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Calibrating the Salt Concentration of Water Using Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Technique

About the Scholar: Elif Kulaksizoǧlu grew up in Turkey and attended the Hisar School in Istanbul, Turkey

The Research:

An increase in salinity in the coastal areas of Bangladesh is having a widespread negative effect on human health and agriculture. Elif designed the research described in this paper to learn if SPR could be used as a simple, efficient, inexpensive way of monitoring salinity levels to help protect crops, fisheries and livestock. Her lab research proved that SPR is effective in identifying different levels of salinity. Since SPR devices can measure a variety of substances and even gasses, their use could be helpful worldwide in monitoring the effects of environmental changes and compensating for them.

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