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Study of Some Physicochemical Parameters of Drinking Water Sources in Tembhurkheda and Jarud Region Dist. Amravati, MS, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Dept. of Chemistry, Jawaharlal Darda Inst. of Engineering and Technology M. I. D. C. Lohara, Yavatmal Dist. Amravati. 445 001, MS, INDIA
  • 2 Dept. of Chemistry, Mahatma Fule Arts, Commerce and Sitaramji, Chaudhary Science Mahavidyalaya, Warud, Dist. Amravati, MS, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 2, Issue (10), Pages 93-95, October,22 (2013)


Physicochemical analysis of water samples DAP-I, DAP-II, DAP-III, DAP-IV, DAP-V have been collected from Tembhurkheda and Jarud Dist. Amravati (MS, India) region 95% people of this region are farmers, businessmen and labours. Insectisides, pesticides and various fertilizers were used for getting higher yield of crops, vegetables, fruits which is continuously create soil, air and water pollution, all these things in to consideration to carry out physicochemical analysis. Physicochemical analysis of water samples it was found that, generally all parameters studied do not show undesirable effect on the human being except in few parameters.


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