Sources and impacts of suspended solids, Chemistry

1.  Discuss how you would go about collecting data for an analysis of the water budget of a region.

2.  Discuss the sources and impacts of suspended solids.

3. The reaction of soda ash (Na2CO3) with calcium sulfate in water is represented by the following chemical reaction: Na2CO3 + CaSO4>>> CaCO3 + Na2SO4. Assuming that this reaction is complete and that there is 153 mg/l of CaSO4initially present, what is the mass of soda ash that must be added to 1 liter of the water?

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