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TitleVolatile organic compounds evaporation chamber for the simulation of gas effluents in laboratory research
Author(s)Peixoto, J.
Mota, M.
Issue dateJan-1997
PublisherChapman & Hall
JournalBiotechnology Techniques
Citation"Biotechnology techniques". ISSN 0951-208X. 11:1 (1997) 1-6.
Abstract(s)A device for mixing air with a pollutant (e.g., volatile organic compounds) is presented, which is based on principles of evaporation and diffusion. A wide-necked flask containing an aluminium cylindrical body, allows the evaporating area to be preset to 5.75 cm² or 23.03 cm². The distance from the evaporating surface to the region of passage of the air is adjustable between 0 and 8 cm, which allows to assay a wide range of evaporation flows (for toluene: 1.5 to 200 mg/minute).
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