Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2017, Page: 61-64
Some Quantitative Studies of a Relationship Between Hardness Salts and Organic Matters in Natural Waters
Suren Sargsyan, Institute of Hydroecology and Ichthyology of the Scientific Center of Zoology and Hydroecology, National Academy of Science of Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
Received: Sep. 4, 2017;       Accepted: Sep. 22, 2017;       Published: Oct. 13, 2017
DOI: 10.11648/j.wros.20170605.11      View  1416      Downloads  37
Abstract
It has been revealed the organic matter association with hardness salts in natural water samples by increasing the concentration of hardness salts and determining permanganate oxidation value before and after salt settling. In these waters, after the association of about 34% of organic matters with salts, a further increase in salt concentration doesn’t lead to an essential rise in the portion of organic matter association.
Keywords
Natural Waters, Hardness Salts, Salt Settling, Organic Matters, Association
To cite this article
Suren Sargsyan, Some Quantitative Studies of a Relationship Between Hardness Salts and Organic Matters in Natural Waters, Journal of Water Resources and Ocean Science. Vol. 6, No. 5, 2017, pp. 61-64. doi: 10.11648/j.wros.20170605.11
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