Mercury Vapor Analyzers: Finding the Right Fit for Your Needs
18 Nov 2014

There are many different technologies which can be used to detect mercury, and some may be more appropriate in certain environments than others. This paper explains the differences between gold film sensors, atomic absorption spectroscopy and atomic fluorescence spectroscopy, focusing on how these technologies work, what interferences they have and how sensitive they are to low levels of mercury vapor.

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