The Symposium on Calibration in Air Monitoring was presented at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colo., 5-7 Aug., 1975. The symposium was sponsored by The American Society for Testing and Materials through its Committee D-22 on Methods of Sampling and Analysis of Atmospheres. R. L. Chapman, Beckman Instruments, Inc., presided as symposium chairman. D. C. Sheesley, Ambient Analysis, Inc., presided as symposium cochairman.
Calibration of Stack Gas Instrumentation
Application and Description of a Portable Calibration System
Debbrecht F., Neel E.
Qualification of Source Test Methods as Reference Methods
Howes J., Pesut R.
Certification Experience with Extractive Emission Monitoring Systems
Bonam W., Fuller W.
Interagency Comparison of lodometric Methods for Ozone Determination
DeMore W., Feldstein M., Hamming W., Mueller P., Romanovsky J.
Evaluation and Collaborative Testing of a Continuous Colorimetric Method for Measurement of Nitrogen Dioxide in Ambient Air
Constant P., Fuerst R., Margeson J., Scheil G., Sharp M.
Gas Standards, How Standard Are They?
Grieco H., Wechter S.
Problems with Zero Gases for Ultra-Low Level Measurements of Air Pollutants
Marrin J., Scott W.
Development of Synthetic Standard Samples for Trace Analysis of Air Particulates
Pradzynski A., Rhodes J.
Redundant Calibration of Nitric Oxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Ozone Air Pollution Monitors by Chemical and Gravimetric Techniques
Alvord H., Delumyea R., Kok G., Stedman D.
Paper ID: STP598-EB