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Webinar -- Water Quality Sampling and Analysis
This webinar provides a review of water sampling methods and subsequent analysis for water operators, field sample technicians, and others. The presenter will be talking about equipment used, calibrating, cleaning, and maintaining instruments, common field measurements, sample collection and testing, and evaluating results. The presenter is Ernie Rector, Market Manager at the LaMotte Company in Chestertown, Maryland. Ernie began working as the Market Manager handling the Industrial, Water and Wastewater sections for the LaMotte Company in 2010. His previous experience was as a Water Operator and Laboratory Technician at a public drinking water utility for 25 years. He graduated from the Delaware Technical and Community College with an AAS in Chemistry Technology. Visit us at http://www.lamotte.com
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Episode 1 of The Lab Report: Water Contamination Analysis Using ICP-OES (US EPA Method 200.7)
On this episode of The Lab Report, we will discuss questions critical to enviromental testing laboratories, including: When water is contaminated, how is it tested? How does running waste water through an ICP-OES determine the contaminents? What are some solutions for maximizing your testing speed and efficiency without compromising results? Please visit this link to download our application note on US EPA Method 200.7. The Lab Report is your source for learning about scientific applications, discovers, and industry solutions from PerkinElmer. Get the complete application note here: http://bit.ly/1EFp3jx
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Hard Water Analysis - EDTA Titration for Calcium Content
A blank is run where 15 drops of 0.03 M MgCl2 is titrated with EDTA using Erichrome Black T indicator in a buffer 10 solution. Next a Calcium sample is titrated where 0.21 g of CaCO3 is dissolved in HCl and then excess HCl removed through boiling and then diluted to 500 mL with distilled water. The 15 drops of MgCl2 are used as well in this titration. 10 mL of the standard Ca solution is used. Last tap water is titrated where 15 drops of 0.03 M MgCl2 and 22.0 mL of tap water. Blank titration initial 3.4 mL final 8.62 Ca Sample titration initial 8.64 final 28.50 mL Tap water Initial 28.53 mL Final 48.60 mL
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Water Microbiology 1 | water testing and water analysis
Water Microbiology 1 | water testing and water analysis - this water microbiology lecture explains about water testing to identify bacterial contamination. Web- http://www.shomusbiology.com Get the video materials (powerpoint/ script) here- http://www.shomusbiology.com/bio-materials
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What is Water Hammer?
First 100 people to sign up will get $30 off their first Blue Apron order here: http://cook.ba/2hkRvlY. This video is sponsored by Blue Apron. Hydraulic transients (also known as water hammer) can seem innocuous in a residential setting, but these spikes in pressure can cause major damage to large pipelines and industrial pipe networks. In this video, we briefly discuss how water hammer occurs and how engineers mitigate the effect. -Patreon: http://patreon.com/PracticalEngineering -Website: http://practical.engineering Marxist Arrow by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBlLC8TUXP0 Tonic and Energy by Elexive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
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Bottled water pH level test
13 bottle test to see if drinking water is acidic or alkaline.
