This research study describes the chemistry and suggested treatment of manganese in drinking water, with the goals of reducing customer complaints and improving perceived water quality. The problems are aesthetic-water discoloration (usually black or dark red), clothing and fixture staining, turbid water sediments, and, at very high levels, metallic taste.This laboratory currently uses an Accumet Platinum/Ag-AgCl combination electrode, Fisher catalog number 13-620-81 (Fisher Scientific, Pittsburgh, PA) 8.2 pH/ISE meter. This lab currently uses the Denver Instruments model 225 pH/ISE meter with automatic temperature compensation ... If the make or model of meter changes, consult the metera#39;s instruction manual for detailed calibration instructions.
|Title||:||Occurrence of Manganese in Drinking Water and Manganese Control|
|Author||:||Paul M. Kohl, Steven J. Medlar|
|Publisher||:||American Water Works Association - 2006|