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Volatile Organic Compounds Analysis in Drinking Water

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One method of analysis commonly used to ensure drinking water quality is the measurement of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These compounds can appear in drinking water by contamination from numerous sources, including industrial and commercial operations. Regulations governing the allowable concentration of VOCs in drinking water are typically in the low µg/L (ppb) range.

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