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Osmosis in Potato Strips - Bio Lab
Flipped learning lesson on this osmosis lab HERE: http://sciencesauceonline.com/bio/osmosis-lab/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sciencesauce_online/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/science_sauce/ Web: http://sciencesauceonline.com/ Osmosis is a special type of diffusion that applies to water and other solvents. If you take a litre of pure water, and compare it to a litre of sea water, which is very salty, there is less water present in sea water litre because some of that litre is occupied by salt. The saltwater has a lower water potential. If there is a partially permeable membrane, like a cell membrane, separating two different samples of water, there will be a net movement of water from the place with higher water potential to the place with lower water potential. This is the reason plant roots take in water: the rain water the enters the soil has a higher water potential than inside of the roots, so water moves into the roots by osmosis. We can demonstrate this in a lab setting using potatoes. First you’ll need a cork borer to get your potato strips. Push it through the potato, then use the narrower piece to push the strip out. For this experiment we need 18 strips. Once you’ve got as much as you need, tidy them up with a knife to remove the skins. All strips need to be the same length to begin with. He we’re cutting them all down to 6cm. Once they’re ready, get 6 beakers and put 3 tubes in each. This will give you three repeats for each solution. Next thing to do is make your solutions. Put a sheet of paper on the balance, hit “tare” to get starting point of zero, and add the salt until it reads “1g”. Once that’s in the beaker, you need 100 mL of water. Pour into the measuring cylinder keeping your eyes on level with “100mL” until it reaches the line. And then add that to your salt. Here we’ve just made a salt solution of “1 g per 100mL”. In this experiment we need six solutions: 0g per 100ml, which is just pure water, and 1 to 5 g/ 100mL in 1 g increments. Once the solutions are ready, pour them in to immerse the potato strips. Start the timer, and leave them for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes your have to measure all of the strips. Measure them as accurately as possible. To the nearest mm is good for this experiment. As you’re working with the potato strips you probably notice that the once immersed in more concentrated solutions are more soft, which the ones immersed in lower concentrations are much more turgid. Make a quick note of each value you measure as you’re going. To process the data you need a table of results with all concentrations listed, as well as the starting lengths of the strips. These all started at 6.0cm. In the next column put in the values your measured, and then calculate the percentage change for each individual strip. Notice the negative sign on some values, this tells us whether the strips increased or decreased in length. Next you can take an average of changes in length. These are the values that we need to put on a graph. The graph should show the average change in length against the salt concentration. And the results from this experiment show a nice downward curve. The lower salt concentrations result in an increase in length of the potato strip, meaning water has ENTERED the potato strips by osmosis. This means there is a higher water potential inside the solution compared with the potato. We have a hypotonic solution. At higher salt concentrations, however, we have a decrease in potato strip length. This tells us the water potential is higher inside of the potatoes, so water as left the potato strips by osmosis. We can say that the solutions are hypertonic to the potatoes. At the point the graph crosses zero, which is about 1.4 g/100mL salt, the solution is isotonic, meaning the water potential inside potato is equal to the solution, to at that point there is no net movement of water.
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ATI ICP OEP Water Analysis/Test
In this video Danny from Dans Reef takes a look at the ICP Water Analysis from ATI.
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How To Interpret A Water Analysis
Horticulture Specialist from our Grower Services team, Troy Buechel, explains how to interpret a Water analysis: pH, EC (Electrical Conductivity) Soluble Salts , Alkalinity (CaCO3).
Bacteriological analysis of water by multiple tube method
This video tutorial demonstrates bacteriological analysis of water by multiple tube method. It is divided into three stages: 1. Preparation of culture media, 2. collection of water specimen and 3. performance of presumptive coliform count and confirmed coliform count.
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Filtering Water Samples for eDNA Analysis
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Fish Biologist Matthew Shanks explains the environmental DNA (eDNA) process at EPA labs, Chicago, July 2011. USACE works with other agencies to aggressively monitor the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (CSSC) to determine the location and abundance of Asian carp in the area, using traditional and non-traditional methods, including eDNA analysis. Environmental DNA involves extracting genetic material from water samples to identify the presence of Asian carp DNA in an area. While the eDNA process provides indications of potential presence, it does not indicate whether the DNA is from a live fish nor does it provide information about Asian carp quantity, age, size, how they got there or how long they may have been there. For more information on eDNA, visit http://www.lrc.usace.army.mil/AsianCarp.
