Chlorophyll analysis for algae control
Often, we refer to algae as any flora that can grow in water. Most of the occasions, these are simply aquatic plants, the removal of which is very complex due to the seeds and roots that allow them to sprout again and again. Algae, however, lack stem, leaves, or vascular tissue. The determination of chlorophyll is a parameter that can indicate the quality of water in terms of the concentration of phytoplankton, which are microscopic algae. This parameter makes possible to know the standard of living that a water reserve can hold, in relation to the fishes and plants that live in it.
Here, we explain the procedure Emica Solar uses to know the chlorophyll concentration: