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ISBN-13/EAN: 9780820600406
ISBN: 0820600407
Author: Natarajan Manivasakam
Chemical Publishing
Book - Hardback
Pub Date: Mar 1, 2011
454 pages
Features
This book is divided into four parts.
Part - I 'Introduction' provides a detailed introduction on analysis of water along with parameters to be determined for each industrial use, thus helps to reduce the time required for analysis and labor involved in analysis.

In Part - II 'Chemical Analysis', elaborate testing procedures for all the
parameters necessary for industrial uses are given. Exclusive chapters in the beginning on 'Sampling of water' and 'Sampling of Boiler water' will provide the analyst a detailed sampling program and the important sampling pOints so that the analysis would be more meaningful and more useful. Detailed analytical procedures for 65 chemical
parameters are given which makes this book a handy reference for carrying out analysis without any difficulty.

Part - III 'Microbiological Analysis' deals with the identification and determination of the density of microbial organisms that are likely to interfere in industrial processes. To aid the analyst, separate chapters starting from the Requirement of Chemicals Glassware and Equipment Technics involved in Microbiological Analysis, Sampling of Water for Microbiological Examination and Preparation of Media and Reagents, to identification of specific organisms are provided with a detailed discussion.

In Part - IV 'Microscopical Examination', a brief account of microscopical organisms is given. The common organisms present in water along with their habitat and significance are also dealt.

Table of Contents:

PART I INTRODUCTION -

Chapter 1 Introduction 3 -
Chapter 2 Parameters to be determined (industry wise) 8 -

PART II CHEMICAL ANALYSIS -

Chapter 3 Equipments, Glassware & Chemicals Required for Chemical Analysis 29 -
Chapter 4 Water for Analytical Laboratory Use 41 -
Chapter 5 Sampling of Water for Chemical Analysis 44 -
Chapter 6 Sampling of Boiler Water 56 -
Chapter 7 Chemical Analysis – General Notes 60 -
Chapter 8 Expression of Results 61 -
Chapter 9 Preliminary Acid Digestion of the Sample 64 -
Chapter 10 Acidity 66 -
Chapter 11 Alkalinity 71 -
Chapter 12 Alumnium 80 -
Chapter 13 Arsenic 84 -
Chapter 14 Bio Chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) 87 -
Chapter 15 Boron 99 -
Chapter 16 Cadmium 102 -
Chapter 17 Calcium 106 -
Chapter 18 Calcium Carbonate Stability Test 109 -
Chapter 19 Carbon dioxide (Free) 110 -
Chapter 20 Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) 115 -
Chapter 21 Chloride 121 -
Chapter 22 Chlorine Demand 128 -
Chapter 23 Chromium 130 -
Chapter 24 Coagulant Demand 135 -
Chapter 25 Color 137 -
Chapter 26 Copper 139 -
Chapter 27 Cyanides (Total) 143 -
Chapter 28 Electrical Conductivity 147 -
Chapter 29 Equivalent Mineral Acidity (EMA) 149 -
Chapter 30 Fluoride 150 -
Chapter 31 Hardness (Total) 157 -
Chapter 32 Hydrazine 164 -
Chapter 33 Iodide 166 -
Chapter 34 Iron 169 -
− Total 169 -
− Ferrous 172 -
Chapter 35 Langelier Index, Ryznar Index and Puckorius Scaling Index 175 -
Chapter 36 Lead 181 -
Chapter 37 Magnesium 184 -
Chapter 38 Manganese 189 -
Chapter 39 Mercury 192 -
Chapter 40 Nickel 195 -
Chapter 41 Nitrate 198 -
Chapter 42 Nitrite 201 -
Chapter 43 Nitrogen (Ammonia) 205 -
Chapter 44 Nitrogen (Albuminoid) 209 -
Chapter 45 Nitrogen (Organic) 211 -
Chapter 46 Nitrogen (Total Kjeldahl) 212 -
Chapter 47 Odor 214 -
Chapter 48 Oil and Grease 216 -
Chapter 49 Oxygen (Dissolved) 218 -
Chapter 50 Particle Counting 225 -
Chapter 51 Permanganate Value (Oxygen absorbed / Tidy’s test) 226 -
Chapter 52 Phenols 230 -
Chapter 53 Phosphate 234 -
Chapter 54 pH value 239 -
Chapter 55 Potassium 243 -
Chapter 56 Residual Chelant 244 -
Chapter 57 Residual Chlorine 248 -
Chapter 58 Residual Sodium Carbonate (RSC) 253 -
Chapter 59 Selenium 257 -
Chapter 60 Silica 260 -
Chapter 61 Silt Density Index 265 -
Chapter 62 Silver 267 -
Chapter 63 Sodium 269 -
− Percent Sodium 270 -
− Sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR) 273 -
Chapter 64 Sodium Slip Determination 276 -
Chapter 65 Solids 278 -
− Total Solids 279 -
− Dissolved Solids 280 -
− Suspended Solids 281 -
− Settleable Solids 283 -
Chapter 66 Sulfate 285 -
Chapter 67 Sulfide 290 -
Chapter 68 Sulfite 293 -
Chapter 69 Surfactants (Anionic) 295 -
Chapter 70 Tannin & Lignin 297 -
Chapter 71 Temperature 299 -
Chapter 72 Turbidity 300 -
Chapter 73 Volatile Acids 303 -
Chapter 74 Zinc 308 -
Chapter 75 Probable Combinations (Checking the Correctness of Analysis) 313 -
Chapter 76 Determination of Steam Purity 327 -

