Abstract The history of passive air sampling can be traced back to 1973, when E. D. Palmes and A. F. Gunnison first introduced passive samplers for the quantitative determination of atmospheric sulphur dioxide. In the same year, Kenneth D. Reiszner and Philip W. West introduced another sampler for quantitative determination of sulphur dioxide in the air.
This article was written by Tadeusz Gorecki and Suresh Seethapathy, University of Waterloo.
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