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Effect of Dissolved Parameters on River Water Quality inWinter Season of Rewa City M.P. (India)

Manoj Kumar Solanki, O. P. Gupta

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In this research paper we are analyzed to effectof dissolved parameters on River beehar water quality in winter seasonseason of Rewa city Madhya Pradesh, India.Qualitative analysis of River beeharwater of Rewa city, Madhya Pradesh, India during the month of october-December in the year of 2016. All the water samples are within prescribed limits as suggested by BIS Desirable limit for drinking purpose. Seasonalvariation in physical and chemical parameters like Temperature, Turbidity, Color, Odor, PH Value, Total hardness, Calcium (Ca2+), Magnesium (Mg2+), Total alkalinity (like Hydroxide, Carbonate, Bicarbonate) chloride (Cl-), Nitrate (NO3-) Total dissolved solid (TDS), Iron, sulfate (SO42-),Fluoride, magnese (Mn2+)etc. All analyzed data were found in desirable or not desirable limits.

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