Question: How can we detect contaminants in water samples with a DIY spectrometer using reagents?

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warren asked on December 18, 2017 12:28
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I've seen some good work on the site with #reagents, which change color or opacity of a liquid sample when a specific compound or chemical is present. Since lots of people are interested in using spectrometers to do this; what kind of experiment design would enable people to do reagent-based analysis with a DIY spectrometer like one of these?



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