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Construction of Plastic Water Filte
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.249-261  
Author(s)
A.A. Adekunle, MSc. and S. B. Adejuyigbe, Ph.D
KEYWORDS
Water, Filter, Fine Sand, Filtration,
ABSTRACT
Water is described as a universal solvent which is the most abundant and useful compound that nature has provided. Two main sources of water are: surface and underground water. Among the many essential elements for the existence of human beings, animal and plants, water is rated to be one of the most important elements for human living. Man can survive for days without food but not long enough without water
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