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Tool II: Membrane Interface Probe

  • Vladislav KnytlEmail author
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Part of the Applied Environmental Science and Engineering for a Sustainable Future book series (AESE)

Abstract

Detailed investigation of soil and sediment pollution is a crucial aspect of remediation. Direct-push methods (direct sensing tools) represent a powerful tool for characterization of the contaminated site. One of these methods is Membrane Interface Probe suitable for detection of volatile organic compounds in soils.

Keywords

Membrane interface probe Direct sensing tools Contamination Investigation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.DEKONTA a.s.StehelčevesCzech Republic

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