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3 Current white paper about the topic total organic carbon analysis

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BOD, COD, TOC and TOD – sum parameters in environmental analysis

04-12-2013

A whole variety of organic matter can be present in water, which cannot be defined individually with considerable analytical effort and in short time. Therefore, the so-called sum parameters are used. The most popular sum parameter in waste water analysis are the BOD, COD, TOD and TOC...

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How physics discovered TOC

Biomass determination of algae in photobioreactors using TOC

12-01-2011

The determination of algal biomass using TOC is a new method that has proven to be highly suitable in a laboratory environment for the measurement of biomass yield in photobioreactors and for the monitoring of algal growth. In combination with other sensors, additional information on the condition of the algae can be obtained. In addition, this method can be easily modified and applied for the investigation of (micro)algal pollution in lake water...

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Gröger & Obst Analyzers for Simultaneous Measurement of TOC and VOC

Options for the Modification of TOC Standard Equipment

11-08-2006

To determine the degree of organic pollution of waste water, labs prefer the kind of analytical test methods that yield useful results without being costly or demand the use of large-scale equipment. To achieve this end, labs employ methods that are sensitive to the oxidizing capability of all organic matter and record the so-called sum parameters (e.g. TC, TOC, DOC, TIC and VOC). These parameters are instrumental in water analysis and likewise in the determination of solutes and the physicochemical variables....

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