SEDL / STP / STP957-EB
Sampling and Calibration for Atmospheric Measurements
Papers explain how to design and carry out atmospheric sampling, how to reliably calibrate instruments, and thus how to obtain more reliable measurements in relation to understanding and controlling air pollution, work place atmospheres, and indoor air quality.
Table of Contents
General Principles of Sampling
Principles of Calibration
Overview of Indoor Air Quality Sampling and Analysis
Indoor Air Quality Measurements
Fortmann R., Koontz M., Nagda N.
Field Measurements for Air Quality in Office Buildings: A Three-Phased Approach to Diagnosing Building Performance Problems
Collett C., McIntyre E., Meredith J., Sterling E., Sterling T.
Sampling of Microbiological Contaminants in Indoor Air
Precision and Accuracy Assessment Derived from Calibration Data
The EPA's Role in the Quality Assurance of Ambient Air Pollutant Measurements
McElroy F., Puzak J.
Parts-Per-Billion Gaseous Mixtures: A New Challenge
Denyszyn R., Sassaman T.
Trace Gas Calibration Systems Using Permeation Devices
Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectrometry for Ultra-Trace Measurement and Calibration of Atmospheric Constituents
Fried A., Sams R.
Special Calibration Systems for Reactive Gases and Other Difficult Measurements
Dorko W., Hughes E.
Strategy for Industrial Hygiene Monitoring in the Chemical Industry
Laboratory and Field Validation of Solid Sorbent Samplers
The U. S. Army's New Industrial Hygiene Sampling Guide
Belkin F., Bishop R.
McConnaughey P., McKee E.
Recent Developments in the Sampling and Analysis of Isocyanates in Air
Booth K., Dharmarajan V., Hackathorn D., Lingg R.
Collection and Analysis of Airborne Hexamethylene Diisocyanate by a Modified OSHA Method
Cassidy R., Esposito G., Kippenberger D., Podolak G.
Paper ID: STP957-EB
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