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Underground water samples were collected from different location in and around Bhusawal, Maharashtra (India). Water is a wander of the nature. “ No life without water ’’ is a common saying depending upon the fact that water is the one of the naturally occurring essential need of all human life. Physicochemical parameters of water samples collected from various sites in and around Bhusawal city was carried out in April. All the samples were collected from the different places. People used water for drinking and irrigation purpose these water samples from six different places of Bhusawal, were analyzed for their physicochemical characteristics. Laboratory tests were performed for analysis as physical and chemical parameters of ground water like, Temperature (T), pH, electrical conductivity (EC), total dissolved solids (TDS), turbidity, dissolved oxygen (DO), total alkalinity (TA), total hardness (TH), calcium (Ca2+) magnesium (Mg2+ ), sodium(Na+), potassium (K+), chloride (Cl-), fluoride (F-), nitrates(NO-) sulphate (SO4-) and phosphate (PO4-) was determined. The analyzed data were compared with standard values recommended by WHO. The usefulness of these parameters in predicting ground water quality characteristics were discussed.
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Author(s): Kiran G Chaudhari
Physicochemical, Conductivity, Hardness, Chemistry