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Adsorption of zinc on bed sediments of river Ganga
|Statement||[prepared by C.K. Jain].|
|Contributions||National Institute of Hydrology (India)|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2001/60096 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 51 p.|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||99958729|
Buy Water Quality Index Of River Ganga: Determination Of Water Quality Index Of River Ganga In Patna District For Public Water Supply on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders3/5(1). Fig.5 adsorption rate of arsenic in the hydrostatic and dynamic conditions Flow state The experiment shows that the adsorption rate is higher in hydrodynamic condition than in hydrostatic condition. The adsorption rate increased from % to % during the hydrostatic test condition, and adsorption rate.
This study was carried out to examine heavy metals concentration in water and sediment of upstream and downstream of the entry of the sewage to the Tembi River, Iran. Samples were collected from upstream and downstream and were analyzed for Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Ni, and Zn by atomic absorption spectrophotometer. The results indicated that the average concentration of the metals in water and Cited by: Migration of the Ganga river and its implication on hydro-geological potential of Varanasi area, U.P., India U K Shukla∗ and N Janardhana Raju Department of Geology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi .
Weathering of the Ganga alluvial plain, northern India: implications from ﬂuvial geochemistry of the Gomati River Munendra Singh a,*, Maneesh Sharma b, Heinz Ju¨rgen Tobschall b a Department of Geology, University of Lucknow, Lucknow , India b Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, D Erlangen, Germany Received 10 July ; accepted 11 . Basin of the Ganga river accounts for a little more than one-fourth (%) of the India’s total geographical area and is the biggest river basin in country. The Ganga river has many tributaries and distributaries. Some of them are Kali, Ramganga, Yamuna, Gomati, Ghaghra, Gandak and Kosi etc. and the main plateau river tributaries are Tons, Son,Cited by: 6.
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Adsorption of zinc onto bed sediments of the River Ganga sand and only % clay and silt. Therefore, in river systems having high sand and low clay and silt contents, the overall contribution of the sand content to adsorption of metal ions could be comparable Cited by: The study attempts to determine the adsorption characteristics of bed sediments of rivers for the control of metal pollution.
In particular, it looks at adsorption of zinc ions on bed sediments for the river Ganga at Hardwar. In the natural conditions of river water, suspended loads and sediments have an important function of buffering higher metal concentrations of water, particularly by.
The paper presents a study of zinc adsorption using the experimental data on bed sediments of River Hindon in western Uttar Pradesh (India). The effect of various operating variables, viz., initial concentration, solution pH, sediment dose, contact time, and particle size, have been by: The adsorption characteristics of cadmium on bed sediments ofriver Hindon in western Uttar Pradesh (India) have been effect of various operating variables, viz., initial concentration, solution pH, sediment dose, contact time, particlesize and temperature has been studied.
The optimum equilibrationtime was found to be 60 min, which was independent of initialconcentration Cited by: A metal fractionation study on bed sediments of River Narmada in Central India has been carried out to examine the enrichment and partitioning of different metal species between five geochemical phases (exchangeable fraction, carbonate fraction, Fe/Mn oxide fraction, organic fraction and residual fraction).
The river receives toxic substances through a large number of tributaries and Cited by: To evaluate the effect of initial metal ion concentration (Co) on adsorption behaviour of lead and zinc on bed sediments of the River Kali, studies were conducted with initial metal ion concentration of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, and 25 mg/L with a fixed adsorbent dose of 5 g/L and at a particle size of # by: The study attempts to determine the adsorption characteristics of bed sediments of rivers for the control of metal pollution.
In particular, it looks at adsorption of zinc ions on bed sediments for the river Ganga at Hardwar. In the natural conditions of river water, suspended loads and sediments ha.
Heavy Metals Fractionation in Ganga River Sediments, India Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Monitoring and Assessment () October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Depth-wise change (0–20 cm) in the concentration of metals in river bed sediment at study sites +5 Cluster dendrogram showing similarity among sites based on metals in the riverbed sediment.
Effective discharge for suspended sediment transport of the Ganga River and its geomorphic implication N.G.
Roy, R. Sinha⁎ Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, KanpurIndia article info abstract Article history: Received 15 June Received in revised form 22 March Accepted 25 April Buy GANGA AND TONS RIVER: SEDIMENTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF RIVER SEDIMENTS NEAR SIRSA, ALLAHABAD, INDIA on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
We took the surface sediments of the Yellow River as the objects to study the adsorption characteristics of Cu and Pb in coastal sediments. The results indicated that: the smaller the granularity is, the bigger the saturated adsorption capacity is; The adsorption equilibrium time of Cu2+, Pb2+ is different, but all can achieve adsorption equilibrium in h; The adsorption capacity increases Author: Qian Qian Wu, Jia Guo Ren.
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and the metal pollution of Ganga river at Moradabad (T rivedi, ) have been analyzed. It was found that Gomti River, Lucknow was polluted with copper, zinc and chromium. Kar et al. () have done an assessment of heavy metal pollution in surface water of Ganga River in West Size: 2MB.
Assessment of metal species in river Ganga sediment at Varanasi, India using sequential extraction procedure and SEM-EDS.
Pandey M(1), Pandey AK(2), Mishra A(3), Tripathi BD(4). Author information: (1)Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development, Cited by: Dissolved copper and zinc are commonly observed in highway runoff at concentrations that have been shown to exert toxic effects on aquatic microbiota and macrobiota.
Dissolved copper in particular has been shown to disrupt the olfactory nervous system of salmon species at concentrations as low as 3 μg /.
Jain has written: 'Adsorption of zinc on bed sediments of river Ganga' -- subject(s): Toxicology, Bed load, Zinc 'Ground water quality monitoring and evaluation in District Jammu (J & K.
Status of heavy metal contamination in sediment of the river Ganga factor for individual factors, and Ti is the metal toxic factor. Based on the standardized heavy metal toxic factor developed by Hakanson(). fi is the metal pollution factor, Ci is the concentration of metal in the sediments. Jain CK, Ram D, Adsorption of lead and zinc on bed sediments of the river kali.
Wat. Res. 31(1), Janic J, Conkic LJ et al., A method for arsenic level determination and a device for arsenic reduction in drinking water. Wat. Res. 31(3) Jekel M, Seith R, Comparison of Conventional and New Techniques for theFile Size: 75KB. Metal fractionation study on bed sediments of River Yamuna, India.
Jain CK(1). Author information: (1)National Institute of Hydrology, RoorkeeIndia. [email protected] The pollution of aquatic ecosystem by heavy metals has assumed serious proportions due to Cited by:. Adsorption of zinc onto bed sediments of the River Ganga: adsorption models and kinetics C.
K. JAIN Hydrological Sciences Journal 46 (3), Cited by: Pesticide concentration in water and sediment of River Ganga at selected sites in middle Ganga plain Singh Leena, Choudhary S. K, Singh P. K International Journal of Environmental Sciences Volume 3 No.1, The objective of research was to carry out a systemic study on identification andCited by: Adsorption of zinc onto bed sediments of the River Ganga: adsorption models and kinetics.
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