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19 January 1989 Evolution Of An FOCS For Monitoring Dissolved Volatiles
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An in situ, non-reversible fluorescence sensor (probe) for chloroform has been developed. It is based on a modification of the Fujiwara reaction which produces a red-fluorescent reaction product from chloroform. The reagent is stabilized with a variety of polymeric viscosity modifiers and placed in a small cell. It is covered with a membrane and placed in an aqueous chloroform solution, and the resulting fluorescence is monitored with a small precision filter fluorimeter. The design of an improved optical coupler between the analytical sample and the communication fiber is discussed.
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Herron N. R., Whitehead D. W., and Miller V. J. "Evolution Of An FOCS For Monitoring Dissolved Volatiles", Proc. SPIE 0990, Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Applications of Fibers, (19 January 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959971
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