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Novel Detection of Heavy Metals in Water using Supercontinuum Broadband Laser Source

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We report a novel detection technique for two types of common heavy metal contaminants in water, copper sulphate and ferric chloride, by analyzing the transmittance measurement of a supercontinuum laser source onto the samples.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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