Measurement Challenges in Atmospheric Chemistry, Issue 232
Leonard Newman, American Chemical Society. Division of Analytical Chemistry
American Chemical Society, Jan 1, 1993 - Science - 407 pages
Presents discussions on state-of-the-art techniques and instrumentation used for atmospheric measurements. Summarizes progress in a variety of areas of atmospheric research and identifies areas that should now be addressed by the research community. Provides in-depth coverage of the measurement of both aerosols and gases. Reviews techniques for measuring species in the troposphere and mesosphere. Serves as an excellent reference for atmospheric scientists as well as an introduction to the field for analytical and gas-phase researchers interested in atmospheric measurement.
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