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Analysis of Impure and Pure Underground Water in Post Monsoon of Rewa City, MP, India

Manoj Kumar Solanki, Omprakash Gupta

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Present papers to analysis of underground water in postmonsoon of Rewa city, Madhya Pradesh, India in a year of 2015. Most of the samples analyzed are within the prescribed limits as suggested by the World Health Organization (WHO), Indian Standard Institute (ISI) and BIS desirable limit. Seasonal variation in physical and chemical parameters like Temperature, Turbidity, Color, Odor, Taste, pH value, Total hardness, Calcium, Magnesium, Total alkalinity, chloride, Nitrate, Total dissolved solid, sulfate etc. All parameters were found in some limits.

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