Vibrational Spectroscopy for Analysis of Water for Human Use and in Aquatic Ecosystems

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Title: Vibrational Spectroscopy for Analysis of Water for Human Use and in Aquatic Ecosystems
Authors: Gowen, Aoife
Tsenkova, R.
Bruen, Michael
O'Donnell, C. P. (Colm P.)
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/4225
Date: 12-Nov-2012
Online since: 2013-11-13T04:00:06Z
Abstract: Maintaining a clean water supply is one of the key challenges facing humanity today. Pollution, over-use and climate change are just some of the factors putting increased pressure on our limited water resources. Contamination of the water supply presents a high risk to public health, security and the environment; however, no adequate real-time methods exist to detect the wide range of potential contaminants. There is a need for rapid, low cost, multi target systems for water quality monitoring. Information rich techniques such as vibrational spectroscopy have been proposed for this purpose. This review presents developments in the applications of vibrational spectroscopy to water quality monitoring over the past 20 years, identifies emerging technologies and discusses future challenges.
Type of material: Journal Article
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Journal: Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology
Volume: 42
Issue: 23
Start page: 2546
End page: 2573
Copyright (published version): 2012, Taylor & Francis
Keywords: WaterQualityVibrationalSpectroscopyMonitoringReal-timeContinuousInfra-redRaman spectroscopy
DOI: 10.1080/10643389.2011.592758
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
Appears in Collections:Civil Engineering Research Collection

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