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A Study of Carcinogenic Components Removal in Chemical Industry
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R.Uma Mythili,K.Kanthavel,R.Krishna Raj
Environmental Production Agency, Hexavalent chromium, Scrubber, Trivalent chromium
The chemical industries are involving with various surfaces coating process which develops pollutions like Carcinogenic components.In industry and environment inhalation of high doses have the potential to induce lung tumors in human and animals.The process of Carcinogenic components removal is a major real time problem in environmental toxicology in chemical processing industry.The standard analysis method determines and calculates the constituent of hexavalent chromium and trivalent chromium compounds in carcinogenic fumes.The research identifies that the presence of Carcinogenic components leads to the low generations of gastric juice,epithelial lining fluids to the human beings and animals.The segregation and analysis of Carcinogenic components was attracted several researcher for the past three decades.This paper discusses with Biological,Chemical and Mechanical analysismethods of identifying Carcinogenic components present in the effluent of the chemical industry in the form of sludge.
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