Sterilisation Of Water Using Bleaching Powder Essays and Term Papers

  • Sterilization of Water

    Dosage of Bleaching Powder Required for Sterilization of Different Samples of Water CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 2. GENERAL METHODS USED 3. THEORY 4. REQUIREMENTS 5. PROCEDURE 6. OBSERVATION TABLES 7. CALCULATIONS 8. RESULT 9. CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION Water is the major...

    Premium | 1915 Words | 7 Pages

  • Sterilization Of Water Using Bleaching Powder

    Erika Domingo III – St. Anne STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER A CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATORY PROjECT ANSHUL KUMAR PANDEY XII B [THIS PROJECT LOOKS AT THE TECHNIQUE CALLED STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER WHICH IS USED TO PURIFY WATER AND MAKES IT FIT FOR DRINKING.] ...

    Premium | 2424 Words | 9 Pages

  • Investigatory Project About Purification of Water Using Bleaching Powder

    STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER A CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATORY PROGECT ANSHUL KUMAR PANDEY XII B iC BS [THIS PROJECT LOOKS AT THE TECHNIQUE CALLED STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER WHICH IS USED TO PURIFY WATER AND MAKES IT FIT FOR DRINKING.] E.c om INDEX 1...

    Premium | 2829 Words | 15 Pages

  • Sterilisation of Water Using Bleaching Powder

    STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER A CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATORY PROGECT ANSHUL KUMAR PANDEY XII B [THIS PROJECT LOOKS AT THE TECHNIQUE CALLED STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER WHICH IS USED TO PURIFY WATER AND MAKES IT FIT FOR DRINKING.] Downloaded from www.icbse.com INDEX ...

    Premium | 2846 Words | 11 Pages

  • Purification of Water

    Sterilization of Water using Bleaching Powder Chemistry Project on Sterilization of Water using Bleaching Powder STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER A CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATORY PROGECT ANSHUL KUMAR PANDEY XII B PTHIS PROJECT LOOKS AT THE TECHNIQUE CALLED STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER...

    Premium | 2764 Words | 9 Pages

  • Purification of Water : a Study

    Investigatory Project To determine minimum amount of Bleaching Powder Required to disinfect different samples of Water. INDEX I. Introduction o Purification of Water o History of Water Purification o Bleaching Powder II. Experiment o Aim o Requirements ...

    Premium | 1697 Words | 9 Pages

  • Engineer

    OLYMPUS FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPES Olympus KeyMed is unable to make any recommendations in relation to the microbiological efficacy of a disinfection/sterilisation solution or process - this should be investigated and reviewed by the hospital’s Infection Control Committee, or equivalent authority, in conjunction ...

    Premium | 5855 Words | 37 Pages

  • Rain

    Authenticity Acknowledgement Introduction -Need of Water -Purification of Water -Need for a stable purification technique 4. Theory -History of Water purification -Bleaching powder and its preparation -Use of Bleaching powder in Sterilization of water 5. Experiment -Aim -Pre-Requisite Knowledge -Requirements...

    Premium | 1213 Words | 3 Pages

  • Fruit Beverage Processing – a Growing Sector

    consumption. This does not include water as it’s a natural resource. Beverages almost always largely consist of water as their main ingredient. Classification of beverageBeverage Non-alcoholic alcoholic Non-carboted Fruit juice Nectars Coffee, tea carboted soda tonic water coca-cola non-distilled Wine ...

    Premium | 4374 Words | 14 Pages

  • unit 266

    cleanser(not scourers); • De-scaling agent- for cleaning shower heads; • Disinfectant-e.g. presept- sodium dichloroicyanurate granules dissolved in water to 1000 ppm available chlorine; • Carpet shampoo- any proprietary detergent for cleaning carpets; • Spray polish- any proprietary aerosol or liquid...

    Premium | 2564 Words | 8 Pages

  • Acids,Bases and Salts

    respective salts along with water when they react with metal carbonates. Examples: Hydrochloric acid gives carbon dioxide gas, sodium chloride along with water when reacts with sodium carbonate. Hydrochloric acid gives carbon dioxide, magnesium chloride and water when it reacts with magnesium...

    Premium | 4287 Words | 16 Pages

  • Materials in Our Daily Life

    in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. Some candles are scented and their aroma spreads in the air when lighted while some others can float on water. Nainital (in Uttaranchal) is famous for the variety of beautiful and decorative candles manufactured here. 21.1.2 Inks We all use inks in various writing...

    Premium | 6258 Words | 17 Pages

  • Bleach

    perfected the bleaching of fabrics in a process called crofting, whereby fabrics were spread out in large fields for maximum sunlight exposure. Textile mills as far away as Scotland shipped their material to the Netherlands for this bleaching. The practice quickly spread throughout Europe, and bleaching fields...

    Premium | 1773 Words | 5 Pages

  • Organic Compounds and Uses

    sulfate  | potassium bisulfate  - used in the conversion of tartrates to bitartrates in wine. | acid of sugar  | oxalic acid – used in cleaning or bleaching, especially for the removal of rust (iron complexing agent) | ackey  | nitric acid  | alcali volatil  | ammonium hydroxide  - ingredient in cleaning...

    Premium | 640 Words | 3 Pages

  • Textile Processing

    the following operations of wet processing 1. Singeing(Fabric) -Gas Singeing 2. Desizing 3. Mercerisation(Fabric) 4. Scouring and Bleaching 5. Dyeing -Kier boiler -Jigger -Jet dyeing -Beam dyeing 6. Dyeing(yarn) -Cheese dyeing 7. Finishing -Stenter -Zero-Zero -Calendering ...

    Premium | 1524 Words | 10 Pages

  • Vanish

    stain, from a blob of ink on a shirt to a glass of red wind spilt on a brand new white tablecloth. Some stains can be removed simply with soap and water but others are more problematic. There is a vast folklore of tips and tricks for stain removal with everyday substances – some of which work and...

    Premium | 3548 Words | 17 Pages

  • Kggj

    acid + metal -------->salt + hydrogen acid + metal oxide--->salt + water acid + metal carbonate---->salt + water + carbon dioxide Element | Symbol | Valency | Hydrogen | H | 1 | Oxygen | O | -2 | Carbon | C | 4 | Calcium | Ca | 2 | Iron | Fe | 2 | Aluminium | Al | 3 | Sodium...

    Premium | 697 Words | 4 Pages

  • Health & Safety & Infection Control in the Workplace

    environment and how is this carried out within your workplace? 301.1.1.a.b.c Examples of relevant workplace procedures at a dental practice include: Using hazardous substances safely – e.g. Storing amalgam separately to all other waste until collection, storing lead foil waste from x-rays separately until...

    Premium | 2283 Words | 7 Pages

  • Rte Food

     Mughlai PaneerFresh cubes of Paneer prepared with khus-khus, ground watermelon seeds and fine onion paste, spiced with coriander leaves and cardamom powder.      Dakshin | This cuisine reflects the tradition and culture of the southern Indian peninsula. ‘Kitchens of India’ offers you Chicken Chettinad...

    Premium | 3331 Words | 16 Pages

  • Health and Safety in Salon

    (wearing personal protective equipment), using (according to the manufacturers' instructions) and disposing (hazardous waste bag) hazardous substances in correct and safe way. The employer is required to inform and train employees about the risk arising from using hazardous substances and the precautions...

    Premium | 2237 Words | 9 Pages