Traditionally atomic fluorescence analyzers have been available as large, stationary instruments designed for laboratory conditions. Recently, Arizona Instrument produced a hand‐held, portable atomic fluorescence based analyzer used for detecting mercury in air. This white paper details how this instrument was used to measure mercury concentrations in water. This experiment eliminated the requirement of a gold trap, giving it a more robust application, both by portability to work stations and by optimized testing procedures.
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