URANIUM CONCENTRATION AND HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENTS IN GROUNDWATER SAMPLES TAKEN DIFFERENT LOCATION OF KORBA DISTRICT, CHHATTISGARH, INDIAK.K. Kashyap and M. K. Ghosh
In this research we report comprehensive data from the Korba district of Chhattisgarh that has been obtained and examined. The plurality of the reports discussed uranium concentration testing in groundwater samples. Fission-track technique, ICPMS, laser fluorimetry and LED fluorimetry were used to collect the majority of the data reported. Uranium concentration in groundwater samples collected from various sites of my research region was investigated using an LED Fluorimeter. During the month of May 2021, uranium concentrations range from 0.031 Î¼g/l to 140.10 Î¼g/l. The concentration of uranium in 30 samples of groundwater in the Korba district of Chhattisgarh, as well as the corresponding ADD, excess lifetime cancer risk, and HQ, were determined. Uranium concentrations in 33.33% of the samples were found to be greater than the WHO and USEPA-established Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) of 30 Î¼g/l. Katghora1 has an HQ value of 2.52, suggesting a high risk of chemical toxicity.