Impact Factor: 5.2 IJAR

Tara Vishvkarma, Ashok Sharma, Dr, Sarita Sharma
2017 unpublished
Chromium is highly toxic heavy metal for our environment and it poses a serious threat to human health and aquatic life in water. Its high concentration present in water causes several health diseases such as lung, cancer, and developmental defects among children due to industrial activities. It is used in various industrial processes like electroplating, leather tanning, ferrochromium production etc. The maximum permissible limit of chromium in drinking water is 0.05 mg/l (WHO). Some factors
more » ... HO). Some factors also affect the adsorption of chromium from waste water.