Biochemical Engineering - Water Treatment

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Exercise :: Water Treatment - Section 1

  • Water Treatment - Section 1
1. 

The maximum desirable limit Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) of lead in the drinking water is

A. 0.05 mg/l
B. 0.09 mg/l
C. 0.1 mg/l
D. 1.0 mg/l

Answer: Option A

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2. 

Zeolite softening process removes

A. only temporary hardness of water
B. only permanent hardness of water
C. both temporary and permanent hardness of water
D. the dissolved gases in permanent hard water

Answer: Option C

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3. 

Conventional tertiary treatment is

A. chemical coagulation and flocculation
B. filtration
C. sedimentation
D. none of these

Answer: Option A

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4. 

The maximum desirable limit (BIS) of total hardness (as CaCo3) in drinking water is

A. 600 ppm
B. 300 ppm
C. 500 ppm
D. 1000 ppm

Answer: Option B

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5. 

The chemical oxygen demand (COD)measures the

A. amount of oxygen required for growth of microorganisms in water
B. amount of oxygen that would be removed from the water in order to oxidize pollution
C. amount of oxygen required to oxidize the calcium present in waste water
D. none of the above

Answer: Option B

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