Articles & Whitepapers
Background: According to the World Health Organization (WHO)1 , toluene (C6H5CH3) is a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) that is believed to be the most abundant hydrocarbon in the troposphere. Sources of anthropogenic toluene emissions include catalytic conversion of petroleum and chemical production facilities; but, vehicle exhaust was considered to be the dominant source. The adverse health ...
There are no major man-made sources of ground-level (or tropospheric) ozone. Instead, ozone is formed by chemical reactions involving nitrogen oxides (NOX), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and ...
Aerosols are tiny particles that are suspended in the air all around us. Although some aerosols are large enough to be visible to the naked human eye, the majority are so small that we do not even notice them. However, they have the ability to ...
Equipment & Solutions
The nCLD 899 Y analyzer is the next generation in high precision nitrogen oxide measurement. Unique in speed and reliability, the nCLD 899 Y is modular designed and capable of detecting lowest quantities of NO, NOx and NO2 in the range of parts per trillion. The new and intuitive graphical user interface “GUI“ also individually displays and connects to other instruments’ data.