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Real-Time Indoor Air Measurements of Ammonia Part 2: HOMEChem

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

Real-Time Indoor Air Measurements of Ammonia Part 1: iCHEAR

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

Press Releases

Picarro to Exhibit at Semicon West 2019

Picarro to Exhibit at Semicon West 2019

Picarro returns to Semicon West with real-time airborne molecular contamination monitoring systems for semiconductor fabs applications

 

Santa Clara, CA — June 28, 2019 — Picarro Inc., a leading provider of trace gas analyzers for a variety of air monitoring applications, will once again be exhibiting at Semicon West at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, from July 9 - 11.

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Picarro and Italgas sign memorandum of understanding expanding use of Picarro Surveyor across Europe

Greenhouse Gas Measurement in Harsh Environments

In this webinar, Dr Christine O’Connell (Silver Lab, Berkeley) will discuss the application of the G2508 and Eosense eosAC chamber system to studying redox and drought conditions in a montane rainforest in Puerto Rico. Dr. Nick Nickerson (Eosense) will continue the discussion with demonstration of the use of the Picarro GasScouter in an off-grid wetland deployment with the eosAC chamber system, as well as demonstration of a portable survey-style application in a coastal barren/wetland ecosystem. Dr. Gregor Lucic (Picarro) will finish up the discussion by providing an overview of how a modular approach to CRDS technology can open doors for new and exciting datasets.

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