Detecting Argon Gas in Water

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I am doing a research project on sonoluminescence and I am researching if any changes to argon would be made if argon is present in the water. For this I want to find a way to measure the concentration of argon gas accurately and easily. Can anyone help me, whether it be an equation to use, chemical used to detect it or a probe or anything. Please answer quickly.

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Argon is chemically inert, so there are no chemical methods to detect it.

Have you tried googling? Some of the very first hits for "argon determination in water" look promising.
 
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You got it. Thank you
 

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