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"Liquid Forensics" Could Lead to Safer Drinking Water

News   Jul 11, 2019 | Original story from the University of Missouri

 
"Liquid Forensics" Could Lead to Safer Drinking Water

The instrument is designed to analyze the quality of liquids using the photoacoustic effect, or the generation of sound waves after light is absorbed in a material. The MU scientists believe this might be the first use of this technology to analyze such small liquid samples. Credit: University of Missouri

 
 
 

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