Capsule- and disk-filter procedure

@article{Skrobialowski2016CapsuleAD,
  title={Capsule- and disk-filter procedure},
  author={Stanley C. Skrobialowski},
  journal={Techniques of water-resources investigations},
  year={2016}
}
  • Stanley C. Skrobialowski
  • Published 2016
  • Materials Science
  • Techniques of water-resources investigations
  • Capsule and disk filters are disposable, self-contained units composed of a pleated or woven filter medium encased in a polypropylene or other plastic housing that can be connected inline to a sample-delivery system (such as a submersible or peristaltic pump) that generates sufficient pressure (positive or negative) to force water through the filter.1 Filter media are available in several pore sizes, but 0.45 μm is the pore size used routinely for most studies at this time. Capsule or disk… CONTINUE READING

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