High Resolution Analysis of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas
18 Dec 2013

When conducting gas analysis by FTIR, the resolution and gas cell path length must be selected depending on the concentration and peak shape of the gas component of interest. This application note describes an example of high resolution measurement of the low-molecular weight gas, carbon monoxide (CO), using the IRTracer-100.

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