Adwa AD332 EC/TDS instrument for Water Analysis
Water Testing to analyze Water Quality ------------------------------------------------------- PH: Power "Potenz" of Hydrogen. ISE: Ion-Selective Electrodes. ORP: Oxidation Reduction Potential. EC: Electrical Conductivity. TDS: Total Dissolved Solids. SS: Solved Solids. DO: Dissolved Oxygen. TEMP: Temperature. COD: Chemical Oxygen Demand analysis by two different methods: 1- CODCr: the dichromate method. 2- TiO2/UV: photoelectrochemistry (the PeCOD™ method). Color, Turbidity, CL-, PO4, NH3,NO3 and etc. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adwa website: http://sh.st/oJtCR AD332 Page: http://sh.st/oJpID Adwa Tutorial Videos: http://sh.st/oJs2O TDS = keEC, The correlation factor ke varies between 0.4 and 1.0 (default value for AD332: 0.5) Salinity was based on chloride concentration: S = 1.80655*Cl -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The USA, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the World Health Organization (WHO) and most nations put maximum limitations on TDS allowed in drinking water from 500 to 1000 ppm. If you drink 1 liter of water a day, your body will have processed 25567 liter of water over a 70 year span. If the water is not totally pure, this 25567 liter will include (20 - 30) Pound of rock that the body cannot utilize. Most will be eliminated through excretory channels. But some of this will stay in the body, causing stiffness in the joints, hardening of the arteries, kidney stones, gall stones and blockages of arteries, microscopic capillaries and other passages in which liquids flow through our entire body. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://iogeophysicist.blogspot.com/2014/12/adwa-ad332-ectdstemp-portable-meter-for.html
Interpretation of Soil and Water Analysis | Interprétation des rapports d'analyse de sol et d'eau
Interpretation of Soil and Water Analysis | Interprétation des rapports d'analyse de sol et d'eau | In this video we’ll look at interpreting water, nutrient solution and substrate analysis reports. Interprétation des rapports d'analyse de sol et d'eau Dans cette vidéo, nous verrons comment interpréter les rapports d'analyse de l'eau, des solutions nutritives et des substrats. -- A descriptive transcript for this video is available by visiting the following link: http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/interpretation-of-soil-and-water.html Pour obtenir une transcription descriptive de cette vidéo, cliquer sur le lien suivant : http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/interpretation-des-rapports-d'analyse-de-sol-et-d'eau.html
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Drinking Water Analysis
Chemistry 231
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What is BACTERIOLOGICAL WATER ANALYSIS? What does BACTERIOLOGICAL WATER ANALYSIS mean? BACTERIOLOGICAL WATER ANALYSIS meaning - BACTERIOLOGICAL WATER ANALYSIS definition - BACTERIOLOGICAL WATER ANALYSIS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Bacteriological water analysis is a method of analysing water to estimate the numbers of bacteria present and, if needed, to find out what sort of bacteria they are. It represents one aspect of water quality. It is a microbiological analytical procedure which uses samples of water and from these samples determines the concentration of bacteria. It is then possible to draw inferences about the suitability of the water for use from these concentrations. This process is used, for example, to routinely confirm that water is safe for human consumption or that bathing and recreational waters are safe to use. The interpretation and the action trigger levels for different waters vary depending on the use made of the water. Whilst very stringent levels apply to drinking water, more relaxed levels apply to marine bathing waters, where much lower volumes of water are expected to be ingested by users. The common feature of all these routine screening procedures is that the primary analysis is for indicator organisms rather than the pathogens that might cause concern. Indicator organisms are bacteria such as non-specific coliforms, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa that are very commonly found in the human or animal gut and which, if detected, may suggest the presence of sewage. Indicator organisms are used because even when a person is infected with a more pathogenic bacteria, they will still be excreting many millions times more indicator organisms than pathogens. It is therefore reasonable to surmise that if indicator organism levels are low, then pathogen levels will be very much lower or absent. Judgements as to suitability of water for use are based on very extensive precedents and relate to the probability of any sample population of bacteria being able to be infective at a reasonable statistical level of confidence. Analysis is usually performed using culture, biochemical and sometimes optical methods. When indicator organisms levels exceed pre-set triggers, specific analysis for pathogens may then be undertaken and these can be quickly detected (where suspected) using specific culture methods or molecular biology. The most reliable methods are direct plate count method and membrane filtration method. mEndo Agar is used in the membrane filtration while VRBA Agar is used in the direct plate count method. VRBA stands for violet red bile agar. A media that contains bile salts which promotes the growth of gram negative and has inhibitory characteristic to gram positive although not complete inhibitory. These media contain lactose which is usually fermented by lactose fermenting bacteria producing colonies that can be identified and charcterised. lactose fermenting produce colored colonies while non lactose fermenting produce colorless ones. Because the analysis is always based on a very small sample taken from a very large volume of water, all methods rely on statistical principles. One of the oldest methods is called the multiple tube method. In this method a measured sub-sample (perhaps 10 ml) is diluted with 100 ml of sterile growth medium and an aliquot of 10 ml is then decanted into each of ten tubes. The remaining 10 ml is then diluted again and the process repeated. At the end of 5 dilutions this produces 50 tubes covering the dilution range of 1:10 through to 1:10000.....
