Rapid and Reliable Detection of Dissolved Gases in Water
19 Nov 2014

A possible approach for measuring gas content in water is to saturate water with a gas standard or a mix of gases and use that water to build a calibration curve via sequential dilution. This application note demonstrates this in an aim to describe a rapid and reliable gas chromatography method for identifying and quantifying methane, ethane, ethylene, and propane in waters affected by hydraulic fracturing operations.

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