Determination of flouride ions in resource and mineral waters of the Van region by using ion-selective electrode method
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CitationDağ, B., Kılıçel, F. (2014). Determination of flouride ions in resource and mineral waters of the Van region by using ion-selective electrode method. Advances in Analytical Chemistry, 4 (1), pp. 9-12. https://doi.org/10.5923/j.aac.20140401.02
Factors that have a significant negative effect of ecological research on species alive, especially human beings are very important. A most important danger for environment is called pollution that threaten human beings and nature since it is seen at the start of the second half of the twentieth century, due to technological development and a great increasing the population. As a result, toxic wastes accumulate continuously in the rivers, lakes and seas, cross-contamination of water leads to an important extent. Some of the water and soil with toxic and carcinogenic elements, concentrations exceed certain forms of pollution. Toxic and carcinogenic elements in waters and soils in any region, whether or not pollution, with research is exposed. With different ways some elements (Pb, Ni, Cd, As and Bi) reach to organisms, the body exhibit a direct toxic effect. Even though some of the elements (Cu, Mn, Zn, Co and Se, etc.) are the nutrients, increasing concentrations of these substances show a toxic effect . The amount of fluoride in water is 1.0 mg/L as useful, as it is expressed on the concentrations of toxic and carcinogenic . Because of the importance mentioned above, the source and the mineral waters of the Van region, the water samples were collected from 30 centers in 4 seasons. After some preparatory phase for the measurement of fluoride ion, the water samples were prepared. Examples were analyzed with ion-selective electrode method . The values were compared with the standard values. The values in the samples vary according to the collection centers. Generally, the values are in the range of standard values. Fluoride in 2 samples taken from the centers of 9 and 17 has been found to exceed the standard.
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