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Qaid M. Saleem; Yousif Mohamed Algamal; Majed H. Shtaiwi; Mohammad S. Aldahmashi (2014)
Publisher: Global Society of Scientific Research and Researchers
Journal: International Journal of Sciences : Basic and Applied Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: sewer water, A, water treatment, pond water., alum, General Works

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mesheuropmc: fungi, parasitic diseases

This investigation was carried out to study the effect of addition of different concentrations of alum salt used in the treatment of sewer water of the pond and also to study the physico-chemical parameters such as pH ,electrical conductivity ,salinity and total sediments besides that the bacteriological analysis such as total viable count (TVC) or standard plate count (SPC) and total coliform count (MPN) content were analysed in the water sample collected from the pond estimation of viable bacteria (CFU) of the pond water ,the pond located nearby to the Faculty of Education, Ataq city, Shabwa, Yemen. Addition of 6 different concentrations to the water sample were studied and compared with tap water from the area itself .The results were obtained showing the significance of alum concentration in treatment of pond water.

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