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Title: Water Vapor Determination
Author: William R. Barnes
Source: 1979 Gulf Coast Measurement Short Course (Now called ASGMT)
Year Published: 1979
Abstract: Im sure most .of you know more about these units than Ill ever know however, I would like to present this paper with an open discussion of some of the symptoms and various checks of the unit. Also, I would like to discuss a sample system which has proven to prolong cell life in most cases. One gallon of water weighs approximately seven pounds. Try and disperse this in a room 100 ft. high, 100 ft. long and 100 ft. wide. This is a million cubic feet. This is very dry as compared with the surrounding atmosphere, usually 1007o humidity. The most this analyzer will read is 1/10 of 1%.