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For long sampling periods, there is the danger that the sorbing liquid may evaporate. This may, in turn, limit the effective sampling time. To counter this problem, devices have been developed to maintain a constant volume of liquid in the bubbler. Alternatively, organic solvents may be placed in sub-ambient temperature baths to minimize evaporation losses. It is necessary to have an a priori knowledge of the concentration of the contaminant in the air so that an appropriate impinger size can be selected.
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They indicate the presence of a gas by a color change and the concentration of the gas by the length of the color developed in the adsorbent column. Since these sorbents give a direct indication of the gas concentration, no further analysis is performed. As a consequence, they are outside the scope of this book and will not be considered further. Other sorbents are not compound specific and, as a result, trap a wide range of compounds. Unless specifically desired (see later in this section the discussion of DNPH-coated sorbents), it is vitally important that the compounds collected do not react with the sorbent.