Malaysia Installs Air Pollution Early Warning System Using Gas Chromatography

Malaysia Installs Air Pollution Early Warning System Using Gas Chromatography

March 14,2020– Chromatographytoday.com

Pasir Gudang, has recently become the first city in Malaysia to install an air quality monitoring system that can detect hazardous air pollutants. Air pollution and quality is a major concern of many governments and also the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO suggests that there are almost 7 million premature deaths – one in eight total global deaths each year – attributable to outdoor air pollution. The system installed in Malaysia is based on gas chromatography with both flame ionisation detectors and mass spectrometry.

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