have all sorts of production and manufacturing plants that produce consumable...
 Oxygen (O2) is the third most abundant element in the atmosphere after hydrogen and helium. For living organisms including human life, oxygen is essential for breathing. An adult human who is at rest requires 1.8 to 2.4 grams of oxygen per minute...
 Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy or tdlas is an optical method of detecting trace concentrations of one or more selected gases mixed with other gases. The instrument is designed to detect absorptions as small as one part in 106 under...
 Continuous emission monitoring (CEM) ensures that the mandatory reductions for SO2 and NOx under the Acid Rain Program are being achieved. While traditional emission programs have required facilities to meet requirements as to specific emission...