|Abstract Title:||Photoionisation detection, its use in air quality monitoring and new developments for aqueous phase measurement|
|Presenter Name:||Mr Peter Morris|
Abstract Information :
Low-cost air quality monitors are now widely available and are helping us to understand and improve air quality. VOCs are becoming an increasingly important parameter to measure and PID is recognised as the best low-cost technique for their detection. This talk will cover the principles of PID and how it is utilised in air quality monitoring. A recent novel invention to allow direct rapid measurement of dissolved VOCs in water at regulatory levels will also be discussed.