Water may contain the suspended impurities such as clay,mud,algae,industrial waste,organic matter etc. These remain suspeded in water.they produce turbidity,colour and odour and may cause diseses
Floating matter in water known as suspended impurities Salts , minerals, aquatic matter etc. They impart colour, turbidity & taste to water.
A mixture containing water and insoluble impurities suspended.
Suspended impurities can originate from humans, animals and plants etc. But some of the suspended impurities can be inherent to the water and can originate from the source as well as it can get into the water body anywhere in its course.Suspended impurities can make the water hazy and impure.Some of the suspended impurities like sand, mud and clay tend to pollute the water. Most of these settle down over time but some may remain suspended and can only be removed after they have been filtered. However filtering, by itself does not result in usable water and for that purpose one has to use other methods of purification.Microorganisms are perhaps the most important and deadly impurities present in water. Living organisms like algae, bacteria, protozoa and several kinds of virus like rhino-virus, echo-virus etc. can present a variety of diseases that can even be transmitted by water and are therefore called water borne diseases. use other methods of purification.
1. Suspended solids 2. Colloidal solids (nonsettleable solids) - Do not dissolve in water
Sedimentation is a process in which insoluble particles can be removed from water or any other liquid item.when the impurities in the liquid is stirred and left for a while the impurities in the liquid will gradually settle down at the bottom of the container.This is a process of the settling down of the suspended impurities.
Because sea water contain many salts (especially NaCl) and other impurities, dissolved or suspended.
Ammonia does not have impurities in it
A river gets cleaned by the process similar to wwtp.In the middle coarse of the river it's speed is slow hence all the suspended impurities setttle at the bottom and the water that reaches the sea is clean.
Any water that freezes is ice. Ice can be clear, murky, or opaque depending on what impurities are in the water before it freezes. The temperature at which water freezes may vary depending on what dissolved or suspended matter it contains,
These are impurities as organic compounds in different materials.
it might decrease or increase depends on the impurities added.:D