STP Published: 1990

Monitoring Methods for Toxics in the Atmosphere

Editor(s): Walter L. Zielinski Jr, William D. Dorko

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

WL Zielinski, WD Dorko

M Komp, L Svoboda, S Frey

D Crowe

DJ von Lehmden

HL Crist

RKM Jayanty, JM Allen, CK Sokol, DJ von Lehmden

GC Rhoderick, WL Zielinski

BI Shushan, G DeBrou, SH Mo, W Webster

SJ Risch

WD Dorko, Z-T Cai

PD Goldan

JW Drummond, C Castledine, J Green, R Denno, GI Mackay, HI Schiff

R Rollins, TJ Logan, MR Midgett, JR Jernigan, S Shanklin

H Breton

RR Greenberg

RK Stevens, CW Lewis, TG Dzubay, RE Baumgardner, RB Zweidinger, RV Highsmith, LT Cupitt, J Lewtas, LD Claxton, L Currie, GA Klouda, B Zak

RD Treitman, PB Ryan, DP Harlos, ML Soczek, Y Yanagisawa, JD Spengler, IH Billick

WL Zielinski

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Developed by Committee: D22
Pages: 228
DOI: 10.1520/STP1052-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5116-1
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1271-1