Distribution and Contamination Assessment of Potentially Harmful Element Chromium in Water

6 Pages Posted: 11 Dec 2019

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Mahipal Singh Sankhla

Vivekananda Global University

Rajeev Kumar

Galgotias University

Lalit Prasad

Galgotias University

Date Written: November 23, 2019

Abstract

Water is progressively becoming an unusual resource, both in relations of amount and quantity or quality. Heavy metals are persistent water contamination. Due to increasing growth of population, rural and urban development and fast industrial development are major sources of contamination of chromium in lake, river, groundwater, various water sources. It is a universally known that the chromium is majorly toxic in the nature and human & animal are exposure of the lead through water are chronic & acute toxicity could be quite harmful for human life. This review study main focuses on water pollution and the adverse effect of chromium toxicity in human being.

Keywords: chromium, water, Heavy Metal, Toxic, Effect etc

Suggested Citation

Sankhla, Mahipal Singh and Kumar, Rajeev and Prasad, Lalit, Distribution and Contamination Assessment of Potentially Harmful Element Chromium in Water (November 23, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3492307 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3492307

Mahipal Singh Sankhla (Contact Author)

Vivekananda Global University ( email )

Jaipur
India

Rajeev Kumar

Galgotias University ( email )

Plot No.2, Sector 17-A
Yamuna Expressway
Greater Noida, UT Uttar Pradesh 201306
India

Lalit Prasad

Galgotias University ( email )

Plot No.2, Sector 17-A
Yamuna Expressway
Greater Noida, UT Uttar Pradesh 201306
India

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