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Physicochemical Characteristics of Groundwater from Kumbakonam Taluk of Thanjavur District - Tamilnadu (India)

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The aim of present study was to assess the quality of ground water from Kumbakonam region in Thanjavur district, and check its fitness for drinking and other purpose. An eight ground water samples were collected from various parts of Kumbakonam region. The physicochemical parameters such as calcium, magnesium, chloride was determined by titration method, sulphate, nitrate, nitrite were analyzed by spectrophotometric method, pH was determined by pH metric method and other parameters were analyzed by Indian standard method. Physicochemical parameter of ground water samples were compared with standard limits recommended by BIS. The comparative study of ground water to this region, all the collected water samples are not suitable for drinking purpose, because in this region ground water samples had excess of manganese, calcium, magnesium and iron content.


International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 59)
D. Kannan et al., "Physicochemical Characteristics of Groundwater from Kumbakonam Taluk of Thanjavur District - Tamilnadu (India)", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 59, pp. 1-9, 2015
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September 2015

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