Published: Jan 1983
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This paper describes a method of measurement of sulfur compounds in liquid and gases from 0 to 100 parts per billion by volume. It is applicable to atmospheric sulfur measurements. Equipment using this method is suitable for mobile mounting in an automobile, helicopter, or airplane.
sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, total sulfur, instruments, monitors, colorimetry, air pollution, measurement, atmospheric sulfation
President and vice-president, Houston Atlas, Inc., Houston, Tex