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Precision Analysis Water Test Kit
Sample your water in five easy steps with Precision Analysis water test kit and within five business days or less you will receive a report that doesn't require a chemistry degree to understand.
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Demonstration of how to conduct a One-Way ANOVA by hand.
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Mercury Analysis in Water - How to Validate Your Results
http://mercuryanalyser.com/mercury-testing/mercury-analysis-in-water-cleaning-your-containers/ When measuring mercury at sub pg/g level, there is a strict quality control procedure you need to comply. You need to prepare at least 5 calibration standards, with the lowest standard being 0.5 pg/g or 1 pg/g depending on you are in America or Europe. The linearity of the calibration curve needs to be in a accepted range The intercept of the calibration curve needs to be less than half of the slope The recovery of the lowest standard need to be within certain range An 'on going standard' needs to be used for controlling the drift An 'independent standard' needs to be prepared by another person or from independent source to ensure the accuracy of the calibration standards The usage of reference material is highly recommended Random sample needs to be spiked in duplicate, the spike recoveries of these two sample need to be within certain range
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Water Test Kit - In Home Water Analysis
A water test kit can tell you if your family's drinking water is safe. This water analysis test kit checks for lead, pesticides, harmful bacteria and 7 other possible contaminants in your tap water. You do it all at home, nothing to send off to a water testing lab. Buy this on Amazon and support this channel: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Water-Test-Kit Official SIte: http://www.watertestingkits.com/ I think everyone should have a whole house filter. You can get the same water filter I use at: http://WaterFilterReport.com/Aquasana Please consider supporting this channel by using this link for all your Amazon shopping: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon You can get a free audio book and free 30 day trial of Audible here: http://www.audibletrial.com/Survival Here are some Non-US Amazon links that support this channel: Amazon Canada: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Canada Amazon UK: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-UK Amazon Italia: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Italia Amazon Germany: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Germany Amazon France: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-France Amazon Spain: https://Survivalonpurpose.com/Amazon-Spain Subscribe to this channel and get an update when new videos are posted: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SurvivalOnPurpose Twitter: https://twitter.com/SurvivalScouter Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SurvivalOnPurpose Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/survival_on_purpose/ Website: https://SurvivalOnPurpose.com Thanks for watching Survival On Purpose. Remember: Survival is Not an Accident! Be Prepared ************************************************************************ Survival On Purpose is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com
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ICP Analysis: Elemental Water Testing
This ICP will test your aquarium’s water for 33 elements down to the parts per million (ppm), or even parts per billion (ppb), surpassing the accuracy of any hobby level test kits. For more information, head over to http://www.coralvue.com/icp-water-analysis
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Water analysis in the lab
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IELTS Writing task 1: Pie chart lesson
Learn how to describe Pie Charts in IELTS to receive a band 9. In this lesson you'll see: - sample question - step-by-step guide to write a band 9 answer - useful vocabulary You can find a text version of this lesson (+ online exercise) here: http://ielts-up.com/writing/pie-chart.html
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Free Water Analysis
http://www.puriteam.com/pages/Free-Water-Analysis.html Get a free water analysis at PuriTeam.com. Have your a free water test conducted at no charge. Visit http://www.puriteam.com for more information or call 1-888-491-4100.
