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    A Practical Guide for Selecting the Best Analytical Technique for your Mercury Measurement Needs

    Posted by David Pfeil on Apr 19, 2012 8:19:00 AM

    As government, the scientific community, environmentalists, medical professionals and the public at large recognize the persistent, bio-accumulative, and toxic nature of mercury, there is increasing demand for better control and monitoring of its release to the environment. 

    The need to better understand how mercury is generated as well as determine what happens to it after it has been released to the environment has necessitated the development of more sensitive analytical techniques for its measurement.  And as these techniques have been widely deployed, a number of regulatory agencies around the world have adopted them and developed analytical methods for their own use.

    All of this has resulted in a plethora of mercury analysis techniques along with methods based on them.  Deciding which technique is best suited for your Hg measurement needs can be a bit confusing. 

    To help you with your decision on which Hg technique will work best for you, please download our latest Practical Guide.  This guide describes the most popularly used mercury analysis techniques and then offers a simplified means to determine which of them is best for your needs.

    Click here to download our Practical Guide to Selecting the Best Analytical Technique for your Mercury Measurement Needs

    Additional assistance in determining which mercury analysis technique is right for you can be found at www.HgSelector.com.

    Please feel free to post a comment on our blog to let us know which technique works best for you.

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    Tags: mercury analysis, mercury measurement