Determination of concentration level of selected heavy metals in water from sudha dam of Bhokar, (Nanded) Maharashtra, India
Sayyed Juned A, Syed Abrar Ahmed
In towns and villages, the dam water is the main source of drinking and agricultural purposes. The dam draining can impact dissolved heavy metal concentrations in discharge water. The current research work indicates the biological effects of trace metals on aquatic life, mainly with concern to the factors controlling like chemicals bioavailability of trace metals and its toxicity. The laboratory examination of trace metals from this dam was carried out for a year and about three sampling sites were selected for water analysis. The status of trace metals level of Sudha Dam was determined by using the UV Spectrophotometer technique. The minimum value of Aluminum, Molybdenum and Nickel was found 0.18, 0.041 and 0.021 at sampling sites S1S3and S1. The maximum value of Aluminum, Molybdenum and Nickel was found 0.06, 0.013 and 0.003 at sampling site S1 and all values are expressed in mg/L.
Sayyed Juned A, Syed Abrar Ahmed. Determination of concentration level of selected heavy metals in water from sudha dam of Bhokar, (Nanded) Maharashtra, India. International Journal of Environmental and Ecology Research, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2022, Pages 32-38