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ADEQ Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring
Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness is a 19,410 acre area located about 120 miles southeast of Phoenix, Arizona, in Graham and Pinal counties. It is one of twenty-seven stream sites ADEQ’s Assessment and Monitoring team is currently sampling . ADEQ gathers important information about the water quality conditions so any problems such as the presence of bacteria can be assessed. The goal is to effectively gather data on this stream and many others so Arizonans can use the water to recreate, irrigate and drink.
Comparative analysis of TOC and conductivity analysers as applied to pharmaceutical water analysis
Pharmaceutical grade water requires the measurement of bioburden, Total Organic Carbon and conductivity. Here we report a comparative analysis from two TOC analysers and two conductivity systems. The TOC analysers showed significantly different results. We could find no correlation between TOC levels and bioburden. This video accompanies a poster presented by the authors at the UK PharmSci conference in Nottingham UK, in September 2012. The poster can be found at the following link (https://pure.strath.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/comparative-analysis-of-toc-and-conductivity-analysers-as-applied-to-pharmaceutical-water-analysis%284d684e11-c0ce-473e-8e6c-deb0842458dc%29.html).
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Jonathan Beck - Analysis of Chemical Contaminants in Drinking Water - Two techniques to analyze ...
Watch on LabRoots at http://labroots.com/webinar/id/171 Transporting smaller volumes of a sample, injecting less matrix, examining lower limits of detection and staying ahead of government regulations are just some of the challenges facing Environmental scientists today. In this webinar, we highlight some of the latest sample preparation and LC-MS technologies for the analysis of pesticides and disinfection products in our drinking water. Two EPA methods will be discussed – EPA methods 543 and 557. Draft method EPA 543 includes using online pre-concentration/solid phase extraction and tandem mass spectrometry for the quantitation of organic pesticides in drinking water. This method highlights direct analysis of drinking water without pre-concentration using online extraction to increase sensitivity. Preliminary results using a high-sensitivity triple quadrupole mass spectrometer show detection limits ranging from 0.1 to 1.0 ng/L based on EPA LOD calculation criteria for a 1mL injection of drinking water. EPA 557 discusses the analysis of possible formation of haloacetic acid (HAAs) in municipal water during the disinfection process. Because of the health concerns regarding human consumption of HAAs, the US EPA has published Method 557 for the quantitation of HAAs using Ion Chromatography coupled to Tandem Mass Spectrometry (IC-MS/MS). Previous techniques for the analysis of HAAs included derivitization of the HAAs and analysis by GC-MS. The IC-MS/MS method bypasses derivitization of the HAAs and allows for direct analysis of the drinking water samples without tedious and time consuming sample preparation. Who should attend: Environmental researchers including: - Academic researchers - Water treatment professionals - Ecological scientists - Public health researchers Key learning objectives: - Advantages of online SPE for detection of low concentration compounds - Learn how Ion Chromatography offers excellent separations and selectivity for HAAs - Learn how MS/MS offers specificity and sensitivity over single quadrupole methods
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Project Proposal Writing: How To Write A Winning Project Proposal
Project proposal writing. Learn how to write a project proposal that gets your project funded. Try our award-winning PM software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProjectProposalWritingHowToWriteAWinningProjectProposal Struggling to write a proposal that "sells" your project? Can't work out why your brilliantly written and formatted proposals fail to engage the decision-makers that count? Watch as ProjectManager.com Director Devin Deen shares his winning project proposal writing tips with you in this short but compelling project management video on "how to write winning project proposals." Click the link below to claim your free 30-day trial of ProjectManager.com https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProjectProposalWritingHowToWriteAWinningProjectProposal Subscribe to our YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/projectmanagervideos New to project management? Watch Project Management For Beginners right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RT66tw1cKCA
Lake Data Statistical Analysis Report Part II - Dr. Lorin Hatch
Dr. Lorin K. Hatch, Senior Water Quality Specialist of HDR Engineering, Inc, presents information on his statistical analysis on lakes within the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District. Learn more at http://minnehahacreek.org/project/lake-data-statistical-analysis The video shows Dr. Hatch presenting to a group of attendees in the MCWD Board Room, with accompanying data slides. Link to video transcript: http://www.minnehahacreek.org/lake-data-statistical-analysis-report-part-ii-dr-lorin-hatch-video-transcript.