PART III MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS -

Chapter 77 Microbiological Analysis of Industrial Waters – An Introduction 333 -
Chapter 78 Equipment, Glassware and Other Items Required for Microbiological Analysis 339 -
Chapter 79 Laboratory Technics 349 -
Chapter 80 Preparation of Media and Reagents 355 -
Chapter 81 Sampling of Water for Microbiological Analysis 359 -
Chapter 82 Standard Plate Count (Total Bacterial Count) 363 -
Chapter 83 Coliform Bacteria (Total Coliforms) 368 -
Chapter 84 Fecal Coliforms (Escherichia Coli) 382 -
Chapter 85 Proteolytic Bacterial Count 387 -
Chapter 86 Lipolytic Bacterial Count 388 -
Chapter 87 Thermophilic Bacterial Count 389 -
Chapter 88 Gelatin Liquefying bacteria 390 -
Chapter 89 Iron Bacteria 391 -
Chapter 90 Sulfate-Reducing bacteria 393 -
Chapter 91 Sulfur-Oxidizing bacteria 395 -
Chapter 92 Yeast and Mould 397 -
Chapter 93 Slime-Forming Organisms 399 -

PART IV MICROSCOPICAL EXAMINATION -

Chapter 94 Microscopical Examination 403 -

Appendix
Index
References


Excerpt from Book (short):

Part – I ‘Introduction’ provides a detailed introduction on analysis of water along with parameters to be determined for each industrial use, thus helps to reduce the time required for analysis and labor involved in analysis.

In Part – II ‘Chemical Analysis’, elaborate testing procedures for all the parameters necessary for industrial uses are given. Exclusive chapters in the beginning on ‘Sampling of water’ and ‘Sampling of Boiler water’ will provide the analyst a detailed sampling program and the important sampling points so that the analysis would be more meaningful and more useful. Detailed analytical procedure for 65 chemical parameters are given which makes this book a handy reference for carrying out analysis without any difficulty.

Part – III ‘Microbiological Analysis’ deals with the identification and determination of the density of microbial organisms that are likely to interfere in industrial processes. To aid the analyst, separate chapters starting from the Requirement of Chemicals, Glassware and Equipment, Technics involved in Microbiological Analysis, Sampling of Water for Microbiological Examination and Preparation of Media and Reagents, to identification of specific organisms are provided with a detailed discussion.

Part – IV ‘Microscopical Examination’, a brief account of microscopical organisms is given. The common organisms present in water along with their habitat and significance are also dealt. This book would serve as a handy reference to all wet processing industries. This book would be helpful in multifarious ways to Analysts, Chemists, Engineers, and Managers of industries and Water Treatment Consultants, Firms engaged in Water Treatment and other personnel engaged in water analysis and water treatment. This apart, this book would also be a source book to students of Industrial Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Chemistry, Applied chemistry, Environmental Engineering and Environmental Science and other allied faculties of Colleges and Universities.

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