Computer Science & Electrical
Received: 05 Sep 2017 , Published: 10 October 2017
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|1||PIYUSH M. MAURYA|
Tube wells water is increasingly being sought as a supply of ingesting water because of the
shortage, non-availability and bacteriological pollutants of floor water. This paper describes the
vital results of the Physico-chemical evaluation of the tube wells water samples of the rural areas
in Churela, District – Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan State. The special parameters determined are pH,
TDS, fluoride, chloride, nitrate, sulphate, overall alkalinity and overall hardness. It has been
discovered that nitrate values are better compared to ICMR requirements. Other parameters had
been determined inside appropriate limits. As a result the analysis of the water pleasant is very
important to maintain and prefect the natural eco system. The examine of physico-chemical and
biological characteristics of this tube wells water samples indicates that the evaluation of water
nice parameters in addition to water pleasant control practices ought to be accomplished
periodically to shield the water sources.
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