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Prediction of disinfection by-product formation in drinking water via fluorescence spectroscopy

Fluorescence spectroscopy (also known as fluorometry or spectrofluorometry) has potential applications for monitoring disinfection by-products (DBPs) during water treatment. This paper demonstrates the novel application of several statistical learning algorithms for fluorescence-based DBP prediction. Find out more here

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About Kaburu Mugambi

Kaburu Mugambi is a veteran of business reporting having worked with two national newspapers in Kenya. He is a graduate of economics from Kenyatta University. He started his journalism career in 2000 with The People Daily as a business reporter before becoming a business sub-editor. He joined Daily Nation in 2004 as a business writer. He holds a post-graduate diploma in mass communication from University of Nairobi's School of Journalism and an MBA in marketing from the same university. In 2016, he founded Water Tower, a media firm focused on water, energy and climate. Its content cuts across water, energy and climate with emphasis on adaptation and sustainability.

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