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Sajaad Iqbal Khan Raj Kumar Rampal Nisha Nisha

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In present investigation of anionic (fluoride, chloride, bromide, phosphate and sulphate) change in surface and ground water due to industrial effluents by ion chromatography technique has been determined in area of Jammu using Ion-chromatograph (IC-850).Surface and ground water samples were taken before and after discharge of industrial effluents. All required standards for calibration and all the samples (water as well as industrial effluents) have been prepared by using ultra pure water obtained from M Millipore. Both the peak height (PH) and peak area (PA) were used to assess the IC signals. All the peaks for anions were clear with good resolution and there were no interactions between them. The total time for anion analysis was recorded to be about 28 minutes .Anions like fluoride exhibited drastic change in concentration in surface and ground water samples taken after discharge of industrial effluents.

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Keywords

Common anions, Ground water, Industrial effluents, Ion chromatography and Surface water

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Khan, S. I., Rampal, R. K., & Nisha, N. (2013). Ion chromatography determination of anionic change in surface and ground water due to industrial effluents in Jammu (J&K), India. Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 5(2), 274-281. https://doi.org/10.31018/jans.v5i2.316
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