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radiello BTEX Calibration Kit (Thermal Desorption)

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NB.24

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The BTEX Calibration Kit (thermal desorption) was designed for the analysis of BTEX in urban environments followed by thermal desorption. The kit may be used for both routine calibration and quality control. The kit consists of twelve RAD145 Cartridge Adsorbents. Three of which are blanks and nine, divided into three concentration groups, are preloaded with BTEX to simulate 7 day exposures (100,080 minutes). Concentrations are described in the listed table. The values shown are indicative. Actual concentrations are certified for each lot. BTEX is spiked on the cartridges by injecting vaporized BTEX standards in methanol under nitrogen flow. A methanol peak may be visible during chromatographic analysis. The cartridges are stable for at least four months when stored at 4°C.

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Ambient Volatile Organic Compound Monitoring by Diffusive Sampling. Compatibility of High Uptake Rate Samplers With Thermal Desorption
Bates, M., et al.
Analyst, 122, 1481-1484 (1997)
Performances of the [TM="Radiello"] diffusive sampler for BTEX measurements: Influence of environmental conditions and determination of modelled sampling rates
Pennequin-Cardinal, A., et al.
Atmospheric Environment, 39 (14), 2535-2544 (2005)
Assessment of uncertainty of benzene measurements by Radiello diffusive sampler
Plaisance, H., et al.
Atmospheric Environment, 42 (10), 2555-2568 (2008)
Mariusz Marć et al.
The Science of the total environment, 481, 35-46 (2014-02-28)
Analysis of literature data published in the last few years leads to the conclusion that in the process of assessment of emission flux of organic compounds emitted from different types of equipment and finishing materials, new types of devices, among...
Maurizio Caselli et al.
Environmental research, 109(2), 149-157 (2008-12-26)
Mean volatile organic compound (VOC) concentrations in 16 newspaper stands and in two printing shops were monitored for the purpose of quantifying the various VOCs in these areas and to relate the results. In each site halogenated, oxygenated, aliphatic, and...

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radiello® Diffusive Air Sampling Application - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) Thermally Desorbed

Volatile organic compounds are trapped by adsorption and recovered by thermal desorption, analysis is performed by capillary gas chromatography and FID or MS detection.

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