In this second part of the 2-part blog series on Real-Time Indoor Air Measurements of Ammonia, we present a short summary of House Observations of Microbial and Environmental Chemistry (HOMEChem), part of the Indoor Chem Project ( https://indoorchem.org/ ). Here we learn how HOMEChem used a Picarro G2103 analyzer to
At Picarro, we enjoy hearing how research groups are using our systems in their projects. In this 2-part blog series, we present a short summary of two research efforts that fall under the Sloan Foundation’s Chemistry of Indoor Environments (CIE) program: The Indoor Chemical Human Emissions and Reactivity (iCHEAR) and
At Picarro, we are always eager to receive customer feedback on how our instruments hold up in some of the harshest conditions. In this project, we see how academics and researchers in remote parts of Papua New Guinea received hands-on-training with a G2508 gas analyzer to measure greenhouse gas emissions
At Picarro, we love seeing how customers and partners are incorporating our systems with their own. Some of our most popular integrations are our G2000 series analyzers with Eosense's eosAC automated chambers and accompanying software. Most commonly, their chambers are coupled to our G2508 (N 2 O, CH 4 ,
Identifying the fingerprint of oceanic evaporation from sea surface observations between the North Pole and the coasts of Antarctica
At Picarro, we enjoy living vicariously through the scientists and research groups that use our systems in their projects. The following study takes us through the voyage of the Polarstern ice breaker of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany. On behalf of everyone at Picarro, we would like to thank
Learning how research groups are using our systems in their projects is one of the most rewarding aspects of working at Picarro. We’d like to say “Prost!” to Florian Dietrich, Jia Chen, Hossein Maazallahi, Dominik Winkler, Hugo Denier van der Gon, and Thomas Röckmann for their recent work on tracing
At Picarro, we enjoy hearing how research groups are using our systems in their projects. Christopher Hackney and Daniel Parsons from the University of Hull (UK) are working on a series of UK Research Council and Newton Fund funded projects(e.g. http://www.stelar-s2s.org ) with partners from the Universities of Southampton, Exeter
As biologics have supplanted small molecules as the dominant focus for many leading pharmaceutical companies, robust manufacturing processes for isolators and RABS continues to be an evolving process. In this environment, as the need for significantly better VHP monitoring has grown quickly, Picarro H 2 O 2 analyzers have increased
Monitoring isotopic composition (δ18O, δD) of water vapor, precipitation and snow surface in the Antarctic region.
Anna Kozachek of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), Saint Petersburg has taken time to write a description of her team’s use of the Picarro L2130 -i and L2120 -i during the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition (ACE) project. The main goal of the expedition was to circumnavigate Antarctica, performing oceanographic
Investigating Experimental Priming Effects in Anaerobic Decomposition of Peats from Discontinuous Permafrost in Canada
Accelerated rates of warming and wildfires in northern regions of Canada will result in an extensive thaw of permafrost peatlands and peat plateaus. This could result in the potential release of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. The Department of Renewable Resources at the University of Alberta, Canada have taken time
The Picarro Small Sample Introduction Module (SSIM) is designed for processing small volumes of gas samples through a Picarro analyzer. Through a minor modification, we can now expand the functionality of the SSIM so that more accurate concentration measurements can be performed on both isotopic and concentration analyzers.
If you are attending the 2018 EGU General Assembly from April 9 to 13 in Vienna, Austria, we hope you’ll attend Picarro-authored oral and poster presentations. Following is a list of the presentations with day, date and times, location, title, and authors: Oral Presentation EGU2018-11101 Fri, 13 Apr, 16:30, Room
This is the third, and final, post in a three-part series that examines how Picarro analyzers, systems, and accessories ensure precise, accurate measurements of challenging seawater and high-saline water samples. The first post, Water Stable Isotope Measurements of Seawater , presents results from an inter-laboratory study designed to evaluate the
We developed our water stable isotope analyzers, system peripherals, and accessories to give research scientists a less-expensive, easier-to-use solution for precise, accurate isotopic measurements. They’ve been used successfully in freshwater research for over a decade. More recently, scientists have tested our analyzers and systems, and we’ve continued to develop accessories
At Picarro, we often write about our products and applications. But we much prefer to read how our customers are using them in their research projects. Cole Brachmann , Guillermo Hernandez Ramirez , and David Hik with the Departments of Biological Sciences and Renewable Resources at the University of Alberta,
We've just introduced the Picarro G2207-i gas concentration and isotope analyzer for atmospheric applications including oxygen monitoring to identify the biogeochemical process involved in the carbon cycle. The analyzer combines high precision and low drift O 2 concentration measurement with δ 18 O analysis in ambient air.
We've just introduced the new Picarro PI2114 hydrogen peroxide gas concentration analyzer for GMP pharmaceutical manufacturing. You can learn more about it and download a data sheet at www.picarro.com/pharma . Here's a short description about the applications it addresses and the benefits and advantages of using it.