Ecological assessment of drinking water resources using the residual chlorine and analysis by probabilistic mathematical methods: On the example of Nukus city and Amudaryo districtAuthor(s):
Rajabova ND and Mambetullaeva SMAbstract: Annotation:
This article covers the current environmental situation of drinking water resources in Nukus and Amudarya districts of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, using the minimum allowable amount of residual chlorine. The purpose of writing this article is to create axiomatic models of the values of residual chlorine obtained from experiments on objects # 1 and # 2 as a whole elemental "random phenomena". The advantage of using this method is that, through the frequency of occurrence of residual chlorine in drinking water, it is possible to create a similar probabilistic pattern to determine the level of contamination of drinking water resources.Pages: 01-03 | Views: 30 | Downloads: 8Download Full Article: Click Here
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Rajabova ND and Mambetullaeva SM. Ecological assessment of drinking water resources using the residual chlorine and analysis by probabilistic mathematical methods: On the example of Nukus city and Amudaryo district. International Journal of Geography, Geology and Environment. 2020; 2(2): 01-03.