@sara mentioned a $35 test at a Harvard lab and an XRF or X-ray Fluorescence test - what kinds of...
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by warren |
January 09, 2018 02:27 |
@sara mentioned a $35 test at a Harvard lab and an XRF or X-ray Fluorescence test - what kinds of tests are available to detect or measure H2S and how much do they cost?
Here's something that looks like 2 tests for $30 (page is a little light on information beyond that)
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@sara and @gretchengehrke have mentioned the "Corrosion Coupon" badge which uses both copper and silver -- I posted a question looking for some more information about it here: https://publiclab.org/questions/warren/01-09-2018/is-there-more-information-on-the-corrosion-coupon-hydrogen-sulfide-test-kit -- any help appreciated!
Sounds like that was $100?
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Could someone double check on xrf for h2s? Xrf works on electrons closest to the nucleus. It could detect sulfur, but not h2s unless paired with something else.
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