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In most combustion processes with high-temperature conditions, atmospheric nitrogen reacts with oxygen to produce Nitrogen Oxides (NOx).

The amount of NOx in the flue or exhaust gas can be effectively reduced from stack gases by reacting them with Ammonia (NH3) or urea which is costly and results in a need to measure these in power plants.

A clear need for measurement systems to monitor ammonia continuously at power plants with DeNOx scrubbers exists. It is possible to measure most gas emission components needing continuous monitoring at a power plant, including gaseous ammonia NH3, nitrogen oxide NOx, sulphur dioxide SO2, and several other typical emissions components. 

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