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Water quality analysis - a challenge for spectroscopy technologies

Water is vital for human survival and its quality is critical for human health, environmental conservation, and food security. However due to the rapid population growth in the last century, the excessive use of agricultural fertilizers to meet our increasing food demands, and the discharge of various industrial pollutants into rivers and oceans, we have been compromising the quality of our water supply [2] .

For these reasons, monitoring water quality has become essential in two main areas:

  • Environmental monitoring
  • Drinking water quality monitoring
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