By Azoulay E., Avignant Jean
Azoulay E., Avignant J. Mathematiques four. Algebre (MGH, 1984)(fr)(ISBN 2704210896)
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Few other recent books (Guha Mazumder 2012; Das 2012; and Das and Roy 2015) further document scientiﬁc ﬁndings on the link between arsenic water and food chain. However, the safe level of arsenic intake through food is yet to be ascertained by competent authorities. There is no way to prove, beyond doubt, that the arsenic intake via food affects human health in the same way as it does through water. However, in case of food materials there is a deﬁnite saving grace. Nature in her curious ways has made sure that the least amount of arsenic ﬁnds its way into the food chain.
Of affected municipalities 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 (2006) 34 56 61 65 67 75 75 79 78 388 1302 1312 1550 2065 2579 3235 149 757 3049 3067 3365 4244 4973 6623 3 9 9 9 11 11 11 11 Table 3 Progressive spread of arsenic contamination of groundwater in West Bengal (study conducted by SOES, JU) Year Number of affected districts 1995 6 1998 8 June, 2002 9 December 2005 12 Source SOES (JU) Report (various years) Number of affected blocks Number of affected villages 37 61 81 111 405 863 3200 3417 There have been several efforts to put ﬁgures to this misery.
The colour may at times be obscured by the formation of algae etc. but is easily visible by scrubbing off the top muck. The black coloured platforms indicate a signiﬁcant presence of manganese in the water. If you test the water from such wells, you will ﬁnd that they usually contain insigniﬁcant amount of arsenic. On the other hand, the wells with red platforms indicate danger. These wells produce water that has severe arsenic content and are considerably above the permissible limit. The red coloration of the platforms can be assumed as a sure indicator that such tube-wells must be avoided, at any cost”.
Algèbre: cours et exercices by Azoulay E., Avignant Jean