manganese

All High School Operation Water Drop Lessons in One PDF Document

All High School Operation Water Drop Lessons in One PDF Document

To allow students to run tests on five different sources of water. Students are expected to collect three samples of water: Urban and Rural (includes Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities) treated waters, and a Raw Source Water. 

High School Operation Water Drop Data Sheet

High School Operation Water Drop Data Sheet

Students enter their test results for the five water samples. Students enter their results for alkalinity, ammonia, arsenic, colour analysis, copper, iron, manganese, nitrate, pH, sulphate, total chlorine and total hardness.

Colour Analysis for High School Operation Water Drop

Colour Analysis for High School Operation Water Drop

The Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines has an aesthetic objective of 15 TCU (True Colour Units) for drinking water; you will see and compare the different water sources. The 15 TCU (True Colour Units) is the concentration of the Canadian Guideline sample.

Manganese Analysis for High School Operation Water Drop

Manganese Analysis for High School Operation Water Drop

Most countries, including Canada, have set an aesthetic rather than a health guideline for manganese. The reason for this is that levels above the guideline can stain porcelain and laundry, drinks such as coffee and tea can become cloudy and taste funny. High manganese levels can also cause diarrhea.

Operation Water Drop Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Operation Water Drop Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

SDS sheets for chemicals in Operation Water Drop kits. Includes SDS sheets for acetic acid, glacial; ammonia standard 1000 ppm; arsenic standard; arsenic reagents and testing pad; barium chloride dihydrate; copper standard 1000 ppm; iron ferro reagent; iron standard 1000 ppm; magnesium chloride hexahydrate; manganese 1000 ppm; methyl purple indicator; pH 7 buffer solution; potassium nitrate; sodium acetate trihydrate; sodium sulfate anhydrous; and sulfuric acid.