Contaminated Water Lab

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Table A: Experiment A - Effect of Contaminated Water

1. Tap Water (100ml) 100 ml of liquid with a texture of easy movable, no debris, without sound, odorless, and clear in content that’s noted by the observations (Tap H2O).

2. Tap Water (100ml) & Vegetable Oil (10ml) 110 ml of thick liquid easy movable texture, without sound, slight foul smell, tinted yellow, and no debris in content. However, content separates and remains indissoluble with a thick layer of 10 ml at the surface that’s noted by the observations (Tap H2O & Vegetable Oil).

3. Tap Water (100ml) & Vinegar (10ml) 110 ml of liquid with little difficult on mobility of texture, without sound, very strong foul odor, clear, and no debris in content.
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Water is easy movable, clear, and odorless. In beaker 1 of table A and 5 of table A the observation of tap water is noted. The beaker 1 of table A has 100 ml of movable, no debris, no sound, odorless, clear content liquid. No add contaminants. The filtration of only tap water is observed in beaker 5 of table A. 75% of the liquid drainage out within the first 20 seconds of a minute. The tap water’s color and smell is altered. The color is medium black tint sedimentation of material with the tap water. No standing liquid on the surface. The smell was a mineral scent from the soil. The first contaminate is vegetable oil. Vegetable oil is observed to have a tinted yellow color, slight foul odor, and unsolvable texture. Beaker 2 in table A contains 10 ml of vegetable oil. It results in a 110 ml of thick liquid easy movable texture, without sound, slight foul smell, tinted yellow, and no debris in content. However, content separates and remains indissoluble with a thick layer of 10 ml at the surface that’s noted through observations (Tap H2O & Vegetable Oil). Beaker 2 was filtered into beaker 6 of table A resulting in a 110 ml of thick movable texture liquid, without sound, slight foul smell, tinted yellow, and no debris in content. However, content separates and remains indissoluble with a …show more content…
However, Based on the observation to the contaminated water verse treated water in comparison to the appearance of color, smell, texture, content, and movement. I noted that the treated water has some important chemicals and minerals removed. The observation to contaminated water is dark black, strong mineral smell, thick unmovable debris in content of undissolved liquid. The observation to the treated water is clear, odorless, moves freely, little sediments in content of liquid. The weight is affected in both contaminated and treated water from the material left in the water.

Experiment C Results – Drinking Water

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