The objective of the research is to develop a Total Inorganic Carbon Alkalinity sensor
which is inexpensive, has a fast response time on the order of seconds, and an alkalinity
accuracy of +- 0.3 mg/L as calcium carbonate for water treatment.
This project was sponsored by the University of Minnesota Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program.
Engelmeyer, Peter; Semmens, Michael J..
Development of an On-Line Alkalinity Sensor Cluster for Water Treatment.
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