Field results of antifouling techniques for optical instruments

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An anti-fouling technique is developed for the protection of optical instruments from biofouling which leaches a bromide compound into a sample chamber and pumps new water into the chamber prior to measurement. The primary advantage of using bromide is that it is less toxic than the metal-based antifoulants. The drawback of the bromide technique is also discussed.
Publication type Conference Paper
Publication Subtype Conference Paper
Title Field results of antifouling techniques for optical instruments
Volume 2
Year Published 1998
Language English
Publisher IEEE
Publisher location Piscataway, NJ, United States
Larger Work Title Oceans Conference Record (IEEE)
First page 723
Last page 727
Conference Title Proceedings of the 1998 Oceans Conference. Part 1 (of 3)
Conference Location Nice, Fr
Conference Date 28 September 1998 through 1 October 1998
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