Experimental infrared measurements for hydrocarbon pollutant determination in subterranean waters

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Lay-Ekuakille, A. ; Palamara, I. ; Caratelli, D. ; Morabito, F.C. (2013)
  • Publisher: American Institute of Physics

Subterranean waters are often polluted by industrial and anthropic effluents that are drained in subsoil. To prevent and control pollution, legislations of different developed countries require an online monitoring measurement, especially for detecting organic solvents ... View more
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