Distribution of Some Heavy Metals in Tigris River middle of Iraq Abdul-Hameed M. J. Al-Obaidy|Zahraa Zahraw Al-Janabi|Abdul-Rahman Al-Kubaisi

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Baghdad Science Journal

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This study was conducted from February 2010 to December 2010. Water Samples were collected every two months in three stations in Baghdad city. The study involved the assessment of concentrations of some heavy metals such as: Chromium, Cadmium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Manganese, Nickel and Zinc. the values of chromium were undetected for the entire of the study, while the rest of the heavy metal were ranged between 0.001 -0.438 mg / l, ND -0.077 mg / L, ND -0.778 mg / l, 0.36 - 0.011 mg / l, 0.011-0 .08mg/ l, ND - 0.1985 mg / l, ND -0.0416 mg / l, respectively. The results showed that the concentrations of heavy metals were fluctuated during the study period, except Lead which have high concentrations and exceeded the permit limits in all stations. Result reveled that station 3 was more polluted than other stations. Also, for more confirm results the SPSS program was used to test the significant difference between the stations.

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Journal BS. Distribution of Some Heavy Metals in Tigris River middle of Iraq. BSJ [Internet]. 1Jun.2014 [cited 3Apr.2020];11(2):983-90. Available from: http://bsj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/BSJ/article/view/2720
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