Photoelectrochemical Chemical Oxygen Demand Analysis for Drinking Water Biofilter Monitoring

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The presentation discusses why NOM is a critical target for drinking water biofiltration. It then discusses the functions of the Photoelectrochemical COD (PeCOD) analyzer, and discusses its benefits and uses. It also discusses what biofiltration monitoring is and its effects. Lastly, the presentation discusses a treatment train, and looks at PeCOD technology going forward. Photoelectrochemical Chemical Oxygen Demand Analysis for Drinking Water Biofilter Monitoring

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