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PHYSIOCHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SACmT WATER SOLD IN ADO-EKITI

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This study focus on the physiochemical and microbial characteristics of pure water sachet in Ado-Ekiti. A total of sixteen pure water sachet from sixteen brand were collected at random and their physiochemical and microbial parameters were analysed The colour, taste, odour, turbidity, temperature, pH, electrical conductivity, total dissolved solids, total hardness, chloride, sulphate, nitrate, phosphate. and microbial parameters of the stored samples were analysed ,turbidity of the sample was determined using D70 jackson turbidity meter, physiochemical analysis of the sixteen sachet water(sample A-H) that was analysed for Ph, zinc, iron, chloride, calcium, nitrate ,and hardness shows that their was no significance difference for in their value. while there was significant difference in the value analysed for conductivity, alkalinity TDS. Meanwhile for (sample 1-P) there was significant different i the value analysed for nitrate, pH, alkalinity, hardness, zinc, iron, sulphate. Meanwhile, there was significant difference in the value of conductivity, and IDS.

Moreover ,for sample(A-H) temperature ranges between (8.1-9.1) with sample A having highest value of 9.1,also for sample(A-H) alkalinity ranges between(73.04-l 17.07) 0with A having the highest value while sample H has the least value for alkalinity, for sample (A- H) analysed for zinc, all the samples contain values with detectable limit. However for samples(I-P) analysed for pH. pH ranges from 8.0 -8.4, with sample (0 & P) having the least PH, and sample A having the highest value for pH, also for sample (1-P) analyzed for zinc all the

PHYSIOCHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SACmT WATER SOLD IN ADO-EKITI

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Department Water Resources Management
Project ID WRM0004
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Type Project
    Department Water Resources Management
    Project ID WRM0004
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 45 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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