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PM10 Bound Heavy Metals in Ambient Air Atmosphere around Mandideep Industrial Area, Madhya Pradesh, India

Author: 
Reeta Kori, Alok Saxena, Harish Wankhade, Asad Baig, Ankita Kulshreshtha, Saket Mishra and Smriti Sen
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

The release of toxic, harmful metals in to ambient air by natural forces, man and other animal has become a great threat to ambient environment of developing countries, which increasing in positive correlation to urbanization and industrialization. Heavy metals in ambient air mostly associated with the particulate matter. This study reveals PM10 bound heavy metals in ambient air atmosphere around Mandideep industrial area, Madhya Pradesh, India. The study of PM10 bound heavy metals i.e. Chromium (Cr), Manganese (Mn), Copper (Cu), Zinc (Zn), Cobalt (Co), Cadmium (Cd), Iron (Fe), Lead (Pb), Nickel (Ni) and Arsenic (As) has been done. Among of all heavy metals mainly there metals i.e. Pb, Ni, Pb were reported as pollutants in National Ambient Air Quality Standards 2009. Lead (Pb) was found within standard limit (0.5 µg/m3) at all monitoring locations, Nickel (Ni) was found exceeded at monitoring location A8 (101 ng/m3) but within standard limit (20 µg/m3) at all other monitoring locations and Arsenic (As) was found within standard limit (6 µg/m3) as per National Ambient Air Quality Standards 2009 at all monitoring locations around Mandideep.

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