Physicochemical parameters of ground water in Nalgonda District of Telangana (erstwhile a part of Andhra Pradesh), India were measured and analysed by statistical investigation. Activated carbons were prepared from bio-waste materials viz., Citrous nobilis, Bombax malabaricum, Pithacelobium dulce and Citrous limon sheaths (CNC, BMC, PDLC and CLC respectively) and were utilized as adsorbents for defluordization of the collected water samples, which were found to be satisfactory.
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