VOC Gas Meter Comprehensive Study by Type (PID (Photoionization
Detector), Metal-oxide Semiconductor), Application (Environmental Site Surveying, Industrial Hygiene, HazMat/Homeland Security), Distribution Channel (Online Retail, Offline Retail), End User (Industrial Process Monitors, Environmental Monitors, Air Purification & Monitors, Leak Detectors) Players and Region - Global Market Outlook to 2024
The group bought samples of these plastic balloons from toy retailers in Divisoria, Manila and had them screened for benzene at the East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC) Poison Control Unit using a photoionization
detector or PID.
Jellium model potentials for the [C.sub.60] molecule and the photoionization
of endohedral atoms, A@[C.sub.60].
Ehrt, In Materials Science, Photoionization
of polyvalent ions, Research Horizons, Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York, p.1 (2007).
It uses a photoionization
detector to monitor the exhaust air for hundreds of compounds used in laboratories.
Screening of lake sediments for emerging contaminants by liquid chromatography atmospheric pressure photoionization
and electrospray ionization coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry.
In contrast, we routinely measure 9 steroid hormones in serum by LC-MS/MS with atmospheric pressure photoionization
(APPI) source, and APPI shows a substantially smaller between-individual variation for all the deuterated IS compared to APCI (Table 1).
Application of a novel metabolomic approach based on atmospheric pressure photoionization
mass spectrometry using flow injection analysis for the study of Alzheimer's disease.
Shu, "Detection of sub-pptv benzene, toluene, and ethylbenzene via low-pressure photoionization
mass spectrometry," Analytica Chimica Acta, vol.
 who proposed a mechanism for the ODC(I) [right arrow] ODC(II) transformation based on photoionization
The monitoring strategy implied the use of a smart sensor network consisting of eight photoionization
detectors (PIDs; LabService Analytica srl) placed at different distances around the plant as shown in Figure 3.