Assessment of Chlorides In The Water Samples And Its Absorption By Thermosetting Polymer Phenol Formaldehyde Resin

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D.Sravani

Dr.P.V.S.Machiraju

K.Mrudula Devi

Dr.S.Arunakumari

V.S.Pravallika

  1. Associate professor Chemistry,Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, Aditya College of Engineering And Technology,Aditya nagar Surampalem Andhra Pradesh India
  2. professor Chemistry,Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences,Pragathi Engineering college ,Pragathi college Surampalem Andhra Pradesh India
  3. Associate professor Chemistry,Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences,Aditya University,Aditya nagar Surampalem- Andhra Pradesh India
  4. Professor Chemistry,Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences,Aditya University,Aditya nagar Surampalem Andhra Pradesh India
  5. Assistant Professor V.S.Pravallika Assistant professor of chemistry, Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences,Aditya University,Aditya nagar Surampalem Andhra Pradesh India

Abstract

Assessing chloride levels in water samples is critical for monitoring water quality and ensuring environmental and public health protection. This study presents a comprehensive methodology for estimating chloride concentrations in water samples through various analytical techniques, including titration. Results obtained from each method were compared and discussed to evaluate their accuracy, and applicability in different environmental settings. The data shows that the samalkot drinking water sample has a relatively high chloride content. The kiralampudi drinking water sample(KLRM) is noted for containing a higher chloride content compared to some other samples.Compared to other samples. The Kakinada(urban) drinking water KKDDM is found to be highest hardness 725ppm and least was found in peddappuram drinking water as 42.5 ppm and pithapuram as 55 ppm. The Surampalem drinking water sample (SUBW) is identified as having the least chloride content among the samples Quality control measures were implemented to ensure the validity of the results, and the environmental implications of the measured chloride concentrations were discussed. Bakelite thermosetting polymer is used for the absorption of water containg chloride ions. Overall, the study highlights the importance of accurate chloride estimation for effective water resource management and provides valuable insights for researchers and environmental professionals engaged in water quality monitoring and assessment. Bakelite is also effective tool for removal of chlorides ion exchange resin.

Keywords: Chloride ions, water samples, Bakelite, ion exchange resin

How to cite this article: D.Sravani, Dr.P.V.S.Machiraju, K.Mrudula Devi, Dr.S.Arunakumari, V.S.Pravallika. Assessment of Chlorides In The Water Samples And Its Absorption By Thermosetting Polymer Phenol Formaldehyde Resin. Journal of Polymer and Composites. 2024; ():-.
How to cite this URL: D.Sravani, Dr.P.V.S.Machiraju, K.Mrudula Devi, Dr.S.Arunakumari, V.S.Pravallika. Assessment of Chlorides In The Water Samples And Its Absorption By Thermosetting Polymer Phenol Formaldehyde Resin. Journal of Polymer and Composites. 2024; ():-. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/jopc/article=2024/view=146132

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Received March 24, 2024
Accepted April 11, 2024
Published May 15, 2024