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Fluoride Content in Ground Water¬ in Mahendergarh (Haryana)

Volume 1 - Issue 5

Rajesh Kumar1*, Neerja Kalra2 and SS Yadav 3

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    • 1Assistant Professor in Chemistry, RPS (PG) College Balana, India
    • 2Assistant Professor in Chemistry, Government College Ateli, India
    • 3Associate Professor in Chemistry, Government Raza (PG) College, India

    *Corresponding author: Rajesh Kumar, Assistant Professor in Chemistry, RPS (P.G) College Balana, Mahendergarh, India

Received: September 24, 2017   Published: October 06, 2017

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2017.01.000420

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Fluoride is one of the most important Geo-Environmental issues in 25 developed as well as developing nations. Excessive ingestion of fluoride results into a disease called fluorosis. The fluoride content is ground water and it’s imparted on human health imparting human living. Fluoride content in water, concern for drinking water quality centered on its aesthetic qualities. The presence of fluoride in exceeding limits and its related problems of drinking water prevailing in many parts of India is well documented (Table 1). Fluoride in drinking water is known both beneficial and determinate effects on health. Fluoride leads dental and skeleton problems in human health. The ion-exchange / adsorption can be applied to either concentrated or diluted solution and they are capable of achieving complete removal under proper conditions. This paper on fluoride content in ground and its effects on human health and some methods for removing fluoride contents in ground water. Ground water samples of Mohindergarh district have been collected from the bore wells. The results indicates that fluoride concentration is varies from 0.6- 6.9 mg/L. This Paper briefly presents the high content of fluoride in ground water.

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