Monitoring Methods for Toxics in the Atmosphere

    Zielinski WL, Dorko WD
    Published: 1990

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    Addresses some of the most important classes of air toxics, those that currently generate national and international concern regarding human and ecological hazards, namely volatile organic compounds; acid gases; and HCL and heavy metals from waste incineration. 16 papers that review developments and challenges in the areas of sampling, instrumentation, standards, and analysis of monitoring programs for quantitatively assessing levels of toxic air pollutants.

    Table of Contents

    Zielinski W.

    Dorko W., Zielinski W.

    Air Toxics Monitoring Plan for the Denver Metropolitan Area—Integrated Environmental Management Project
    Frey S., Komp M., Svoboda L.

    Defining Toxics Problems at the State Level—The State of California's Monitoring Program
    Crowe D.

    Program Strategies for Standards Development for Hazardous Waste Incineration
    von Lehmden D.

    Assessing the Performance of Ambient Air Samplers for Volatile Organic Compounds
    Crist H.

    Auditing Hazardous Waste Incineration—EPA Program
    Allen J., Jayanty R., Sokol C., von Lehmden D.

    Development of Multicomponent Parts-per-Billion-Level Gas Standards of Volatile Toxic Organic Compounds
    Rhoderick G., Zielinski W.

    Mobile Field Monitoring of Volatile Organics and Toxic Air Pollutants Using a Mobile Tandem Mass Spectrometer System
    DeBrou G., Mo S., Shushan B., Webster W.

    Comparison of Techniques in Gas Analysis
    Risch S.

    Characterization of a Low-Concentration-Level Acid Gas Calibration System: Sulfur Dioxide in Air, from 100 to 1 ppb
    Cai Z., Dorko W.

    Analysis of Low-Concentration-Level Gaseous Sulfur Compounds in the Atmosphere
    Goldan P.

    New Technologies for Use in Acid Deposition Networks
    Castledine C., Denno R., Drummond J., Green J., Mackay G., Schiff H.

    Strategies for Continuous Monitoring of Hydrogen Chloride Emissions from Municipal Solid Waste Incinerators
    Jernigan J., Logan T., Midgett M., Rollins R., Shanklin S.

    Measurement of HCl in Flue Gas by Infrared Spectroscopy with the Spectran 677 Infrared HCl Monitoring System
    Breton H.

    Analysis of Atmospheric Particulate Samples via Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis
    Greenberg R.

    Mutagenic Atmospheric Aerosol Sources Apportioned by Receptor Modeling
    Baumgardner R., Claxton L., Cupitt L., Currie L., Dzubay T., Highsmith R., Klouda G., Lewis C., Lewtas J., Stevens R., Zak B., Zweidinger R.

    Sampling and Analysis of Nitrogen Dioxide and Respirable Particles in the Indoor Environment
    Billick I., Harlos D., Ryan P., Soczek M., Spengler J., Treitman R., Yanagisawa Y.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D22

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1052-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5116-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1271-1

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