DyeLIF™: A new direct‐push laser‐induced fluorescence sensor system for chlorinated solvent DNAPL and other non‐naturally fluorescing NAPLs
Published on: October 31, 2018
In a paper for the Summer 2018 issue of Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation, five authors including Principal Hydrogeologist Murray Einarson and Senior Technical Specialist Adrian Fure of Haley & Aldrich describe the benefits of a new technology, DyeLIF™, for high-resolution three-dimensional subsurface mapping of nonaqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) in the subsurface.
The paper, DyeLIF™: A New Direct‐Push Laser‐Induced Fluorescence Sensor System for Chlorinated Solvent DNAPL and Other Non‐Naturally Fluorescing NAPLs, details how DyeLIF can detect chlorinated solvents and other nonfluorescing NAPLs that had previously been undetectable with conventional LIF (laser-induced fluorescence) tools.
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