Sanitary Biology and Chemistry I - ENV 211

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ENV 211 - Sanitary Biology and Chemistry I
Teaches theory and laboratory technique for control tests of water purification including bacteriology, color, turbidity, pH, alkalinity, hardness, coagulations, chlorides, fluorides, iron, manganese, detergents, bactericides, and nitrates. Includes in-plant studies at nearby plants. Studies theory and laboratory techniques for the determination of solids, dissolved oxygen, oxygen consumed, relative stability, bacteria, bio-chemical oxygen demand, organic nitrogen, volatile acids, toxic metals. Part I of II.
Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 3 hours. Total 5 hours per week.
3 credits