Monitoring effluents from an air toxic control device using continuous nonmethane organic carbon analyzer.

@article{Yu2000MonitoringEF,
  title={Monitoring effluents from an air toxic control device using continuous nonmethane organic carbon analyzer.},
  author={Ting Chung Yu and Somenath Mitra and Gary McAllister},
  journal={AIHAJ : a journal for the science of occupational and environmental health and safety},
  year={2000},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={
          16-21
        }
}
Nonmethane organic carbon (NMOC) is a measure of total organic carbon other than methane in an air emission. It is a convenient way of expressing total organic emissions in terms of carbon. Development of a continuous NMOC (referred to as the C-NMOC) analyzer was recently reported. A microsorbent trap called the microtrap is the key component of this instrument. The microtrap selectively concentrates the organic compounds and then desorbs them as an injection pulse for NMOC detection. The… CONTINUE READING

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