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- Hard Water, More Elastic Arteries: A Case Study from Krupina District, Slovakia
- GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF CALCIUM AND HARD WATER POST LAB ANSWERS
- Gravimetric analysis and precipitation gravimetry
Rizk, N. Ait-Mouheb, G. Molle, N.
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Hard Water, More Elastic Arteries: A Case Study from Krupina District, Slovakia
In precipitation gravimetry an insoluble compound forms when we add a precipitating reagent, or precipitant , to a solution that contains our analyte. In most cases the precipitate is the product of a simple metathesis reaction between the analyte and the precipitant; however, any reaction that generates a precipitate potentially can serve as a gravimetric method. Most precipitation gravimetric methods were developed in the nineteenth century, or earlier, often for the analysis of ores. Figure 1. All precipitation gravimetric analyses share two important attributes.
GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF CALCIUM AND HARD WATER POST LAB ANSWERS
The protective role of hard drinking water against cardiovascular diseases is well documented by numerous studies. This article describes the impact of Ca and Mg contents in the drinking water with different water hardness on the cardiovascular system arterial stiffness, arterial age of residents of the Krupina district, the Slovak Republic. The research was based on the measurements of arterial stiffness, including the measurements of aortic pulse wave velocity PWVao and the calculation of the arterial age of the residents. In total, randomly selected residents were included in measurements, divided into the two groups according to Ca and Mg contents in drinking water water hardness. Differences in arterial stiffness between the two groups of respondents were documented. Higher arterial stiffness low flexibility of arteries was determined for a group of residents supplied with soft drinking water.
Gravimetric analysis and precipitation gravimetry
Gravimetric Analysis of Calcium and Hard Water Introduction In certain areas of the country, the presence of hard water poses significant problems in water supply systems. Various water softening techniques are used to remove the cations responsible for water hardness. This investigation involves the application of gravimetric analysis to test samples for the amount of water hardness and calcium ions.
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Gravimetric Analysis of Calcium and Hard Water Introduction In certain areas of the country, the presence of hard water poses significant problems in water supply systems. Various water softening techniques are used to remove the cations responsible for water hardness. This investigation involves the application of gravimetric analysis to test samples for the amount of water hardness and calcium ions. Background Water from natural sources may contain a number of dissolved substances. The amount and nature of these dissolved substances varies depending on the geography of the area and the journey the water has taken.
Gravimetric analysis , a method of quantitative chemical analysis in which the constituent sought is converted into a substance of known composition that can be separated from the sample and weighed. The steps commonly followed in gravimetric analysis are 1 preparation of a solution containing a known weight of the sample, 2 separation of the desired constituent, 3 weighing the isolated constituent, and 4 computation of the amount of the particular constituent in the sample from the observed weight of the isolated substance. Of the many methods that may be employed for isolating the desired constituent from a solution of a sample, the most common is precipitation—that is, transformation into a substance not soluble in the solution. A reagent is added that forms an insoluble compound with the desired constituent but will not precipitate other constituents of the sample. The precipitate obtained is separated by filtration, washed free of soluble impurities, dried or ignited to remove water, and weighed. Certain substances can be separated by virtue of their easy convertibility into gaseous compounds , as in the determination of carbonate in a mineral analysis. The sample is treated with an acid , and carbon dioxide is evolved as a gas.
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