Principles of Diffusive Monitoring
23 Jul 2014

Diffusive monitoring is widely used in all air monitoring scenarios, i.e. occupational hygiene plus indoor air and ambient air monitoring. By eliminating the requirement for a sampling pump, diffusive monitoring provides a simple and cost-effective method of collecting the large number of samples required in many air monitoring programmes.

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