Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

ISSN: 2380-2391

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Contribution to the Study of the Drinking Water Quality in Niger Republic: Determination of pH, Conductivity, Temperature and, Some Anions Concentration of Tibiri-Maradi Drinking Water


Saidou Hassidou*, Manzola Abdoussalam, Tassiou Abdou Yacouba, Ben Amor Mohamed, Hamzaoui Ahmed Hichem and Mnif Adel

This work is a contribution to the study of the quality of drinking water in Niger Republic. It concerns the physicochemical characterization of Tibiri drinking water. Thus, pH, conductivity, temperature and, some anions (nitrates, chlorides, fluorides, and bicarbonates) concentration are evaluated. The results obtained showed that this water are acidic and not agree WHO standards of drinking water; their conductivity indicate that their degree of mineralization is low and obey also to the WHO standards; the temperature measured as well as anions concentrations determined are in agreement with WHO standards. Therefore, Tibiri drinking water quality is quite good in terms of temperature, conductivity, and ions analyzed.


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