Measure nitrous oxide (N<sub>2</sub>O) isotopes and concentration

Measure nitrous oxide (N2O) isotopes and concentration

Identify N2O sources and sinks or illuminate nitrification and denitrification processes. With N2O as the next frontier in greenhouse gas measurements, take your science to the action with high quality data from the Picarro mid-infrared platform.

  • Investigate terrestrial N2O sources and sinks to improve predictive models and better understand human contributions to global warming.

  • Gain valuable information on nitrification and denitrification processes in soils and water through site specific and bulk δ15N, and now also δ18O, measurements.

NEW Picarro G5131-i Analyzer

  • Continuous, precise and stable measurements of N2O concentrations and isotopes
  • Simultaneous measurements of δ15N, including site-specific isotopomers, and now with δ18O
  • Rugged and small design for use at field stations and in labs
  • Cryogen-free and low-drift operation
  • Guaranteed precision of better than 0.5 ‰ for δ15N, δ15Nα, δ15Nβ, 1 ‰ for δ18O, and 0.05 parts per billion in ambient conditions

Picarro G5102-i Analyzer

  • Continuous, precise and stable measurements of N2O concentrations and isotopes
  • Simultaneous measurements of δ15N, including site-specific isotopomers
  • Upgrade to include δ18O measurements within a year of purchase
  • Rugged and small design for use at field stations and in labs
  • Cryogen-free and low-drift operation
  • Guaranteed precision of better than 0.5 ‰ for δ15N, δ15Nα, δ15Nβ and 0.05 parts per billion in ambient conditions

Picarro G5101-i Analyzer

  • Measure N2O isotopes and concentration at atmospheric concentration
  • Peerless precision, better than 0.5‰ and 0.05 parts per billion in ambient conditions
  • Detection of isotopomers, δ15Nα and δ15Nβ
  • Cryogen-free and low-drift operation

Picarro also offers an analyzer for measuring N2O and CH4 concentration, designed for use with soil chambers in the field. Learn more about the Picarro G2508.