Mane, K.G., Nagore, P.B., Chavan, P.N.
In human diet minerals are vital elements, sustaining in intra and extracellular body processes. Hence it becomes essential to get these minerals from various sources in required amount. Flame photometry is very suitable method for qualitative and quantitative determination of several cations, especially for metals that are easily excited to higher energy levels at a relatively low flame temperature (mainly Na, K, Rb, Cs, Ca, Ba, and Cu). The present article includes the Comparative studies on Sodium and Potassium content present in water sample collected from Goda (Goregaon), Kal (Mangaon) and Savitri River (Mahad).
Flame photometry, Sodium, Potassium
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Mane, K.G., Nagore, P.B., Chavan, P.N. (2016). Determination of Sodium and Potassium Content Present in Water Sample Collected from Goda, Kal and Savitri River by Flame Photometry, International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars (IJPRS), 5(4), 105-107.