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The absence of contamination in drinking water is essential to protect public health. Online monitoring is a promising strategy to ensure a good drinking water quality. Online analysis techniques mainly cover physico‐chemical parameters e.g. pH‐value and turbidity. In comparison, the online detection of single contaminants is quite difficult and costly. A promising alternative is the rapid detection of abnormalities or changes in the water matrix by spectroscopic techniques such as absorbance or fluorescence (emission) spectroscopy.

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