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Research Paper | Chemistry | India | Volume 12 Issue 2, February 2023
Statistical Analysis of Groundwater Sample of Bhudoli Village of Neemkathana Block of Sikar India
Santosh Kumar Verma  | Ashok Kumar Kakodia 
Abstract: The nitrate concentration of groundwater in the Bhudoli village observed is much higher than the BIS (IS 10500: 2012) acceptable limit of 45 mg/L. Total alkalinity, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and Total alkalinity of groundwater in the Bhudoli village were observed higher than the BIS (IS 10500: 2012) .The fluoride, Chloride, and Sulphate concentration in groundwater are within the BIS (IS 10500: 2012) acceptable limit. It is observed that the quality is better and it is included in the high-quality water villages. The groundwater of Bhudoli village does not show Perfect positive (r = 1), perfect negative (r = -1), and very high degree (r = 1- 0.9) positive/negative correlation. Correlation Analysis reveals that TDS increase in groundwater is associated with nitrate, fluoride, and chloride shows that groundwater aquifer contains metamorphic rocks which contain more soluble minerals having more fluoride. The Aggressive Index of groundwater of Bhudoli village hasan AI value of more than 12 indicatingthe non-corrosive nature of the water. From the statistical analysis of groundwater, it may be concluded that anthropogenic and geogenic factors continuously deteriorate the quality of groundwater. Its suitability for domestic and other purposes is continuously decreasing.
Keywords: Water, physio-chemical parameters, Water Quality Index, correlation diagram, Aggressive Index, WHO, BIS
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 2, February 2023,
Pages: 434 - 440
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