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Physico-Chemical Assessment Status of Ground Water of Some Villages of Kalol Tahsil


Received On: 13/04/2014
Accepted On: 23/04/2014


Author(s)

Patel, R. P., Nimavat, K. S., Chaudhari, J. A.


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Abstract

The ground water quality of some villages of Kalol Tahsil, of Gandhinagar district, Gujarat, India, is determined by physico-chemical methods. Twenty four water samples from different villages are under studied for assessment of ground water. One sample from each village is under assessment of  Physico-chemical solution and various quality parameter are measured including pH, Turbidity, Temperature, electrical conductivity (EC), total dissolved solids (TDS), total hardness (TH), calcium (Ca+2),  magnesium (Mg+2), total alkalinity, chloride (Cl-) and sulphate (SO4-2), Dissolve Oxygen (DO), Nitrate (NO3-), Fluoride (F-), Salinity, Iron, Ammonia   concentration present in water. The chemical analysis of water samples shown considerable variations and also most of the samples comply with WHO standards for the parameter measured. The results of physico-chemical analysis of water are discussed.


Keywords

Groundwater, Fluoride, Physico-Chemical Parameters, TDS

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Patel, R. P., Nimavat, K. S., & Chaudhari, J. A. (2014). Physico-Chemical Assessment Status of Ground Water of Some Villages of Kalol Tahsil. International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars (IJPRS), 3(2), 120-126.


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