June 2010
Water Technology;Jun2010, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p27
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The article presents information on Barium, selected by the periodical as the contaminant of the month. It further states that this alkaline-earth metal is found in naturally occurring mineral deposits. It reports on the properties and features of Barium. It states that it is released to water and air in the discharge and disposal of drilling wastes. It also highlights its effects on health and the process of water purification contaminated with it.


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