METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES OF BOTTLED MINERAL WATER RESEARCH


  • O. E. Vasyukov
  • V. M. Loboichenko
  • V. V. Sabadash
Keywords: drinking water identification examination, conductometric method, identification coefficient, identification criteria

Abstract

The paper suggests a new indicator of natural water quality a coefficient of identification as a slope of the relationship inverse electrical conductivity from degree of research water dilution by distilled water to establish the fact that bottled drinking and mineral waters do not comply with normative requirements. An example is given for the identification of tap water among 10 trademarks of bottled drinking water.


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Published
2016-11-30
How to Cite
Vasyukov, O. E., Loboichenko, V. M., & Sabadash, V. V. (2016). METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES OF BOTTLED MINERAL WATER RESEARCH. Theory and Practice of Forensic Science and Criminalistics, 16, 245-251. https://doi.org/10.32353/khrife.2016.32
Section
FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF MATERIALS, SUBSTANCES AND PRODUCTS: METHODICAL APPROACHE