Variations of bromide in potable ground water in the United States.

@article{Davis2004VariationsOB,
  title={Variations of bromide in potable ground water in the United States.},
  author={Stanley N. Davis and June T Fabryka-Martin and Laura E. Wolfsberg},
  journal={Ground water},
  year={2004},
  volume={42 6-7},
  pages={902-9}
}
Concentrations of bromide in potable ground water that has <10 mg/L chloride range from 0.0032 to 0.058 mg/L with a median value of 0.016 mg/L. The chloride/bromide mass ratio for the same water ranges from 43 to 285 with a median value of 101. The ratios, which resulted from screening approximately 165 analyses of water from 32 locations in 24 states in the United States, show a distinct geographic variation with highest values near the coast and trending toward a value of approximately 50 in… CONTINUE READING