Water analysis, introduction
Abstract This article descibes the physicochemical methods commonly used in water analysis
•A limited number of physical parameters (temperature, electrical conductivity, redox potential) and test parameters (such as colour, smell and taste) are used for presenting the purity of the water and its physical properties
•Chemical/physicochemical methods can be used to analyse a wide range of components, both inorganic and organic.
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