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Photonics Reveals Dangers Lurking in Water Sources

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Lynn Savage, [email protected]

Fluorescence detection and surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy could help make water safer. “Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink,” wrote Samuel Taylor Coleridge more than two centuries ago. And nowadays, there is far less water available for a burgeoning global population, and what remains is increasingly likely to be chock-full of chemicals and other toxic materials no one should have to imbibe. In fact, water pollution is one of the problems that most affect human life, said Ibrahim Abdulhalim, professor and chairman of the electro-optic engineering...Read full article

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