CHM105Spring2018_WaterQuality_20400.pdf

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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | 1 / 5 Student Name levi johnston Student ID 20400 Lesson Water Quality Institution Rock Valley College Session CHM 105, Spring 2018 Course CHM 105, Spring 2018 Instructor Liz Hansen Final Report Exercise 1 CHM 105, Spring 2018 Water Quality Phospates: 1 bottled water 2 Tap and river Nitrates: 1 bottled waste and Tap water 2 river water PH: 1 tap water and river 2 bottled Coliform - tap and bottled + river 1. Using the Water Color Chart and Tables 1, 2, and 3, rank the three water samples in Data Table 4 f rom best (1) to worst (3) f or each of the qualities tested. If 2 or more samples are equivalent, give them the same number. Record in Data Table 4. Phospate levels were at 2ppm which is considered slightly high, so that would allow algae to grow very well, and the water had a nitrate level of 20ppm which means algae would very fast. 2. Did your water body have phosphate and/or nitrate levels that might put it at risk f or eutrophication and subsequent algal blooms? Explain your reasoning.
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