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Benefits and Limitations of Optical Monitoring of Water Quality Using F-EEM Technique at Pittcon 2013

This video provides a brief outline on the benefits and present limitations related to optical monitoring of water treatment processes using Fluorescence Excitation-Emission Mapping (F-EEM) at Pittcon 2013.

The F-EEM technique combined with peak indexing and multi-variate analyses is better in terms of sensitivity, speed and cost over traditional total organic carbon meters and specific UV-absorbance measurements.

Run Time – 36:31min

Pittcon 2013 - Water Quality and Environmental Issues - Abstract 2

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