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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PID / photoionization detector

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2019 Considerations for emission monitoring and liner analysis of thermally manufactured sewer cured-in-place-pipes (CIPP). CIPP
2019 Low-cost photoionization sensors as detectors in GC  GC systems designed for ambient VOC measurements. GC-Q-TOF-MS, TD-GC-MS, VOC
2019 Micro Milled Microfluidic Photoionization Detector for Volatile Organic Compounds. UV
2018 Sensor-triggered sampling to determine instantaneous airborne vapor exposure concentrations. TWA
2017 Chemical Source Localization Fusing Concentration Information in the Presence of Chemical Background Noise. ---
2017 Occurrence of Fumigants and Hazardous Off-gassing Chemicals in Shipping Containers Arriving in Sweden. FTIR, GC-MS, OELs
2016 In situ calibration of micro-photoionization detectors in a multi-dimensional micro-gas chromatography system. GC, VOCs
2016 Measurements of Volatile Organic Compounds in a Newly Built Daycare Center. GC/MS, HPLC, TVOCs
2015 Comparison of sensor characteristics of three real-time monitors for organic vapors. IER, VOC monitor
10  2015 Effect of interferents on the performance of direct-reading organic vapor monitors. FID, RH, SAP, VOCs
11  2015 Flow-through microfluidic photoionization detectors for rapid and highly sensitive vapor detection. GC
12  2015 Using pre-screening methods for an effective and reliable site characterization at megasites. BTEX, LIF, MIP
13  2013 Application of portable gas chromatography-photo ionization detector combined with headspace sampling for field analysis of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene in soils. BTEX, GC, HS
14  2013 Assessment of exposure to ethanol vapors released during use of Alcohol-Based Hand Rubs by healthcare workers. ---
15  2013 Effect of calibration environment on the performance of direct-reading organic vapor monitors. FID, RH, SAP, TVAs
16  2013 Performance of commercial nonmethane hydrocarbon analyzers in monitoring oxygenated volatile organic compounds emitted from animal feeding operations. AFOs, GC/FID, NMHC, PAIR, VOCs
17  2012 [Implementation of an electronic nose for rapid detection of volatile chloralkane and chloroalkene]. 1,2-DCA, CT, DCM, TCM
18  2011 [Applicability of an electronic nose for detection of volatile chlorinated hydrocarbons in soil]. GC, PCE, TCE, VCHs
19  2010 Microfabricated planar glass gas chromatography with photoionization detection. VOCs
20  2009 The use of a photoionization detector to detect harmful volatile chemicals by emergency personnel. ---
21  2008 On-site profiling and speciation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at manufactured gas plant sites by a high temperature transfer line, membrane inlet probe coupled to a photoionization detector and gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer. GC/MS, HTTL-MIP, PAH
22  2007 Development and application of a multi-channel monitoring system for near real-time VOC measurement in a hazardous waste management facility. VOC
23  2007 Enhancement of the detection sensitivity for volatile organic compounds by using an annular type photoionization detector and a pre-concentration system. VOCs
24  2007 Hand-held photoionization instruments for quantitative detection of sarin vapor and for rapid qualitative screening of contaminated objects. ---
25  2007 Performance characteristics of a new prototype for a portable GC using ambient air as carrier gas for on-site analysis. ---
26  2006 Temporal integrity of an airborne odor stimulus is greatly affected by physical aspects of the odor delivery system. ---
27  2005 Dynamic properties of antennal responses to pheromone in two moth species. EAG
28  2004 Biogenic VOCs emission inventory development of temperate grassland vegetation in Xilin River basin, Inner Mongolia, China. VOCs
29  2004 Determination of short-term exposure with a direct reading photoionization detector. ---
30  2002 Online hourly determination of 62 VOCs in ambient air: system evaluation and comparison with another two analytical techniques. AGC, DLs, ECN, RTs, TNMHCs, VOCs
31  2002 Prediction of relative response factors for flame ionization and photoionization detection using self-training artificial neural networks. FID, MLR, RRFs, STANNs
32  2001 A laboratory evaluation of the accuracy and precision of the photovac snapshot portable gas chromatograph and the Drager Chip Measurement System monitor for benzene in air measurements. CMS, NIOSH
33  2001 A water extraction, static headspace sampling, gas chromatographic method to determine MTBE in heating oil and diesel fuel. MTBE
34  2001 Enhanced naphthalene solubility in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate: effect of critical micelle concentration. CMC, EF, GC, HOC, NAPLs, PAH
35  1999 Quantification of re-evaporated mass from loaded fibre-mist eliminators. ---
36  1998 Determination of physiological levels of volatile organic compounds in blood using static headspace capillary gas chromatography with serial triple detection. ECD, FID, VOCs
37  1996 Determination of Aldehydes, Ketones, Esters, and Ethers in Air Using Porapak N and Charcoal ---
38  1992 Photoionization assessment of C3-C5 alkadienes and alkenes in urban air. FID
39  1988 Analysis of ppb levels of organics in water by means of purge-and-trap, capillary gas chromatography and selective detectors. EPA, GC
40  1987 Additivity of detector responses of a portable direct-reading 10.2 eV photoionization detector and a flame ionization gas chromatograph for atmospheres of multicomponent organics: use of PID/FID ratios. FID, RH
41  1984 Measurements of alveolar concentrations of toluene. ---
42  1984 Trace analysis of organic compounds by high-performance liquid chromatography with photoionization detection. HPLC
43  1979 Analysis of therapeutic and commonly abused drugs in serum and urine by gas-liquid chromatography using a photoionization detector. FID