Generalized Method o f Calculation o f Modified Spectrum Water

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The article is devoted to the development of a generalized methodology for calculating the joint characteristics of the effect of modified spectrum water. Water quality control is important to recognize because of water pollution and disease. A framework for a review of water quality should be defined to ensure that if water quality is measured as appropriate, it should be expected. Basically, water quality monitors to ensure water safety are both sleepy and standard waters nearby and global. Various water sampling methods and technology can be used to determine the level and quantity of a chemical in water as test water. The article describes how to prepare water used in hydrogen generators, to prepare solutions, chromatographic samples, capillary electrophoresis, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), and other analyzers that require the use of high purity water. The study showed that the use of spring water with a modified spectrum leads to positive statistically significant changes. The article presents results according to the absolute measurements of the luminosity of water. As a result of the calculations, graphical dependencies of the joint characteristics of the efficiency of using spectrograph. A CDS / (Pt-TiO2) pumice was created without creating a Titania composite in the pumice in accordance with the floating coating, so that photocatalysis did not cause problems in the separation of the titanium solution. European Microscopy Emission Range (FESEM), Microscope Transmission (TEM), Used UV Visible Diffusion Spectroscopy (UV-Vis DRS), such as Photocatalyst Characterization.




Fedyakin*, A. … Zaplatina, N. (2020). Generalized Method o f Calculation o f Modified Spectrum Water. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(5), 2342–2345.

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