Journal References

Use the academic search engines below to find references to the LI-610 in many peer reviewed scientific publications.

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References from HighWire Press - Internet Imprint of the Stanford University Libraries

Highwire Press at Standford University

References from Google Scholar

Common Internet searches can be performed with Google, and many articles can be found with Google Scholar:

Google Scholar

If you have any questions about the LI-610 please feel free to contact us and discuss with our Applications Analysts and Scientists (or your local LI-COR Distributor) how the LI-610 can help you with your research.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q Why can't I just buy an H20 tank to calibrate my instruments with?

A A gas tank will have a changing water vapor concentration based on the current temperature. Because of this, there is not an option to buy a tank that would have a known and constant water vapor concentration. The LI-610 provides a stream of known dew point for calibration purposes.

Q What is the difference between a chilled mirror hygrometer and the LI-610?

A A chilled mirror hygrometer measures the current dew point of a gas, whereas the LI-610 Dew Point Generator produces a stream of gas with a precisely controlled dew point.


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