Cleaning Up the Water Supply: Using Photolysis to Destroy Trace Waterborne Contaminants. Presented by Daniel Whitley Project Mentor: Dr. Eduardo Saez NASA Space Grant Symposium April 17, 2010. Overall Research Objective.
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Presented by Daniel Whitley
Project Mentor: Dr. Eduardo Saez
NASA Space Grant Symposium
April 17, 2010
To improve water quality through the removal of trace organic contaminants using an inexpensive, easily implementable, scalable process
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Reactor Trace Waterborne Contaminants
Lamp outletResearch Methods
Xe M-U-T Lamp & Reactor
Tubular UV Reactor