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Oceanographic Sensor Provides
In Situ Detection of Algae


November 8, 2017

The V-Lux multi-parameter fluorometer is configured to provide in situ detection of either algae, aromatic hydrocarbons or tryptophan-like fluorescence. It includes three fluorescence channels as well as absorption, turbidity and temperature channels which allow corrections from potential interferences and unambiguous data of the target compounds. Rated to 6,000 m.

SOURCE: Chelsea Technologies Group.






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