Detection and Measurement of Arsenic Using pH Meter

Rahman, Ekhlakur (2018) Detection and Measurement of Arsenic Using pH Meter. MTech thesis.

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Abstract

Around 40 percent of the region of Bihar is having arsenic in its groundwater. The reasons for arsenic pollution are for the most part through Gynogenesis channel. Abundance utilization of arsenic in drinking water over delayed period prompts essential, optional and tertiary wellbeing impacts. The rural movement is getting hampered because of decrease in soil ripeness, efficiency, and, disturbance of natural way of life issue. Social issues like despondency, self-destructive inclination and social numbness are normal, and, in this way, impede the social and financial action to the influenced individual. Most of the populace living in the arsenic inclined belt is from low salary and doesn’t know about the issues of the arsenic threat. The difficulties are on the alleviation (at full scale) and adjustment (miniaturized scale and large scale) action. Accordingly both short and long haul relief system is required.Using Guava Leaf it can be marked whether Arsenic/Iron is present in water sample or not.Also it is needed to develop a low cost Arsenic meter which indicate the amount of Arsenic present in water sample. This Arsenic meter is based on the pH concept. Use of pH electrode to indicate the pH of two solution one solution is having no Arsenic present generally called Control solution and another is called Sample solution in which we have two measure the Arsenic.

Item Type:Thesis (MTech)
Uncontrolled Keywords:pH meter; pH electrode; Arsenic; Guava leaf ; Iron
Subjects:Engineering and Technology > Electronics and Communication Engineering > Intelligent Instrumentaion
Divisions: Engineering and Technology > Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
ID Code:9989
Deposited By:IR Staff BPCL
Deposited On:11 Jun 2019 10:34
Last Modified:11 Jun 2019 10:34
Supervisor(s):Kar, Sougata Kumar

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