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What is Performance Analysis? - Water Polo
Tamara Kefford explains the important role of performance analysis in water polo.
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IFAT 2018 | Women in Water Management (Report)
IFAT Report - Women in Water Management   Sylvia Bommes, Host: “IFAT is the world's leading trade fair for environmental technologies. This year it's not just about the shortage of skilled workers, it also wants to attract more women to water management professions, because there are far too few of them in the industry.  At the heart of IFAT is the future platform ”experience.science.future”, where, for example, universities are also presenting their current research projects - and Lotta is with the University of Duisburg-Essen. So why are you here at the trade fair?   Lotta Hohrenk, PhD student Water Analysis: "I’m here as a PhD student with the research college ”FUTURE WATER” in order to conduct interdisciplinary research into water with various doctoral candidates.”   Sylvia Bommes: "I imagine that water management is more of a men's thing, where you sort of have to join in. As a woman, what made you do this subject?”   Lotta Hohrenk: "I first studied environmental sciences and then water analysis - and I realized it was simply my thing, and I’m really happy about it.”   Sylvia Bommes: "Do you have any recommendations for women then? Why is the program so great?”   Lotta Hohrenk: "Well, anyone who loves practical work, is happy to be in the lab, and is also interested in the natural sciences, will certainly find the courses fascinating.”   Sylvia Bommes: "Okay - good luck for the future! Thanks. If you’re wondering what I’m doing here: I’m trying to climb down a shaft, because there might be a person down there who… uh, oh God... who needs to be rescued. This area at IFAT is where the trainees in wastewater technology put their talents to the test, and it also involves doing this – so down I go. Ciao!  Right, now I have to sit him up straight. Oh dear, he must have had a huge lunch. Goodness me! … oof… Okay guys, pull him up.  He's saved, I just saved someone!   Sylvia Bommes: "I climbed down the manhole just now, and that was really tough work. And for you I guess it’s an everyday thing - right?   Sophia Nerrether, Trainee, Wastewater Technology: "No, luckily not, it's just that we always practice that, in training. We do it once a year – that’s when we’re taught all the theory and the practice, and then we do it again ourselves – we climb down. Actually, the work ought to be safe, and rescue operations like this one should be the exception.”   Sylvia Bommes: "And what do you think? Are more and more women entering the profession?”   Sophia Nerrether: "Since there’s the equality law, and we’re subject to it, people are looking to get more women excited about these jobs, especially because they can now be done – we have technology that is constantly improving, and it takes a lot of weight off you, and that’s why a lot of things have suddenly become options for women too.”   Sylvia Bommes: "What's fun about it? What’s the great thing?“   Denise Hahn, Apprentice Wastewater Technology: "Just all the technology behind the wastewater treatment. You know: how the wastewater gets cleaned, and in which process steps, and how can it all be optimized? That's all very interesting.”   Sylvia Bommes: "Well, enjoy the rest of your training! And all the best!”   Sophia / Denise: "Thank you very much.”    Sylvia Bommes: "Michaela Jilg is a master of wastewater, and here in the Future Forum “Waste-Water-Women”, she’s making a strong case for women in the water industry.   Michaela Jilg, Master of Wastewater: "I run a wastewater treatment plant in Schwabach, which has a population of 95,000. I have 14 people under me. In water management it would be great if there were more women with responsible jobs. You always notice that a woman gives a “man’s world” a completely different feel to it. You notice it in seminars and forums - when a woman participates, the men behave very differently. It’s a very different climate, far better, and the men say so themselves actually. So it's very important that women have better access. And sometimes we have different points of view. It’s the mixture that does it!”   Sylvia Bommes: "Women in the water industry – we’ve seen that things are starting to really happen. More and more women are interested in these exciting job profiles – so, let’s wait and see what the future brings!”
