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Physico-Chemical Classification of Soil through fatawa Razvia: A Chemical Approach

Kanzuliman Research Publication

Authored by ER. KASHIF RAZA
ER. FARHAN KHAN
AffiliationIntegral University, Lucknow
Article InfoReceived: 29 October 18
Revised: 01 November 18
Accepted: 02 November 18
Edited bySabreen taj Razviya
KeywordsElectrical Conductivity(EC), Soil Samples, pH, Short Tendom Repeat (STR), Dry Ablution, Fatawa Razavia, Clerics
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DOI10.7910/DVN/IIVS3P

Abstract

The environment ecosystem was natural & fresh, but due to various flatters of human, it becomes sully which results the environmental pollution. In this research article a study is presented to enquire various samples of soil collected from nearby areas for its biological, physical & chemical analysis under some specified parameters. For which total 130 samples of harmful materials are obtained. The numerical value of this result is identical as described by Aalahazrat in fatawa Razvia during explanation of Islamic issue. We have examined the impurities, just based its effect on skin during wudu/abolition. As per Chemical & biological Testing/observation in our practical is gone through the physical as well as chemical i.e. Physio-Chemical study. Under this the different things like Total Organic Carbon, Electrical Conductivity, alkalinity content, pH, chloride, sulphate, sodium, potassium, etc are observed. It is well known in this type of study that the analysis of soil sample is the earliest stage of research. On doing this research all the bacteria and chemical impurities present in the soil found in Shahjahanpur or the surrounding areas, it was found that the number of total types impure soil as per the classification of the aforesaid fatwa is exactly matches to the number of bacterial and chemical impurities present in the soil here in given soil samples have been used here for this analysis. This study will also help farmers to economically improve their production and also to fix problems related to the soil pollution.

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