water sample

water sample

[′wȯd·ər ‚sam·pəl]
(engineering)
A portion of water brought up from a depth to determine its composition.
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The Center is conducting a weekly selection of drinking water sample for examination of the microbiological and sanitary and chemical indicators in cooperation with the laboratory Gorvodoprovod.
The water analysis carried out by PCRWR showed that Casualty water sample had Sodium (mg/l) 224, Sulfate 355 and TDS 1061.
He said WASA Managing Director Syed Zahid Aziz had directed staff to carry out flushing and chlorination of water lines on an emergency basis and if complaint was received from any area under such scenario chlorine quantity should be increased there and cleaning process should be continued till the clearance of water sample.
Furthermore, the total suspended solids, total dissolved solids, total hardness and conductivity rate of water sample from Igbokoda River were significantly higher than the control water sample.
The high level of chloride in the deepwell water sample collected from Initao, Gitagum, and Libertad may be due to similarity in their geological structures.
The cap was removed and the tester was calibrated with buffer solution at pH 7, then the tester was dipped up to immersed level in water sample and after one minute, results were recorded.
Bojos explained that it will take ethanol to evaporate before the water sample arrives in Cebu which is about six hours travel time.
Microbial source tracking involves extracting DNA from bacteria in a water sample and comparing it to DNA from possible hosts.
Users then introduce the appropriate eXact Reagent strip into the water sample for 20 sec, which releases the chemical reagent that reacts with the analyte in the sample tested and causes a color change.
The copper concentration of all the drinking water sample was within the WHO permissible limits.
The characteristics of water sample from Sungai Pelepah were determined.
Tepco revealed that the water sample taken on Wednesday at a point in the drainage ditch, which is only 300 meters away from the ocean, contained 1,400 becquerels per liter of radioactive substances, the Japan Times reports.