Determination of Physico-chemical Properties of Drinking Water in Merowe City, North Sudan
World Journal of Applied Chemistry
Volume 4, Issue 4, December 2019, Pages: 52-58
Received: Aug. 27, 2019;
Accepted: Sep. 12, 2019;
Published: Oct. 12, 2019
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Mawia Hassan Elsaim, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Merowe, Merowe, Sudan; Department of Chemistry, College of Science, Beijing University of Chemical-Technology, Beijing, China
Sumia Ahmad Nimir, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Education, University of Nile Village, Atbara, Sudan
Muatz Salah, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Sudan University of Technology, Khartoum, Sudan
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Water is one of the most important of all natural resources known on earth. It is important to all living organisms, most ecological systems, human health, food production and economic development. The safety of drinking water is important for the health. The safety of drinking water is affected by various contaminants, which included chemical and microbiological. Such contaminants cause serious health problems. The aim of this study was to determine the physico-chemical parameters quality of drinking water quality in Merowe city-north Sudan. The following water quality parameters were determined which were chosen as the major indicators namely PH, Total Dissolved Solid (TDS), Electrical conductivity (EC), Total hardness (TH), calcium, sulphate, iron, nitrate, and nitrite. Our results show that the physical and chemical quality of the waters of Merowe city was high quality. All statistics was carrying out using SPSS version (16).
Physico-chemical, TDS, Hardness, Conductivity, Turbidity, World Health Organization
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Mawia Hassan Elsaim,
Sumia Ahmad Nimir,
Determination of Physico-chemical Properties of Drinking Water in Merowe City, North Sudan, World Journal of Applied Chemistry.
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2019, pp. 52-58.
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