Convert the water quality data below to make a diagram allowing you to quantify the 4 categories of hardness for the water, all in mg/L as CaCO3. Also use units of mg/L as CaCO3 to determine the amount of CaCO3 formed, then convert it to meq/L and mg/L. Finally, if the influent flow rate is 17 MGD, determine how many pounds per day of CaCO3 are produced. Attach all work and fill in the blanks too*.
Mg2+ = 17 mg/L
Ca2+ = 63 mg/L
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HCO3- alkalinity = 80 mg/L as CaCO3
CaCH = _____________ mg/L as CaCO3
MgCH = _____________ mg/L as CaCO3
CaNCH = ____________ mg/L as CaCO3
MgNCH=____________ mg/L as CaCO3
CaCO3 = ___________ mg/L as CaCO3
CaCO3 = ___________ (meq/L)
CaCO3 = ___________ (mg/L)
CaCO3 = ____________ (lbs/day)
ignore excess lime dissolved CO2
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