Published: Jun 1975
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In 1971 in recognition of the important relationship between the measurement and the effective control of air pollution, Committee D-22 of American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) initiated a pioneering program, designated Project Threshold, to validate methods for measuring contaminants in the ambient atmosphere and in emissions from individual sources. The first phase of the program was devoted to evaluation of methods for measuring the content of nitrogen dioxide (D 1607-69), sulfur dioxide (D 2914-70T), dustfall (D 1739-70), total sulfation (D 2010-65), particulate matter (D 1704-61), and lead (D 3112) in the atmosphere (1-6).
Howes, J. E.
Pesut, R. N.
Foster, J. F.
Paper ID: MNL11981D