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Corn Stalk Lab Analysis - Sample Preparation -  Part 2
Steps taken after corn stalk samples are received from the On-Farm Network® - Part 2
Global Bottled Water Testing Equipment Market Analysis, Size, Growth rate and Forecast by 2022
Browse a [email protected]://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/bottled-water-testing-equipment-global-market-outlook-2016-2022 According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Bottled Water Testing Equipment market is expected to grow from $5.23 billion in 2015 to reach $8.24 billion by 2022 with a CAGR of 6.7%.
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Water analysis by Metrohm ion chromatography at Iproma in Castellón, Spain
Iproma, a large contract lab near Valencia (Spain) relies on Metrohm ion chromatography systems for analysis of standard anions in all kinds of waters.
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Chi-squared Test
Paul Andersen shows you how to calculate the ch-squared value to test your null hypothesis. He explains the importance of the critical value and defines the degrees of freedom. He also leaves you with a problem related to the animal behavior lab. This analysis is required in the AP Biology classroom. Intro Music Atribution Title: I4dsong_loop_main.wav Artist: CosmicD Link to sound: http://www.freesound.org/people/CosmicD/sounds/72556/ Creative Commons Atribution License
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CHEMetric Water-Quality Test example at Chesapeake Bay
CHEMetric Water-Quality Test example at Chesapeake Bay
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Wales' clean bathing waters - sampling bathing water quality
A video to show how we sample bathing water quality in Wales and the 2014 results.
ICP-MS in food and water routine laboratory analysis
Users explaining ICP-MS in their laboratory for public health, food and water analysis. High throughput - 20,000 samples a year.
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Dragonfly Mercury Project-preparing to sample with citizen scientists
This video supports The Sampling guide for the collection of dragonfly larvae, water and sediment samples from National Parks for mercury analysis. The preparing for sampling video is split a timeline of what to do three to six months, two weeks to two months, and two weeks to the day of field sampling with citizen scientists.
A new project project has been taken up by our Chemistry subject. This is just a simple demonstration of the analysis of water such as the boiling/freezing point of distilled and tap water. It also includes the Hardness process, (electrical) Conductivity, and Turbidity of water. Some of the visual effects are taken from youtube videos (such as the metal doors) and one of the techno music used for the intro is Draft Punk's "Derezzed" from Tron: Legacy.
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Dr Jivani's analysis on Water Borne Disease | Samaa Tv | 4 Nov 2017
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Strategic Water – Bringing advanced data analysis and machine learning to the water sector
Introducing Strategic Water, a software company for water technology providers that merges cutting-edge data science with water treatment technologies, in order to optimize performance and increase sales. Our mission is to bring advanced data analysis and machine learning solutions to the water sector, optimizing facilities, lowering costs and driving investments into new markets across the globe. For more information, visit our website or get in touch via the following media channels Website: https://www.strategicwater.be E-mail: [email protected] Twitter: https://twitter.com/strategicwater LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/strategic-water
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Onsite Water Analysis in Hydraulic Fracturing
Learn how monitoring water quality in real-time can help you avoid issues that can lead to costly delays or even a compromised well.
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Vinegar Titration
Titration of 5% Vinegar and 0.1M Sodium Hydroxide.
TRU Chemistry Lab: First Year Experiment - Analysis of Mineral Water
This TRU Chemistry video goes over the pre-lab material for the Analysis of Mineral water experiment.
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Global Water Treatment Products Market Analysis to 2021 and Forecasts
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