Water Quality Instrumentation provides both a theoretical explanation of how water sensors operate and a more practical discussion of how practitioners should deploy them to the best effect. Readers will walk away with an enhanced understanding of the water instrumentation design, operation, and the chemistry that lies behind both, making it an invaluable resource for anyone who regularly deals with sensors—technicians and operators, researchers and engineers, and sales personnel in the water sector. The book’s accessible, comprehensive approach to water instrumentation provides both a useful reference work on sensors and a jumping-off point for those interested in true expertise on the topic.

Key Features of Water Quality Instrumentation include:

  • Focuses on the sensors most used in water and wastewater measurement
  • Explains sensor operation starting with first principles
  • Explains instrumentation from an engineering perspective
  • Discusses approved methods for measuring all water quality parameters


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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Oxidation-Reduction Potential

Chapter 3 pH

Chapter 4 Conductivity

Chapter 5 Dissolved Oxygen

Chapter 6 Free Chlorine

Chapter 7 Turbidity

Chapter 8 Advanced Electrochemical Sensors—ISEs and Voltammetry

Chapter 9 Organic Matter


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