alkalinity

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pH values above 7

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05) was observed between total zooplankton and the zooplankton groups with carbon dioxide, transparency, temperature and total alkalinity (Table 6).
Here are a few examples: Let's say the stabilizer measurement was 75 ppm and the total alkalinity was 80 ppm; then the corrected value of the alkalinity is 55 ppm.
The phytoplankton showed a direct relationship with light penetration, pH, oxygen, total alkalinity and total hardness of water (Mahboob, 1986).
Total alkalinity and pH can play the biggest roles in water turbidity, according to Gloria Wilson, past president of the Western Pool & Spa Show and a water chemistry instructor in Saugus, Calif.
This phenomenon occurs somewhere near 20 ppm chlorine; the actual value varies with different pH or total alkalinity conditions.
The following parameters were tested for each site in both lakes: ammonia (nitrogen), total alkalinity, carbon dioxide, silica, phosphate, chloride, sulfide, nitrate-N, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and temperature.
Other analyses conducted were total suspended solids, total organic carbon, total alkalinity, particle counts, and pH.
5 mg/L, pk/25, twenty (20) packs of p/n TNT870 total alkalinity TNT+ (25-400mg/L), pk/25, fifteen (15) packs of p/n TNT839 db nitrite, TNT+ LR 0.
Weekly, the concentrations of total ammonia nitrogen (TAN - indophenol method), nitrite (spectrophotometry at 543 nm) and dissolved oxygen (YSI 55 oximeter) were determined; the determinations of total alkalinity (titration with standard H2SO4 solution), total hardness (titration with standard EDTA solution) and reactive phosphorous (spectrophotometry at 690 nm) were carried out fortnightly.
Total alkalinity, chloride, nitrite and total hardness were determined by titration method of Clesceri et al.
The optimum range of water quality parameters such as temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, total alkalinity and total hardness is also important to obtain good growth in fishes under intensive culture conditions (Abid and Ahmed 2009).
The physic-chemical parameters such as pH, total alkalinity, total hardness, chlorides, total dissolved solids, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, chemical oxygen demand and biochemical oxygen demand were analyzed.
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