Application of Passive Samplers in Monitoring of Organic Constituents of Air
Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry
The principles of passive dosimetry, which has been known for over 100 years, are finding an ever increasing use in analytical practice and are being used as a convenient technique for isolation and enrichment of analytes from various environmental media. Due to its simplicity, a variety of designs, as well as the possibility of using a number of different final determination techniques, passive dosimetry has been applied in the analysis of organic and inorganic air pollutants, both in the outdoor and the indoor and workplace atmospheres, as well as in the monitoring of water and soil pollution. This paper is an attempt to review the designs of existing passive samplers, the media used to trap analytes and the techniques used for the release of the trapped analytes and their final determination.
Taylor & Francis
Partyka, Monikca; Zabiegala, Bozena; Namiesnik, Jacek; and Przyjazny, Andrzej, "Application of Passive Samplers in Monitoring of Organic Constituents of Air" (2007). Chemistry & Biochemistry Publications. 27.