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Study of effect of immersion activities on the fluoride content in water of the water bodies

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Chemistry, G.M. Momin Women's College, Bhiwandi, Dist Thane, Maharashtra, India

Res.J.chem.sci., Volume 10, Issue (2), Pages 56-60, June,18 (2020)

Abstract

The amounts of fluoride anion in the Varaala lake water were estimated by complexometry colour bleaching reaction. The sample taken from 3 dissimilar places of lake during entire activities of Idol immersion. Comparative study about the concentration of F- with the standard value is done. There is increase in the concentration of fluoride during and after idol immersion activity, but before immersion activity the concentration of fluoride is less than the standard value prescribed by BIS and WHO at some site.

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