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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Determination Of Gaseous Analytes In Flow Systems. A Review
Author: Pasquini C.
Da Silva M.D.C.H.
Abstract: Efforts to develop flow systems for the determination of gaseous analytes in gaseous samples are critically reviewed. Although flow systems present a suitable alternative to management and processing of gaseous samples, relatively few papers dealing with this subject are found in the literature. The increased demand for determination of gaseous analytes, the advent of automated systems based on microcomputers and new devices, such as miniature solenoid valves, which facilitate manipulation of gaseous samples, and the easy access to gaseous standards has, along, driven some recent progress towards the use of flow systems. Flow systems constitute a versatile option capable to be applied to a wide concentration range, rapid, easy to operate with relatively low sample volume, becoming a low cost approach for determination of gaseous analytes.
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Date Issue: 1999
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