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I have the references of Heigenhauser and Jone among others but would really benefit from more detailed instructions regarding the experimental set up and procedure.
How to calculate a CO2 concentration (in ppm ) based on the values from the EGM-4 used as a chromatograph.
I have the next values recorded every second:
0 sec - 350 ppm
1 sec - 350 ppm
2 sec - 360 ppm
3 sec - 460 ppm
4 sec - 820 ppm
5 sec - 610 ppm
6 sec -410 ppm
7 sec - 380 ppm
8 sec - 351 ppm
9 sec - 350 ppm.
I have few ideas bu I can not decide what is a correct one.
I'm interested in converting the CO2 flux calculation (mmol m-2 day-1) to pCO2 flux (uatm/day). Is it possible? If so, what are the steps to follow?
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I am surprized by this article because of the low studied temperature.
Can you help me to understand ? what temperature corresponds the best to industrial realistic neads ?
Here I had a doubt about the CO2 electroreduction reaction. during electrochemical testing for CO2RR what could make the sense when I first purge the CO2 gas followed by Ar gas. rather, this order first purge Ar followed by CO2
when I set my CO2 setpoints in the autoprogram A-Ci curves everything seems fine but When the measurements started the LICOR doesn't follow my setpoints anymore and do measurement every 50/75 ppm. So it takes a looot of time.
Have someone experienced the same problem??
Do you know different methods to determine CO2 in the atmosphere? I need to find some to chose the best ones for a research.