Vessels for preparing and delivering gaseous solutions

Keeley, Dean F.; Koon, William K.
May 1993
Review of Scientific Instruments;May93, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p1362
Academic Journal
Two, inexpensive, easily constructed vessels are described which can be used to prepare and deliver measured volumes of parts per million concentrations of gaseous mixtures.


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